I will say that I tend to watch video content instead of read a article someone has wrote. I certainly still read some stuff like this forum post and whatever articles Patrick puts on this site but that pales in comparison to the insane amount of GB video content I've watched over the years. Although in the past all we had was a bunch of text in magazines and I spend a lot of time reading different gaming magazines so it seems like the written word should still be effective. Finding the balance between writing something and video content doesn't seem like a easy task. In the end it's all about the kind of content people produce and if the viewer wants to read/watch it.
Continuing the trend of editing seemingly random niche games this week I took some time to fill out The Witch and the Hundred Knight. I figured it at least deserved more detail than just a small overview. The game itself is actually a fun action rpg too.
Well from last year the one thing I'm definitely going to do is test every game before I decide to try to stream it. Anyway my extra life page is here and my twitch stream is here. I'm not sure if I'm going to take the lazy approach by streaming games that came out in Sept/Oct or do a lot of prep work to set up a gaming across a generation type of setting. So I would play a game or two from each console going from NES to GCN. I'll post again when I have a full schedule on my twitch page.
Watching all of the finals with the GB chat on the side was a great experience this year. I'm not sure if it was the chat or what but once I saw Luffy fighting his way to the top I was rooting for him. It's good to see a article like this on GB.
@syz: I was pretty much willing to pay for any DLC character in this game but I'll never say no to free. Another game taking the Skullgirls approach of giving away dlc characters for a week is nice to see.