It’s been a while!
We’re still here, exploring the depths of what makes a great game! (Or ruins it.)
Last time I talked about how fast travel ruins games. Today, we’re throwing some dirt on quest markers.
But something’s a little different. Because instead of writing, we’re actually on camera.
Quest markers are ruining games!
It’s pretty long, a whoppin’ 1 hour and 23 minutes. And mostly “podcast style”.
(That’s what youtubers say when they mean “long and scarcely edited”. The more you know!)
The great thing is that Youtube allows you to set the speed of videos, so you can watch us at 1.5x or 2x speed! That shortens the video to around 55 or 41 minutes!
(Uhh, that’s still pretty long…)
But! The video isn’t all that heavy on anything worth seeing, so you can listen to us while you work or travel!
Hopefully you enjoy it! We don’t have any fancy editing magic, but we do have a whole load of thoughts on the subject!
There’s other stuff, too!
We’ve actually been making these videos for quite some time now, so there’s quite a lot of stuff to watch (or listen).
We’ve talked about things such as
- gaming swag (the physical stuff that used to come with games)
- food mechanics (how games incorporate food and eating)
- financing (how games affect our perception of money and its usage)
Additionally, there’s a whole bunch of reviews about games we’ve played (Brütal Legend, Wingspan, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Carrion and much more).
And! We’re in the process of making a whole retrospective about the Kunio-kun series! Feel free to subscribe or at least check and refresh our channel once a week if that sounds like something you’d like to know about!
And uhh, since it’s an Owl Basket channel, there’s also a lot of time-lapse videos about the creation our webcomic, Realm of Owls, for our lovely and hooty patrons. Since you’re here, I assume you care more about games than comics, so feel free to ignore them (or check them out, who am I to tell you what to do)!
We could use some feedback!
Any thoughts on our content or format? Do you agree or disagree with our thoughts? Do you prefer reading the articles or watching/listening to videos? Would you prefer shorter, edited content or are these laid-back videos better? Does it bother you that there’s more than just gaming related videos on the channel?
Let us know!
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