SlimKirby Central

SlimKirby Central - July 2017

Hello everybody, SlimKirby here, and welcome to the newest update of SlimKirby Central.

I am fully aware that I did not make an update in June, and by extension, the video update I promised for July is…not exactly a video update, as you can see. I’m not going to make any excuses, I’ve been slacking pretty hardcore on a lot of different things, but I think I have a pretty good reason why…a two hour good reason that has thankfully been uploaded to my channel by this point. Safe to say, the clip show for my 10th Year Anniversary completely wore me out. I pretty much spent the entire month of June rewatching through old projects that still needed to be watched through, editing footage, re-editing footage, rendering video compilations, and watching and rewatching the final product many, many times. It was a huge commitment that I am very thankful is over now, and piece by piece, I’ve been trying to get back on track with everything that relates to my Youtube channel and my streams. There are some other things too, but I’m definitely focusing on those things first. Hell, I’m still not completely done with my Anniversary yet either, but I’ll get into that very shortly.

So once again, like May’s update, I’m going to go lightning-quick through all the things I’ve been working on and things you can expect during the next month and beyond. Although I don’t foresee any big changes soon, from what you guys are already aware of anyway, just consider this a very short and concise direction of where everything is currently going at the moment.

We’ll start with Anniversary stuff as that is currently my main focus at the moment. The first three events have already come and gone. The clip show has been posted on my channel, Undertale has started, and just yesterday, I hosted my Anniversary Name That Tune competition (which will be posted on Youtube in the next week). This only leaves the 24-hour stream event, which is still planned to happen and will probably happen during the last weekend of July or first weekend of August. Until I figure out all of the specific details though, I’m afraid I still can’t give a date or time yet, but I will have one picked out by next week, for sure. Much like the Name That Tune, regardless of when the event will happen, I will be posting the VODs to Youtube, so even if you miss something or everything, you can still view everything.

On Youtube, I’m currently working on three projects; Advance Wars: Dual Strike, Mario Kart Wii, and my anniversary project; Undertale. Dual Strike, naturally, still has a ways to go, being the type of game that it is, but I think from where I am currently, I’m making some pretty good progress. In fact, in August, I may start devoting more upload days for that project just to move it along more quickly, and since Mario Kart Wii shouldn’t be too long either, that may open up a few extra days as well, and a potential weekend slot for the bonus content when I get around to it. I would theoretically like to be done with the main parts of those projects before September, but there are still a lot of uncertainties in the air and I really don’t feel like making any promises or bold claims to get your hopes up.

Undertale is probably the biggest uncertainty, just in terms of how that game/project is structured. I would like to show the three basic paths, and with the way the game is, after the first path I’ll have a pretty good opportunity to abridge the journey of my following two recordings, while also showing off any of the little things I missed or didn’t catch in the initial run. Because of this, I don’t think the project itself will be too long, but I also just don’t know how long it will end up being either. I also thought about spreading out the different paths throughout the rest of the year too, but I don’t want to prolong the videos too long either to the point where I spend half the year with the project uncompleted, like I’ve been doing with Pokemon Stadium for like…3 ½ years now. Once I finish going through those recordings again, I’ll have a better idea of how long the project will be, but for now, let’s just enjoy the ride, because I think the videos have been great so far.

As far as the future is concerned, I’m pretty much planning to start Super Mario Galaxy 2 as soon as I finish one of my weekday projects, whether it’s Undertale or Advance Wars: Dual Strike. I wanted to start Galaxy 2 sooner, but I kind of underestimated the length of some of the projects I would be working on. However, those are just the breaks when it comes to this line of work. Sometimes, you just don’t know how things are going to work out schedule-wise, even if your initial draft seems plausible. There were various projects, long ones and short ones, that I wanted to get to, but there is a pretty good possibility that I may need to push back a few for 2018. On the bright side though, this will continue to give me more projects and gameplays for the future, so it will still be a long time before I officially run out of games play. But anyway, just stay tuned and in my next SlimKirby Central update, I should have a better idea of what to expect as we start getting into the middle of 2017’s second half.

