LP Schedule

Below is a schedule of all current and known upcoming videos. It includes name, dates of the week and estimated end time (or if upcoming an estimated start time). SWA videos are older videos from my strangewhispers71 channel and are being re-uploaded here.

Current Video Lineup             
Tomb Raider (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdays) 10/10/17 ends 12/9/17
Ultimate General: American Civil War (Mondays) ends TBD
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus (Sunday, Wednesday and Fridays) 12/03/17 to 2/09/18
Max Payne 3 (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdays) 12/12/17 ends 1/18/18

Upcoming Videos                             
TBD….

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Wolfenstein II LP 05

We are back with Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, this time killing Nazi’s is relevant to our actual cultural situation.

This game is fantastic!

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is an action-adventure first-person shooter video game developed by MachineGames and published by Bethesda Softworks. It was released on 27 October 2017 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, and is scheduled for release in 2018 for Nintendo Switch. The game is the eighth main entry in the Wolfenstein series and the sequel to 2014’s Wolfenstein: The New Order, set in alternate history 1961 America following the Nazi victory of the Second World War. The story follows war veteran William “B.J.” Blazkowicz and his efforts to fight against the Nazi regime in the United States.

Wolfenstein II LP 04

We are back with Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, this time killing Nazi’s is relevant to our actual cultural situation.

This game is fantastic!

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is an action-adventure first-person shooter video game developed by MachineGames and published by Bethesda Softworks. It was released on 27 October 2017 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, and is scheduled for release in 2018 for Nintendo Switch. The game is the eighth main entry in the Wolfenstein series and the sequel to 2014’s Wolfenstein: The New Order, set in alternate history 1961 America following the Nazi victory of the Second World War. The story follows war veteran William “B.J.” Blazkowicz and his efforts to fight against the Nazi regime in the United States.

Tomb Raider LP 27 – Finale

We are back with Tomb Raider, below is their Usage Policy.

Square Enix Material Usage Policy

We at Square Enix are honored and excited when fans want to share Square Enix materials (such as screen shots or videos) online, but we do have to be mindful of some things. For instance, we want to avoid spoilers that would ruin the game for new players, and we cannot give you permissions over rights that we don’t own. (Sometimes we license content for our games, and the owners of that content decide what’s permissible.)

Please note that this policy does not apply to the following game franchises: Final Fantasy, Kingdom Hearts, Dragon Quest, Front Mission, Drakengard, or any other games developed by our home office in Japan. For those games, our colleagues will determine which uses are permissible on a game-by-game basis and they may elect to forbid all use, uploading or sharing of videos featuring those franchises. We ask that you please respect their wishes.

Since every situation is different and this policy applies to so many different games, we reserve the right to object to any use of Square Enix materials in our sole discretion. With that said, here are some general rules that guide our decisions:

* No Commercial Use: We don’t permit our materials to be used to make money or to gain any other financial benefit. That means you can’t sell our game content as if it were your own, and you can’t use it to help sell other products or services. Similarly, you can’t use Square Enix materials if you require a paid subscription for people to view it or you otherwise make money or some other financial benefit from it. However, we don’t mind if you monetize via advertising through partner programs like YouTube.com, Twitch.tv, Ustream.tv, or similar video sharing services.

* Only Square Enix Music: Some of our games contain music that we don’t own and merely license. Usually you’ll be able to recognize this (such as the radio music in Sleeping Dogs), but we understand it won’t always be clear. As a result, your video could be subject to automated filtering by the owner of the recording or composition. If you’re unsure about a particular song, please check the game credits. Since we cannot grant you a license to use someone else’s music, you’ll need to get permission from the copyright owner(s).

* Attribution: If you use our materials, you need to mention that they belong to us by showing our copyright notice. “© Square Enix” will suffice. On one hand, this protects us legally, and it’s also nice to give credit to the creators. If the materials include any credits or legal lines, you may not remove them.

* No Pre-release Footage: Unofficial footage of our games, including leaked footage, may not be posted online prior to the official release date, regardless of how the game or footage was obtained. If you receive an online “strike” by violating this guideline, we may not agree to remove it.

* No Spoilers: Spoilers can ruin a player’s game experience, so we ask you not to post them. Walk-through videos are generally ok, but the last hour of any game should not be posted earlier than one week after release.

* No Unauthorized Use or Copying: You still have to follow the terms of our software licenses, which means that you cannot modify any of our games without our permission and you cannot copy, reverse engineer, stream, distribute, broadcast or do anything else with the game software which would be in breach of the applicable end-user license.

* Unofficial Video: You must be clear to your audience that your usage is not sponsored or endorsed by Square Enix. It’s a problem if someone is apt to be confused and think that your video is official.

* No Ripping or Extracting Files: You may not split our videos (vocal, music, visual, etc.) and distribute components as separate assets.

* Our Trademarks: You may not use our trademarks (including, for example, the game title or our company name) other than to describe the fact that your Game Video is about one of our games. Use of our logos is not permitted at all.

