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LogicalFallacy
Nov 16, 2015

Wrecking hell's shit since 1993




I finally got off my lazy rear end and recorded another video! This time, we start making our way through Frogger 2: Swampy's Revenge. This was a game I quite enjoyed when I was younger, and one of the first games I was able to 100%. I do state that it was an early PlayStation title in the video, which of course I found out was false when I looked it up after recording. The popping in the cut-scenes will hopefully get fixed in the next video, as will my noisy-as-hell controller sounds. And so, without further ado, the video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SeZnlU3qkx4

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GamesAreSupernice
Jan 3, 2014

I'm a heart with eyeballs!


LogicalFallacy posted:

I finally got off my lazy rear end and recorded another video! This time, we start making our way through Frogger 2: Swampy's Revenge. This was a game I quite enjoyed when I was younger, and one of the first games I was able to 100%. I do state that it was an early PlayStation title in the video, which of course I found out was false when I looked it up after recording. The popping in the cut-scenes will hopefully get fixed in the next video, as will my noisy-as-hell controller sounds. And so, without further ado, the video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SeZnlU3qkx4

THis game is so weird

LogicalFallacy
Nov 16, 2015

Wrecking hell's shit since 1993




A bunch of PlayStation games are fairly weird. It comes from developers still trying to make arcade games while also trying to make sure there was some sort of plot and other "modern" elements. This resulted in stuff like Pipe Dreams 3D and Breakout.

Zenithe
Feb 25, 2013

Ask not to whom the Anidavatar belongs; it belongs to thee.



I eat poo poo immediately, then through a collection of some bad luck and mostly fat fingers to just barely managed to get through this one. The bug that slowed down the bosses animation randomly didn't hurt either.

edit. Also, the game just popped up in the latest humble bundle, so if you want it you can get it here

Part Five - King of Dust




Playlist
Part One - Jack of Dust
Part Two - Jack of Bones
Part Three- Queen of Dust
Part Four- Jack of Plague

Zenithe fucked around with this message at Jun 7, 2016 around 21:45

NGDBSS
Dec 30, 2009

...It shone as if its guts and skin, its bones were phosphorus. As if it were all cold and bright rock. A firefly, a death mask, a wooden skull.
A fegkarion. A moon elemental.


Dark Souls II, NG++

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6n7KUT_C77I

AAAGH pyromancers! In other news, at least that's the second Great Soul with a small demonstration of drowning off narrow walkways on the side.

whowhatwhere
Mar 15, 2010



Well, this just inspired me to buy that bundle, so thanks. A request though: could you lower the volume of the music? I'm having a hard time hearing what you're saying during the fights.

Carbon dioxide
Oct 9, 2012

Shakin' it at 2345 cm-1.


whowhatwhere posted:

Well, this just inspired me to buy that bundle, so thanks. A request though: could you lower the volume of the music? I'm having a hard time hearing what you're saying during the fights.

Yeah, same for me.

What do those little red dots to the side of the monster cards indicate?

Unperson_47
Oct 14, 2007


I'm really enjoying the Hand of Fate videos and it has definitely inspired me to check it out also. I can't help but imagine Jim Varney's Ernest character as the dealer because of his voice. Am I alone on this?

Zenithe
Feb 25, 2013

Ask not to whom the Anidavatar belongs; it belongs to thee.

Carbon dioxide posted:

Yeah, same for me.

What do those little red dots to the side of the monster cards indicate?

I *think* they are the cards specifically added for that round by the dealer. And I'll look at the balance, thanks for pointing that out.

edit. actually, they are the slightly stronger ones you unlock for getting to the end of each row.

Libluini
May 18, 2012

Did I predict the future?


Today I woke up and noticed I had mumbled my way through another stage of Mega Man X2.

At first I was confused, but then I remembered I had something like a LP going, so I went gently caress it and uploaded this thing to YouTube. "Enjoy" me trying again to speak a language I was not born with.




Mega Man X2 Part 10: Crystal Snails are Hardshelled Bastards


Edit:

I just noticed I had forgotten to include links to the older parts two times in a row. Oops!


