Friday, September 28, 2012

A wild mind series has appeared!

So, here's something worth watching.

Steve uses witty humor; it's super effective!


  1. Okay, yet ANOTHER HL2:E2 mind series?
    No. I'm not watching this. I was alrighty with freeman's-ish mind, But I drew the line at felix's mind season 2.
    There are WAY too many mind series' based of HL2 E2. At least like 5. This is why the mind genre is melting down. All the witty guys have been spent and all the good games have been taken.

  2. So, what you're saying is you're more interested in watching a playthrough of a video game than the actual comedy? Right..

    1. What I'm saying is that I'd like to see some new content to work off of along with witty dialogue and monologue. I feel like I'm watching a bunch of different fanfics where the creaters try to insert their original characters in what would be the original protagonist's place in the story. Sure they have their own personalities and perks, but you still feel like you've read the same story over and over. Maybe it's just me, but it gets just a little repetitive.

  3. i still have yet to see a star wars dark forces mind or a system shock 2 mind. so no not all of the good games have been taken yet.

  4. Well, alternatively...I was going to start out with Clarke's Mind (Dead Space 1), but someone beat me to it...and it sounded like Woody Allen on Lithium. However the number of views per episode, to me, told me I'd have to put my money where my mouth is...I started Kane's Mind as a prototype.

    Doom 3 is still up for grabs...featuring John Kane, Matthew's grandfather (no kidding, it's in the Doom 3 novel). I also have yet to see an effort that is both competent and committed on F.E.A.R. 2 (Becket) or F.E.A.R.: Perseus Mandate (another F.E.A.R. operative, not the pointman). Also, there's Bitterman's Mind (Quake 2), following the Marine who fought and killed the first Makron, setting the stage for the assault in Quake 4. careful when you "fill in the blanks" on a character's history and personality. Sometimes less is more.