Videos: Treble Play-Through

Sebahamut plays Soul Calibur II, Super Mario Sunshine, Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance, and then finally sticks with Final Fantasy VI; Reetin plays 20XX rather well and then starts on the most tear-jerking RPG for the Xbox 360: Lost Odyssey; and Lusipurr presents the first two-thirds of his playthrough of Castlevania: Symphony of the Night.

Sebahamut’s Sanctuary – 4 Feb 2017: Soul Calibur II, Super Mario Sunshine, Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance

Sebahamut cannot seem to decide what game he wants to play for his stream. So, he plays them all.

Sebahamut’s Sanctuary – 5 Feb 2017: Final Fantasy VI (part 1a)

Finally settling on a single title, Sebahamut plays one of the best games ever made.

Sebahamut’s Sanctuary – 5 Feb 2017: Final Fantasy VI (part 1b)

Sebahamut continues to play one of the best games ever made. He should continue to do this.

Reetin Aloft! – 7 Feb 2017: 20XX

Reetin plays a game which is like Mighty Number 9 if it were made by competent people. Honestly, this game is amazing and anyone who watches this video should go out and support this game by purchasing it on Steam.

Reetin Aloft! – 8 Feb 2017: Lost Odyssey (Part 1)

A RPG for the Xbox 360? I sure hope Reetin does not cry. That would be embarassing!

Reetin Aloft! – 9 Feb 2017: Lost Odyssey (Part 2)

Reetin continues to play Mistwalker’s best RPG for the Xbox 360–now with less crying!

LusiPlays LIVE! – 10 Feb 2017: Castlevania: Symphony of the Night (Part 1)

Lusipurr begins a 20th Anniversary three-episode playthrough of one of his favourite games, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. In the first episode, he completes the first three-quarters of the normal castle.

LusiPlays LIVE! – 11 Feb 2017: Castlevania: Symphony of the Night (Part 2)

Lusipurr fills in for Adeki with this penultimate Symphony of the Night stream, in which he completes the normal castle and then completes the first third of the inverted castle.

Thanks, everyone so much for watching. Please feel free to suggest games for us to stream in the comment section below. We do take requests as long as they are not Metal Dungeon or an equally horrible game.


  1. Lusipurr
    Posted 2017.02.12 at 22:37 | Permalink

    Symphony of the Night is SUCH A GOOD GAME.

  2. Cari
    Posted 2017.02.13 at 15:25 | Permalink

    It really is. I am glad I was able to add to the conversation near the middle.

    I really hope Bloodstained introduces the skeletons that randomly light the candles.

  3. Lusipurr
    Posted 2017.02.13 at 18:16 | Permalink

    @Cari: I love that idea and my fingers are crossed that it makes it into the game as well.

  4. Dancing Matt
    Posted 2017.02.18 at 04:05 | Permalink

    I’m doing my own playthrough of Symphony Of The Night now, and while I am sure that I have gotten to the Inverted Castle before, I am also sure that I barely touched it. That was a mistake, but it’s currently being corrected. They put so much into this game that it’s astounding.

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