As you can read in Tormod's most recent missive, Zero Hour Productions is embarking on a new initiative - we're getting geared up to host and produce our own videogame streaming marathon! This is a project that very quickly appeared on his radar (and now, ours), following our very fun, exciting, and productive (ha!) attendance at SGDQ 2017. With the support and experience of friends already in-the-know (very many, at that; in particular, EnchantressOfNumbers), we have already made several significant hardware purchases, done a lot of planning, and built up plenty of internal hype to see this through. As Tormod mentioned, our target date is mid-2018, with the contingency of proper hardware and software setup, a few test runs under our belt prior, and ample sleep.
In the meantime, we are also participating in this year's Extra Life charity marathon. We will do our best to hit the full 24-hour span on the correct day (04 Nov). More plans around this to follow soon, as it is a mere two months away.
With all the new goings-on, what better time to describe just how the "Zero Hour Productions" name came to be? It's not a terribly long story, but one that bears some explanation. Some 13 (or so) years ago, when I was but a mere high school student, I wanted to do...