Good evening, Shacknews, it's nighttime, which means it's time for Evening Reading. Let's officially close out our day of posting. Please take a look.
- Year of the Games: 2021
- Shacknews Top 10 Games of the Year 2021
- Shacknews Game of the Year 2021 - Deathloop
- Shacknews Top 10 Indie Games of the Year 2021
- Shacknews Hall of Fame
- Unraveling the mystery behind Diablo's multiple release dates
- GameStop (GME) NFT marketplace website updated with creator application form
Your daily dose of sudoku
It's a new year, which means a whole lot more sudokus to solve!
Dunkey has some thoughts on video game acting
There is certainly a gulf when it comes to the quality of acting in games.
Investigating a Halo mystery
There are some Halo Infinite story spoilers, so don't go watching unless you've completed the campaign! Or, if you don't care.
Check out Rodney's incredible skills
If Anxiety was a piano song it would sound like this. 🎹 pic.twitter.com/8xTXqSeny5
— Rodney Conyers, Jr (@rodneyconyersjr)
My man's got talent.
It's that time of the year again
— 80s News Screens (@80snewsscreens)
Time to put on your boots because it's work o' clock!
Oh, I love this song
I love it when Phil Collins trends because I get to post this gem:
(Volume up) pic.twitter.com/vXsjPRxtDM
— Kaj-Erik Eriksen®️ (@KajEriksen)
The kid goes out of its way to smack into some bins.
Is this what you looked like over the Christmas break?
— Things I wanted to say but never did (@thingsiwantlol)
I hope you got plenty of rest.
King of the Hill screens
— King of the Hill Screens (@kothscreens)
In this episode, Bobby keeps a queen ant in his room and winds up doing its bidding.
Seinfeld, but it's set today
Seinfeld Today: Elaine spends six hours in a testing line, Jerry finds his new girlfriend less attractive with a mask off, George attends an anti-vax rally so he can get "super-immunity," and Kramer hoards rapid tests.
— Andy Zou (@YoAndyZou)
It's probably the perfect time for another Seinfeld-like TV show.
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Here is a photo of Rad to brighten your night and welcome you into a new year full of good things!
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