Game Graveyard and Patreon!

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Credits don’t go to me, I’m not actually sure who originally produced this, but saw it on Twitter and thought it was fitting.

Moving on though, yes there will be new content soon. I’ve been buying some new equipment recently for recording and I’m preparing to invest my time (and money) pretty heavily into this. However, I’m unsure in where things are going to go and how I’ll do things, so prepare for a lot of experimentation (not that there hasn’t been any already).

Currently, the plan is to get recording equipment so that I can actually do analysis videos, where I go into greater detail into some of what you see in videos, but another thing I’ve been looking into is, well, essentially “Let’s Plays”. Now I know, how are LPs relevant to this website? Well as you know I recently started doing a playthrough of Prey, because I feel it’s somewhat underrated and thought while it’s good to cover games in their earlier forms, it’s also important that people are aware of what the final product looked like. I want to throw my voice into the mix because it gives me a chance to talk about certain aspects of the game that I’m aware might have changed or generally go into finer detail on certain matters.

I have actually already tried this in an additional Prey video, that’s yet to be made public, which also includes a web-cam view of myself, which could be pushing it a little, but I really need more feedback before I can decide on what works and what doesn’t. I’m not the most confident individual either, so trying to adapt myself is rather difficult but all round I think this would be a positive thing so long as I can make it both entertaining but more importantly, informative.



I have recently started a Patreon. So if anyone wants to, they can both support the content being produced here but also receive something of a reward in return. I’m not completely familiar with Patreon so this is rather new to me, but I can’t emphasize enough how much your support matters to this websites continuation and generally means to me.

While there’s a lot of information on the page regarding the work I do, essentially your support means I can put more work in towards the quality of content I deliver and time I can put into it.