It feels like I've been ignoring this blog lately, because I don't have enough time to write. I'm running out of time a lot, it seems. I also haven't been able to keep up with studying non-English languages and videogame work.
Maybe it's because it's summer, and I have to spend more time watching Mary. Maybe it's just bad time management on my part. Maybe it's because I keep screwing up whenever I do have free time, and I waste it on random stuff instead of work.
My current big timewaster is recording those games on the Wii. I really should stop trying to play games that are well over ten hours long. So I'm making an executive decision to NOT do a walkthrough for Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. First of all, because it's too darn long. Second of all, because there was a huge lack of interest in my Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess walkthrough. And third of all, Nintendo/YouTube's copyright detection system is pretty good at finding Zelda games, so I probably wouldn't make any money off of it.
Another big timesaver would be not doing speedruns for a while, because those are not very profitable, in terms of the time I put in VS the reasonable return I can expect. This puts me in kind of an awkward spot, because I had plans to do a speedrun year. Like, I was going to speedrun every new game I got this year. I've done three speedruns I haven't posted yet! Shadow Wolf Mysteries: Curse of Wolfhill, Whispered Secrets: Everburning Candle and Mystery Tales: Her Own Eyes Meaning the two I need to finish are Living Legends: Bound By Wishes and Spirits of Mystery: Family Lies. Maybe I should just post the three speedruns I have done, and not bother with the other two.
Speedrunning Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None would be interesting, especially with how you can solve a lot of puzzles in any order. It'd also be infuriating, with its strange triggers and its copious "talk to everyone about everything in order to proceed" puzzles.