Now we are moving on to Twitch, and my god….I have taken quite the journey…a journey of “randomness” you could say. I’ve definitely talked about this a lot in the past, and if you are a follower of my Twitch account, you should be very familiar with my most recent obsession. Basically, I’ve gotten into speedrunning The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past item randomizer. That’s right…I am speedrunning now, and on some days, even I can’t believe it. I think I talked about this briefly in my last entry back in May, but these days, I think it’s safe to say that my obsession has grown quite a bit. My PB time has gone from a 2:00:51 to a 1:41:37 (almost a 20 minute improvement), and I am in the process of training for the upcoming tournament that should be happening this fall. I’ve also been entering SRL races to test my skills against other players, and while I haven’t made any significant progress (although 38th out of 92 in a big weekly race isn’t too shabby), it’s been a lot of fun and I am very much looking forward to participating in a big SpeedGaming tournament. I also plan to sign up for commentary too, so maybe you’ll get to hear my insight on some other matches as well (we’ll see).

I still try to stream some other stuff too though. Usually after my Monday seed/race of ALTTPR, I try to work on some RetroAchievements. RA has recently come out with N64 games on their website, so because I love that system in particular, I’ve been doing my best to make more progress on that front, even though my interest is still fading pretty fast. Then, during Saturday evening, I still have my traditional Saturday Night Grind stream events, where I do a playthrough of a game that takes a lot of grinding, usually an RPG or strategy game of some sort, and come back to it every Saturday night for a pretty lengthy stream session. I recently finished Fire Emblem Echoes (aside from postgame), and started up Paper Mario so I could tackle the RetroAchievements for that game and the eventual grinding that will need to be done for those to be completed. I also plan to start Hyrule Warriors Legends very soon in that same timeslot. So if you want to check out the action, come on by every Saturday at 8:00 PM Eastern. As far as other stream timeslots, I have no regular time, but you can expect my Monday streams to be in the afternoon, and any other streams I decide to do in my spare time, will usually be advertised on Twitter a few hours before they start. Just don’t be surprised if you see a lot of Link to the Past Randomizer. Like I said…it’s kind of been my thing lately and I need the practice for the tournament.

Also, I suppose I should mention this as well, since I don’t think it was a thing back in May during my last entry, but…I am a Twitch affiliate now. And due to the recent changes of giving Twitch affiliates a “Subscriber” button, you can now officially subscribe to my Twitch channel for $4.99 a month. I’m still in the process of figuring out what my subscriber perks will be, but for now, if you would like to support the type of work I do on Twitch AND Youtube, subscribing is a way you can do so. I also have an emote made already, so if you want to go to my Twitch channel and check it out, feel free to as there is a link at the bottom of this entry.

Finally, as far as the Simpsons retrospective is concerned, I am in the process of planning when I’m going to return to that, but it will for sure be after my final anniversary event. So expect me to start Season 2 somewhere around mid-August, at least as of right now. I even received a Blu-Ray player from my aunt (an old one she had), so I may end up watching my DVDs on that as opposed to watching them online on Simpsons World, which is what I did for Season 1. I really did enjoy going through Season 1 and I’m curious to see how the series will continue as I move on to Season 2.

I think that’s about it and all I have to report on. It may not seem like a lot, but as I said before, it’s hard to recover from an entire month’s work of focusing on one single project. The second half of 2017 has officially started and I’m very much looking forward to the remaining months of this year. With all the projects I have planned, and the huge step forward we’ve taken on Twitch, I foresee some big things happening in the future! I hope all of you Star Warriors are ready for the action!

-SlimKirby

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SlimKirby Central - May 2017

Hello everybody, SlimKirby here, and welcome to May 2017’s episode of SlimKirby Central!

I know SlimKirby Central has been very “weird” this year, for lack of a better term, but I did tell you guys I would have a written update this for month, and even though it’s a little late, I’m still making sure I pull through with it. I don’t have a lot to update you guys on either, which is perfect for a written update anyway, so I’m going to go ahead and get this thing rolling!

First and foremost, work on the 10th Year Anniversary has started and has actually been off to a great start so far! I, alongside 13 other Star Warriors, have been going through projects from the last four years of my channel and pulling moments for the clip show I plan to make. There’s still a lot of work to be done, but considering less than a month ago I had no idea of where to start or begin, I’ll take any sort of progress. I’m also going to work under the principle of, “If it doesn’t get done by the July 4th deadline, it’s not a big deal, as long as it’s somewhere near my anniversary.” I’ll also have you know that the clip show will not be the only surprise for my anniversary, so prepare for a load of announcements when we get to (or closer to) the date.

