Tim Norman is creating Stormo Plays Games
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patron

$5
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Hi,

My name is Tim Norman, but I usually go by 'Stormo' on the internet (It's a long story involving the original Gulf War and one of my high school teachers). I've been playing video games ever since I got a Commodore 16 (we weren't rich enough for a Commodore 64) for Christmas one year. I mainly grew up on 1990s arcade games, as well as whatever NES titles I could afford from my paper-round money.

I have a wide and eclectic taste in games, happy to dive into the latest big budget adventure (I'm right into The Witcher 3 as I type this) as I am into an arcade shooter (I'm a big fan of the DoDonPachi series).

My plan for my channel is to reflect this variety by not just making 'let's play' type videos, but also videos that go in depth on particular games, be they new-release indie games on Steam or big-budget console titles on the PS4. I would like to expand into covering older titles as well.

I'd also like to expand into doing more documentary-type features, talking about the history of games and the technology behind them, and even into interviews with developers (both current and past). Ultimately, I hope to be able to present a mix of live-action footage alongside in-game footage, and my intention is that my channel is more than just another 'let's play guy' on Youtube.

If you think this is a noble goal to have, then I would appreciate your support. I currently intend to offer one video each weekday, but if I reach my funding goals, this will increase up to a total of two per weekday (so 10 videos a week). I'm currently sorting out what I want to do with the additional videos, and I'll get that information out as soon as I can.

Thank you all for reading this, and I look forward to your support.
Goals
$5 of $100 per month
This is my baseline goal, enough to cover the cost of producing a video each weekday.
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Hi,

My name is Tim Norman, but I usually go by 'Stormo' on the internet (It's a long story involving the original Gulf War and one of my high school teachers). I've been playing video games ever since I got a Commodore 16 (we weren't rich enough for a Commodore 64) for Christmas one year. I mainly grew up on 1990s arcade games, as well as whatever NES titles I could afford from my paper-round money.

I have a wide and eclectic taste in games, happy to dive into the latest big budget adventure (I'm right into The Witcher 3 as I type this) as I am into an arcade shooter (I'm a big fan of the DoDonPachi series).

My plan for my channel is to reflect this variety by not just making 'let's play' type videos, but also videos that go in depth on particular games, be they new-release indie games on Steam or big-budget console titles on the PS4. I would like to expand into covering older titles as well.

I'd also like to expand into doing more documentary-type features, talking about the history of games and the technology behind them, and even into interviews with developers (both current and past). Ultimately, I hope to be able to present a mix of live-action footage alongside in-game footage, and my intention is that my channel is more than just another 'let's play guy' on Youtube.

If you think this is a noble goal to have, then I would appreciate your support. I currently intend to offer one video each weekday, but if I reach my funding goals, this will increase up to a total of two per weekday (so 10 videos a week). I'm currently sorting out what I want to do with the additional videos, and I'll get that information out as soon as I can.

Thank you all for reading this, and I look forward to your support.

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