Well, looks like I have to update the schedule from last week.
The surprise book reviews I was going to do with Mary? It was the Bailey School Kids series. I'm not completely throwing out the idea of doing videos with the six-year-old, but a whole week of nothing but Mary reviews is probably not the best idea. Here's the new schedule!
March 16: Shadow Wolf Mysteries: Under the Crimson Moon
March 23: Princess Isabella 2
March 30: Mystery Case Files: Dire Grove
April 6: Mystery Case Files: Dire Grove, Sacred Grove
April 13: Fire Emblem Gaiden
April 20: League of Light
April 27: Grim Façade: Sinister Obsession
May 4: Sherlock Holmes VS Jack the Ripper
Mystery Case Files: Dire Grove got moved up, because it's short. As in, one hour long. So I'll beef up that week with an April Fools Day video, if I can think of a good joke. Right now, all I have in mind is a parody of that AWFUL YOUTUE VIDEOS that six-year-old Mary watches.
Fire Emblem Gaiden was pushed back a month, for safety reasons. This week's walkthrough, Dark Strokes, was a pretty big failure, in terms of views. Fire Emblem has the potential to be a big failure, too, simply because it's so different from the games I usually walkthrough. I figured it was best to push it back, rather than risk two big failures in the same month. Who knows? I originally thought Zelda: Ocarina of Time would be a failure of a walkthrough, and it ended up being popular! Maybe Fire Emblem will do the same thing!