* Don’t Be Offensive: We don’t want our materials to be used in an offensive way, so we won’t tolerate uses that are racist, sexist, homophobic, sexually explicit, hateful or otherwise inappropriate or illegal (such as piracy sites).

* Don’t Mix Our Materials With Those of Other Publishers: This confuses ownership and gets very messy.

These are the most common reasons we might object to your usage of our materials, but there may be others. Please use common sense and act responsibly. Note that you use our materials at your own risk, and we don’t offer any warranties. Also, please note that we can’t address individual requests for clearance, so feel free to share this link with anyone requesting details on our policy.

Wolfenstein II LP 03

We are back with Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, this time killing Nazi’s is relevant to our actual cultural situation.

This game is fantastic!

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is an action-adventure first-person shooter video game developed by MachineGames and published by Bethesda Softworks. It was released on 27 October 2017 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, and is scheduled for release in 2018 for Nintendo Switch. The game is the eighth main entry in the Wolfenstein series and the sequel to 2014’s Wolfenstein: The New Order, set in alternate history 1961 America following the Nazi victory of the Second World War. The story follows war veteran William “B.J.” Blazkowicz and his efforts to fight against the Nazi regime in the United States.

Tomb Raider LP 26

We are back with Tomb Raider, below is their Usage Policy.

Square Enix Material Usage Policy

We at Square Enix are honored and excited when fans want to share Square Enix materials (such as screen shots or videos) online, but we do have to be mindful of some things. For instance, we want to avoid spoilers that would ruin the game for new players, and we cannot give you permissions over rights that we don’t own. (Sometimes we license content for our games, and the owners of that content decide what’s permissible.)

Please note that this policy does not apply to the following game franchises: Final Fantasy, Kingdom Hearts, Dragon Quest, Front Mission, Drakengard, or any other games developed by our home office in Japan. For those games, our colleagues will determine which uses are permissible on a game-by-game basis and they may elect to forbid all use, uploading or sharing of videos featuring those franchises. We ask that you please respect their wishes.

Since every situation is different and this policy applies to so many different games, we reserve the right to object to any use of Square Enix materials in our sole discretion. With that said, here are some general rules that guide our decisions:

* No Commercial Use: We don’t permit our materials to be used to make money or to gain any other financial benefit. That means you can’t sell our game content as if it were your own, and you can’t use it to help sell other products or services. Similarly, you can’t use Square Enix materials if you require a paid subscription for people to view it or you otherwise make money or some other financial benefit from it. However, we don’t mind if you monetize via advertising through partner programs like YouTube.com, Twitch.tv, Ustream.tv, or similar video sharing services.

* Only Square Enix Music: Some of our games contain music that we don’t own and merely license. Usually you’ll be able to recognize this (such as the radio music in Sleeping Dogs), but we understand it won’t always be clear. As a result, your video could be subject to automated filtering by the owner of the recording or composition. If you’re unsure about a particular song, please check the game credits. Since we cannot grant you a license to use someone else’s music, you’ll need to get permission from the copyright owner(s).

* Attribution: If you use our materials, you need to mention that they belong to us by showing our copyright notice. “© Square Enix” will suffice. On one hand, this protects us legally, and it’s also nice to give credit to the creators. If the materials include any credits or legal lines, you may not remove them.

* No Pre-release Footage: Unofficial footage of our games, including leaked footage, may not be posted online prior to the official release date, regardless of how the game or footage was obtained. If you receive an online “strike” by violating this guideline, we may not agree to remove it.

* No Spoilers: Spoilers can ruin a player’s game experience, so we ask you not to post them. Walk-through videos are generally ok, but the last hour of any game should not be posted earlier than one week after release.

* No Unauthorized Use or Copying: You still have to follow the terms of our software licenses, which means that you cannot modify any of our games without our permission and you cannot copy, reverse engineer, stream, distribute, broadcast or do anything else with the game software which would be in breach of the applicable end-user license.

* Unofficial Video: You must be clear to your audience that your usage is not sponsored or endorsed by Square Enix. It’s a problem if someone is apt to be confused and think that your video is official.

* No Ripping or Extracting Files: You may not split our videos (vocal, music, visual, etc.) and distribute components as separate assets.

* Our Trademarks: You may not use our trademarks (including, for example, the game title or our company name) other than to describe the fact that your Game Video is about one of our games. Use of our logos is not permitted at all.

* Don’t Be Offensive: We don’t want our materials to be used in an offensive way, so we won’t tolerate uses that are racist, sexist, homophobic, sexually explicit, hateful or otherwise inappropriate or illegal (such as piracy sites).

* Don’t Mix Our Materials With Those of Other Publishers: This confuses ownership and gets very messy.

These are the most common reasons we might object to your usage of our materials, but there may be others. Please use common sense and act responsibly. Note that you use our materials at your own risk, and we don’t offer any warranties. Also, please note that we can’t address individual requests for clearance, so feel free to share this link with anyone requesting details on our policy.