Saturday, February 4, 2017

How to turn off Xbox DVR through the Registry Editor

How to turn off Xbox DVR through the Registry Editor

If you do not have an Xbox account and are not signed into the Xbox App you can disable Xbox DVR by using the Registry Editor.
Note: This process is more advanced and is not recommended for novice users.
  1. Open Registry Editor (Run > regedit)
  2. Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\System\GameConfigStore
  3. Set the value of DWORD "GameDVR_Enabled" to 0
  4. Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\
  5. Create key "GameDVR".
  6. Create DWORD 32bit called "AllowGameDVR" and set to 0
  7. Restart your computer.

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

OVERWATCH · Sombra Abilities (SFM Animation)

Sup Players! In this animation you have Sombra exploiting Roadhogs weakness after hacking him xD

This is a Overwatch Parody and intended to be Comedy

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

OVERWATCH · D.Va's Halloween Costume (SFM Animation)

What's up Players? In this video you have Mercy and Tracer delivering costumes to Hana on Halloween but D.Va uses her gaming skills to construct her own outfit.

This is my first SFM movie I've made in the realm of Overwatch. It was created on Halloween day 2016. Hope you enjoy.

Saturday, October 22, 2016

OVERWATCH · 24 Halloween Loot Boxes

What's up Players! In this video I am unboxing 24 Overwatch Halloween
Event Loot Boxes. They will contain at least one item from our Halloween
2016 collection—including profile icons, sprays, victory poses, emotes,
highlight intros, skins, and more!

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Overwatch: Junkenstein's Revenge Hard Mode Guide

Sup players!

This is a tactic I used to complete the PvE Brawl: Junkenstein's Revenge on specifically hard mode. Much of this information you should have already learned in the lower difficulties and in many cases mastered with your group before attempting in hard mode.

I can’t really emphasize this anymore than just flat out saying "Find players suited for these roles." This might be considered just a game to you but honestly forcing some random player to fulfill a precision role can be very rage inducing. Maybe invite them to the party, you know It’s very plausible to just simply look at a player’s profile and see how many hours they’ve played on a character including current skill rating. But more often times than not, the best player for the group is someone who is dedicated and won’t drop out.

I’d say the biggest mistake that can occur is when a teammate gets tilted and over extends another heroes limitation. I highly suggest learning each hero’s skill sets, so there is no argument over cooldowns. You can simply acquire this knowledge by completing the brawl with each hero on lower difficulties, which is actually pretty fun.

Alright so without wasting much more of your time, I will go ahead and give you the positioning for each hero and if you consider this to be adequate then by all means continue.


  • McCree – Top Left Stairs
  • Solider: 76 – Middle Bridge
  • Hanzo – Right Stack
  • Ana – Top Left Corner

McCree plays top left and recedes back onto the stairs to dodge any projectiles. His main objective is to be the highest damage dealer on the map and land headshots on everything. Everyone knows that McCree’s Deadeye under the influence of a Nano Boost takes out bosses.

Solider: 76 plays the middle Bridge and pushes to retain that location. His main objective is to take out all regular Omnics before they reached the door. As well he’ll cast his ultimate and lure the bosses on to the bridge if they are awake. Here’s a quick tip, Let Solider: 76 solo all the bots at the start on the game to build his Ultimate.

Hanzo plays the right stack and his main objective is to clear the right tunnel but mainly focusing on popping every single Blue-Omnic as they spawn. This will prevent them from inflicting damage on your teammates. It is also very important to continued attacking bots even during boss fights. His Sonic Arrow will be helpful to reveal any monster in the right tunnel as he manages other task like clearing the barrels for more maneuverability. Hanzo's ultimate can be shot many different ways, diagonally across the map, upwards towards Junk Rat, and finally straight down the bridge.

Ana plays the top left corner and always keeps line of sight on McCree but with enough distance, so an explosion doesn’t hurt them both. Her main objective is to bounce around landing shots on targets to consistently deal damage. This will allow her teammates to smoothly finish off the rest of the bots. Whenever a boss appears she will mainly focus on healing. Remember all bots spawn facing the forward and only then do they aim and shoot. Essentially Ana will never pull the attention of any enemies, thus saving time from self-healing. Ana’s positioning may be awkward at first but relying on zoom + hit scan will become more natural. With practice sleep darts, will hit their mark.

As I mentioned before most of this common sense. Nothing is 100% but hopefully you’ll be able to implement these some of these actions.You might’ve attempted to stay at the front gate to obtain a victory but in our case, everyone was below diamond rank. Given our circumstance there’s absolutely no reason for any of us to fight at the front door.

You need to understand that this is hard mode and the door is eventually going to take damage. Staying within the radius of a bot’s blast zone is just asking for problems. Having your team spread out all over the map is by far the smartest way.

Okay here are the basic maneuvers to reach the last boss waves.

Tiers: Tiers can be heard across the entire map, so please help with taking them out.

Reaper: When Reaper spawns make sure nobody accidentally damages him else he’ll transform into Wraith Form. Ana will then administer a Sleep Dart which should transition into a Nano Boosted Deadeye combo.

Roadhog: When Roadhog spawns it’s very much the same tactic as Reaper but this time it’s very important that Ana lands the sleep dart else McCree needs to be far enough away to not get hooked.  It pretty much guaranteed the boss will awake, so Ana’s needs to throw her grenade at the perfect time to prevent the boss from healing.  Solider: 76 should use his ultimate to lure the boss to the center of the bridge giving Hanzo the perfect angle to cast his Dragonstrike. If McCree decides to approach with Flashbang, Solider: 76 can drop his canister to heal.

Junk Rat: When Junk Rat spawns all Hero’s need to focus return fire on to him.  Without a shadow of a doubt he needs to be treated as the biggest threat.  Honestly sleeping Junk Rat is not affective, it would more useful sleeping a Blue-Omnic.  Reaper will appear for a second time at which time Hanzo will delay cast his Dragonstrike causing Reaper to go into Wraith Form. This tactic will give enough time for everyone to kill Junk Rat.  You then combo Reaper like before.

Mercy: When Mercy spawns she will resurrect Junk Rat and Roadhog. At this point, Solider: 76 will need to use his Tactical Visor to keep the bosses from leaving the bridge. Hanzo will then immediately cast his Dragon Strike straight down the bridge. McCree and Ana need to use their advantage point to kill Junk Rat first. Solider: 76 will jumps off the bridge to give himself distance from the Bosses and receive heals.  Ana Sleep Darts Road Hog which gives McCree a safe haven to cast the Nano Boosted Deadeye combo. This should kill Mercy and take a huge chunk out of Road Hogs health. McCree and Ana can then then make way toward the front door with Solider: 76 Remember Ana needs to throw a grenade to prevent Road Hog from healing. Finally use any ultimate’s you obtain ASAP and Nano Boost Solider: 76 if necessary.

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