MMX2 Part 01

MMX2 Part 02

MMX2 Part 03

MMX2 Part 04

MMX2 Part 05

MMX2 Part 06 -Bonus Episode-

MMX2 Part 07

MMX2 Part 08 -Bonus Episode II-

MMX2 Part 09

Libluini fucked around with this message at Jun 10, 2016 around 14:50

Fish Noise
Jul 25, 2012

IT'S ME, BURROWS!

IT WAS ME ALL ALONG, BURROWS!


War Crimes With Your Dad Simulator 2016: Do You Still Run Over Civilians?


A recently-released surprisingly-simulationist isometric mech/tank/hovercraft shooter about megacorp-backed regime change, complete with thoroughly destructible environments and enough war crimes to make CJacobs hesitate. It's also a goongame (thread here) and the launch seems to have had very little presence, so why not a limited LP to try getting some word out?

Limited? dafuq?
Let me be direct. Brigador has a shitton of vehicles and weapons and mission sequences, and I am not very good at at least a solid half of it. However! The Touro heavy mech is the iconic vehicle of the game (up top there? Touro), and I think I am sufficiently competent with it to give a decent show. Thus, I will be primarily playing the campaign missions where the Touro is available, maybe with some extras here and there (obviously, Killdozer vs Suburbia is on the list).

Enough talk, let's liberate the poo poo out of Solo Nobre
Part 1, Mission 00: Awake On Foreign Shores
Part 2, Mission 01: Beginner's Falafel
Part 3, Mission 04: Fly Blackbird

Update 2
Update 3
Update 4
Update 5
Update 6
Update 7 (Final)

Intel

Campaign Touro posted:


Pires' Touro is armed with an Abbot Cannon and Me Dois machine gun, with smoke for defense.

Modesto Pires posted:


Cross the wrong officer and find out just how quickly your military career prospects can go from Mog Recon Battalion to Legs Hangar Nightwatchman.

Touro posted:

Every year, General Bursov tries to get the Touro mothballed and every year he gets laughed out of the War Council. The Touro's combat legacy is completely justified. Maintenance gets a bit messy with the successive upgrades to the combat jack and fire control systems on these things but the chassis lasts forever, which is usually what the NEP is worried about. Only thing that wears out on this classic legs unit are the shoe pads.
In other words, believe the stories about noite das pedras chorosas.
-MB

Corvids posted:

Something something anarcho-syndicalism. Don't ask me, I just joined up, I'm still learning the secret handshakes, and how not to fall asleep during the meetings. Councils, they call them councils, and they have them all the time. Anyway, Corvids had a lot to be unhappy about under Great Leader, and they've got a lot of very disillusioned veterans of the NEP with particularly acute grievances. They know he's saved our city several times, made it what it is. But Corvids know that's the trouble with a dictator, they never want to step down voluntarily. This thing with the SNC means Corvids see their one real shot at making sure that Solo Nobre is for everyone again; it can't only be for active duty NEP soldiers and everyone else in yellow raincoats. Staying alive just isn't good enough anymore.

Fish Noise fucked around with this message at Jul 2, 2016 around 02:16

NGDBSS
Dec 30, 2009

...It shone as if its guts and skin, its bones were phosphorus. As if it were all cold and bright rock. A firefly, a death mask, a wooden skull.
A fegkarion. A moon elemental.


Dark Souls II, NG++

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ku2onHiHnKA

If one katana is , surely two are even better? At least they're good for chopping up mage-killer lionmen from Earth-51.

Fish Noise
Jul 25, 2012

IT'S ME, BURROWS!

IT WAS ME ALL ALONG, BURROWS!






Part 4, Mission 05: New Feeling
Bonus 1, Mission 06: Metal Health

Intel

Loyalists posted:

It's not easy to reduce the civilian-militia population of Solo Nobre to one category. This is what you have to remember - for all the high-flown rhetoric about a hateful rebellion fought and won by insurgent anarchist forces that the rest of us have heard over and over again, most Loyalists are regular people - or more likely - the descendents of regular people - who didn't want to stay down when the company stooges told them to lie there and take it. I've been down here for a while, and I've noticed there's a strained smile that people here give each other. They do it over everyday things, like the native-colonial hybrid fruit at the black market merceeiro, and they do it to express an understanding: "This is awful," they're saying, "but it's better than it used to be." There are two things that changed when Great Leader took power: first, water got a lot cheaper. Second, the incidence of murders, aggravated assaults, sexual violence, and starvation all dropped by about a million percent. The Loyalists knew to salute Great Leader when his picture passed by in a parade, sure - but it's really that reminder of hydration and nutrition and not suddenly dying that they're loyal to. And that's exactly what they're fighting to keep.

