27 Sep Livestreaming
I am a fan of gaming. Videogaming in particular. Before I could write down my own name, I was running around in the sewers, face-stomping goombas and torturing turtles all while eating wild mushrooms. It wasn’t considered cool by anyone my age, at the time. If you think about it, gaming was never accepted by the mainstream public, until months after the Playstation 2 included a DVD drive, making it the most affordable way to watch new films, digitally.
Anyways, I’ve always been into kicking avatar asses. I took 1st place at my local blockbuster 1994 videogame championship challenge on the Sega Genesis. Judge Dredd and NBA Jam Championship Edition with a built in score tracker and time-limit determined the victors. I just happened to know where the secret vault of bonus points were in the Judge Dredd portion of the competition. I’d say it was luck, but Mario’s stage warp shortcut in the sewers prepared me to challenge every single pixel that was presented on screen. They will sometimes lead to rewarding pathways. Okay, so you know I like wasting my life with digital shit, at this point.
What better way to continue that tradition than by letting other join in on the fun? I started livestreaming on YouTube and Facebook. I don’t support twitch, after what they did to Dr. Disrespect.
Generally, I’m into anything that involve flight simulation, first person shooters or third person platformers that are more mature themed. A good ol’ fashioned RTS never gets old, either.
I own a couple of computers, HOTAS equipment, some high framerate / low ms gaming monitors, a turtle beach wireless headset and a webcam all connected to OBS Streamlabs. Might as well hone in on a new hobby!
I’m looking forward to seeing you on there. For those that don’t like seeing me live, I’ll also be posting gameplay videos onto my YouTube page.
Check out the first two hours of Death Stranding, below: