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So, as some of you likely know – I started to stream games recently ( www.twitch.tv/faoohxsniperfox/… ) [If you've got a Twitch channel, feel free to throw a follow ]. Mainly old stuff – NES, GBA, etc – since I don’t have the means to stream current consoles just yet. I’m hoping that’ll change soon.
In preparation, I’ve been mulling over a possible schedule for streaming, once I’m able to do so in a much better fashion.
Any ideas for actual “titles” are well appreciated. IE: Friday is “WTFriday“, and Thursday is RetroHaven.
Saturday and Sunday aren’t listed as I can’t guarantee a stream on those days, being the weekend and all, that’s usually when other stuff happens – I’m not always home. So those days would be “whatever”, no specific game – just playing what I feel like, or taking requests if there are any.
Haven’t decided on a real timeframe yet, but likely twice a day, for a few hours each.
I haven’t put too much more thought into this, as I don’t know for sure if or when I’ll actually be able to really start doing it.
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In other news – I’m sure you’ve seen the Kickstarter links I’ve been posting: www.kickstarter.com/projects/s…
You’ve also likely seen how much of an effort I’ve been putting into ReviewHaven ( www.facebook.com/GameReviewHav… ), granted, I haven’t had a new review in a little while, I haven’t quite finished any of the games I plan to review yet, so they’re coming.
Anyway, I’d be eternally grateful if I could get a little help spreading the campaign around. Not asking for donations – though if you can, that’d be swell – just shares, really. If you’ve got a Twitter, tweet it.
If you have any ideas on what I might add as far as reward tiers go, shoot ‘em my way. Just keep in mind they have to be something feasible.
My name is James, I’m a freelance graphic designer currently based in the Tampa Bay area in Florida. I got my start in 2005. Like many, I started out with just simple editing – adding text, retouching. I then moved up to signature design and then finally on to actual graphic design.|
I primarily do logo and web design, with some print work – business cards, flyers, etc. I also do abstract art such as fractals, and abstract 3D renders. I’ve also recently gotten into motion graphics – though I doubt I’m going to do that professionally – it’s more of a hobby.
You can see some of what I consider to be my best work right here on my portfolio. You can also find me on Behance.
When I’m not diving head first into Photoshop, or Apophysis, I’m usually gaming. I’m an avid gamer – primarily on the Playstation 3, though I do some light gaming on my PC as well.
In my spare time, I like to write game reviews spanning multiple consoles – from retro [NES/Genesis] to present day [Playstation 3/360]