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Duck Walking Through Assassin’s Creed Unity (Time Lapse)   Leave a comment

The streaming quality was so-so in my previous video. Whenever I have too much movement going on, the screen starts tearing and pixelating. Unless I’m directly connected to the Internet, my stream quality will be a downgrade. I managed to get my Live Gamer Portable working on PS4. I can get 1080P HD resolution. Only problem is it can’t get to 60FPS at 1080P. Good thing is AC Unity maxes out at 30FPS on consoles, I believe.

So this is a first for my channel and for this series: Duck Walking.

In previous AC games (AC3, AC4, and AC Rogue), crouching is contextual. There is no dedicated crouch button. Your character automatically crouches when you’re near a hiding spot like tall grass, plants, and when you’re stalking a target. AC Unity introduced a crouch button. This means you could crouch walk throughout the entire game as long as you’re not running. This is me duck walking through the main game maps (Versailles and Paris) to see how long it takes cross.

Music:
Duck Tales – The Moon (Mega Drive Soundfont) by Num-Kirby

I’m done.

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Strolling Through Assassin’s Creed Unity (Time Lapse)   Leave a comment

I haven’t played the rest of the Assassin’s Creed franchise in the current gen consoles. I’m working my way up from Unity to Odyssey right now. Of all the stories I’ve played so far, Unity’s is the most tragic.

It’s been a while since my last Assassin’s Creed videos. I decided to try and record walking through the main game maps (Versailles and Paris) live with PS4.

Music from Assassin’s Creed Unity:
On Father’s Watch
Versailles for Sore Eyes
Artists: Chris Tilton, Sarah Schachner

I’m done.

Sprinting and Strolling Through Yakuza 5 (Time Lapse)   Leave a comment

This was a pretty difficult game to go around the cities with invisible barriers, corners, NPC crowding, and random fights. I had to equip Silent Shoes and Beads of Good Fortune special items to remove random enemy encounter altogether.

I stuck to the major cities in the game and changed to the playable characters that have access to them. Since the walk/run animations and speeds are different for each character, the times are not as accurate.

I’m done.

LEGO Ideas – Adventure Time   Leave a comment

I bought this set last year at Toys R Us. And just like Toys R Us, Adventure Time recently wrapped up it’s 10th and final season with a one-hour special episode. I’m no longer a child, but you’re never too young to enjoy walking around a toy store, playing available toys, just browsing. The same with Adventure Time, it’s a very grown up show disguised as a kid’s show. The show ending is like losing a best friend you’ve watched over the years, but the whole premise of the show is that there will always be adventures. The spirit of adventure is passed on to the next generation and spiritual successors of the main characters. No matter how different those adventures are, the themes are the same at their core and that’s what makes them fun.

The set features Finn, Jake, BMO, Ice King, Gunter, Marceline, Princess Bubblegum, and Lady Rainicorn.

21308 – LEGO Ideas – Adventure Time

Finn and his best friend and adopted brother, Jake, roam the Land of Ooo, righting wrongs and battling evil. Along the way, they make friends with a whole range of wacky characters such as Princess Bubblegum, Lady Rainicorn and Marceline the Vampire Queen. They also have to deal with the grumpy Ice King, the mean ruler of the Ice Kingdom, who really needs to chill out.

The animated television series created by Pendleton Ward has achieved both cult status and widespread popularity, and is now also the 16th set in the LEGO Ideas series.

Sets released under LEGO Ideas are originally made by fans and submitted to LEGO. The LEGO Ideas community votes on submitted ideas as a supporter. Product ideas that achieve over 10,000 supporters will be reviewed by the LEGO group and may even have a set released based on the fan idea.

Music:
Jake – Bacon Pancakes (Remix)
Adventure Time Ending Them (Come Along With Me) – Ashley Eriksson

I’m done.

LEGO Architecture – Statue of Liberty   Leave a comment

“True independence and freedom can only exist in doing what’s right.”

This set took about 6 hours to make spread across two days. The Statue of Liberty was recently featured in the LEGO Architecture – New York City Skyline series in 2016, comprising of a several LEGO blocks a micro green minifig. This 2018 set is the most detailed LEGO Architecture set so far at 1,685 pieces.

21042 – LEGO Architecture – Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty was a gift of friendship from the people of France to the United States, and has since become a universal symbol of freedom and democracy throughout the world. Dedicated on the 28th of October 1886, she was often the first thing people saw as they sailed into New York’s harbor to start a new life in America.

Music:
Medal of Honor: Allied Assault – Main Theme
Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault – Main Theme
Medal of Honor: European Assault – Dogs of War (Main Theme)

I’m done.