We’re also playing Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, but that’s not the focus of this post.
Recently, I posted about the Final Fantasy V Four Job Fiesta and how Jake and I are both taking part in it. Well, we are. And Jake’s damn near done. I’m not, but I’m getting through it, albeit slowly. The point of this post is to tell you, dear readers, that we are both commentating on my run as I play through it live and are uploading it piece by piece to YouTube. The first few videos are a bit slow, but they pick up after the early-game plot dumps are over and done with.
The first video in the series (there are five uploaded and a sixth is recorded as of right now) will be embedded below. The playlist can be found here, on the Cordilon Gaming YouTube channel. Every video is available in 720p 60fps for the smoothest possible playback and best viewing experience you can have watching two dudes on the internet play an SNES game.
The videos are generally geared towards people who have played Final Fantasy V before, but since I haven’t actually gotten all the way through the game, they’re more or less spoiler-free (but not free of crude language — the challenge of the Four Job Fiesta is not always a pleasant one, though it is rewarding). I won’t ask you to like, comment, and/or subscribe, but if you do enjoy the videos, please tell your friends about them and about the Fiesta. It’s for a good cause — the Fiesta has now surpassed $10,000 USD raised for Child’s Play, and the number continues to slowly increase.