Lost in the plot : streaming story-based games

Lost in the plot : streaming story-based games

The last few months of my stream have mainly moved away from anything competitive; I’ve been playing games that I’ve been meaning to cross off my list for one reason or another, and the idea (like many people will tell you) is to play while focusing on my enjoyment.

My next steps to dealing with the panic of choice in Dota

My next steps to dealing with the panic of choice in Dota

It’s really easy to panic when faced with game-deciding decisions, but it can also be nerve-wracking to break the habit of doing what’s comfortable.

Nightstalking: a look at Suramar as a functioning city

Nightstalking: a look at Suramar as a functioning city

When I first picked up World of Warcraft in 2005, I had a grandiose idea of how it would be; the concept of an MMORPG was always appealing to me because of everyone playing in the same world, and I expected it to be vibrant, active, and thriving.

An RPG Project Draft

An RPG Project Draft

I’ve been craving getting into a new project lately since my break. Mostly, I’ve wanted to come up with something that I would ideally enjoy doing even if no one were to watch it — ideally, I would be okay just doing it for the sake of it.

I thought about reviving BetterDota, but after a couple streams I found I wasn’t enjoying Dota at the level I’d need to in order to focus on grinding out MMR. Instead, I turned to what I like playing when I don’t really have any other obligations: RPGs.