Join TWOTALL4UFOOL, Our View Gaming, and I for Episode 23 of the Game ‘N Watch Podcast

The Game N’ Watch Podcast is run by TWOTALL4UFOOL and Our View Gaming. This week, they invited me on to talk about games with them! Some of the topics we discussed include the ridiculous amount of money PlayStation Network generated in 2018, how Xbox Live is “sort of” coming to the Nintendo Switch and other non-Microsoft platforms, and the news of Nintendo having 8 million subscribers so far for its online service.

Head over to PodBean to listen to Episode 23 of the Game N’ Watch Podcast!

Thank you Justin and Fines for having me! Make sure you give the show a listen and then thank them by subscribing to their show on whatever platform you use for podcasts!

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An Interview by TWOTALL4UFOOL of Yours Truly

A little while back, fellow gaming blogger TWOTALL4UFOOL reached out to me in order to conduct an interview. It’s an honour to be the focus of one!

Here’s a sneak peek of what you’ll find there, but I highly encourage you to read the whole interview on his site!

2T: How do you manage your time between making videos, blogging about video games, and well…. playing the games?

J: Very poorly.

With years of practice, I developed good habits that enabled me to have written content published at a set interval. On top of that, writing is an activity that can be done anywhere on basically any device.

Including video to the mix has completely disrupted my workflow. What I didn’t anticipate going into this was how much work goes into everything outside of playing games. From pre-show prep, to all of the work that has to happen afterwards to repurpose that stream as blog or social content is a massive time sink. At this point, the only time I really have to play games is when I’m streaming them. It’s not a great balance and it can’t stay like this forever.

I enjoy gaming on stream and engaging with everyone in the chat, so that will continue to be a part of my content mix going forward. What I need to do now is slow down, really think about all of these tasks that make In Third Person tick, and refine my workflow so that I can achieve a better balance in the long run

Interview #9: Jett from In Third Person

Thank you again TWOTALL4UFOOL for the interview! Make sure to check out his site and his Game ‘N Watch podcast!