Oh I'm not saying they dont exist, it's just confusing to me how the sound can be so different if we're watching the same stream.
highest number of patreons ever. it's been a steady climb the last few days.
It's very dependant on audio hardware. You'd be surprised at how low the range can be on some equipment, even high end "gamer" headsets and speakers.
Just whenever Blood can get to it, so yeah, tonight/after impressions I bet
My unfounded and uninformed theory is that, besides Kyle enjoying the gig and getting a chance to hone a different skill set, it's also a small way for Keighley to either A) keep the number of crew members down or B) add a little extra on top of Kyle's wage because he likes the dude.
Not to mention him not being around for the Nintendo reactions for the past two years has been a big bummer. I'm sure the money is nice and living in LA off of a Patreon can't be the most comfortable way to go, so I get it. Still sucks.
The good thing about Nintendo is that you kinda know what you are getting with them.
kyle not, and I don't think he has ever been on the E3 nintendo directs, he always have stuff to do on the E3 coliseum side, and I don't think huber was there neither.
Kyle is working with Keighley. Huber wants to be on the show floor as soon as doors open to shoot Syndrome. Nintendo’s schedule doesn’t allow us to cover it and get to E3 on time.
Being a celebrity kinda makes it more appealing to a larger group of people I suppose.
it also helps that for some reason cyberpunk 2077 is just huge on youtube, both this trailer and the gameplay trailer demo last year have millions and millions of views, the E3 trailer has 8.1M and the gameplay demo 16M, there is a huge audience for this game.
I don't think it is bad for the allies, or Kyle, to keep strong connections to Keighley. Industry ties are always going to be a great benefit. Also, Kyle may just enjoy working with Keighley.
Those are both true, but my point remains. If he's going to be with Keighley, it's too bad that it's not a more substantial role.
is it where it's almost kind of wooooshy or like someone covered the sound in plastic wrap temporarily? if so i hear it all the time (especially when they're opening packages at the end of tuesday streams) and it bums me out.