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Solo List Assault V2.4: Super Nintendo Countdown (70-61) – Unpopular Opinions #25

Unpopular Opinions #25

This is episode 25 of Unpopular Opinions with Ryan Tofil. No friggin' with ya.

Ryan finally cracked. That's all we can say. A twelve-year-old magician from 2017 broke him.

But as for this week's list, there are some good games on it. Some really good games. We're getting into what makes the Super Nintendo amazing.

It's Super Nintendo Countdown, numbers 70 through 61. It's the best countdown in the world for the best console in …

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Solo List Assault V2.3: Super Nintendo Countdown (80-71) – Unpopular Opinions #24

Unpopular Opinions #24

This is episode 24 of Unpopular Opinions with Ryan Tofil. Give it a whiff.

Everyone's favorite numbers are here. It's time for 80 through 71. That means 69 is next week. Nice.

But for now, 80. And 79. And 78. You get the idea.

According to Ryan, the Super Nintendo is the greatest gaming console ever. But he also thinks "Unpopular Opinions" is the greatest podcast ever. So make of that what you will.

Bryan's …

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Solo List Assault V2.2: Super Nintendo Countdown (90-81) – Unpopular Opinions #23

Unpopular Opinions #23

This is episode 23 of Unpopular Opinions with Ryan Tofil. He'll let you touch his controller.

Nobody else would show up for RT this week, so it's part two point two of Super Nintendo Countdown.

Today he covers numbers 90 through 81. And he's fired up as ever for some reason. Somebody should tell him that he doesn't need to talk twice as loud to make up for his lack of a co-host.

If your …

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Solo List Assault 2.1: Super Nintendo Countdown – Unpopular Opinions #21

Unpopular Opinions #21

This is episode 21 of Unpopular Opinions with Ryan Tofil. Zing.

Ryan's alone again, just like he was all through college. Get out your hard hat because he's about to lob some truth anvils your way.

Ryan loves the Super Nintendo. So he's busting out a ten(!)-part series counting down the 100 best Super Nintendo games ever. Excited to see what came in at 91? You're in luck, because it's here. Looking for number 87? …

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Solo List Assault – Unpopular Opinions #20

Unpopular Opinions #20

Unpopular Opinions is back, and so is Ryan. This week, he brought along his favorite co host... himself.

In what's easily the weirdest UO episode ever, Ryan appears completely solo and spends more time yelling than ever before. Apparently, the person that makes him most upset is himself.

In what could potentially be a new format for the show, Ryan engages in List Assault. This time it's about video games. Or to be exact, it's …

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Crypto and eSports Were Made for Each Other

Cryptocurrencies and eSports share more in common than most people realize. In fact, most people see these two industries as something completely different. One tackles finance while the other focuses on video games, when in fact these two features are intertwined. Video games themselves, the ones you'd find on Steam that are primarily focused on single player experiences, can be ruled out, even if they come with multiplayer options. The whole essence of eSports is …

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What If You Could Purchase Fortnite Skins by Watching In-App Advertisements?

Since we have all become inseparable from our smartphones, the market for mobile apps has grown into a behemoth. More than 178 billion apps were downloaded in 2017, with this number expected to grow to nearly 260 billion within the next four years.

Within the app market, there is a voracious consumer appetite for mobile gaming. In January alone, the top ten game publishers received over 185 million downloads. In 2018, mobile gaming is expected …

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Yumerium’s Player-Driven Blockchain Ecosystem is Poised to Disrupt the World of Online Gaming

The popularity of online gaming has grown tremendously in recent years. With a global market cap worth roughly 110 billion dollars and counting, the gaming industry shows no signs of slowing down. Despite the meteoric rise in popularity, the current state of this booming market is plagued by some serious issues. Yumerium's decentralized gaming platform may be just the answer the world's roughly 1 billion gamers are hoping for.

As advancements in network technology have …

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