Jon Snow practices the D.E.N.N.I.S. system.
best fucking thing i have ever seen haha
so here is a random new video i took bits and pieces of things i thought were funny from when me and my friends were playing and put it in this little collection, i will be doing this from time to time, although these do take a bit longer to edit cause we usually will have about 1-4 hours of footage recorded so i have to actually go through and watch it all and see if there is anything worth saving but expect this to come out every now and again and sometime we might even do a actual lets play, most likely when heist mode comes out then im sure we will be doing a lot of lets plays in that
so here is a last min video i made today its another spelunky daily which i havent done in a while it was a pretty good run till i fucked up and funny part is i called it that i would fuck up then too haha
oh snap its getting close to the end of lone survivor there is only one more video after this one, so if you havent watched any of these or you never seen this game played all the way through then you might want to start a marathon soon.
Richard Cobbett randomly installed 200 Skyrim mods without looking at them and then tried to play through the game.
What resulted is, in a weird way, almost more full of discovery and wonder than the already discovery-and-wonder-filled base game; as Cobbett heads from village to village, he has honestly no idea what he’s going to see next. Will he be ambushed by a dinosaur? Will he meet Triss Merigold from The Witcher 2? Will that bandit over the horizon wield a lightsaber rather than a short sword?
The whole adventure reads like the sort of crazy fan fiction that an eight-year-old would write, with characters and items from other fictional universes dropping in and out with no rhyme or reason.
It’s pretty great.
new lets play out for bothers a tale of two sons, i hope you enjoy
Chris Livingston’s sequel to his famous Living in Oblivion series. This time, Nondrick’s descendant, Nordrick, comes to the land of Skyrim and must abide by the same rules as his grandfather: he must eat and sleep every day, whilst avoiding adventure at all costs.
Where Living in Oblivion mainly centered around Nondrick’s attempts to run a profitable alchemy operation, his grandson Nordrick has to deal with matters…of the heart.
this is a amazing read if you like skyrim you should read this, i want to try this play style once it seems like a great adventure in its own way