It’s the end of another week and we want you to start the weekend, so we’ve got a bunch of cool, funny, and honestly entertaining stories from around the video game world for you . Good News is all about lifting the spirit and putting a little spring in your step, so give the episode a watch and hopefully it will leave a warm and fuzzy feeling.
The breakout star of this week’s selection story is a streamer passing brohx_. He usually spends his time broadcasting himself producing intricate wooden drawings, but the kid is also a big fan of video games. He loves to play World of Warcraft and, because of his modest laptop, often adheres to the classic version, which is less demanding on hardware. However, brohx_ came to the spotlight when a video of him telling people not to subscribe to him ̵1; and even trying to figure out if he could return subs – was broken and spread. It’s great and her desire to make sure people take advantage of the free entertainment she provides is incredibly sweet.
The best part of the story is another Twitch streamer dedicated to one of their broadcasts to raise money to be used to get brohx_ a PC to play many games. Of course, the humble child protests, but the community is too set on showing him some love. What a wonderful story. Also, he likes My Hero Academia – what a nice guy.
Another amazing gaming story came from Hamako Mori, better known as the Gamer Granny. The older gamer runs his own YouTube channel and tells the world about the benefits of gaming, especially for older generations. He’s definitely on GTA 5 – good on him!
Zooming can be pretty dull when you get non-stop meetings, so some people have taken to using video games for their virtual response work. One of the games that seems to provide a somewhat fantastic alternative to the silent video windows of most conference services is Red Dead Redemption 2. Who doesn’t want to meet around a raging that fire?
Tony Hawk is there too. And by “this” we mean a nice dude. A young fan randomly asked a mailman to deliver his skateboard to Tony Hawk, and through the power of the internet, the legendary skater not only saw a video about the boy, but sent him the Hawk skateboard using art in time. Would love to see it!