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Just got Pokémon Y! (And Pokémon Red streams)

Just got Pokémon Y! (And Pokémon Red streams)

Hi everyone,

Yesterday I received my copy of Pokémon Y. I already own Pokémon X digitally, so I needed to get Y to finish this generation before jumping into the Omega Ruby./Alpha Sapphire and the Sun and Moon series.

Here’s the box:

Pokemon Y
The Pokemon Y game case

I’ll be doing live streams of this game soon, as I’m currently playing Pokémon Red from the 3DS Virtual Console.

You can see the Pokémon Red streams that I’ve done so far below:

Enjoy!

Playing Pokemon X – July 28, 2018

Playing Pokemon X – July 28, 2018

Hi everyone,

Below, you’ll find my gameplay videos of Pokemon X, which I played and streamed yesterday.

I purchased Pokemon X in the Nintendo eShop, and then used NTR CFW and NTRViewer to do the streaming, in case you’re wondering how I captured the gameplay:

Hope you like them!

Let's Play Team Kirby Clash Deluxe – April 12, 2017

Let's Play Team Kirby Clash Deluxe – April 12, 2017

Hi everyone,

Today there were a lot of game surprises that were shown in today’s Nintendo Direct. One of those games is Team Kirby Clash Deluxe, which is a Free To Start game available on the Nintendo eShop to download.

I immediately downloaded the game as it seemed fun in the short teaser shown in the Direct presentation and it is a game that indeed is full of fun! So after I downloaded the game, I decided to do a live streaming that you can watch below:

Hope you liked it!

Did you downloaded the game? Do you like it?

Let's Play Mario Kart 7 – April 12, 2017

Let's Play Mario Kart 7 – April 12, 2017

Today, I’ve been playing with my Nintendo 3DS and installed a CFW.

Something that I like now is that I can stream my gameplays easily, without using hardware. I simply installed and use NTR CFW Loader and a tool for the PC called Nitro Stream. Then, since the software doesn’t capture audio, I connect the 3DS to the PC using an aux cable to the Mic/Line In jack. Lastly, I’m using OBS Studio to capture the Nitro Stream screen and transmit the gameplay to YouTube. This is very easy to do and just requires having a good router and having the PC and 3DS connected.

Today, I made my first tests and I was really impressed, by the quality and that there is no lag in the screen you choose to prioritize (in this video, the top screen is prioritized since it is where all the action happens). Here, I’m sharing my live stream of Mario Kart 7. Hope you like it!