The Future of RPGs in the Stream: The Movie: The Poll (based on the novel Push by Sapphire)

What RPG should we continue to stream, or should we just do both?

For those bored of RPGs, DON’T WORRY. We have other games in the queue, including Asura’s Wrath and the new Silent Hill. We’ll stream those games intermittently with whatever RPG we decide to do. This poll may influence us, but who knows!


  • Nfcpm

    As much as I think alternating is good, I can’t watch you stream Graces because I just bought it.

  • konner

    As boring as resonance gets you guys aren’t so you could probably play anything and it’d be cool.

  • I’m glad that “Based on the Novel Push by Sapphire” got recognition here

  • Onomarchus

    I voted for Resonance of Fate to support it, but I like the idea of alternating just because it keeps you from catching up to me in the game (though that might not happen anyway at this point). Also, you can’t stop now when it’s getting even better.

  • Aria

    While I’m sure watching you do Graces and Asura would be fun, there are those gosh darn spoilers. Please do do Silent Hill though

  • I want to watch more Resonance of Fate as much as I want to get gun kataed in the head.

  • I do not see a choice that describes how I feel. I want a choice that says “Ich bin ein kartoffel/Skies of Arcadia

  • Casa_Vino

    You gotta do a Minesweeper Live Stream!!! On a million by a million grid!

  • Dreg

    While Tales of Graces is fun to play, the story definitely has some MST2K-worthy moments, which I think makes it a good candidate.

  • Vorthe

    How about showing Ninja Gaiden 3 some love? I just started playing it yesterday, and it is really intense. The first Ninja Gaiden was one of the best video games I ever played… and it seemed incredibly hard at the time. That, and Halo: Legendary redefined for me what a really difficult arcade game was, and I think their influence is still being felt.

    As for ME3, ending aside, I found the game very derivative. You move like you are playing GoW, and your enemy bears more than a passing resemblance to the Flood, except for the one boss, who looks like he was lifted whole cloth from the recent Deus Ex. Having said that, I did enjoy the game… you know… right up to the last 20 minutes or so, when I discovered I wasn’t really going to be allowed to win. Sorry, guess I couldn’t resist commenting on the ending after all.