Don’t Want the Smoke! – Overwatch Live Stream

 

Am I willing to partake in Twitch drama if it helps me raise my clout? I answer this question during my latest Overwatch stream! Between the triumphant wins and the salty losses, we also discuss coping with jealousy as a streamer, missing dim sum in this current state of the world, and I unveil a new Channel Points reward. Night vision activate!

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Getting Off On the Wrong Foot with Indivisible (For Reasons That Aren’t Its Fault)

Powered by gorgeous visuals in-game and within cutscenes, Indivisible makes one heck of a first impression. And yet, I was almost completely repulsed by it for reasons beyond its control.

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My Fave Games in Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics (So Far)

Not every game in Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics is a bop. Shooting Gallery is marred by terrible motion controls that need to be reset every few seconds. Toy Boxing largely boils down to being a button-masher. And the card game War is never fun in any form.

Even so, the good outweigh the bad by a solid margin. Within that “good” pile also exist of a few faves that I keep coming back to. When I boot up Nintendo’s latest compilation, these are my go-to games!

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Letting The Last of Us 2 Hype Train Pass By

The hottest game in the world right now is The Last of Us 2. Continuing the story of Ellie from the original, the sequel has received as much critical acclaim as the original. For the time being, I’m going to sit this one out.

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Easing Out of Animal Crossing: New Horizons

From year-round events, to hundreds of villagers to meet, to the struggle of paying off your mortgage, Animal Crossing games are generally designed with longevity in mind. With New Horizons, it’s probably the best equipped in the series to keep players engaged for years to come.

I’ll certainly pop back in from time-to-time to manage my turnips and partake in major events. However, my daily grind is probably over at this point. And that’s okay.

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Toxic Relationship! – Stardew Valley Live Stream – Part 8

I know Haley and I don’t always see eye-to-eye when it comes to our romance. But I didn’t think we were that far apart! It’s…going to take me some time to heal. We end up spending a lot of time in the mines as a means of coping with the stress of a love unrequited. At the end, I unveil some of my tentative plans for a new streaming PC!

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New Wins Record! – Tetris 99 Live Stream

Thanks to some new tech I’ve implemented on the stream, you now get a chance to blast the air horn and check in on Snorlax whenever you want! Oh yeah, we also play some Tetris 99, discuss the details of my Nintendo Switch “surgery”, and close out the show with a discussion on video game waifus and husbandos!

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Content Efficiency: Get the Most Out of Your Content By Turning One Piece Into Many

When In Third Person expanded into the world of video many moons ago, I did so with an eye on efficiency. The first video I ever uploaded to the In Third Person YouTube channel effectively turned into two pieces of content when I wrote a post about it on WordPress. Doing so gave me the opportunity to add supplemental video content to my written work while also establishing a presence on a new platform for others to discover me. If you want to count auto posts from my blog to Twitter, then that one video turns into three.

As I’ve expanded my presence in other mediums and platforms, the concept of efficiency has become even more important. While the workload is already too much for me to handle, I’m still able to crank out a lot by being as economical as I can with the pieces I make.

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Married Couple Battle in Yahtzee! – Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics Live Stream

Steff and I’s ongoing Yahtzee battle spills onto the stream! Will our relationship recover after all of the shade thrown and salt generated in Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics? As we threw dice, we also discuss what flavours of ice cream are the best. Which flavour is your favourite?

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Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics Review

Does the world need another Clubhouse Games?

Before the advent of smartphones, Clubhouse Games on the Nintendo DS was quite the novelty. Compilations of these classic games that could be played on-the-go didn’t exist at the time. Though I only played a bit of it, my mom bought her own DS so she could play it to her heart’s content without having to bug my brother or I for our handhelds.

Not long after, smartphones, app stores, and free-to-play games emerged to the forefront. Most of the classic games contained in Clubhouse Games were the first to make the transition. Heck, some of the games within the new Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics already have cheap alternatives on the Nintendo Switch eShop. Do you really need to pay a premium for Nintendo’s versions of these games?

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