FowlJ Plays (Various Games)
Hello there, everyone.
Prepare to be more bored than you have ever been in your entire life.
Yes, so, a while ago I decided to start recording myself playing video games and pretending that I was funny/interesting to watch. Because I'm delusional like that. There are two projects so far, a Zelda game, which is on indefinite hiatus due to lost footage I don't feel like re-recording yet, and the other is currently suffering from some problems with... lost footage.
Ya. My computer fucking hates me, is the message here.
There is another project I'm planning on starting, which I talked about in the most recent Dungeon Defenders episode I recorded. (You know, that one I listed as lost footage?) And while the video it does not exist in its original form, it is the real reason I'm creating this thread, rather than just sitting quietly in the corner of youtube posting videos of me talking to myself.
The goal of this project is to be more interesting/entertaining, as well as trying out something a little different. It is going to be The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (If and when it starts), and will be command driven, with viewers making all the major choices and myself playing through them to the best of my ability. As I don't actually have any viewers at this point in time, this thread is required for that to actually go anywhere. Before the project even starts, however, there is a choice to be made about it.
There are two ways that I might go about it. The first would be playing the game without any mods, at slightly higher than normal difficulty. Each time I die in this version, I scrap the character and make a new one to take their place. The second option would be for me to spend a little while making a mod to rebalance the game, making it far harder but at the same time fairer than the default system (hopefully). Since I would be dying a lot more, I most likely wouldn't be creating a new character every time I died, but I would probably try for re-rolling every three or so deaths.
So, the question is, would anyone be interested in this? And if so, which version of the LP? I realize I'm not particularly good, but I've been improving quite a bit already (not that you can see that because I keep fucking up my best recordings...).
So, opinions, suggestions, whatever. If nobody's interested I'll keep posting updates on my normal play-throughs here, but I figured it'd be something interesting to try.