The Pokémon Omega Ruby ‘Let’s Play‘ live series has officially come to an end, finishing at the Battle Resort. There is more to the end of the game, but I’ll let you guys discover that for yourselves.
It’s sad to see the series end, but I had a lot of fun over the past few months streaming and conversing with viewers in the chat. You might have noticed that the stream quality improved over time, so it was also a new learning experience for me to use OBS for my first live series. Who knows, maybe I’ll broadcast another complete series soon enough. But until then, there will be some streams of random games that I may be playing – live schedule currently under reprogramming.
To commemorate the Live LP series, below is a highlight reel of my overall experience in Pokémon Omega Ruby. Enjoy!
Here is the complete episode listing for the series:
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We’re almost to the end of Pokémon Omega Ruby after challenging the 8th (and last) gym leader at Sootopolis City. I versed Wallace after undertaking a few puzzles and encountered every trainer along the way. I did however experience technical difficulties in the middle of the stream – there was a blackout. That lead to corrupt local video recordings and missing obs settings. Anyway, take a look at the stream below:
In other news I will soon be reviewing the new Intel NUC HTPC computer which I will be using as a dedicated Digital Audio Workstation (DAW).
Stay tuned for that and the continuation of Pokémon Omega Ruby.
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.
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.
Hey everyone! We don’t usually post videos mid-week (given we usually update every Monday), but today will be an exception as the special demo version of Pokémon Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire released today. We may do this for future releases of games and/or technology. Both games release on 21st November 2014 for Nintendo 3DS systems, which is also the same date as the Australian release of the =new= Nintendo 3DS.
Enjoy our full-length feature of the special demo version of Pokémon Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire. If you want to play through the demo yourself, check your emails (if you have a Club Nintendo account) you might have a code.