A Wild Eric Appears!

by 2/09/2016
Hey guys... Eric here.



Yea, I know it's been a while. But I've been working on some projects that needed my attention. Though, maybe as I catch up, Jay might ask for some more help with the blog again. For now, you got me this week because he's rather ill. And I think I speak for us all when I say we wish him well again soon.

You're likely curious about what the blog will be about with no announcements and the remodeling on hold as we all know Jay is not the only one to be sick. Well, as a writer I'm not involved in an in-depth way with Collapsus. So I got nothing. What I do have is some insight on some really awesome trends I've been noticing online.

I'm sure we've all had trolls and people just looking to give you a bad time online. You can't avoid it. So I'll say it's been real nice to see some great communities with my streaming. Most other streamers I've met are rather down-to-earth people. They're just trying to make their way and enjoy sharing their games with others. I've even made a few friends with some others streamers on a solid enough basis that we're looking to start a stream team together real soon. If anyone of you happen to follow my personal Twitter, you've likely seen me elude to such things.

But the real surprise, and the major point I want to make for the blog, is just how amazing it has been to work with other indie studios. So many are ready to tap streamers and content creators and set a working relationship with them to utilize word of mouth to help spread hype for their games, and more-so treating even small channels, such as myself, with nothing but the utmost respect. I've not once seen a studio requesting me to give anything but my honest opinion, a fact many wouldn't believe unless they experienced it, I'm sure. I know I might have been skeptical had I not seen it myself.

The point I'm trying to make about all this is simple. Gaming brings people together. Developer. Content creator. Gamer. We're all in this together and it's been refreshing to see working proof of just that. Everyone, I'm sure this is a trend I know Wraith supports and strives to keep and I would implore you to reach out to your favorite studios. Introduce yourself in an email. Ask for updates. I'm sure more often than not, you'll gave a happy reply from a developer excited to hear someone curious about their game.

I know it's not your usual blog, but I hope it was enjoyable nevertheless. I miss writing these things sometimes, so make sure to tell Jay you want me back more often. Stay safe, everyone! And take care of one another.