Livestream Schedule for May

The following is our list of Live Stream dates for the month of May:

Friday, May 4th: Rayman Origins (PS3)
Friday, May 11th: Cobra Command (NES)
Friday, May 18th: Adventure Island: The Beginning (Wii)
Friday, May 25th: STANLEY BUS FINALS! Vancouver Canucks (Chris “Superbus” Bowen) vs. Boston Bruins (Ed “Blacken” Ropple)

The first week, I just picked a game I bought recently and wanted to play. The second and third games were picked by Backloggery’s “Fortune Cookie” schedule. The last one, instead of Game Night, we get to see me, the reigning NHL ’12 Champion, allowing Ed Ropple, who has routinely stepped up to the plate to take on my title and been put in his place, to challenge me for the championship of each other once again in a best of seven series. My record of fifteen wins against eight losses will be on the line. As usual, my ability to come through in the clutch, actually defend without just stuffing all five of my guys into the net (unlike 99% of NHL ’12 players), and score without relying on nothing but one-timers (Ed and I are the only people capable of doing this, apparently) will prove out, all in front of a worldwide* audience. Can Ed come onto my home ice and take my title? Probably not, but it will be a fun time** regardless.

As for RPG Night, we had a tragic event in Xenoblade Chronicles that literally stunned us in chat. Let’s just say the rest of the game, and our motivation for going through it, is well set up going forward. Those are Saturday nights.

Our streams typically start at around 9:30 EST, so feel free to come by!

* Of about ten people on average, but one of them is in Australia, where they might have three hockey teams, so it counts, damn it.

** It’ll be fun for me, anyway.

Christopher Bowen

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.