Linschotten posted:

Maybe you're old enough to remember why every colony in synch range has a Linschotten. I've heard that Spacers even have their own Linschotten, but who knows what they use it for. Solo Nobre's take on the subject is traditional, respectful: it's a small, tasteful district, mostly used for farmland and a necropolis or two. The people here are nice, relatively speaking, almost quaint. They're too young to really remember - almost nobody is as old as me these days - and I'm not eager to remind them. The way this planet's going, Great Leader or no, they won't have the attention to spare soon enough. Better to enjoy this while it lasts.

Campaign Killdozer posted:


Bromlin's Killdozer is armed with a Carlos cannon and Bonesaw machine gun, with smoke for defense.

Phil Bromlin posted:


Maintenance man and groundskeeper at the Nobre Dunes Country Club. Mutters continuously to himself. Hates the suburbs, but loves golf.
Questionable grip on reality

Killdozer posted:

Even people who hate the Corvids call them masters of invention when it comes to vehicle design. The Killdozer proves them all wrong. Let's face it - this is nothing more than a latter-day battering ram made from bolting highway barriers to an old Prowler. There's little firepower to speak of and the thing can't turn on a silver dollar, let alone a dime. A fleet of these things can reduce a defense post to rubble and gore, but it would take some kind of tactical genius to turn a lone Killdozer into a legitimate threat.
-MB

Fish Noise fucked around with this message at Jun 13, 2016 around 21:22

NGDBSS
Dec 30, 2009

...It shone as if its guts and skin, its bones were phosphorus. As if it were all cold and bright rock. A firefly, a death mask, a wooden skull.
A fegkarion. A moon elemental.


Dark Souls II, NG++

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_GlNIuFuwpo

Ordinarily I'd have just edited the Shaded Ruins down to one video, but in this case I also had comparatively brief footage from the Doors of Pharros at the end. (I apologize if someone was looking for Ratbro PvP, but that's not really my cup of tea.)

nine-gear crow
Aug 10, 2013

Rad Bird




Weeeeeeee're back! In this update, Solar Eclipse starts to show its teeth both in gameplay and plot development, and by that I mean the story starts to shift toward being a survival horror tale, and the gameplay hauls off and knees you in the crotch.

It's still better than that piece of poo poo Off-World Interceptor Extreme.


Blind Sally
Jan 9, 2007

Jim's now a Blind Cave Salamander!


nine-gear crow posted:

It's still better than that piece of poo poo Off-World Interceptor Extreme.

it's loving on!

Fish Noise
Jul 25, 2012

IT'S ME, BURROWS!

IT WAS ME ALL ALONG, BURROWS!


That draw distance is basically bringing the shmup sight gag to a third person perspective.

Night10194
Feb 13, 2012

THE CODEX NERDSTARTES DOES NOT SUPPORT YOUR NIETZSCHEAN SUPERMEN ARTWORK! SO SAYETH WE ALL! *fart*

Fun Shoe

The is the greatest thing I've ever seen and I need Brigador now.

Fish Noise
Jul 25, 2012

IT'S ME, BURROWS!

IT WAS ME ALL ALONG, BURROWS!






Part 5, Mission 08: Neon Lights
Bonus 2, Mission 09: Organ Donor

Intel

Texas 7 posted:

Few criticisms can be made more easily of Great Leader's social policies than to point out the spread of the Texas 7 franchises. A combination casino, roadhouse, buffet, strip club, and by most accounts bordello, Texas 7 is a national embarrassment and ineluctably twinned to Solo Nobre's compulsory military service. The tall Texas 7 neon signs visible throughout the city are known sarcastically as "NEP guardposts," because any NEP base is sure to be within half a click of a Texas 7.
Similar comments have been made regarding the disproportionate percentage of soldiers' earnings spent inside Texas 7. Visit one if curiosity demands, but at all cost avoid them on any soldiers' payday.

Campaign Treehouse posted:


Costa's Treehouse is armed with a Ploughman launcher and Konig machine gun, with AK pulse for defense.

Sabela Costa posted:


Sabela came late to the NEP and found it disagreeable. She mustered out as fast as she could while playing dumb about just how well she could keep a tank running. Nobody bothered to ask how good she was at driving them. Costa family has deep roots in Eixo, so the Corvids were extremely and uncharacteristically prompt in securing her loyalty.
m.p.C.C.

Treehouse posted:

Normally - if there is a "normal" for a siege engine made out of old jalopies - you'd expect the cars to be stripped out entirely for something like this. Instead, Corvid engineers keep all the horns and headlights and link them up to the main cockpit controls. When one of these comes rolling in, blaring and blazing like the angels on judgement day, the Treehouse goes from silly to terrifying in seconds flat. Fortunately the thing itself doesn't have that kind of acceleration - keep your distance and don't let the bastards surprise you.
-MB

Chemical Projector, 132mm. Ploughman posted:

An egghead once told me what was in these canisters. I didn't learn anything useful from the names he spouted, except that scientists like to get creative when naming their implements of destruction. The stuff that gets mixed in each pod includes something called 'Tubarao.' Apparently it reacts violently with the byproducts of strong acids - which are packed in by the dozen to effectively dissolve anything solid. The result is eruptions of highly corrosive gas that turn anything caught inside into a terrible waste of good salvage.
The poor guy seemed so proud of what he made. War crimes are all good fun, until they make you inhale.
-MB

Audio-Kinetic Pulse posted:

Generates a shock wave centered on the unit that ranges up to 80ft before dissipating. Any unshielded targets within the blast zone can experience overpressure in excess of 70kPa, known to cause building collapse and involuntary dismemberment.
Developed and legally used for domestic demolition, usage of this device in combat is considered a war crime by most planetary governments.
-Efi

56-C posted:

You'd be forgiven for thinking that this humorless designation implies that 56-C is newer or less shoddy than the rest of Solo Nobre. It's a natural conclusion, but still wrong. The fact is that up until a decade or two ago, the area was too hard to live in - too far from supply centres when the SNC were still here, and too close to the waste treatment and upcycling facilities during the early Great Leader years. Now, it's not much more than a crowded lot that would be vacant if it weren't filled with sewers and shanty towns - with one notable exception. One day a strong wind will blow it all away.
-MB

Artificial Beats
Jan 15, 2016



Let's Donate All of Our Money to Time Crisis 3



Time Crisis 3 is a light gun game where you shoot a bunch of people with a plastic toy gun and a fistful of tokens...except in this LP, a "plastic toy gun" is a PlayStation 2 controller, and a "fistful of tokens" is the I spent on a copy of this game in 2008.

Arcade Mode:
P1 Side (Normal)
P2 Side (Hard)

(This is also babby's first LP and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did in making it!)

Artificial Beats fucked around with this message at Jul 1, 2016 around 07:58

NGDBSS
Dec 30, 2009

...It shone as if its guts and skin, its bones were phosphorus. As if it were all cold and bright rock. A firefly, a death mask, a wooden skull.
A fegkarion. A moon elemental.


Dark Souls II, NG++

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-JsSwidzh8

BCT is a rather strange area, since out of the four starting forks it's most strongly reminiscent of some place in DS1. The resemblance is intentional, mind, but of course things have changed due to the passage of time.

nine-gear crow
Aug 10, 2013

Rad Bird


Artificial Beats posted:

Let's Donate All of Our Money to Time Crisis 3



Time Crisis 3 is a light gun game where you shoot a bunch of people with a plastic toy gun and a fistful of tokens...except in this LP, a "plastic toy gun" is a PlayStation 2 controller, and a "fistful of tokens" is the I spent on a copy of this game in 2008.

Arcade Mode:
P1 Side (Normal)

(This is also babby's first LP and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did in making it!)

I love the Time Crisis games. They're so delightfully corny . Time Crisis 2 was a staple of drat near every arcade I've ever visited. They kind of feel like they wouldn't be out of place in the Ace Combat/Ridge Racer world, all told.

Night10194
Feb 13, 2012

THE CODEX NERDSTARTES DOES NOT SUPPORT YOUR NIETZSCHEAN SUPERMEN ARTWORK! SO SAYETH WE ALL! *fart*

Fun Shoe

I used to be able to one-credit clear Time Crisis 3. I loved that game in the arcade in college.

Artificial Beats
Jan 15, 2016



nine-gear crow posted:

I love the Time Crisis games. They're so delightfully corny . Time Crisis 2 was a staple of drat near every arcade I've ever visited. They kind of feel like they wouldn't be out of place in the Ace Combat/Ridge Racer world, all told.

I'm surprised that the series has neither made references to nor have been referenced to by other Bandai Namco games, considering how often they've recently done that with both Ace Combat and the Tales series.

But yeah, these games are super fun, especially in co-op!

Night10194 posted:

I used to be able to one-credit clear Time Crisis 3. I loved that game in the arcade in college.

Nice! I've only 1CC'd this once at a machine, and that was because I had a random stranger with me for co-op and also because of sheer dumb luck on my part.

I am also jealous that you have/had a machine in your college's arcade. The "most frequently played" ones at mine are DDR Extreme and a Capcom vs. SNK 2 that was built inside a recycled Beatmania cabinet. It would've been nice if we at least had a Time Crisis 2 machine!

ThornBrain
Jan 25, 2011


Contractual Obligation Goes Right! - Let's Casually Play Pokemon: Alpha Sapphire Live


Pokemon: Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire are updated 3DS remakes of the GBA's Ruby and Sapphire, adding multiple features introduced in X and Y and continuing the tradition of remakes started with FireRed and LeafGreen.

We play as MayOcto-Jane, a young Pokemon trainer as she begins her journey to become Hoenn's premiere Pokemon master. Along the way she makes BRFs (Best Rivals Forever) with neighbor boy BrendanBrendo-Bob and vaguely ill Wally, gets sucked into stopping the world-flooding plans of the evil-but-silly-and-lovable Team Aqua, captures and trades a shitton of legendary and mythical Pokemon with strangers, and finally rides a giant green finger trap into space.

I was kindly gifted Alpha Sapphire by TheReaperHolland, so as thanks I LP'd the game live on my hitbox multiple times a week, with edited down videos uploaded to YouTube every other day.


Sirens clarify parts with a gym battle or other super-important battle, dashes ------------ separate the individual streaming sessions.




(By mariozxa)


(By ChibiWisdom)






















(By Rakumel)


(By LordZeroTheMighty)

ThornBrain fucked around with this message at Oct 21, 2016 around 05:00

Night10194
Feb 13, 2012

THE CODEX NERDSTARTES DOES NOT SUPPORT YOUR NIETZSCHEAN SUPERMEN ARTWORK! SO SAYETH WE ALL! *fart*

Fun Shoe

Artificial Beats posted:

Nice! I've only 1CC'd this once at a machine, and that was because I had a random stranger with me for co-op and also because of sheer dumb luck on my part.

I am also jealous that you have/had a machine in your college's arcade. The "most frequently played" ones at mine are DDR Extreme and a Capcom vs. SNK 2 that was built inside a recycled Beatmania cabinet. It would've been nice if we at least had a Time Crisis 2 machine!

We used to have both TC 3 and Crisis Zone when I was at University of Michigan. Sadly, I went back recently and the Crisis Zone machine went out of commission permanently.

That game was awesome and its PS2 version sucked because they removed the ability to progress scenes faster than they should go, which totally screwed up the time attack aspect.

Kibayasu
Mar 28, 2010


Those massive Time Crisis machines with the pistols that have a moving slide have always been the one cabinet that makes me think "Hmm, maybe I should - holy poo poo that's expensive."

Ozdhaka
Oct 20, 2012


Yeah, I peeked into the cost for a Time Crisis 5 machine out of curiosity. "$22k for the machine? No thanks."

I still got my 1LC skills for Time Crisis 4. My college has that machine, and I got pretty good at it, to the point where I could basically go to any other TC4 machine, and if it doesn't have a completely hosed calibration set-up, I would clear it pretty darn easily.

