I wanted to announce the start of my Let’s Play ESO: Clockwork City dlc series! This will be an immersive let’s play done by me, venturing through Clockwork City! We are getting a head start on the series since the prologue quest, Of Knives and Long Shadows, is available now! If you’re interested in seeing the playlist, click here. If not, I did include the first video on this post, along with some pictures of interesting notes and journals I read during my playtime that you may not have time to read in the video!
I have started my new Let’s Play ESO: Morrowind series! I will be heading through Elder Scrolls Online Morrowind chapter with a brand new warden character! Of course I carry out the prologue quest on an existing character beforehand though. Head to my youtube channel to find it, or head to this page!
It’s here! Now that Journal has wrapped up I’m moving on to a new short game for a Let’s Play on youtube! The Cave was suggested by a youtube subscriber!
Here’s a snippet about The Cave from Green Man gaming:
The Cave is a new adventure game from Monkey Island and Maniac Mansion creator Ron Gilbert, and Double Fine Productions, the award-winning studio behind Psychonauts and Brütal Legend.
Assemble your team of three from seven unlikely adventurers, each with their own unique personalities and stories, then descend into the mysterious depths to explore locations including a subterranean amusement park and a medieval castle, not to mention a fully armed and ready-to-launch nuclear tipped ICBM. The Cave awaits.”
I’m excited to try out this cross between a puzzle and adventure game!
As for a schedule, The Cave will be playing on Saturdays to replace Journal, which has now wrapped up!
We did it! We found out what lies Kurog had and save Wrothgar! Hopefully Wrothgar and Orsinium thrive from this point forward!
There was a lot of denial, confusion and threats in the ESO Orsinium playthrough. We started thinking we know what to do and who to trust but that was thrown for a loop multiple times!
At least we met Eveli! Eveli was sweet and when danger came her way I was afraid, but out little wannabe hero pulled through!
I didn’t find items for the museum, as I never did find the very first one! We did find a few of them in our travels that we were not asked to find yet though. I think in my off time I’ll be exploring Orsinium and finding those items for the museum! No rebuilt city should be without a proper museum!
Thanks for your support during this playthrough! I sure had a blast!
If you’re wondering what is next… I will be adding 1 extra episode per week to the Skyrim Let’s Play (Sunday), and the other 2 days I will be adding to my Let’s Try playlist which features one off episodes of me playing games and you can vote on if you would like to see a full let’s play! What comes after I’ve got a few of those out is a secret though!
It’s here! My monthly channel update is live!
If you’re a Bizzygoat (a gamewisp subscriber) you already saw the video a couple days ago, but for the majority of folks it went live today! If you would like a sneak peak at my monthly channel update early, as well early access to my “short” let’s play on youtube you can sign up for the appropriate Bizzygoat tier!
Journal is currently my short Let’s Play and I already plan on replacing it with The Cave! The Cave was a game suggested for a fantastic Youtube subscriber quite awhile back! This will be my first Let’s Play on youtube that will not feature a facecam. The Cave will be taking up Journal’s slot on Saturdays!
ESO Orsinium isn’t exactly being replaced yet. I’m between a couple games I want to play next as my “medium-sized” Let’s Play so I have something different planned. I would like to build up my Let’s Try playlist! Let’s Try is my playlist full of one episode Let’s Plays where I’m just checking out a game and playing it, and will wait for you guys to vote on if I should stream it, youtube it, or forget it! I’m not sure how many I’ll make but hopefully I’ll figure out a good medium let’s play to replace ESO Orsinium with by the end of March! Oh, Let’s Try episodes will be showing on Wednesdays and Fridays!
Oh wait. What about Sunday? Sunday was an ESO Orsinium day too you know!
I’ve got a special surprise for you! Once ESO Orsinium completes I will be replacing the Sunday episode with… *drumroll* another Skyrim episode! Hoorah! You guys have been asking non-stop for more Skyrim and I’d love to be able to get farther in it faster.. so it’s coming! Skyrim will start having 3 episodes per week instead of two!
Speaking of Skyrim. One day, that let’s play will end. I don’t think that will be anytime soon, but it will happen at some point. I’d love to know what long let’s play you guys want to see! I have a poll up here on MissBizzPlays.com (look on the right hand side.. scroll down a bit maybe). These are some games I’m considering right now. Be sure to vote so your say is taken into account! As well, BizzyGoat subscribers will be given a second vote when Skyrim is winding down!
Oh! Something I missed in the video. I’ll be releasing three new ESO Guides this month! The first one will be a new (and updated) Grouping Tool guide including all the new features coming with the Thieves Guild DLC, and a Quick & Basic Blacksmithing guide! The third guide will be released in late March and is a surprise!
What’s new with the Twitch stream? Well! I’m not changing a whole lot. I still am streaming 3 times per week (You can see my schedule here), and at the same times. I’ll be keeping up with the amazing Elder Scrolls Online on Wednesday’s and Friday’s, but will have a schedule of it’s own for Sundays!
First and foremost remember that The Elder Scrolls Online brand new Thieves Guild DLC comes out on March 7th! I’ll definitely be playing through this DLC on stream – as I won’t be doing a full let’s play of it.
Secondly, Sundays now have a plan! I’ll be alternating between Alan Wake and Fallout 4 for Sunday streams. I kind of hope I get my shit together and hook up my PS3 so I can squeeze in a stream of Beyond: Two Souls.. but that’s not for sure! You can be sure you’ll see some awesome Fallout 4 gameplay though, and some spooky Alan Wake!
That’s my plan for March! Oh, and my birthday is this month too 🙂
The journey from playing games to streaming them was an interesting one. The journey from streaming games to creating let’s plays was even more interesting!
On my journey of creating Let’s Plays for youtube there have been a lot of emotions and lessons learned. It’s been a rollercoaster of having fun, to feeling like my content is garbage, right back up to a high. It’s crazy. I have had to re-record and edit six episodes for a single series, I’ve scrapped entire games, re-played a game to get caught up to re-record episodes, went through countless hours trying to figure out why suddenly my audio was fuzzy to it just magically getting better one day! (I still have no idea what fixed it…)
One thing I always heard about, was the need to find a “niche” for your youtube channel. Of course, play what is fun. The more fun I have playing a game, the funner it is to watch! I imagine if you started watching someone who did racing games – if they suddenly switched to pokemon.. you may not be overly impressed.
I always wondered what my niche is, or should be. I had no idea. I actually prefer AAA games over indie titles, although as I venture out more I notice there are quite a few indie titles that I have a great time playing.
Then I just figured it out. My niche in Blind Let’s Plays.
This kind of goes against how my youtube channel originally started (Making guides for ESO) – but as for my Let’s Plays, it’s definitely it!
I then started to think about why that is. I know why. I hate playing games twice. To be honest, before I got a few short indie titles under my belt (due to youtube) I don’t think I’ve honestly ever even finished a game! I get distracted and move on too easily. So that’s why I do blind let’s plays. If I didn’t do them blind, you’d probably never see me play it… because I’ll probably never play it again.
So, I hope you enjoy blind let’s plays. Watching me figure out a game for the first (and probably last) time, grasping at the story as it unfolds and learning new mechanics (and keybinds!). I sure enjoy making them!