Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood among other things was certainly a game, and while not the longest, that doesn’t mean that us clearing it is insignificant. since we so rarely manage to find the time to stream these days. Thoughts on what we’ll play next are currently pretty scattered, but we do have some solid options. First up though, some stream archives for Bound in Blood which was absolutely a video game made by a record number of dudes named Pawel.
So like I said above, we have a number of decent options we can turn to for streams. The one I’m considering the most heavily is a return to my SaGa playthrough and start back up with Romancing SaGa 3, at it is actually now in English and on PC even. I don’t think it’d be a great idea for me to revisit Romancing SaGa 2 just yet, but that is still on the menu as well.
Another potential is to hold off on returning to SaGa and play a tangentially related JRPG like Octopath Traveler. I’ve played a bit of it and it’s quite neat. I like what they did with the visuals and everything, so I feel like it’d be a good game to stream and try to get my RPG feet back under me, as I haven’t streamed one for some time.
Some other shorter options are also probably a good idea, like attempting to go back to Gunman Chronicles and finish that playthrough up, or doing the same for Shadow Warrior 2 which I kind of gave up on for no reason that I can remember.
Or there’s always trying something completely different that I haven’t touched yet, like Alien Isolation which is a good game by all accounts. We could honestly kind of do anything, so I’ll have to figure out what by next weekend.
And lastly, the archive is still chugging along as I get the time to update it. Next thing to go in will be my Shadow Warrior run. The remake, that is.
Yes, I’m aware that is a shitty title for a blog post, let’s move on.
We’ve just defeated Thief 3, and honestly it feels good to finish a game after a long hiatus from longer form streams due to work and baby and things. The latter of those two doesn’t bother me, but work taking away my time certainly sucks.
All that being said, here’s hoping that Thief 3 is only the first of at least one or two games that have been lingering in the depths of the mists of obscurity or some other turn of phrase that we will be able to finally bring some stream closure. I know there’s not too many people out there watching anymore, but it at least feels nice to get these done.
Also, Mother 3 is hitting the archives as well, so I highly recommend checking those out. Or not, I can’t control you. I also have no idea what even happened in those streams. July/August 2010 was a different time.
Thank you for the visit, hopefully I’ll have some more stuff hitting the site.
I’ve started to create an archive containing all of my old streams from back to the absolute early days, on up into the modern kuoushi streams. This will likely be a very large undertaking and won’t be finished anytime remotely soon, but I feel like the end result will be worth it to me at least. These streams cover a lot of my personal history and a bunch of different time periods in the life of kuoushi, plus a dickton of games and memories.
We’ve also been slowly continuing our Thi3f streams. Making progress, stealing stuff, and not being as awful as we could be at the games. I do think I’ve fucked myself over in the hub world though. Tune in this weekend to enjoy that idiocy.
The site has slowly started to take shape again. I have our totally cool forums going which are absolutely a thing that will be super busy and not just kind of there for my own amusement. We’ve got proper stream embeds on the front page, which honestly is pretty okay. I’d like to make the embeds stay there even when people are offline, but that’s $50 I’m not super into spending right now. We’ve got a cute little not super effective widget showing the status of our Sven Co-op server at any given moment, assuming it hasn’t crashed. User registrations are opened back up, too.
Oh, and I suppose there have been a few more kuoushi streams lately. That’s pretty cool too. Just kicking around some games that are fun, and with a whole new layout and vaguely interactive elements for viewers. More to come on that latter front, but it’s coming together.
All in all, things are looking up for the kuoushi world. Not too sizable at the moment, but hey, we’re just getting back into the swing of things.
As I’m sure not many people noticed, the kuoushi.com site went down for about a week or two. Well, that’s done now and the site is back up, but it won’t have nearly as much on it as it used to because we’re going to mostly start again from scratch to try to get it to a nice place. That’s not going to be a thing that happens very soon, but I’ve been working on a lot of stuff to try to get back into streaming old HL games and Sven Co-op at least once a week or so, so hopefully that’ll be a thing to look forward to in the future.