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Title: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: xXKurantXx on March 30, 2011, 02:17:17 AM
In this tutorial I'll be walking you through the process of creating your very first Let's Play. This tutorial is not mandatory or set-in stone by any means, if you have your own way that you feels works better, or want to only put to use a few of these steps, that's A-ok. I also will not be delving into the software or usage of these items. For information on that, check Skorch's Guide HERE. (http://forum.gameanyone.com/index.php?topic=4890.0) The tutorial is organized into 3 sections for convenience.

Section 1: Equipment

1) Gather the required equipment

Things you will need:
a) A computer (If you're reading this, you have that base covered)
b) Screen or Game Capturing Hardware/Software.
c) Microphone
d) The game (of course -_-)

I'll go into detail on how to obtain these later.


2) Find out your PC specifications

This is important because video editing and rendering are mandatory. You should never, under any circumstances, upload raw footage. Editing and rendering video can be strenuous for your PC, thus it's important to know your computer specs. If you don't know how to check 'em, a quick google search will light the way. OR LOOK HERE (http://www.ehow.com/how_5899907_out-computer-specs.html)
If you want to know if you're PC can run a video game, use THIS SITE (http://www.systemrequirementslab.com/cyri/)

RAM is the resource your computer will use most when rendering video, I recommend at least 4GB, but you may be able to get by with less. Just expect slower performance.


3) Footage Capture & Commentary

a) You need something to capture the game footage with. For PC game capture, I recommend FRAPs (http://www.fraps.com/) ($37), or PlayClaw (http://www.playclaw.com/) ($30). If you're looking to record retro or older PC games, I'd go with screen capturing software like Hypercam (http://www.hyperionics.com/hc/) (FREE), or Camstudio (http://camstudio.org/) (FREE).

For Console game capture, it depends on the console. HD consoles such as the Xbox360 and PS3 should be captured with either a Hauppauge HD PVR (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16815116030&Tpk=hauppauge%20hd%20pvr) ($180) or a Blackmagic Intensity (http://www.amazon.com/Blackmagic-Design-Intensity-Computers-Professional/dp/B003WSQTWU/ref=sr_1_2?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1301349163&sr=1-2) ($190). These will allow you to capture 720p high definition footage and higher.
SD Consoles like the Playstation 2, Gamecube, Dreamcast, or original Xbox, can be captured either through the above HD hardware, or via a number of capture cards and other devices. I recommend either the Dazzle (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16815144039&cm_re=dazzle-_-15-144-039-_-Product) ($50), or Gamebridge (http://www.amazon.com/Gamebridge-AVC-1400-USB-2-0-Cnct-Xbox/dp/B000DLBAFU) ($50). A simple rule of thumb, if you see a capture device that costs around $10, it's most likely worth $10. As in, the quality will be atrocious and your lp will suffer for it. Make sure before buying anything here, that it's the right product for you.

b) Microphones. I use stick mics, they give much clearer and overall better quality audio, However, they're harder to use because they require a Stand (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0002D0KOG) ($25) and pop-screen. You can simply use a sock for a pop-screen, and may be able to rig up a stand, but the latter is not recommended. For actual mics, I recommend a Rock Band Mic (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000TT2D34/ref=pd_lpo_k2_dp_sr_1?pf_rd_p=486539851&pf_rd_s=lpo-top-stripe-1&pf_rd_t=201&pf_rd_i=B001B1AL88&pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_r=1YAT4SMBA0858FMFN3CE) ($21). If you want convenience, headset mics are a good choice. While not as clear as stick mics, they can still give great quality. Some good choices are the Plantronics GameCon Headset (http://www.amazon.com/Plantronics-GameCom-Open-Ear-Gaming-Headset/dp/tags-on-product/B001KUSXXU) ($30) and Fatal1ty Gaming Headset (http://www.amazon.com/Creative-Labs-51MZ0310AA005-Fatal1ty-Headset/dp/B002DS4HTM/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1301351350&sr=1-1) ($40).



Section 2: Choosing a game & recording

1) What game will you LP & how?

Action, first-person shooter, 3rd-person shooter, adventure, point & click, horror, platformer, rpg, text-based, rts, casual, simulation, sports, etc. So many game genres! You must decide what game you're going to LP. Make sure to edit out any grinding if you choose an RPG. It's generally ok to keep that footage in if you have commentary for it, but otherwise it's boring and no one wants to watch grinding.

A useful tip: LP games you know well. Blind LP's are rarely a good idea. Do a game you grew up on, or played a lot last summer. Show the viewers the secrets, the strategies, etc.


