This was a long time coming. I’ve been jokingly called a time traveler for a number of years, but my workhorse of a GTX 770 is finally getting upgraded with a GTX 1070. Definitely sure it’ll play Elite: Dangerous a lot better, but now I can take on some modern games a bit better.
And older clip of me cruising around in my Python, back during December of 2017. I’ll get some new stuff, I promise. In between of some stuff right now, so I’m just referring to my backlog in the meantime.
Took a bit, but I finally got the art process video done for the Ellowwod Keepers piece. Enjoy!
After a big hiatus, I started doing Keymailer stuff again, and am slowly digging through my queue. What prompted this? Alex from Isolated Games, who wanted me to check out their game Between the Stars. Looks pretty spiffy so far! This game had a successful Kickstarter; while that may be over, you’re more than welcome to give them additional support when the game comes out!
I dug into my backlog and decided to put up another part from one of my previous game playthroughs. I know its ages and I apologize, I’ve barely recorded or even done any recent videos this year. Work has been my previous focus and it’s easier to do comics since that only takes an hour or more to make a week.
Still, enjoy. This is my brother and I going through the Destiny 2 campaign. We finally hit Io at this point and encounter the taken. Spooky stuff.
Author’s Note: This article was written two weeks after this event took place in mid-December of 2016. After my situation in 2017, it got lost and neglected. When I restarted content earlier this year, a chain of events had taken place with the venue the previous season (2017), and I highly debated even posting my experience due to those events. Nevertheless, I’ll share as you can always count on me to. This is about my trip to the con at the time, not the drama and incidents that happened afterwards. It’s neither biased or reflects what I currently think of the venue.
I’ve done minor edits on this article to bring it current (specifically its ending), but it remains virtually unchanged from its 2016 version.
It’s been about seven years since I went to an anime convention of any sort. Animazement 2009 being my last stint of cosplay, hanging out at a convention and going to someplace of that sort with “friends”. It’s not something I really care to talk about, always telling myself that I’ll go one day and I’ll have the right people around me.
So I had gotten Stars in Shadow a little while back. Love the game, namely because Arioch did the artwork and I was following it’s development since I was at ETSU since 2011. Do check out the overall project, it’s really cool! Currently available on Steam.
Either way, decided to do this video because I ran into the Civ equivalent of a barbarian, and my old ships weren’t killing it. In fact, there was nothing on Youtube specifically outlining how much firepower you needed to kill a Steward. I set out to resolve that. Hopefully this helps someone out that go into a pickle like me.
Having been part of Mobius PvE since July 2017, I had never really visited any of the Mobius systems or even their home base. I decided that needed to be changed. So during my travels near Imperial space I noticed Azrael wasn’t too far away, hopped over and stopped in. Didn’t get any T-shirt or anything, though.
Deathmatch/Free for All was a welcome game mode when Overwatch introduced it. This is one of my brighter, shining moments with FFA Deatmatch, including a Play of the Game.
Original gameplay back in November 30th, 2017. Yes, still quite bad at not keeping up with current trends/games when it comes to videos.
In a big first, an art buddy of mine teams up with me for a collab video! Enjoy our shenangians.
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