Snak
Oct 10, 2005

I myself will carry you to the Gates of Valhalla...
You will ride eternal,
shiny and chrome.


Grimey Drawer

I did it. I finally finished my first LP. Here is part 20 of my LP of The Mark of Kri: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZZxlroh3-A

Wait am I even posting this LP in this thread?

I'm so disappointed in myself, I kept up daily videos for the first 19 parts, and then I got Overwatch and part 20 came out 3 weeks after part 19 went up. Oh well.

anilEhilated
Feb 17, 2014

But I say fuck the rain.


You say that, but I keep wanting to get back to recording Legendary for more than a month but I lost my save data and can't stomach replaying it for more than ten minutes at a time.
Well, that and I got MGS5.
I'll get there.

Point is three weeks are nothing when it comes to LP gaps.

Wayne
Oct 17, 2014

He who fights too long against dragons becomes a dragon himself


NGDBSS posted:

(I apologize if someone was looking for Ratbro PvP, but that's not really my cup of tea.)

Weak! But you might not have gotten anybody anyway. Mog and I got a fair bit of Ratbro footage, but half of them were low SM smurfs even then.

Definitely approve of the Drakekeeper axe. I used it and their greatsword for some PvP footage, and the sheer range on the axe makes it... great. I don't think I've ever seen the big pigs at the start of the Cove, either.

---

Got something different for y'all this time! Ben and I started streaming Alan Wake after our PS3's HDMI port died but our 360 still worked, and it's been going well. We're taking it a lot more seriously than usual, not talking over dialog and keeping focused on the plot and everything. There's still some fun but it's not us joking about the whole thing. We're currently over halfway through the main story (just finished chapter 4), so spoilers are OK if you mark them (like if you want to point out how things fit together and stuff, or speculate if you haven't seen the game before).

Alan Wake - Episode 1: Nightmare Part 1
Just us getting used to the game and getting a feel for the story and all. We get through the gameplay tutorial and the first couple cutscenes with Alan and his wife.

Ben's gotten pretty cynical about games with "critically-acclaimed stories" after Heavy Rain and Bioshock Infinite and the like, so it took him some time to warm to Alan Wake, but he definitely seems to like it now.

CJacobs
Apr 17, 2011

The planet's dyin', CJ!


First off: I had no idea you could straight up just turn around and walk back to Alan's car (and thus examine the island), that's really cool! Alan Wake is a fantastic game, and I like your LP stuff so for me that's a winning combo

Fish Noise
Jul 25, 2012

IT'S ME, BURROWS!

IT WAS ME ALL ALONG, BURROWS!


Even the devs call this maneuver AGrav-humping



Part 6, Mission 11: Inch of Dust
Bonus 3, Mission 12: Joy Bus/Hell Ride

Intel

Campaign Shortbus posted:


Reis' Shortbus is armed with a Kraken chain gun and a Pinch rocket launcher. She has no ammo, or working defensive.

Merlo Reis posted:


Reis grew up in the West End Slums, racing reclaimed junkers for sport and prize money. Eventually she fell in love with a dashing Corvid pilot and joined the cause. They started a family together and raised their daughter as a would-be freedom-fighter. When her husband was disintegrated by a Loyalist kamikaze drone, she turned to mercenary work to keep food on the table. Babysitters are hard to come by in the Solo Nobre slums, and she knows she needs to retire. She's liable to do anything if there's enough money involved.

Shortbus posted:

This is one bus that will catch you. Light, tough, and surprisingly quick, the Shortbus comes out of nowhere and blasts through most defenses. Seconds after it enters range of sight, one of these monsters will be right on top of you and firing away with its one-two punch. All the while, those crazy Corvids will be perched on top, hooting and hollering.
-MB

Snak
Oct 10, 2005

I myself will carry you to the Gates of Valhalla...
You will ride eternal,
shiny and chrome.


Grimey Drawer

In the lowest effort of all posts, my roommate wanted to do a LP, so she's doing the playing and we're both doing the talking and I'm doing all the actual video production. Like, clicking record and upload.
She's playing Resident Evil 4, and I have no idea how often we're going to be updating, but here's part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RDsWVXPSnFc

In other news, part 5 of my Uncharted 1 playthrough is up https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=abQ--xVgfq0
I didn't make a banner type dealy for it yet. Still getting back in the swing of things after playing overwatch for 3 straight weeks instead of working on any of my LP stuff at all.