2) Setting up

You have everything you need to record, including the game you're going to lp, now you just need to set up!
Circumstances may vary, but you'll want to test out your mic, and recording software before the actual recording. Do a couple test recordings including some test commentary. The more tests you do now, the less likely things will go awry. I've done an hour of commentary only to realize I forgot to hit record on my mic. If anything similar happens to you, remember it's just part of the process and a simple mistake you will learn from. The best LPers are the ones who get back up after being knocked down. I personally use Audacity (http://audacity.sourceforge.net/) to capture my voice commentary, Vegas Pro 10 to edit and render (and insert subtitles if needed) my videos, and Fraps to capture gameplay for PC games, and a dazzle for PS2 gameplay.


3) Recording the game

a) You're all set up, great! Now you need the game footage. This part is self-explanatory. You playthrough the game, while recording it. I recommend you do this section in 30 minute bursts. Playing too long may make you rusty, lose focus, and/or you don't want to capture an hour of footage only to make a mistake a have to redo it all over again. By doing it in shorter bursts, you risk less. This will also make editing easier.


Section 3: editing & uploading

1) Editing

Like I said above, I use Vegas Pro to edit and render (we'll talk about rendering later), but it's ultimately up to you what you want to use. Pick something that you're comfortable with. There's Virtualdub (http://www.virtualdub.org/) (FREE), Windows Movie Maker (FREE), Sony Vegas Pro 10 (http://www.sonycreativesoftware.com/vegaspro) ($600), Camtasia (http://www.techsmith.com/camtasia/) ($300), and some others, but those are the most prominent. Please note some video editing software I listed here also records video.


2) Writing a script

This is the most optional of all the steps in this guide. Believe it or not, many of the best LPers do post-commentary, as in, it's not live. They record the game footage, edit it, then add in the commentary. Putting the commentary as the last step save uploading, is a great idea I'd recommend to newbies and veterans alike. It allows you to write a script, or even just some notes as a reminder for yourself. This way, you never run out of things to say. You can edit your commentary, adding in or excluding any remarks you wish. The better control you have over your video during the editing, the better the final product. Personally, I simply use a notepad, then play my video while pausing it every 15 secs or so to add in commentary. For example, my notepad could look like this...

-0:00- welcome to God of War, I'm rizuhbull! You're beautiful host. God of War is a hack an slash game exclusive for the playstation 2 released in 2005. It's noteable for it's violence, gore, and awesomeness.

-0:30- The first level takes place...

-1:15- blah blah blah

So on and so forth. The XX:X symbolizes the time in the video for which I'd speak. The 0:00 being as soon as the video starts, I give an introduction. 1:15 meaning 1 minute and 15 seconds into the video I say this and that.

Now the times are just an approximate benchmark. You obviously don't have to say things at the exact que you give yourself, only if you want to. Like I said, I use this method as a sort of mini-script/note. It works well for me, but if you're better at improvisation, then try that. Find your niche, and what works for you.


3) Rendering

You should already have some form of rendering software, if not, check above^^^. Place your footage into your rendering software (if you haven't yet), and cut it up into sections, these sections will make up your "parts" when you go to upload. If you're using Vegas Pro, make a region(s), then use batch render. For Windows Movie maker, make one "part" at a time. Make sure to adjust your rendering settings for high quality. Meaning you're gonna want a high bit-rate, at least 29.97 fps, a progressive field order, and a resolution of at least 640x480.


4) Uploading

You're now ready to upload your let's play to a video hosting site. To add your videos to GameAnyone, you can upload your videos to Youtube (http://www.youtube.com/), or upload them directly to GameAnyone using the uploader.


There you have it! You're very first Let's Play is now complete. With a little bit of luck, patience, and perseverance, you're on your way to becoming a celebrated LP'er!

I hope this tutorial helped you, and always feel free to ask me questions if you're stuck or confused.


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: VSigma100 on March 30, 2011, 09:06:30 PM
Just wanted to stop by and say that this is a great tutorial! Most beginners, will be pleased to see such an informative tutorial such as this one. I know I would've been happy to see this when I started up!


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: frozenfoxy on March 30, 2011, 09:33:41 PM
Technically, you would be incorrect, VSigma. LPs can come in various formats such as just pictures with a lot of text, pictures with text and a bit of video, videos with text comments, and videos with commentary. The pictures and text comprise some of the first LPs ever. Also, some walkthroughs/playthroughs also sport commentary, so that doesn't necessarily mean LP either.

