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Monday, June 27, 2016

DOOM Intro

This is my first ever game capture video. And I'll admit it was harder than I thought. I'm not much into to talking, especially by myself and basically to myself. I find it easier to talk when someone is asking me a question. I had been a guest on a couple radio shows previously and I don't recall be nervous or self-conscious during those interviews. But for whatever reason I was both of those for this gameplay recording. I'm hoping it'll get better as I finish more videos. 

Anyway, on to DOOM Part 1. This is a basic intro to the game. You get a weapon and fight some demons. Find a new weapon and fight new demons along with the old demons. Some of the story is also coming out during the first video. 

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If there is anything you would like me to talk about during the gameplay, leave the suggestion in the comments section. 





Welcome!

Hello and welcome to LittleWatt Gameplay. This blog is dedicated to gameplay walkthrough and video game reviews. I might also have an interview occasionally and conduct a poll here and there. 

The origin of LittleWatt goes back years. Before cell phones people used CB radios to communicate on the go. With CB radios a person needed what was referred to as a “handle.” Basically the same thing as a log-on name or user ID. And my handle was LittleWatt.

I never used it because I was given the handle when I was just a boy, and by the time I was old enough to scour the CB bands, bag phones were already popular, which would soon be replaced with the first cellular phones. 

So where does LittleWatt come from? The initials in my first and middle name. G. E. I imagine General Electric still makes light bulbs but I'm guessing most folks now think of GE as the maker a large turbines for hydroelectric plants and jet engines. But at the time I received my CB handle, GE was the name in lightbulbs. So add the wattage associated with light bulbs—60 watt, 25 watt, 100 watt—and my young age (4 years old) you get Little Watt.