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So I decided that it would make more sense if I notified readers of Gamer Limit Live in one monthly post since I don’t want to overrun the front page with my live streams. I’m sure that will be appreciated by all.

I will be moving each excerpt into its own section within this post and provide updates after each night so people that missed it know what the video encompasses. So be sure to hit the break to watch any of the live streams during the month of August. Enjoy and be sure to follow my Twitch.tv channel!

There was no Gamer Limit Live on Wednesday and Thursday since I spent my time playing Madden NFL 12 for review. But, embargo is up on Madden today so after a Rift 10-man or two I’ll be live streaming Madden NFL 12! I expect the Rift 10-mans to run from 7:30 to 10:30PM EST and Madden around 11PM EST. Enjoy!

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2011 – Deus Ex: Human Revolution

Played some Deus Ex: Human Revolution for about 3 hours. Really enjoying the gameplay so far but getting used to the Xbox 360 controls has really been difficult for me. I don’t know if it is lag within my setup, the game itself, or me being away from console shooters for a while. Nonetheless, I will power through it and most likely adapt. The game will be reviewed by myself for both the Xbox 360 and PC.

Monday, August 22nd, 2011 – Terraria

Ended up doing a 10-man in Rift but the video got corrupt somehow. So, I ended up trying out Terraria for the first time. I lasted about 20 minutes but I definitely plan on revisiting it. That is, once I figure out what the hell I’m doing.

Sunday, August 21st, 2011 – Rift 20-man raid

Pretty good raid night. Ended up one shotting Prince Hylas and Greenscale and moved onto progression in River of Souls. Ended up wiping quite a bit on Plutonus but we should definitely have him down next week!

Saturday, August 20th, 2011 – Rift 20-man raid

For Saturday, August 20th I will be doing yet another Rift raid. At the moment my Rift raiding schedule is Thursday – Sunday so expect Rift and other games on those days. Also, I plan on playing some Xenoblade Chronicles after Rift around 11pm for those that are interested.

Update: Guild went ahead and 15-manned 2 bosses in Greenscale and one boss in River of Souls. Seem to be having some attendance issues but at least we can still get the content we need to do done. Tomorrow night’s raid should have better attendance. Anyhow, enjoy the raid above.

Friday, August 19th, 2011 – Rift 10-man raid


Another night of Rift tonight. The plan for tonight is some 10-man raids and maybe some PvP if I feel like it. I also plan on streaming some Bastion later as well since I really need to beat that fantastic game already.

Enjoy and be sure to go to my Twitch.tv channel if you want to chat it up while I play. Distractions are always welcome.

Update: Went ahead and cleared Drowned Halls 10-man raid. Ran into a couple of issues with a zoning bug but cleared the instance. Enjoy parts one and two above.

Thursday, August 18th, 2011 – Rift 20-man raid

After a bit of a break from live streaming I have spent the past couple of weeks getting my setup ready for a comeback. After overclocking my PC, purchasing an XSplit license, and figuring out a schedule it is time to start!

Recently I have been preparing for a couple of articles that revisit Rift since I reviewed it. And because of that, I must raid. So tonight, enjoy some Rift raids. Depending on how many people show up tonight it could be Greenscale, River of Souls, or rifts.

Update: Only had 15 people show up so ended up doing the first boss of Greenscale and the 3 foci in River of Souls. If you missed it, feel free to check out the raid above.

  1. Xsplit sounds like a really cool service, I still haven’t played around with live streaming much but it definitely seems like a great app for it. Have they added anymore raids onto Rift yet?

    • XSplit is pretty great. It is in beta still so you can try it out for free at the moment which I strongly recommend. It basically offers everything that Adobe Flash Media Encoder + vhscrcap offers but in a nice, simple package.

      As for Rift, they added a tier 2 20-man raid called Hammerknell which is extremely challenging. I’m in a guild that probably has another month or so of progression until we get there so hopefully I can cover it in a month or two.

    • Cool I look forward to it. Rift kind of turned me off with the sameness of how classes played but it has potential as long as they can expand on the content.

  2. avatar A.W.

    I am going to put this here, but something has been jacking around with your site recently.

    For instance, about a week ago for like 3 days every time i tried to go to your site, i got redirected to a completely unrelated site.

    And then last night i went and my browser (google chrome) claimed that there was malware here. i decided not to risk it.

    So… just a heads up.

    • Yea we have been having issues with the latest WordPress. Colin is working on it. I haven’t seen the redirect – that one is interesting. But the malware stuff I can assure you is being worked on.

  3. So what are you thoughts on Deus Ex Kevin? Would have watched your stream last night but I was too busy playing it myself ;p!

    • I’m enjoying it so far. Really prefer the PC version though. I especially enjoy the freedom to approach each situation in a unique way. One of the few games I’ve played where I’ve said to myself, “I’m totally gonna play this 2-3 times.”

    • Yeah it is funny I love the pc version but I actually play on a 360 controller ;p! What setting are you playing on?

  4. avatar Sahira

    Review by Grady Harp for Rating: The August 2010 issue of POETS AND ARTISTS is yet another sseccus for this progressive magazine. There are many fine artists and poets contained in this beautifully designed issue, but one slight variation deserves note: there is a fourteen page excerpt from poet Laura McCullough’s collection PENETRATION DANDELION. Not only are the excerpted poems of the highest quality, but the layout of this presentation of one poet’s books is an art form in and of itself. Another pleasant aspect is Didi Menendez’ decision to continue the Past Contributors’ section, an opportunity for regular readers to watch the progress of their favorite painters displayed in previous issues. For instnace, young Jose9 Parra is represented by four new paintings completed since his last year’s feature article and review. By including such information and visuals, Menendez encourages the reader to become visual collectors, appreciating the progression of the artists of today.As with every issue of this journal, this is a fine collection to own. Grady Harp, July10

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