This was the first attempt of a simultaneous live broadcast to both Twitch and YouTube from our chain of RTMP servers over an ADSL connection. It technically worked, but YouTube was not able to keep most of the recording and what was left was corrupt. So here is the local version uploaded later today:
We’ll tweak a few things before we try this again. The new Super Smash Bros. is pretty good.
Tonight we broadcasted Sonic Runners (iPad) live for the first time on twitch.tv. This is a relatively new mobile game developed by SEGA Corporation (Japan) which is currently only being tested in Japanese and Canadian App Stores (Apple and Google Play).
It’s a continuous runner with multiple characters to choose from that offer different abilities (Tails can fly, etc.). The game has great music (like most Sonic games) for free mobile app. The gameplay offers in-game rewards to players as well as competitive rankings to make the game more addictive.
Overall, I see the game has great potential if it’s ever released in the greater western societies. See the recording below for my take on the gameplay in the one hour stream I did tonight.
I have reached an iconic moment in the Pokémon Omega Ruby series. Groudon has finally appeared before me! Of course the circumstances may be quite dangerous and unideal, but it’s certainly an achievement. Here is a highlight reel of my experience.
Tonight, I decided to simulate a broadcast over a 3G mobile data connection with just a laptop and a modem. I also performed editing on the same laptop to ensure consistency. This stream showcases some new elements on the Prismarine Realms minecraft server and also features greenupmarco (in-game). Enjoy!
Every now and then I will stream “30 minutes of” a video game, generally older games. This time it’s “Sonic the Hedgehog 2” on the Sega Mega Drive II. Of course 30 minutes might not necessarily be enough but at least you can see what you can accomplish.
Haven’t posted here in a while but don’t worry we’re still quite active elsewhere. In fact we’ve been live streaming on Twitch.tv! Some of which you can find on our YouTube channel. So far we’ve live streamed Garry’s Mod, Minecraft and Pokémon Omega Ruby.
Here is a list of the streams available on YouTube:
These are full length recordings of the live streams (generally about 1 hour long). Highlight edits are currently unavailable for live streams, but feel free to skim through the full recordings to parts that may interest you. Unfortunately due to current events I can’t guarantee a set schedule for the Pokémon series, but our general time slot is every Friday at 9pm AEDT.
We plan to incorporate the live stream to the homepage of duel95.com soon enough for convenience. Until then, we have updated the Contact Us page with some social media links – you can also find these on the YouTube channel.