Just a quick update on what we’re up to. Getting back into posting regularly has been on my to-do list for a while and I figured now was a good time to start.
We’re up to 7 “let’s play” videos now over on our Youtube channel, Sucky Gamers. 4 of Alan Wake and 3 of Bioshock. Later today we should be uploading part 4 of Bioshock as well, so be on the lookout for that. We’ve also been working on a posting schedule to make sure everything is being released consistently. Right now we’re trying to post a video every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday.
Here’s our most recent Alan Wake video:
Also, be sure to vote on our poll for what to play next. So far there have been no votes but we really want to know what people would like to see. We have a few one-offs that will be posted in the near future, but before we dedicate a lot of time into some let’s plays, we want to make sure it’s something people want to see.
We’ve been having a lot of fun now that we’ve figured out how to record and edit our gameplay. Being limited to PC games has been a little frustrating though since we’ve both traditionally been console gamers. In fact, in our collection of games, PC games make up one of the smallest categories, and some of our favorite games of all time were on the N64 and PS2.
With that in mind I started looking into options for recording from those devices as well. As it turns out, it’s far less expensive than I had imagined. We’ve put a few pieces of hardware on our wishlist and we might be up and running sometime in the early parts of 2015.
I always forget about Humble Bundle, but I have gotten some great deals there in the past. Essentially, these people put together sets of games and you pay what you want for them. The money you spend is then donated in different ways, which you get to choose during checkout. The games you get depend on how much you’re willing to donate.
This week’s bundle is RPG based and for just over $5 you can get 6 games. You can spend less than that and still get 3 games, but come on, where else are you going to get 6 games for under $10. All the games can be redeemed on Steam and then downloaded to your library just like when you purchase from Steam.
These bundles are a great way to add to your collection while helping a good cause.