Live Stream (Tentative) Schedule For November

The Gaming Bus Live Stream schedule is set… kinda.

Here’s how the month is tentatively set to go:

* Friday, November 4th: Castlevania (NES)
* Saturday, November 12th: Michael Jordan: Chaos in the Windy City (SNES)
* Friday, November 18th GAME NIGHT: Team Fortress 2

Regular chat goers will notice two things about this: one, why are we doing a regular chat on the 12th instead of the 11th, and two, where is the 25th, or Black Friday? That’s where “kinda” and “tentative” come into play, because hockey is starting to seep into my schedule. I have games on that Friday, and honestly, even that Saturday is in doubt, because I have huge, HUGE games that night, up in the northern part of CT. Even Friday the 4th (today) is in jeopardy, as due to the snow storm that hit the northeastern part of the US last week, I still don’t have internet because the town where my ISP is located still has a lot of people without power. I’m not even the only one on my staff that was affected by this. If I can’t go online, I can’t stream, but I’ll know for sure if I’m able to stream by afternoon; pay attention to the GB twitter.

As for the 25th, once again hockey rears its head, as I have a big tournament that weekend. In short, the only day cemented in stone is the 18th, where we hope to get 24 people for a game of Team Fortress 2 on Brandon’s server. We’ll have some famous guests from around the industry, including RPG Fan’s Elizabeth Maas and even tentative appearance by Ben Paddon of GJIAF fame. It’s looking to be an amazing night, so anyone interested, drop a line! Remember, Team Fortress 2 is free to play.

Hopefully, I’ll see everyone for some legitimate chats!

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About Christopher Bowen

Christopher Bowen is the Editor in Chief of Gaming Bus. Before opening Gaming Bus in May of 2011, he was the News Editor at Diehard GameFAN, a lead reporter for DailyGamesNews, and a reviewer at Not A True Ending, also contributing to VIMM, SNESZone and Scotsmanality. Outside of the industry, he is a network engineer in Norwalk, CT and a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom.