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Streams from the coolest of the cool, kuoushi.
So this is apparently a sequel to another game from American McGee. My dumbass thought it was the only one in the series. Who knew? A lot of people, apparently.
Time to dive into the old Aliens vs Predator universe with one of the totally cool latest games.
Barkley, Shut Up and Jam: Gaiden, the most involved, wonderful basketball RPG you will ever play. Seriously. If you have to watch it through these streams, okay. But like, go play it also.
That time when kuoushi plays through all of Black Mesa in a post-baby world, and has to deal with being a parent while killing headcrabs and things. Also a bunch of guest co-comms hopping in.
One of the longest JRPGs we've ever played on stream, and probably one of the longest. Let's just say, it's long.
The Call of Juarez series, where men are men and possibly brothers, and women are just there to make the men more manly. Truly, the peak of writing and gameplay design.
Kuoushi takes a brief detour into the world of Call of Juarez with Gunslinger. Gotta shooty shoot the western bad guys.
One of the first games kuoushi streamed, Chrono Trigger is a historical look back at kuoushi from 2009.
(At present, these videos have terrible audio desync so they won't be uploaded until this has been fixed.)
Clive Barker's Jericho is a video game, to be sure. You do stuff in it that you do in video games, and it is spooky. I like Nightbreed better.
A sadly mostly lost set of streams, but Clock Tower is some top quality gaming.
The 3rd game in the Clock Tower series, and I don't think there's even a Scissorman?! Quality must not be the focus here.
The first of the Dark Souls games, not counting Demons Souls. Because I guess we shouldn't count it or something. It's a game, and it is known to be difficult. This means kuoushi will fail miserably.
So this is a fake old game I think? Honestly, it's a fun little thing and I had a good time.
A collection of multiplayer streams where old games with largely no active servers were played with friends. Not always a lot of people participating, but fun all the same.
We did a real Dead Island here. Just got them dead, and we be on an island.
Is it time for us to visit the totally not Twin Peaks world of Deadly Premonition, Zack? I don't know, maybe.
The good, old, discontinued Deadpool game. I like Deadpool. Maybe you will, too.
A short, freeware game in which many ducks are punched until they explode.
Totally not Jurassic Park or anything. Totally.
In which we play the game Dishonored and pretend we're stealthy for 2 seconds before murdering absolutely everything in sight with rats or something. I don't know, pretty standard stuff.
The mighty last NES Dragon Quest game, the best they could put on the NES. Unfortunately for us, it's not that exciting.
A collection of cool times when kuoushi was cool and streamed Dwarf Fortress without any real goal or aim. Just living. Just dwarving.
Earthbound, where kuoushi makes regrettable and questionable decisions in naming characters. I'm sorry.
Highwang and Kuoushi delve into the depths of F.3.A.R. which doesn't really need the periods since it's not an acronym anymore kind of?
F.E.A.R. 2 is a game that is spooky and has something to do with a girl who is spooky named Alma. I know a lot about the lore of this game, so be prepared for a breakdown of what's going on in every second of the game. Also, I've never played the first F.E.A.R.
Ah yes, a dive into Japan's horror depths with spooky twins and ghost cameras. I'm sure this game is taken very seriously.
We're whalers of the moon, we carry a harpoon.
Once upon a time when kuoushi started actually streaming, he streamed FF6 over the course of 3 days before deciding on a two hour limit and moving on to Chrono Trigger. Then, he came back and did FF6 again but "for real". This is that second time.
Though a short set of streams at a mere 2, Full Throttle holds a special place in the heart of kuoushi as it is a bit of nostalgia. Games I played when I was but a young lad.
It is time for kuoushi to develop an on brand game in the old Game Dev Tycoon. We'll totally do it.
One of them there very few officially licensed Goldsrc engine games. A lot of fun, and certainly a thing to play.
It's time to get into another Homefront game. This will obviously go very well.
Surely, this adventure game that's like a murder mystery can't go off the rails and have us fighting the internet or something? Surely? kuoushi enjoys some Indigo Prophecy.
A game that should be good, but has too many systems and things that one poor idiot can't do well with on a blind playthrough. Wonder who that is.
So, it's a horror game, and it has atmosphere and jump scares. Naturally kuoushi's reactions to it will be small and not particularly remarkable. That sounds facetious but I'm being honest, I don't react much.
Kuoushi's second set of longform streams, these further solidified kuoushi as a belligerent dick who complains about stuff.
kuoushi playing a Zelda series game is always a bad time, especially when playing an N64 game that should have analog output, but instead only having a digital input device. Quality.
More Zelda games? When I dislike them? I guess so. This one just kind of doesn't really have the same appeal though, and we never finished our playthrough.
Time to dick around with boatdad for a while. He's a good guy, I guess.
A short RPG Maker game with a nice aesthetic and some decent music. Neat, to be sure.
This game is damn long, and we totally played through the whole things. Good for me, kuoushi, the guy playing it. Yep.
Kuoushi starts a dive into the realm of the SaGa games, having really enjoyed the idea of them in general. Makai Toushi SaGa is the first game in the series, and it's time to play the WonderSwan upgade for it.
One of the best stealth games to hit the market in a long while. Yes, I will tell you to get and play this game if you haven't already. Also ninjas. Yes, I pluralized that with an s.
Ah yes, another of the many Mega Man games we've played. This one features robot bosses. Oh, wait I think that's all of them.
One of the many Megaman games we played. You know what you're getting into, watch at your own risk.
One of them first person console shooters, just a generic one that no one remembers. Who even knows what the Metroid series is about, anyway?
