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Let’s play Everyone’s Gone to the Rapture

OK, so I thought I’d test the waters by doing a series of Let’s Plays of Everyone’s Gone to the Rapture, the game that I reviewed here last week.

I haven’t done a tonne of Let’s Plays before because, well, frankly, YouTube is swamped with them and it’s likely that my feeble effort will get overlooked in the masses of more professional looking efforts. It’s a harsh reality but a fact.

My son also thinks that Everyone’s Gone to the Rapture isn’t an ideal game for a Let’s Play video series because it doesn’t have enough action in it to keep the viewer engaged. I guess we’ll see, won’t we?

I captured the footage using the PlayStation 4’s built-in game play capture feature (which is surprisingly easy) then edited it using Windows Movie Maker, which may not be the best choice but it seemed to work OK for a first effort, although the intro is lame and not very exciting. I’ll work on that if people want to see more of the videos.

So, without further ado, here is part one of my [second] playthrough of Everyone’s Gone to the Rapture. Comments would be appreciated on a) Whether you’d like to see more of the series, b) Whether you’re interested in Let’s Play videos on the site or not, and c) If you are interested, what other games would you like to see (provided I have them, of course).

As always, I appreciate your viewership/readership. Really, I do.

3 thoughts on “Let’s play Everyone’s Gone to the Rapture

  1. I enjoyed watching this, now I want to play the game but I don’t have a PS4. At the start, when you walk in to the cabin and look to the map on the right, I immediately thought “Toluca Lake”. But it has a whole engaging/ creepy feel of it’s own.

      1. The lake in Silent Hill. The map that you looked at at the start of your video reminded me of the maps in Silent Hill (and Toluca Lake which is a prominent feature both on the map and in the game).

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