Wait, it’s not Funday Monday — why is Sean "Day" Plott dicking around? Should this not be the day where he teaches us to be a better gamer? For the release of Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, Day and Felicia Day (henceforth referred to as Felicia Day) are streaming the game for the internet to see. If you are considering purchasing the game, or you enjoy watching a videogame adventurer occasionally run around in his boxers — tune on in.
Felicia Day and friends fun-time variety show!
The event originally started as Day streaming launch-day play. During his preparation, he asked a few people if they wanted to play with him. Currently there are about a dozen internet celebrities playing in several countries. 38 Studios, the developer of the game, also caught wind of the event and offered prizes for viewers such as game codes and a giant swag hammer.
Fair warning, language is not exactly for a general audience.