Icy wishes,
FrozenFoxy


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: Stark on March 30, 2011, 10:42:24 PM
I second Foxy's statement. Some people prefer not to do commentary when they record their walkthorughs, Razzlyn for example prefers to make her videos this way as does plenty of other people. Or some folks simply don't have a microphone or their mic met with an unfortunate mishap thus not allowing audio commentary to occur. Just because someone doesn't place commentary in their videos doesn't mean they aren't Let's Plays or as I tend to call them, Video Walkthroughs.


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: VSigma100 on March 30, 2011, 10:52:17 PM
Really? I've just never really considered them Let's Plays unless they have commentary, but hey you learn something new everyday. I'll go and remove my earlier statement, sorry guys.


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: xXKurantXx on March 30, 2011, 11:14:19 PM
@Frozen, I originally talked about the various types of LP's in the tutorial but removed it because Gameanyone does Video Let's Plays and Walkthroughs. I wanted it to match the site and not confuse readers, you know?. I was actually thinking of asking if you guys ever thought about making a Forum for LP's.

@VSignma, Thanks for the kind words!


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: Stark on March 31, 2011, 08:29:49 AM
Quote
I was actually thinking of asking if you guys ever thought about making a Forum for LP's.

I'm a little bit confused on this one, Isn't that kinda what the Video Games forum is for here on the Gameanyone.com boards? Or were you talking about a different forum aside from Gameanyone in general.


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: xXKurantXx on March 31, 2011, 09:36:14 AM
I'm a little bit confused on this one, Isn't that kinda what the Video Games forum is for here on the Gameanyone.com boards? Or were you talking about a different forum aside from Gameanyone in general.
I meant one for Let's Plays, as in, I can make a thread for one of my lets plays and put in information, pictures, and other media that pertains to the LP. I love writing all that stuff out, so being confined to video only is a real hamper.


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: Stark on March 31, 2011, 01:23:36 PM
Ahhhhhhhhhh, Ok, I see what you're talking about now, you're looking for a forum that would allow someone to talk about their upcoming projects and what not. That does sound kinda cool but I thought there was already something sort of like that, hence why I asked what you meant earlier.


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: xXKurantXx on March 31, 2011, 02:09:06 PM
Ahhhhhhhhhh, Ok, I see what you're talking about now, you're looking for a forum that would allow someone to talk about their upcoming projects and what not. That does sound kinda cool but I thought there was already something sort of like that, hence why I asked what you meant earlier.
haha no. Nvm, it's not important anyway.


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: frozenfoxy on March 31, 2011, 04:04:27 PM
Actually, I believe he's talking about Something Awful or Penny Arcade forum LPs. I don't think we're ever going to go that way... because we don't have sticks up our asses about the rules you should follow to a T to make a "Let's Play" correctly.

To expand on this for Stark, it's basically a thread with a single Let's Play posted in it. Most often the videos for the LP are hidden via spoiler tags that can be expanded if you want to watch the videos. Comments can be made/updated within the thread about what's going on. People reply to the thread to talk about the LP, but all the new stuff usually remains in the very first OP post.

Icy wishes,
FrozenFoxy


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: xXKurantXx on March 31, 2011, 04:33:20 PM
Actually, I believe he's talking about Something Awful or Penny Arcade forum LPs. I don't think we're ever going to go that way... because we don't have sticks up our asses about the rules you should follow to a T to make a "Let's Play" correctly.

To expand on this for Stark, it's basically a thread with a single Let's Play posted in it. Most often the videos for the LP are hidden via spoiler tags that can be expanded if you want to watch the videos. Comments can be made/updated within the thread about what's going on. People reply to the thread to talk about the LP, but all the new stuff usually remains in the very first OP post.

Icy wishes,
FrozenFoxy
Exactly. Thank you. I'm bad with words. Penny Arcade is a good example, SA is a bit too formal, but definitely same idea.


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: PicanteMaster on May 09, 2011, 05:40:20 AM
This is exactly what I needed! Thank you. I think I can really improve now thanks to this!


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: Dark-L3gend on May 13, 2011, 05:53:31 PM
Thanks for the heads up  ;D


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: ListerWalkthroughs on May 14, 2011, 11:32:53 PM
I thought this was a pretty good tutorial. It will definitely help newer Let's players.

-Adam


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: Myke on June 04, 2011, 03:07:23 AM
Hey there. There is some pretty good info about this. Though the first video I'm doing I wouldn't really consider a LP, but more of a blind playthrough/first impressions type dealio(Saints Row 2). Even still some awesome info that I hope to take from here on out when I do my next walkthrough.


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: MistaHahn117 on July 17, 2011, 03:59:23 AM
Definitely a great tutorial.  Naturally, I plan on doing commentary live, which I believe would help the viewer feel the experience the player has.  But still, great tutorial, very helpful.  I especially liked the explanation of the mic setup, which I found the most useful to me.


