Crain’s 20 in their 20s is a series of weekly video vlogs and articles that I post to my YouTube channel. These are the thoughts and opinions of the author. If you like these videos, please subscribe, rate, and leave me a comment. I’d love to hear your thoughts and opinions.
The series also features my friend and fellow YouTube creator, Chris K. I have a ton of respect for him because of his work, but also because he knows what he is doing and his opinions are his own. I can take the comments and opinions that other people leave on YouTube and put them into a blog, but if I write a book or make a video game, I am not going to share my thoughts there either. I want to share them with you.
This is a good example of what I meant by sharing them with you. So here’s a question that I get a lot on YouTube: how many of my video games do I like? Most of my games are on the list, but a lot of them are on the backburner, or not featured. They are all great games, and I have a lot of respect for the people who make them.
So here’s an idea for you: take that list and go through them again, and see if you can pick one of them to feature. It’s a great way to get to know a lot of the games that I love without making them sound like you’ve watched them all.
I had a lot of fun this past weekend playing Crains 20 in their 20 years. The game is set in a dystopian Future World where the populace is forced to accept a new rulebook. One rulebook, for those of you not in the know, is that if you don’t get high, you die. You have to go to high school/college/work for a while, and then you can have sex for three years. That’s it.
This is a game about a dystopian future where everyone is forced to accept a new rulebook. It’s the only one that really matters, and it’s the one with the most potential for abuse. That makes it a perfect game for a group of friends to get together and talk about something that matters.
That’s not it, but at least we can start the conversation without it getting weird. The game is an action-RPG with a strong fantasy element, and in particular a lot of the time we are in it we are doing things that you aren’t supposed to do in the real world. For example, our main character is supposed to be a hero, but he’s not.
We were not the first to find out this, and we are not the last. crain also is trying to make a difference in the real world. This is not a game that we are trying to make fun of, but we are trying to make a difference.
The game is based on a series of short stories published by crain and crain’s sister, crain’s brother in fact, crain’s mother. In each story, crain comes across something that is important to him, and crain wants to make something for him, but needs to make it himself. We are trying to do the same thing. We are trying to make it for ourselves.
It’s our job to be the “we” in this game – to be the people who are going to make the game for themselves, to make it for crains and crains sister, to make it for ourselves, and in the process, to try to make the world a better place.