Youtube has been going very well. Pokemon Trading Card Game will be wrapping up this week with a Tuesday/Thursday update, and I will be working on getting the replacement project ready in the meantime.  Dynasty Warriors 2 has a few weeks remaining before it’s done, but I estimate around 20 videos for the project’s end (it will be 20 battle videos exactly, but with the intro and an extra video as well). NES Remix will certainly be going on for a while though, especially since I don’t really have any strong idea of when it will end (since I’m going for Rainbow Stars now), but as usual, that will be continuing on for the weekend. As far as upcoming projects are concerned, one project you can look forward to starting on my channel, before the July 4th anniversary anyway, will be the next Advance Wars playthrough with Advance Wars: Dual Strike. I don’t know if that will be the project starting next week or the one replacing Dynasty Warriors 2, as it will all depend on if I can come up with another short game to do, or not. I would have loved to have Star Fox (SNES) or Zelda II prepared, but I’m still not feeling ready for those just yet (although I do want them done by the end of the year). I’m also looking to getting Mario Kart Wii and Super Mario Galaxy 2 going as well, but whether they will happen before the anniversary or not, again, I just don’t know.

So…what’s the agenda looking like at the monent? Well, looking at what I’ve said in past updates and in this update…I’ve promised Advance Wars: Dual Strike, Super Mario Galaxy 2, Sonic Adventure, and a mysterious fourth project. I’ve also announced I want to do Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, The Walkiing Dead Season 3, Mario Kart Wii, one of the Mario Party 3DS games, and potentially getting started with the Mega Man Game Boy games. Then, in this update, I announced the potential for starting Zelda II and Star Fox, and as you’ll find out in the final videos for Pokemon Trading Card Game, I’m still very much interested in returning to Pokemon Stadium as well and finish up those loose ends from several years ago. So yeah…safe to say, I have a lot on my mind at the moment, and I’m still not 100% on how the pieces will fall into place. But…you guys know how I am and you know that I eventually get things moving in a direction that works for me, so I imagine by next month I’ll have a better idea on what is exactly coming up. The only question is…will I reveal my master plan when the time comes? Probably not, but at least you know of some potential candidates now!

Moving on to Twitch, streaming has actually been going quite well as of late! Thanks to my streams, I’ve finished three games in the last 2 months; Shovel Knight, Freedom Planet, and Digimon World 1. I’ve done various The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past item randomizers and have been trying desperately to beat my 2 hour, 51 second PB (personal best) time. I’ve been going through a Pokemon Yellow Randomized Nuzlocke run. I recently started playing through Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia. And when I’ve had time and the desire to, I’ve tried doing RetroAchievements, but safe to say, that hasn’t been my focused. But yeah, streaming has been going good! As usual, I stream every Saturday night (not this Saturday, since I have a class reunion, but in general, it will be every Saturday) at 8:00 PM EDT. During the weekdays, my schedule is completely random, so be on the look-out for my Twitter posts that announce when streams are happening. Monday is usually my Link to the Past randomizer day, so that’s usually the only constant in my weekday schedule. So yeah, go to the link below if you are interested in checking out the action!

On the website, The Simpsons Retrospective I’ve been working on is about to come to a close for the end of the 1st Season! I am by no means done with doing these write-ups, but I am taking a bit of a break after I finish the final episode of the first season (which should be up later this week or next week). This break should last until after my Anniversary (again, July 4th), so I’ll get back into the “spring” of things (get it? SPRINGfield?) sometime after that date. In fact, I may try to also finish up any website loose ends I have at that point too, since there are some sections that are still lacking some data and information. These really have been a lot of fun to work on though and it’s cool to see that I’ve actually made it through an entire season!

I think that’s about all I wanted to report in on though. Again, if you’ve been keeping up with all of my mediums, then you should be pretty well informed of this stuff already, but this is for all the individuals who are kind of split up between all the different things I do, whether you are Youtube subscribers, Twitch followers, or heck, even just a random lurker who found the Simpson reviews. I like to keep updates like this to keep people informed of all the things I’ve been working on, and these probably make good time capsules as well! So yeah, I think that’s going to do it for now, so I’ll leave it at that. I’ll see you guys next month for another written update and then in July for the next video update! Later folks!

