Turns out, I was closer to the end of the game than I thought. It ended just shy of two hours into the stream.
I'm actually genuinely sad about having finished the game already, as I really liked it. A full sassy review will be forthcoming. Those take a while to write up, so I'll try and have it for you on Monday.
The next game I'm streaming is the new Assassin's Creed installment, Origins. I figured after such a short game, something that is longer might be nice. The roster following that is Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice and Rise of the Tomb Raider, both of which are shorter games. Then I have Far Cry Primal on the list. That promises to be a long game. Not Skyrim long (I've streamed enough to take me into February of next year and I'm nowhere near done), but long.
I think I'll be posting the streams on my YouTube channel. There are only four of them, after all.
I am surprised that the game was so short. It really could have been a bit longer (but also not, I'll explain in my review). I think The Last of Us hit the mark for game length. Then again, I'm not sure it would have served the story and the driving feel of the game if it was longer.
As I'm getting more into the streaming stuff, I've created a new page just for gaming things. If you're not all that interested in my writing career or my other activities but want to keep up with the gaming stuff, my Facebook page SMC Awkwardly Plays is the place for you. If you're interested in it all, for some reason, The S.M. Carrière Facebook Café is the place to be. That's the central hub for all of my stuff.
(Quick reminder: my Facebook activity is restricted only to professional stuff (my gaming, video podcasting and writing), so I won't be active on there save for my pages and the café)
Are there actually any gamers reading this? I'm interested to know which games you've played and loved, and really wished was a little longer? Let me know below!