The lights are on
After defeating Pokémon Red and Crystal, the
unusually popular Twitch Plays Pokémon live stream channel has moved
onto Pokémon Emerald.
The Emerald stream has been going strong for about 38 hours. One of the new updates to the latest iteration of Twitch Plays Pokémon is the inclusion of a bar on the bottom of the page showcasing which Pokémon are currently in the party, eliminating the need to frequently reference the menus to see who is on board.
The first Pokémon stream created an impressive fictional narrative, complete with its own religion, which you can read about here. You can also read our interview with the mind behind Twitch Plays Pokémon, who continues to remain anonymous.
[Source: Twitch, via Joystiq]
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