NGDBSS
Dec 30, 2009

...It shone as if its guts and skin, its bones were phosphorus. As if it were all cold and bright rock. A firefly, a death mask, a wooden skull.
A fegkarion. A moon elemental.


Wayne posted:

Weak! But you might not have gotten anybody anyway. Mog and I got a fair bit of Ratbro footage, but half of them were low SM smurfs even then.

Definitely approve of the Drakekeeper axe. I used it and their greatsword for some PvP footage, and the sheer range on the axe makes it... great. I don't think I've ever seen the big pigs at the start of the Cove, either.
Between DS3's recent release, and the player base being spread over six different ports, there aren't many people around in any particular version. Just today I decided to do some online play with Punchwitch*, and didn't see any PvP hits. (I did go offline in the Grave of Saints in order to farm Awestones, though.) As for the Drakekeeper weapons, I like all of them but some more than others. In particular, the Drakekeeper's Ultra Greatsword isn't particularly special just because there's so much choice in that weapon category.

*The fist weapon moveset takes some getting used to when you're employing it against nearly everything.

Dark Souls II, NG++

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTnlomKN3DA

Being able to scare off all the spiders was a welcome addition to Scholar, but I won't be showing that footage quite yet. Also at the end Nate and I had a rather heated discussion of DS3, which I decided to cut later for obvious reasons. (The sound clip I added to replace said discussion came from a very early sound test in which we read some idiot's testimony.)

GamesAreSupernice
Jan 3, 2014

I'm a heart with eyeballs!


Snak posted:

In the lowest effort of all posts, my roommate wanted to do a LP, so she's doing the playing and we're both doing the talking and I'm doing all the actual video production. Like, clicking record and upload.
She's playing Resident Evil 4, and I have no idea how often we're going to be updating, but here's part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RDsWVXPSnFc

In other news, part 5 of my Uncharted 1 playthrough is up https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=abQ--xVgfq0
I didn't make a banner type dealy for it yet. Still getting back in the swing of things after playing overwatch for 3 straight weeks instead of working on any of my LP stuff at all.

It's good to see you still playing Uncharted

Snak
Oct 10, 2005

I myself will carry you to the Gates of Valhalla...
You will ride eternal,
shiny and chrome.


Grimey Drawer

GamesAreSupernice posted:

It's good to see you still playing Uncharted

Oh thanks! Part 6 is actually up today: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4yhQ8Ka2Zw
and also I beat uncharted weeks ago. The footage is all sitting on my harddrive. I'm actually 94% of the way through Uncharted 2. My Uncharted 2 LP is probably much better than my UC1, because I've been learning and working on my commentary and production the whole time.

Part 7 is already encoded, it will be up friday. I'm done editing 8 and 9, they will be up sometime next week. It's 15 parts total. Uncharted 2 will be more, because I got worried about some of my videos being longer than 30 minutes, which I think is just too long, and I started aiming for closer to 20 minute videos. Uncharted games are pretty well suited to that sort of time block, so it worked out pretty well.

Part 2 of resident evil 4 w/ stevie will be up tomorrow. I won't double post, so if there aren't any replies when I get up tomorrow, I'll just edit the link into this post.

Zenithe
Feb 25, 2013

Ask not to whom the Anidavatar belongs; it belongs to thee.

anilEhilated posted:

Point is three weeks are nothing when it comes to LP gaps.

Oh yeah, I've actually finished recording my entire Hand of Fate LP, but because my ISP is run by chimps on Australian infrastructure, I can't actually upload them until I get my real internet back. Gonna take literally two days to upload all the episodes.

Yapping Eevee
Nov 12, 2011

STAND TOGETHER.
FIGHT WITH HONOR.
RESTORE BALANCE.

Eevees play for free.


Soiled Meat

#AustralianLet'sPlayerProblems

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Snak
Oct 10, 2005

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You will ride eternal,
shiny and chrome.


Grimey Drawer

Resident Evil 4- Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bs-u-Yf0msI

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