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I'm sure you remember my last one, the one with over 1000 screenshots then all the sses disappeared.
Well it's video this time and I'm still getting used to fraps so expect some ah mistakes, already got some pointers from helloween (thanks again buddy) anyway you don't want to hear me go on, let's get started.
Stolen from wiki-
Clive Barker's Undying is a horror-themed first-person shooter video game based on the Unreal Tournament game engine. It was developed by DreamWorks Interactive, and released in 2001 by Electronic Arts. Noted horror author Clive Barker was consulted in shaping the game's plot and background story and also provided the voice of Ambrose, a character in the game.
Undying follows the adventures of 1920s Irish paranormal adventurer Patrick Galloway as he investigates the mysterious occult happenings at the estate of his friend Jeremiah Covenant.
The game begins in 1923 , after World War I veteran Patrick Galloway receives an urgent letter from his friend Jeremiah Covenant. Covenant, well aware of Galloway's reputation for dealing with occult matters, is in failing health and raves about a curse that has destroyed his entire family. Galloway travels to the Covenant estate on the coast of Ireland to visit his friend, who relates an outlandish tale of supernatural terrors.-
I'll just use Dailymotion til it starts giving me trouble, then put it on youtube and Daily.
I'll let you watch the cutscenes in peace like Helloween does, as it's a good idea.
Yes I know my voice sucks. I hate it too.
Part 1 and 2, I thought I'd be using youtube but I'll just use daily, meaning 15 minute videos from now on.