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: TheGameRaiderz on July 24, 2011, 06:05:21 AM
This helped a bunch! ive already posted about 3 playthroughs already. each one taking me about a month. I got a bunch of great pointers from you. Thx, im onnly 14 so im on a budgit so i spent $50 for my dazzle and pinnacle studio plus 12. Pretty good overall except it tends to lag quite a bit. A use a compaq presario cg56 laptop to record my gamplay. And i HAD a rockband mic for my commentaries but i lost it at the moment so ive just been using the built in mic on the computer. i got 13 subs on my youtube with like 90 videos. 3,200 views total.


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: edudroid on August 29, 2011, 07:05:24 AM
Are there any do's and don'ts that people like to see? As in, don't edit too much or don't have too much fragmented scenes?

Also, what is usually the norm in regards to timeline of the LP's upload delivery? for instance should all the parts be uploaded all at once or should they go up when each one gets completed? I'm guessing this is preference of viewers but just curious.

Thanks for the tut


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: xXKurantXx on August 29, 2011, 11:41:54 AM
Thanks everyone for letting me know the guide helped you!  :D

Are there any do's and don'ts that people like to see? As in, don't edit too much or don't have too much fragmented scenes?

Also, what is usually the norm in regards to timeline of the LP's upload delivery? for instance should all the parts be uploaded all at once or should they go up when each one gets completed? I'm guessing this is preference of viewers but just curious.

Thanks for the tut
Don't ever talk about your technical problems. I'd even suggest never talking about anything unless it's about the game you're LPing. Some people on GA disagree with me on this, but I believe it to be good advice. Why? Cuz you'll end up like this kid...
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0E6JJhlBrVU

Do go into depth of the game you're LPing. Show off strategies, hidden areas, easter eggs, etc. You can also talk about your experience with the game. Does the game mean something to you? Play it with your bro when you were kids? Etc.

Don't show yourself getting stuck or backtracking. Only show backtracking if it's something like Metroid where it's a huge game mechanic. Why would anyone wanna watch a LPer who's bad at the game? Unless it's for comedy, which almost never works.

Do LP a game no one else has done. There are countless games that neither GA, nor youtube, have LPs for. A perfect void for you to fill. It also increases your chances of getting on the front page.


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: Qieth on August 29, 2011, 07:34:36 PM
Don't be super negative about your game or your LP or game. Usually, it has an effect on your viewers as well. If you don't like the game, they will start wondering why they should.

DO enjoy yourself! It will show :)

I used to think that I would just record start to end with no editing. I find myself editing more and more these days to remove uninteresting parts where I just stumble around. Most of the time, if I fail repeatedly at a place in the game, I'll show the first fail, and then cut to the win. It shows people that you are human, but doesn't drag them through 50 deaths of a bossfight. (I'm sorry, I promise to edit my Super Meat Boy vids in the future! :P)


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: xIntenso on August 29, 2011, 09:38:05 PM
It's impossible to satisfy everyone. There's always three sides: the ones who like, dislike and the ones who trololololol (FIRST! :P). Maybe one more, ehm, we can skip that.

Choose a game you would like to play, not the game that others would like to watch. If you choose later, then you know you want attention so you can stop now. And yeah, if you feel lazy, better leave it for a later time to edit :)


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: HPGunshot on September 02, 2011, 01:03:27 AM
Thanks for the tutorial, it's really helped me out!


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: Arthax on September 05, 2011, 04:45:04 AM
Nice well-written tutorial,Although personally I find it better to record while playing,this gives you a more of an actual feel and help's you learn how to commentate better,even if you do plan to edit it with post-commentary, preferably if your JUST starting out,maybe do a test game first,get a friend or two to listen to it ask where you would improve delete it then do another one. I did this for three short games before my very first upload,but hey it's my opinion :)


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: PokemonUpload on September 11, 2011, 04:16:53 PM
Do you know how to get a mic? Like at Radio Shack? Thanx.


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: DarthsabreX on December 01, 2011, 01:58:05 PM
This thread is a great help. :)

Thanks for the great tutorial


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: jevrio1 on December 01, 2011, 03:07:57 PM
Good guide, but I don't like it too well that commentary looks like a must. Might be something most people look on as the key to a "lets play", but it could be clearer that it's not in any way required to simply record games.

Another thing is the 30min thing. Personally I record 1 hour at the time. For some magic reason I always stop the game at 1 hour. Not more or less. However, there's nothing wrong with playing a game 6 damn hours in a row. Sure, if on PC, you'll need a decent sized HDD and shit, but with console ex., no problem (but split files if HD PVR, or it'll be f*cked. Cuz the software sux.

But in all, a good guide to help people getting started.

Now, let's hope the new bill thing don't get active and f*ck us. Then I'll have waaay to much sparetime.


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: GhostRunner1991 on January 17, 2012, 03:53:19 AM
thankz for the turtorial


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: jessecold on March 15, 2012, 01:04:54 AM
Thanks for the link to the system requirements lab. My computer's a little lax in the hardware department and I needed to know what I could run.


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: Rezias on March 22, 2012, 07:57:29 AM
Incredibly great tutorial!

Personally, I prefer watching walkthroughs made by professionals of that game. By "professionals of that game" I mean the gamer who finished that game like 2 times, know each secret and an adequate strategy per each (or the majority of) situation. Take a look (on Youtube) at this guy called "MajorSlack"). He made a lot of walkthroughs and all of them are great because he knows what he's doing; he knows what's next by heart; he knows how to explain everything and make it interesting to hear and watch; etc.

Anyway, awesome tutorial! :)


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: KimWillOwnYou on March 28, 2012, 06:35:54 PM
But what if you're using a ROM or playing the game off of a website, then how would you record it?


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: puertoricanboy99 on May 05, 2012, 04:55:24 PM
Hmm I might make a more detailed tutorial on how to make an LP.


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: HarshalGames on May 17, 2012, 03:33:09 PM
Thanks man

You rock gameanyone.


 :) :) :)


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: duckballs7 on August 02, 2012, 10:03:20 PM
what software should i use? and i need something cheap. so under 70$


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: xXKurantXx on August 03, 2012, 04:01:40 AM
Virtual Dub. It's free and better than most pay-to-use editors.


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: EliteMonkeyGaming on August 03, 2012, 04:57:12 AM
Virtual Dub. It's free and better than most pay-to-use editors.
Agreed. Easy to use and fast rendering.


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: duckballs7 on August 03, 2012, 06:55:30 PM
thanks that helps alot


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: SoloKnight on August 09, 2012, 05:41:31 PM
I use Virtualdub for Fraps and Sony Vegas when I capture from console.


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: CrystalMcGhee on September 11, 2012, 03:09:59 AM
Thank you very much!


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: bacongamer1 on October 07, 2012, 08:06:06 PM
Very nice tutorial for begginers. I always fine live com is much more entertaining.


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: Pavyce on October 20, 2012, 12:56:48 PM
Good tutorial, will be good for future reference if I ever get the chance to do one.


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: SniperTechHD on November 14, 2013, 04:19:42 PM
This was incredibly helpful:D


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: Misfit1Actual on May 03, 2014, 02:41:17 AM
Thanks


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: SovietBlitzer on October 19, 2014, 03:47:47 AM
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Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: maherafrasiab on November 24, 2014, 03:43:59 PM
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Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: hbgmysite on April 09, 2015, 02:10:21 AM
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Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: Sryth on April 13, 2015, 12:19:11 AM
Even though I've been doing this for a few years, excellent guide for the new comer.


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: KlausGaming on July 06, 2015, 09:51:36 AM
Cool post - lots of useful info.


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: GamingWithEagle on September 14, 2015, 04:06:15 PM
Well written.


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: MiNo on June 01, 2016, 10:46:36 AM
nice tut


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: EMPBLMMMSD on July 14, 2016, 07:04:53 PM
Do "Let's Plays" require commentary?


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: RAGaming on July 19, 2016, 03:53:17 AM
Very HelpFull Tips


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: busaxo on October 11, 2017, 04:07:25 AM
It's impossible to satisfy everyone. There's always three sides: the ones who like, dislike and the ones who trololololol (FIRST! Tongue). Maybe one more, ehm, we can skip that.

Choose a game you would like to play, not the game that others would like to watch. If you choose later, then you know you want attention so you can stop now. And yeah, if you feel lazy, better leave it for a later time to edit


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: Inpixelation on January 19, 2018, 11:26:21 AM
Pretty good guide


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: Katharine on April 09, 2018, 08:22:22 AM
it is HelpFull Tips  to me.


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: QueenNoah on May 03, 2018, 10:38:30 PM
Do "Let's Plays" require commentary?

By definition no, but "Let's" implies you're doing it with someone. Like taking someone with you through the game.


Title: Re: How To: Your First Let's Play
Post by: EMPBLMMMSD on May 04, 2018, 09:30:09 AM
By definition no, but "Let's" implies you're doing it with someone. Like taking someone with you through the game.

Okay that's good because I don't like doing commentary.