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Hey guys! I know it’s been awhile, but I been busy. Anyway, since I bought a PlayStation 4 console I been utilizing the Live Broadcast feature where I can freely live stream my game-play and audio onto Twitch, YouTube, or Dailymotion. I started streaming Resident Evil 1 Remastered on YouTube and then began my journey with Twitch with Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, the new installment in the series that brought the fear back to the genre. Below are all of the parts of my Live Stream Journey with surviving and eventually beating Resident Evil 7 after 14 hours and 51 minutes. Yes, I know, I wasn’t going for any speed runs. But I paid over $60.00 for the preorder and I wanted to get my money’s worth.

In these videos you won’t see my face, but you will hear my voice, and may be some for the first time. This commentary is surely improvised through my own sense of humor, references, actual fear, and influences from other friend streams, Conan’s Clueless Gamer, and several other comedic avenues. Below are the videos in order. The first set of live streams were on YouTube until I played live on Twitch. My Twitch name is SaucyAsparagus. However only four YouTube remain due to Twitch’s limited archived videos.

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First set of videos were my four attempts of getting all the hints and clues of the demo called, Resident Evil 7: Beginning Hour.

Next, is the actual game footage.

Note: All archived Twitch live stream videos have been permanently removed. Unfortunately, due to losing those later Twitch videos you are unable to view the end of the campaign. Someday I’ll redo the campaign with my new PlayStation Camera as well.

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