I'd wanted to play this game for over a decade since I got a demo of it when I used to read Xbox Magazine. Had a lot of fun playing this and was so glad I got around to playing it =D
This game was quite a simple one to make. It only took about 2 hours to complete and most of my commentary was very to the point without adding too much filler. This made for a streamlined, simple and concise retrospective =D
I've wanted to try out Blinx The Timesweeper for a few years now but this month I finally got around to trying it out. I must say I had a lot of fun with it despite it's mostly negative commentary online. Still it just goes to show how popular opinion may not correlate with what you find enjoyable.
This video took a while to make. Originally I wanted to get this done on the week of release of the Bioshock Collection but that fell through when other commitments got in the way. Still with a lot of the work already done I revisited the footage/script/ideas and came up with this video which I think is one of my best =]
I've been very busy recently. I started doing weekly streams, working on highlight videos, normal projects and moving the last few bits in the new flat. Still I managed to get a video done in time for the regular spot of the Grizzly Gauntlets. Just need to catch a few Winks before the next ;-]
Managed to finish this one just in time for Christmas Day, lot of fun to make it and a great way to end the year =]
Although I managed to sprain my ankle pretty bad this month I still kept my videos on-track. This one was a lot of fun to make but a challenge due to the fact that I wasn't as mobile as usual. Overall though I'm really happy with the result!
This year's been an adventure. Especially with the move to my own place this video in particular was a tricky one to do, mainly due to there not being any internet. Still I soldiered on and created a video for my birthday on one of my favourite games of all time.
It's been a crazy month or two. I got my own flat to rent and now I'm starting to customise the space to make better YouTube content. Still it's been a fun, bewildering, frustrating, exciting and strange journey to get this far.
So what better way to compliment my experiences by playing the game Journey!
This month's been pretty busy with stuff outside of YouTube. A new flat on the horizon, several bouts of flu/colds and other annoying things getting in the way of videos. However after much effort I finally finished my Halloween Special on Dead Space!
Now that Western Month's finished I took a peek at a game that I've been meaning to place for a long time now. Really enjoyed the game and I'm proud of the end result video =D
The last themed episode of the year, I had a lot of fun re-visiting Red Dead Redemption. I played the game on Xbox One due to its recent port and it looks better than ever!
Another video that I managed to finish in a brisk pace. I think I took less time trying to add humour to this one and made it more informative/review centric.
For this video I only spent 3 days working on it. To be honest this is the quickest feature I've ever made and yet I find it's helped give me a more vigorous approach to the final cut. As a project goes on throughout a week or two I feel like my drive to complete a video wanes as I gradually get further from my initial playthrough.
That said for this video I've really enjoyed working hard for a short span of time on a project I've wanted to create for a while now!
I admit I'm very late to the party concerning this game XD Honestly Undertale has been a massive breath of fresh air not only for recent years in gaming but overall since I started way back in the day!
Undertale is exactly how a kickstarted project is done right. Passion for the craft of gaming flourishing into universal critical acclaim and popularity. Hats off to Toby Fox and his team!
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