Here are the next seven episodes of our Eternal Darkness Let’s Play, after the cut!
Here’s the next lot of Sam & Max video’s, where I complete part two of Save the World. See the episodes after the more.
So, I’ve started a new solo venture to run alongside our other co-op-ed Let’s Plays. Instead of horror, I’m going to be playing and commentating on some of the many, many adventure-style and point-and-click games I own and love. I’m going to start off with the first of the most recent Sam & Max games, Save the World (a series of episodic short games).
Producing these videos was interesting, while a widescreen patch does exist, some elements of this first new season of Sam & Max don’t quite work, as they were designed for a 4:3 aspect ratio, so that’s what I’ll be playing it in. To cover the screen estate that most people will have left over, (as most people have 16:9 displays these days) I’ve applied some interesting affects in post. Later seasons have more widescreen support.
This week I’ve completed episode one – Culture Shock. Enjoy.
Hello again, here is the nest seven episodes of our Eternal Darkness Let’s Play, we’ve got lots more already recorded and being edited (as this is a process that takes time for us), but we’re very definitely moving towards the end of this Let’s Play.
Click the more for the episodes!
So, we’re finally back at it with Our Eternal Darkness: Sanity’s Requiem Let’s Play. We’re playing this one on the Wii, utilising it’s backwards compatibility, recording the game via our Hauppauge HD PVR 2, and our talking using Audacity in Windows 7.
I am the player, with both myself and Peter commentating. But! On to the videos, after the more tag.
Someday, someone may experience these bizarre events. Hopefully, they will find my notes useful.
So I’ve been experimenting with the Hauppauge Capture which is the software you use for capturing (in this case Wii footage – using component cables) from your Hauppauge device, which includes mine, the HD PVR 2 GE+.
Actually, I imagine you can use a few different programs to capture, but this seems to be the purpose-built one. Feel free to tell me if you’ve found something else. I haven’t tried the other bundled one, (ARCSoft?) since I have a video editor I’m already very happy about (KDEnlive).
We finally did. Let’s Play Silent Hill 3, now complete, in HD, widescreen, with corrected aspect ratio, game play by Scott, and myself and Peter commentating. We’ll be aiming to also finish Eternal Darkness: Sanity’s Requiem (expect posts soon) before moving on to Silent Hill 4.
Some quick Let’s Play stats:
A total of 42 videos (to SH2 40, SH 29).
A total of 8 hours, 17 minutes, and 3 seconds of footage (to SH2 7 hours, 50 minutes, and 93 seconds, SH 5 hours, 22 minutes, and 93 seconds).
A total of 6 Talkie episodes (to SH2 6, SH 4).
With Talkie time totalling 1 hour, 12 minutes, and 35 seconds (to SH2 1 hour, 11 minutes, and 52 seconds, SH 46 minutes, 86 seconds).
A total size of 18.1 GB (to SH2 18.2, SH 8.4).
And now, the videos.
I really did mean to post this weeks worth of videos a while ago. A huge huge while ago. So, this is our fifth week of Silent Hill 3 videos.
Beyond: Two Souls has been out for just over two months here in the UK, and both myself and Peter of Peter Reviews have each played it through. It’s been an…interesting experience, not without its negative points. I never did a full review of Quantic Dream’s Heavy Rain, (though you can read Peter’s full review here) but I consider it to be one of the best PS3 games made, and one of my favourite games in general. We pre-ordered Beyond: Two Souls at the first opportunity we had, there was no way we were going to miss it.
…But we have no games.
Yep, you read that right. And I assume it’s true for other people too.