– SlimKirby

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SlimKirby Central #10. November 2016

Hello everybody, SlimKirby here, and welcome to the newest addition to SlimKirby Central. If you’ve stumbled on this page, you’ll notice that this update isn’t going to be like the other updates I’ve done for this series. I’ll have a video posted on November 15th, 2016 explaining the circumstances, but this month’s update is going to be a written update and not a video update. My apologies if you wanted to have my angelic voice guide you through another month of stuff happening on the SlimKirby scene, alongside my video game music collection, but hopefully this will suffice for this month because the update I was going to make just wasn’t working for me. If you would like the advice of a soundtrack you could listen to during this read-through, I recommend the Yoshi’s Woolly World soundtrack, or a game I’ve played through recently all the way through again, Fire Emblem: Blazing Sword. Just to give a few suggestions…

So just like the normal videos, I’m going to go through all the mediums one by one and just update you on things going on, things coming up, and stuff of that nature. I’ll even throw in some shout-outs along the way.

Youtube

Currently I’ve been working on wrapping up The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, and I’ve also playing through Wario Land 3 and all the boards of Mario Party DS. Ocarina of Time is about finished and will actually conclude on Thursday of this week (November 17th). Ocarina of Time has been an amazing project and I’m honestly surprised at how much I’ve had fun with it. Going into the project, it wasn’t my favorite Zelda game (heck, not sure I would even put it in my Top 5), but I have a newfound respect for it after playing it again. Thankfully, although the project is ending, it will not be the last we see of Ocarina of Time. It will return next year in a small mini-series where I play through all the dungeons Master Quest style on the 3DS version of the game. This way, you get a taste of Master Quest and you get a taste of the 3DS port of the game, which is honestly, in my opinion, the definitive version of Ocarina of Time.

As for the other two projects, I’ve been moving along quite swimmingly, or at least I like to think that I am. At this point I’m about half-way through Wario Land 3, and this weekend will be the fourth of five Mario Party DS boards I cover. However, while their ends will be certain (early December for the former, late November for the latter), at this point I’m a bit uncertain of how the extra videos will go, not to mention how long they will last. Because of this, once I get to the extra content, I’m going to try and get as much done as I can. This means that I won’t be starting any new projects until roughly December 5th or 6th at the earliest, and I don’t foresee any other new projects until I’ve maybe finished the extra content for one of the two games (or maybe even both).

My main goal is to finish both Mario Party DS and Wario Land 3 before the end of the year. As usual and as probably expected, I am once again hosting a Project of the Year video that will be posted on the last day of 2016, and I would like to qualify both Wario Land 3 and Mario Party DS for the voting of that video. Even though they may be cutting it pretty damn close, the main parts of their playthroughs will be finished before the first full week of December, and I think that more than qualifies them, even if they do have quite a bit of bonus and extra content to go. Anything else that starts in December will not be finished before December ends, so they will not be qualified, but they will be qualified for the following year’s list, undoubtedly.

So breaking all of this down into a calendar representation, this is how each week’s upload schedule will look like for the next 3-4 weeks. Next week (Thanksgiving week), Wario Land 3 will be uploaded every single weekday except Thanksgiving (I have something special planned for Thanksgiving), and I’ll post the final board of Mario Party DS on that weekend. The next week will finish out the main part of Wario Land 3 on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, while I’ll start posting extra videos of Mario Party DS on Tuesday and Thursday in addition to Saturday and Sunday. The following week (December 5th), is when I’ll start my new project (which I’ll get into next paragraph) and that will more than likely be posted on Monday, Wednesday and Friday while I use the other 4 days to finish up whatever I have left of the other two projects. I know it might seem a little confusing, but trust me, I have everything worked out in my head and I’m pretty confident in what I’m doing.

As for the new project, it’s not really a surprise as this has been advertised for an entire year by this point, but the newest LP is going to be Super Paper Mario, a project I’m really excited about and really looking forward to, especially with how well Paper Mario and Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door were received on my channel. They were both Project of the Year recipients and I’m very curious to see if this series can do it three times in a row. However, I probably shouldn’t even get into 2017’s Project of the Year when 2016’s hasn’t even been named yet. Anyway, I do have an idea of what projects I will release after the extras of both Wario Land 3 and Mario Party DS have been finished, and at this point, I’m 90% certain they are going to remain the same, but just for fun, or at least until next month, I’m going to keep quiet and see if I can keep the suspense going. After all, I also need to decide what projects I’m going to tease at the end of the Project of the Year video for 2017!

