Photo by Alexey Savchenko

PlayStation Gamers – No Limits

Some days I can sleep like an absolute log. Today? Not so much. With a full cup of coffee I decided to sit down and explore a few of the projects our members are involved with. One member, JohnWickHitman, has a few interesting things I’d like to write about. And I do have that full cup of joe, so why the heck not?

JohnWickHitman of “PlayStation Gamers – No Limits” runs a community board at http://playstationgamers.jcink.net/. The forums, well organized and with good flow, offers members a series of sections like gaming chat, community created guides, and even an “Artist Corner” to share your own creations. The meat of the site is its news section, which the owner has been populating by hand with interesting articles relevant to the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. If you’re the type of person who like to follow this type of news and discuss it then I recommend signing up for yourself. The forum is extremely young, and appears to have been started late last year. All that’s stopping this place from flourishing is a few dedicated members. Check it out for yourself!

When he’s not tinkering around on his website JohnWickHitman is busy streaming. While I was finishing that cup of coffee from earlier I popped into his Twitch stream over at https://www.twitch.tv/johnwickhitman. I’m generally not a fan of watching others play games (especially when I could play them myself). But this was a good time. I watched as the boys made their way through floors at something called “The Summit”, an area of Tom Clancy’s The Division 2. I personally haven’t had the pleasure of playing this title, so while I couldn’t follow precisely what was happening it was still entertaining to watch the crew push their way through each floor while providing cover fire, reviving each other as necessary, and generally just wiping out the enemies in each section. Commentary was fairly light (thankfully), and everyone who had a mic was easy to listen to. Nothing kills a stream like an annoying voice or person, but there was none of that here. Here’s the schedule of streams (subject to change) if you want to check them out:

  • Monday: 6 AM to 10 AM
  • Tuesday: 6 AM to 10 AM
  • Wednesday: 6 AM to 10 AM
  • Thursday: 6 AM to 10 AM
  • Friday: On & Off All Day
  • Saturday: On & Off All Day
  • Sunday: 6:30 AM – 8 AM

I’ll be checking out the channel and supporting it when I can, so hopefully I’ll see you around chat. Until then!

Photo credit to Alexey Savchenko @ https://unsplash.com/@alexxsvch

2 comments

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    Ken Koerperich Says :

    March 8, 2021 at 4:41 pm

    Thanks Ryan!

    Great Read!!

    Ryan

    Ryan Says :

    March 13, 2021 at 2:37 pm

    Thanks for reading! The blog isn’t quite live yet, but I wanted some content up before pushing the link around, and this was a fun thing to write about. 🙂

    Win win!

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