This year I’m doing my game day on Dec. 10 (Sat) @ 2:00pm. Similar to previous years, I’ll be playing many different games throughout the 24 hours. I’m not going to limit myself to 1 hour each this time, as I have a few games that I suspect I’ll want to play for longer stretches. It’ll be a mix of PC, console, and VR games.
Here is a list of potential games that I’ll be playing, with some of my most anticipated near the top:
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
Red Dead Redemption 2
Horizon Forbidden West
Forza Horizon 2
I Expect You To Die 2
Sam & Max: This Time It’s Virtual
Evil Dead: The Game
The Last Of Us Part I
This War Of Mine
Where The Water Tastes Like Wine
Tetris Effect: Connected
A Plague Tale: Innocence
Down The Rabbit Hole
Just Die Already
Lawn Mowing Simulator
Portal Stories: VR
Train Valley 2
I’ll be streaming to YouTube during the marathon, and also Twitch when I’m playing on PC. Here are the links:
This year I’m doing my game day on Nov. 6 (Sat) @ 8:00am. As I have done in previous years, I’ll be playing 1 hour of 25 different games which I have not played before. 9 PC games, 8 VR games, and 8 PS4 games. I’ll also be taking a break from 4-8 to watch the Ducks vs. Huskies. Here’s my schedule:
Kerbal Space Program
PGA Tour 2K21
Star Wars: Droid Repair Bay
Break to watch Ducks vs. Huskies
John Wick Hex
Paper Fire Rookie
Sackboy: A Big Adventure
Groundhog Day: Like Father Like Son
Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel
A Fisherman’s Tale
inFAMOUS First Light
I’ll be streaming to Twitch and YouTube during the marathon. Here are the links:
This year I’m doing my game day on Nov. 21 (Sat) @ 10:00am (a couple weeks later than normal) to sync up with the Pipeworks team. As I have done in previous years, I’ll be playing 1 hour of 24 different games which I have not played before. 8 PC games, 8 VR games, and 8 PS4 games. In fact, here’s a schedule:
Train Simulator 2021
Creed: Rise To Glory
Detroit: Become Human
South Park: The Fractured But Whole
Star Wars: Vader Immortal Episode 1
Into The Breach
Star Wars: Squadrons
Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout
The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners
Beyond: Two Souls
Ratchet & Clank
Trover Saves The Universe
God Of War III Remastered
Need For Speed Payback
I’ll be streaming to Twitch and YouTube during the marathon, and I’ll have the audio working this year so that you’ll be able to hear me. Here are the links:
Who could forget the time that the president of the United States of America asked if perhaps the Coronavirus could be knocked out by injecting disinfectant? Imagine if everybody who had the virus had followed that advice? The virus would be gone because all of the carriers would be dead. Fortunately, nobody was stupid enough to try that remedy.
Since that is certainly in the running as one of the stupidest questions ever asked, of course it has to be a level in the President Simulator. Since no doctor would possibly participate in something so breathtakingly asinine, you, Mr. President, have to inject all of those nasty viruses yourself. What are you waiting for? People are dying!
There’s less than a couple of weeks until the election on Tuesday, November 3. Don’t forget to vote!
Unless you’re going to vote for the guy who asked if injecting disinfectant might be a cure for the Coronavirus. In that case, maybe don’t vote for the good of the country.
Happy Father’s Day to all of you dads out there. Have you ever wanted to date your daughter? Of course not, you’re not presidential enough.
Well, now you can pretend that you are presidential and try to date your daughter without worrying about the legal ramifications. Who am I kidding? When have legal ramifications ever stopped the president?
Anyway, enjoy your day and enjoy some light role playing. Perhaps even play it with your daughter and let her see how you’re really not as uncool as you could be.
Hail to the chief, baby! Want to pretend that you are the bigliest leader of the free world? Well, your dreams are about to come true. MAGA-The President Simulator is out now. Just install this game on your Android device and get to presidentin’.
Our illustrious leader has said and tweeted so many wonderful things, and many of them don’t make any sense to you because you aren’t a stable genius like him. But don’t fret. This game is here to let you get a peak inside his head. Or maybe not. I don’t really know, because I don’t understand what he’s saying most of the time either.
