I’m Done Being a Content Creator. by Carlos Eiene (insaneintherainmusic) for YouTube
What a transparent and honest way to kickstart 2022. Carlos’ words ring true with my own story of realizing I didn’t want to play the game of chasing games journalism. I have a passion for writing and video games, not the game of making it my job (as that game currently stands). Carlos has worked extremely hard and is fortunate enough to have actually make producing these covers his job. He’s made a big move to start 2022, which sounds like the right one after listening to him.
Sinnoh Fusion Ensemble Live at Berklee Caf (October 11 2019) by insaneintherainmusic on YouTube
I know I am nearly two years late, but hot dog this is wonderful. I’ll forever be indebted to Logan Moore for introducing me to Carlos Eiene aka insaneintherainmusic last year when I was at his house for The Game Awards. These jazz arrangements quickly joined my regular rotation of music while working and traveling.
Then while I’ve been reminiscing my days of play Pokémon Diamond on the Nintendo DS for my review of Delta, I also remembered Logan saying that insaneintherainmusic was spending 2020 recording an album of the Pokémon Diamond/Pearl/Platinum music. That would be Sinnohvation and I have been listening for over a week straight now.
I really loving seeing these musicians in action. It’s a treat and I think you’d enjoy it too.
By Max Roberts
At a distance, Firewatch is a good looking package. It has a gorgeous art style, stellar acting, an allure of mystery and intrigue. When pulling back the layers of the orange and yellow hued packaging, there is a grounded story of one man’s lot in life. Campo Santo’s debut game has stuck with me like sap on a tree; it’s careful cultivation of story, world design, and themes seep out of the digital cracks to create a deeply rooted first person experience.
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Folks, here it is! The moment you have all been waiting for. For quite a while now, I have been teasing a big project for this summer on my vlogs. Shrouded in mystery, this project has teased your minds for quite some time. I am pleased to announce that the project was to create a Let’s Play.
For those of you unfamiliar with the term, a Let’s Play is a video series that has a person or persons play a game through from start to finish with commentary. It shows off the game while providing commentary, which is usually comedic. For a long time now I have wanted to create a Lets’ Play. There are plenty of games that I would love to share my passion for with others. The Sly Cooper games, Paper Mario and the Thousand Year Door, and others come to mind as projects I would love to create. Hopefully one day I can, but those titles will require way more time.
With work all summer and a few surprise trips, I needed a shorter title to share with my viewers. Then Shovel Knight came along! My love for Shovel Knight is no secret. As my Game of the Year for 2014, Shovel Knight holds a special place in my heart. It also happens to be shorter than the games I originally wanted to show. It’s a win-win!
Finally the Let’s Play is done! From the recording phase all the way to the uploading process! Check out the YouTube playlist below with all 12 episodes!
Now my biggest goal with this Let’s Play is not ad revenue, view counts, or praise. What I would love to gain from this experience is constructive criticism! Why? So I can make better videos in the future! So please, if you have any thoughts on how I can make a better product, please comment below or on the YouTube videos in question! Thanks everyone and I hope you enjoy my first Let’s Play!!