At one point, after watching enough of them, I became curious over the effort needed to create a gaming video. That is, to record multiple media sources at the same time and render it all together, as another production medium.
And whether it was because I did not have the right equipment, or enough knowledge to fully grasp the editing involved, I eventually decided it required too much effort for my liking. Here is where you can witness the end results:
Naturally, most of my experimenting took place at the beginning. Even though the best approach was not to put the focus on myself, I think this video proved effective by being short and sweet.
A change of software and the switching of visual priority led to this more mainstream attempt. I also assumed I would be able to provide more engaging dialogue by sticking to horror games.
…And then I unexpectedly wound up playing a game that successfully combined just about all the key elements of horror I feared the worst! Which in turn began to steer me away from pursuing this further.
Finally, although the experience was great and this subject made you think, I remember how tedious and painful the editing in post had been. I felt such a sense of closure, but when I look back…I still had fun.