Time to fall off edges for hours on end. Seriously.
It's time to dive into the world of Mortal Kombat with a strange single player story mode starring the worst main character, named main character.
The much sought after Mother 3, a game that Nintendo likes to forget exists and ignore any demand for it to be officially brought to the West.
A side-scrolling game that's difficult, but not so overly so that you want to kill yourself once you've succeeded.
A multi-year stream where we go back and forth and lose a ton of archives. At least there's an ending?
kuoushi is a very forward-thinking, pro-feminism man. His continued name choices for strong, independent women characters does not reflect his actual... Okay, maybe I'm a bit of a dick sometimes.
That time when kuoushi got stuck in a modern game and ran around playing hide and seek basically every single game.
A short jaunt into a western world with all the cool stuff that entails. Which is really cool. Trust me.
The first of kuoushi's foray into survival horror games on the PSX, also the start of a franchise. It's okay.
This wonderful set of streams comes complete with co-op gameplay by Highwang.
This samurai gunman can't be stopped, because he's a samurai and he's got a gun. No, not Musashi Gundoh.
In which kuoushi learns that Pokemon should never have been the cool franchise from these guys, and robots are always better. Robotrek time.
Maybe it wasn't the best idea to play this in Japanese and try to live interpret it as we go, but that's what I did. If we come back to this, it'll just be the Steam version in English.
Another SaGa title in the great kuoushi SaGa run of 2015. Just don't go into this looking for some kind of closure.
The DS port of SaGa 2, which is very neat and cool and all. 2nd in our SaGa series.
The third in our SaGa adventures, and we're doing the updated DS port which makes it much more like the SaGa games instead of the weird Final Fantasyesque version that was on the Gameboy original.
Saturdays started off as largely drunk streams where kuoushi got relatively wasted and played whatever short form games he wanted, but they ended up being sober more often than not as time went on. They took on a multiplayer focus at a certain point as well, with many viewers and guests coming in to play.
The acclaimed sequel to Secret of Mana, as streamed by kuoushi. It's basically the same game. Pretty much.
The third series in a long line of quality kuoushi content.
Secret of Mana was cool, so the Japanese sequel is probably going to be cool, right?
Who keeps letting kuoushi play souls-like games? I mean, sure there's a reason for him to stream this one, but still.
One of those indie games using the Serious Sam franchise, and honestly a pretty neat game overall. Definitely worth a bit of play time.
Ah yes, the latest Shadow Warrior game. It's fun to be a degenerate weeb and mostly just do katana only.
That time kuoushi played a game he actually liked and wasn't suffering but no one liked seeing kuoushi happy. I still like this game.
Streams in this category will generally be one-offs that weren't played on a Saturday or otherwise special stream like a birthday. An eclectic mix of games that kuoushi did no service to in his streaming endeavors.
A game kuoushi states that he likes? Sounds preposterous, but watch here to find out more.
Truly, the greatest open world game set in Hong Kong where you beat people up and do all sorts of other related shit. I guess that's a narrow enough scope where it's not inaccurate?
This game has something to do with Terranigma maybe? I really don't know. But it is a game, and kuoushi played it.
Streams where we celebrate various different things that aren't necessarily a short or a Saturday stream or whatever. Just kind of things that don't fit in anywhere else. Like 24 hour streams, I guess?
One of the better games on the NES, it's Startropics! Surely, kuoushi won't quit before finishing this game.
The sequel to the amazing Startropics 1, it is Startropics II. I don't actually remember how I felt about this one.
The longest of the long streams that we've done on this site. Suikoden II is a behemoth of a stream that will surely go down in history as, well, a stream.
A quick break to a random game where we adventure islands and it's all cool and stuff. Kind of like a weird side-scroll Startropics?
The wonderful Super Mario RPG, as played by a moron.
One of the leaders of the new wave of hard as balls platformers. Not the first in the genre, but certainly one of the more well-known. Also, I suck at platforming.
The trilogy of Star Wars games on the SNES, all played horribly with savestate abuse running rampant. The height of entertainment.
Time to slap some dudes in the face while performing the best surgery known to man.
So this is a game, and it's some real anime shit. You've got all your tropes here. Cool, I guess?
Another longform RPG stream from the early days of kuoushi's run, started on Moody's birthday.
Should we escape from this prison using toilet paper and other improvised tools? Yeah, probably.
It's time to play the most boring of the PSX JRPGs. Really scraping the bottom of the barrel. We don't even finish this. If you like this game, I'm sorry.
Adventure games are hardly something I'd say I enjoy often. Let's see how that applies to this wonderful game.
Is kuoushi good at side-scrolling games? Decidedly not, but hey, we still play them. This one looks neat, I guess?
This game doesn't deserve to be in the Thief series, but I guess it is so here's a stream of it? The streams are also wonderful kuoushi quality. Look out for the fully silent stream towards the end because no one mentioned the mic was muted.
It is time for a dip into games that kuoushi actually enjoys, and start a new chapter in the life of the stream -- stealth games played slowly and terribly.
The third game in the wonderful Thief saga, Thi3f sets itself apart by being a broken console mess. Surely, mods can only improve it. Surely?
It is time to play Tits McGee's adventures in totally abandoned tombs and uh, I don't really know what else to say here. You know what Tomb Raider 2 is.
The first game in the wonderful Wild Arms series where we get bogged down in random encounters but hey, the game's neat I guess?
The 2nd game in the strange world of Zeno Clash from those fellas in Ace Team. Still one of my favorite worlds to dive into and just punch things.