But what else can you expect on my channel in the coming weeks? Well, I did tease a special video to be released on Thanksgiving, and if you have been paying attention to my SlimKirby Central videos as of late, you probably have an idea of what that video is going to be (I have been working on it for the entire year after all). Also, I have returned to the world of Pokemon Go, FINALLY, after too many months of not playing the game. So maybe, JUST MAYBE, I can work on another log video talking about my experiences and some of the new features I have not discussed yet. And of course, as already mentioned in this section, it wouldn’t be the end of the year without my traditional “Project of the Year” video. Even though it really doesn’t pertain to November and will be more pressing in December, I will announce that voting for that video will start not long after I finish the main game of Wario Land 3 or after I finish the extras of Mario Party DS. So basically, before the next SlimKirby Central, so keep your eyes peeled.

I think that’s all I have to talk about though, so let’s move on to some shorter sections where I have less to talk about.

Twitch

Ok, so I’ll be talking about this a bit more in my November 15th update video, but at this current point in time, I am taking a bit of a break from Twitch for a few weeks. I know this is very disappointing to many of my Twitch fans, but at this point in time, I really need a break, and I feel like it’s a very good time to take one. I just recently finished three games, I’ve had a major lack of interest in RetroAchievements, and moving forward, there’s just not really a whole lot I want to stream at the moment. So instead of fighting the stress of streaming in addition to all of that other stuff, it just makes more sense to step away for a bit and refresh myself before jumping into the fray again.

However, please do not consider this to be the end of my streaming or my Twitch channel. This break is only temporary and I already have plenty of ideas for stuff I will be doing when I return. For one, the Digimon World stream, which has been highly requested since I finished Digimon World 2 and got my hands on Digimon World 1…it will no doubt be one of my top and first priorities when I return. With how much fun DW2 was last year, I would love to experience the same hype all over again (assuming I like the game and it doesn’t pull a DW3 on me). Also, with how much fun my Name That Tune special was last month, I’d love to host another event like that over the Holidays and potentially get more competitors for not only my contests, but also for Odinspack33’s trivia nights that he hosts on his stream channel.

Speaking of which, if you would like to fill the void of your stream viewing pleasures, I highly recommend you check out Odinspack and his brother Cypheron on their co-op Twitch channel called Ami_Bros. They host a stream event every single day and I’m very set on helping them get more followers and more exposure because they are very set on making this channel huge and I would like to see them accomplish that. I’ve known Odin for a very long time and he’s a very good friend of mine, so please, go and show him and his bro some support! I also have many other friends who stream pretty regularly as well, so don’t be afraid to check them out as well, as they are very good people; SMXLI, KingofKienzan, WolfSheikah, AlanEdgeHead

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Still do not have a lot to talk about on this front, but we are getting closer and closer to finishing our next project. We just have to do commentary for a few more parts and we should be good to go. We also have a few other projects on backlog that we are looking into, so just stick with us and maybe we will have something for you guys in the coming weeks. Meanwhile, we are looking forward to the return of Magfest, which will be happening in the first week of January, so maybe we can get a few other things recorded there for you guys as well.

Website

Yeah, don’t have a lot of action here either, but I’m looking to having that change when we get into 2017. I know it may seem like a broken record, but to put things in perspective, I feel like 2016 has seen the most use of my website so far in the last 2 or 3 years of this site existing. I find it difficult for me to keep this updated just because the days I used to frequent message boards and write essays every day are over, so when it comes to writing articles or reviews, I’m just not as prolific as a writer as I once was, which is kind of the downside of this kind of work that I do. However, just from writing this update, I feel like it’s something that I really should try to get back into, because there are lots of things I have to say about video games and gaming in general. But yeah, that’s my plan anyway…whether or not I succeed, we’ll just have to see. Also, I’ll try to have a new Question Corner out this week. With no streams this week, I should be able to get that done.

Star Warrior Shout-Out

I already gave a handful of shout-outs earlier, but there is something I have neglected to mention so far that I really feel like highlighting because it potentially saved me from not only spending more money, but also preventing any delays on the channel as well.

So if you’ve been watching the Ocarina of Time playthrough, you know that I was having some slight issues with my capture device as of late. I really don’t know why that was the case, it’s still a mystery to me, and I’m not even 100% sure that the problem has been fixed. But, thanks to Youtube user General Snivy, I was able to not only contact Elgato technical support, but he also helped me run some tests to make sure everything was working properly. And as of right now, I think I might be good to go moving forward. Again, I’m not 100% convinced everything is working perfectly, but with how fickle technology can be and how it can be your worst enemy in this type of work, I feel a lot better moving forward.

So of course, this month’s Star Warrior shout-out goes out to General Snivy for helping me out of, honestly a situation that kind of freaked me out a little bit. I haven’t had any major tech issues (with exception to my Internet when it comes to streaming, but that’s another issue entirely) in a very long time and I was kind of hoping that I was done with that stuff. Given, I shouldn’t be so ignorant as there will no doubt always be some sort of issues that develop, but still, it was nice having a winning streak for once and it’s also nice to know that the streak can kind of continue. General Snivy has been a long-time watcher of my videos and he was also a frequent competitor in the Star Warrior Cup tournaments I used to host on Mario Kart 8. I also interact with him on Twitter sometimes (which is how all of this tech support started) and he is a very nice guy. He does Let’s Plays of his own on his own channel, consisting of Banjo Kazoie for X-Box Live Arcade, Diddy Kong Racing, Kingdom Hearts 1.5 Final Mix and various other games, so check him out if you are interested in those games, and thank you General for saving me from a giant freak-out.

Conclusion

So with all of that said and done, I think I’m about ready to wrap this update up. Thanks to everyone for all of your continued support and patience, and again, I do apologize for this being a written update instead of a video one and of course for the stream hiatus, but I’m hoping with a month and a half left of 2016, we can end the year on a bang, so let’s see what we can do. I’m really excited for next month’s update as it’s looking to be more of a look-forward into 2017, and I’m very optimistic about the new year. 2016 has been a difficult year for sure, and with recent political updates, 2017 may not have a lot of high hopes right now, but I feel like the more negatively you look at something before it happens, you’re already setting yourself up for failure, which is not a good thing. So let’s all just try to be the best we can be and do what we can to make this world worth living, ok? I’ll talk you guys soon! Later folks!

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SlimKirby Central #9. October 2016

Welcome to the ninth issue of SlimKirby Central! This is a series where I get into what’s currently going on with my Youtube channel, my Twitch channel and everything else I do in between; including some updates of what’s going on for me outside of the Internet world, if I feel like it’s applicable.

 

 

Not a lot to mention for the month of October. Just general updates on what projects would be starting on both Youtube and Twitch, giving some progress on a video that’s been in production for awhile now, and I give a very special shout-out to someone whose work I’ve admired and respected for some time now.

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SlimKirby Central #8. September 2016

Welcome to the eighth issue of SlimKirby Central! This is a series where I get into what’s currently going on with my Youtube channel, my Twitch channel and everything else I do in between; including some updates of what’s going on for me outside of the Internet world!

 

 

For September, there wasn’t a whole lot to mention, despite the length of the video probably saying otherwise. Just giving an update of projects to expect by the end of the year, and I also start talking about some things on my mind and do a little reflection on my attitude when responding to comments.

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SlimKirby Central #7. August 2016

Welcome to the seventh issue of SlimKirby Central! This is a series where I get into what’s currently going on with my Youtube channel, my Twitch channel and everything else I do in between; including some updates of what’s going on for me outside of the Internet world!

 

 

For August’s update, I talk about the progress of the NES Marathon and the upcoming projects to follow it. Also speak pretty in-depth about the status of streaming and my website.

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SlimKirby Central #6. July 2016

Welcome to the sixth issue of SlimKirby Central! This is a series where I get into what’s currently going on with my Youtube channel, my Twitch channel and everything else I do in between; including some updates of what’s going on for me outside of the Internet world!

 

 

For July’s update, I talked about the upcoming NES Marathon on my channel for the month of August. Also talked a little bit about streaming, the revival of PuddlePlains for a new Puddles project, and some other things on my mind.

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SlimKirby Central #5 - May 2016

Welcome to the fifth issue of SlimKirby Central! This is a series where I get into what’s currently going on with my Youtube channel, my Twitch channel and everything else I do in between; including some updates of what’s going on for me outside of the Internet world!

 

 

As of this month, I’ve decided not to include the outline because it’s all in the video description of the above video, so if you want to see it, click on the “Youtube” button in the video window to go to the actual page. From now on I’ll just give a brief summary below the video to address what was going on during this time.

As for May’s update, I talked about the upcoming Momocon 2016 convention and how that will affect my stream schedule over the following few weeks and bounced a few other ideas around for the most part.

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SlimKirby Central #4 - April 2016

Welcome to the fourth issue of SlimKirby Central! This is a series where I get into what’s currently going on with my Youtube channel, my Twitch channel and everything else I do in between; including some updates of what’s going on for me outside of the Internet world!

 

(Every bullet point will be time stamped, so you know what part of the video discussion starts on that topic)

Episode 4: April 2016

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a). Sonic CD will finish up next week on Tuesday, and I will upload an extra Brawl video on Thursday since Sonic CD will be over. Aside from that, schedule will continue as normal.
b). Kirby’s Return to Dreamland will be the replacement project for Sonic CD and will start on April 26th.
c). Super Mario Galaxy and Mega Man 7 will be upcoming projects as well, following Sacred Stones & Return to Dream Land, but the order of this will depend a lot on how I’m feeling.
d). Super Smash Bros. Brawl will continue for awhile, so no replacement weekend projects announced yet.
e). Currently figuring out other projects for the future. No cause for alarm as I’ll probably have more ideas by next update.

II. Twitch – 4:46
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a). New and modified rules on my Twitch page! Check them out before participating in chat, whether you are new or haven’t been around for awhile.
b). Digimon World 3 starting tonight (April 16th) as my next grinding stream game.
c). RetroAchievements going pretty well. Secure in Top 25 and trying to break and stay into Top 20, but will not be surprised if I drop some ranks here and there.
d). Thinking about doing some blind streams and maybe some speed run streams in the future. Expect blind streams to happen during my Wednesday night timeslot and speed run streams to be determined.

III. Shoutout, Thank Yous & Other Announcements – 10:04
a) Star Warrior Shout-out of the Month: WolfofStorms
b) Donation Goal of $550 for New Nintendo 3DS Capture Card has been met! Thank you to everyone who donated and supported me during this time!
c) To celebrate and show my appreciation for this donation goal being met, I will be planning a 24-hour stream event. Still thinking of the date and theme for the stream, so let me know if you have any ideas.

IV. Real Talk – 18:14
Talking about things going on in my life and things upcoming, namely Momocon! More information on that will be talked about on next month’s update. Until then though, just reminding everyone to stay strong and stay on top of things. You can do anything!

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SlimKirby Central #3 - February 2016

Welcome to the third issue of SlimKirby Central! This is a series where I get into what’s currently going on with my Youtube channel, my Twitch channel and everything else I do in between; including some updates of what’s going on for me outside of the Internet world!

 

(Every bullet point will be time stamped, so you know what part of the video discussion starts on that topic)

Episode 3: February 2016

I. Magfest 2016 – 0:18
a). Will be gone from February 16th – February 23rd
b). No streams during this time
c). Videos uploaded and scheduled during this time.
d). Videos will attempted to be recorded at the convention; namely Mario Kart: Double Dash Battle mode videos.

II. Youtube – 3:42
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a). Projects and Scheduling continuing as normal with small adjustments here and there to speed up Sacred Stones.
b). Tropical Freeze and Brawl’s Subspace Emissary to be finished in March.
c). Sonic CD looking to be next project after current wave.

III. Twitch – 9:41
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a). RetroAchievements progress very strong, hoping to make Top 30 soon!
b). Digimon World 2 ended this weekend and I started a RetroAchievements run of Pokemon Crystal as a replacement.

IV. Website – 12:41
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Nothing new to report on, lol.

V. PuddlePlainsHD – 13:11
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a). Recordings have continued, but still not ready to post until after Magfest.
b) As mentioned before, will be attempting to record some Puddles stuff AT Magfest.
c) Check Odinspack33’s Twitter for updates on his new “Name that Tune” competition!

VI. Shout-out of the Month – 15:21
Digital Blizz

VII. Real Talk & Conclusion – 18:18
Ok, so there isn’t much to really talk about here, this was mainly just me giving an inspirational “message” to those who, right now, are kind of struggling with balancing everything. It’s something I struggle with on a pretty regular basis, and I just wanted to give some advice in the form of what goes through my head and what calms me down during those times. Hope it helps!

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