It’s the land of the free, and that’s what this game costs. So, go ahead and check it out. It won’t hurt. I promise.
It’s November, so that means it’s time for the Extra Life gaming marathon where gamers play games for 24 hours and ask for donations for the Children’s Miracle Network. This year most people played games on November 2, but I postponed my game day until the following weekend due to the Indie Game Con which was held on the 2nd and 3rd this year. This is my 4th year, and I’ll be playing games for 24 hours starting at 8:00am on November 9 (Sat) and ending at 8:00am the next morning. Here’s my Extra Life Participant Page, where you can donate to the Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in Portland and find all the info about my schedule and streams. I’m also bumping up my goal from $269 last year to $369 this year. I’m kinda starting my campaign late, but I’m hoping to get donations during the event this year. If things go well, there will be notifications on the screen when somebody donates and probably some ridiculous sounds and stuff.
This year I’ll be streaming PC, VR, and PS4 games. I’ll have a webcam, so you’ll be able to watch me while I’m playing. I think I’ll have audio as well, so that you can get my running commentary on the games that I’m playing. My Twitch stream is embedded here, followed by a link to my YouTube stream, for your viewing preference.
My overall plan this year is to cycle between PC, VR, and PS4 games, so there should be 8 of each in the schedule. I’m trying to get everything setup and ready in advance this year so that it doesn’t take as much time between games when I would update the screens and info on-the-fly. Here is a schedule set up with all of the games listed so that you know when to watch if you want to see a specific game. I’ll probably be changing it a bit as I get things installed and set up, but it should be final by the time I start the marathon.
This weekend is the 7th annual Indie Game Con here in Eugene. There are several indie developers showing off their games for the public to check out. Each hour there is also a talk from developers and musical performances.
This morning I’ll be giving a talk about the current state of the XR (Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality) industry. It’s a high level overview of the past, present, and future of the industry.
If you came here looking for the slides from the talk, here’s the link: State of XR
Oh boy! It’s time to play games for the kids again. This is my 3rd year, and I’ll be playing games for 25 hours starting at 8:00am on November 3 (Sat) and ending at 8:00am the next morning. (The extra hour is thanks to the end of daylight saving time.) Here’s my Extra Life Participant Page, where you can donate to the Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in Portland and find all the info about my schedule and streams. I’m also bumping up my goal from $200 last year to $269 this year, just because.
Third time’s a charm for streaming. This year I’ve got a new VR room setup and I even have a webcam, so I’ll be streaming and you’ll be able to watch the games as well as me playing them. I’ll attempt to talk more than I typically do, so that you can get my running commentary on the games that I’m playing. My Twitch stream is embedded here, followed by a link to my YouTube stream, for your viewing preference.
I will also have a schedule set up with all of the games listed so that you know when to watch if you want to see a specific game. Here’s a list of potential games that you can vote for: Extra Life 2018 Game List
I’m planning on doing more VR games this year, now that I have a clear space in which to play. I’ll likely alternate between VR and monitor games to give the headset a chance to cool off and let me sit down.
The Extra Life gaming marathon is happening on Nov. 4 (Sat) this year. I’ll be playing video games for 25 hours (thanks to daylight saving time ending that night) starting at 8:00am. The purpose of the marathon is to raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network, and my donations will go to OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in particular. It also gives me an excuse to try out 25 games that I have purchased, but have not played yet for whatever reason.
Since I raised $165 last year, which was over my goal of $100, I’ve doubled my fundraising goal to $200. In exchange for the increased goal, I’m going to attempt to stream the games this year. I’ll also try to get a headset working so that you can hear my random commentary while I play, and perhaps even hear me shout obscenities when a game is being stupid. I’ve been testing some streams on YouTube and Twitch so far, and I am leaning toward YouTube at the moment.
Extra Life 2017 Game List
I’ve created a form which lists all of the games which I will have ready to play. You can click the link above to see the list. You can also vote for any games that you would like to see me play, which will give them priority. Similar to last year, I will be playing each game for 1 hour, and these are all games which I have not played yet. If I have any technical issues, I’ll simply move onto the next game.
If you feel like donating (which is tax-deductible, by the way), click this banner: