Another April Fools Day is done. While there are many convincing jokes for the day that comes once a year, there was one that really, really needs to come to…
Last week I did a Twitch livestream of the last playable DLC for Final Fantasy XV, Episode Ardyn. The stream was done in two parts, being on a fixed schedule…
Square Enix announced today that it is releasing a personal assistant that is said to compete with Alexa and Google assistant devices, called Omega. According to Square, it is the…
Here is the opening scene for Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes for the Gamecube. It’s for an upcoming Playthrough series for the game that will be on the Twitch channel in the very near future!
Back in August 2018, I gave myself the task of livestreaming on Twitch throughout the month streaming the remainder of Overwatch’s 11th competitive season on the Centaku Media channel, which concluded at the end of August. Then I was sidetracked by con preparation in September, and Internet issues in October. Now that a lot of the issues are out of the way, there’s still a lot to do in establishing a quality livestream!
This post was originally published on September 1st, 2009.
Author’s Thoughts: Considering the nature of Final Fantasy XV, I thought the game would have something similar, which it does, in a way: when Prompto asks Noctis who does he (the player) want to see more photos of: Ignis, Gladiolus, Prompto, or Noctis himself. If Final Fantasy X was remastered for a second time, I wished they added photo mode. There is one character who does not get enough photo opportunities! ^_^
Note: this posts contains mild spoilers!
In the mid-2000s, before I launched the original Centaku Media blog, I used to highlight horrible players for the pettiest things done upon unsuspecting players, including getting kicked from a Linkshell in Final Fantasy XI because of “spies”, and myself getting told I needed to heal more, playing a level 20 Red Mage, from a Monk player of the same level, getting removed from the party immediately after announcing I had to log off for the day.
In the time since, many game companies have announced efforts to curb toxicity in many of their hit games, such as League of Legends and Overwatch, and more recently Final Fantasy XIV. After relaunching Centaku Media, I’ve struggled as to whether to return to my “roots” of doing such a thing. While I do not like to encourage witch hunts of sorts, it has to be known of what the offending player did, because they can easily get away with their actions due to the fact that they are hiding behind a fictional 3D character with a name (and behavior) that one does not use in the real world when applying for a job, or buying a car.
Overwatch is another beast I’ve taken interest in since I’ve been on a blogging hiatus, so some discussion is now expected on this blog. With that said, the latest Overwatch hero was recently announced at BlizzCon this past weekend.