Let’s Play Amnesia: The Dark Descent

I would consider this one of the great first person horror classics in the mid 2000’s that was released to a lot of grandeur due to YouTube gaming having launched and being a thing, boosting this game’s popularity up really nice. The game itself is really well done, with lots of scares and the anxiety of something “always chasing you” being there prominently throughout the entire playthrough. In this particular run, I have beaten the game so many times I almost have everything down and memorized, so the scare factor isn’t there for me as much anymore as it was my first few runs. It was still a nice and pleasant journey going through this game to celebrate Halloween for Horror Month 2021, however. I can’t wait to jump into Machine for Pigs and Rebirth, as those two Amnesia franchise games I don’t really know a whole lot about and will pretty much be blind runs.


  • Let’s Play Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (Veteran Difficulty Run)
    Let’s Play Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (Veteran Difficulty Run)

    We revisit one of my favorite FPS games of all time on the Xbox 360 via the Xbox One! This is a complete run through the game on veteran difficulty, collecting all of the intel collectibles along the way! What a fun and amazing campaign


  • Let’s Play Alan Wake Remastered (Nightmare Difficulty Run)
    Let’s Play Alan Wake Remastered (Nightmare Difficulty Run)

    One more time through the game on the hardest difficulty and to collect those nightmare exclusive collectibles on the way. This ended up being not as bad as I thought it would be, but there were a few choke points in the playthrough


  • Let’s Play Alan Wake Remastered (100% Collectibles)
    Let’s Play Alan Wake Remastered (100% Collectibles)

    Playing through the game on normal difficulty and collecting all of the 200+ collectibles on the way. This was a fun experience on the remastered, but I can only imagine what it’ll be like on the nightmare difficulty for the achievement