Yesterday I published the following news and there has been some “wondering” related to it. In case you missed the news, I have posted it again below.
I have been informed that there is a few copyright issues on the videos of Wrights Productions and this includes Tweaked for your Viewing Pleasure for certain reasons.
This is not however bad news for my fans. For your pleasure I am going to be re-uploading these to my YouTube account (remember originally I never was able to upload long videos) but will be editing them to fix them up at parts. These will include the new modern intro, HD resolution although it will be on a dolphin backdrop and the start of each video will be re-done to state what happened.
And I said in an old news article page (Watching the same shit all over again) that Snatâ€™s vBlog was being canceled. Well as of today the final Snatâ€™s vBlog has been uploaded and can now be viewed on YouTube or by visiting the Snatâ€™s vBlog page. For those people that may have enjoyed Snatâ€™s vBlog you will be able to find the ranting side of it in Tweaked for your Viewing Pleasure: The Rants which may actually be updated often depending how bored I am.
Also on a sad note, Playing Games with Snat: Dragonball Z Legacy of Goku 2 is currently on hold due to technical issues. I will be carrying on with Final Fantasy VI Advance until further notice. For those too lazy to click a link, here is the last vBlog. Continue reading →
I am sure none of you actually care but some weeks ago I decided to cancel the video series I had called Snatâ€™s vBlog. Originally the series was called Tweaked for your Viewing Pleasure: Snatâ€™s vBlog and it served as a more personal rant / journal like video series and well I got bored with it.
Snatâ€™s vBlog ultimately just became an online video journal following on from the old portfolio videos updates I used to do and while I am sure some people liked it, the rants slowly disappeared and even started to affect the release cycle of Tweaked for your Viewing Pleasure itself and thus both stopped. Continue reading →