Long before I became personally invested in the Pokemon Trading Card Game, I was familiar with the pack opening formula. Steff introduced me to this style of content a few years back when she would watch UnlistedLeaf, one of the largest creators when it comes to this type of Pokemon pack-opening content.
Even though I knew nothing about the card game, I enjoyed the inherent adrenaline loop. As each card was presented, the tension would build for what rare card was at the end of this pack. Then the rare would get revealed and the adrenaline would be released, whether the card ended up being flashy or not. Our interest in the content grew to the point where we would buy packs from the Dollar Store to create our own budget version of the experience.
Since then, this type of content has exploded in popularity due to the pandemic and Logan Paul joining in on the action among other factors. The hype is so fierce that card supply at stores is strained at best (or nonexistent at worst).
Furthermore, I myself have gotten into the game. Looking at this content again from the lens of a new player, my feelings towards this content has evolved.
In order to get the information on Yennefer’s whereabouts, we’ve got to take down a griffin for the Nifgaardians. Geralt gets sidetracked with a few menial tasks along the way, but this Witcher 3 stream ends with a chaotic battle against the big bird! During our quest, I take a moment to share all the new toys and art in my game room, and rant about my fascination with Kidz Bop. Yes, really.
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Better late than never? I give the Witcher 3 a shot in this live stream! Apologies to everyone who watched this live, as the bit rate was awful. Hoping to fix that in the near future! But for now, here it is in full quality!
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[NOTE: I try my best to avoid spoilers]
Confession: I’m not very far in Luigi’s Mansion 3. Was hoping to be done before the launch, but life has a funny way of stifling one’s gaming time. For now, it takes a seat at the top of my backlog as Pokemon Sword and Shield take precedence. From the bit I’ve played, I can definitively tell you this one thing: its opening sequence is really special.
Just missed the launch day hype due to shipping issues, but the wall-crawler is always ready to save the day! Let’s take down the Kingpin in Spider-Man and let me get into the specifics on how the shopping process for this game has been stressing me out for over a year now!