Chatty Twitch Highlights 19: Wolfenstein, WildStar, and more

It's Memorial Day weekend! We'd like to help celebrate the three-day weekend here on the Chatty Twitch Highlights. So instead of featuring the usual three clips from Shackers, we're going to highlight four clips from some of more best posters/players! And we're going to give warcrow the first chance to lead things off with his playthrough of Wolfenstein: The New Order. That'll be followed by pixelat3d bidding adieu to the WildStar beta, CTH newcomer JynnanTonnyx playing some co-op on Mercenary Kings, and draco sending us into Memorial Day with Kerbal Space Program set to some classical music. Because let's face it, this segment could always use some culture.

Here's a compilation of some of the best Shacknews Twitch highlights for the week of May 24, 2014.

Warning: Some clips may contain NSFW language.

Wolfenstein: The New Order

There's been a lot of Wolfenstein: The New Order coverage here on Shack, which includes a full walkthrough that's currently ongoing. But if you'd rather see a playthrough in action, rather than read words, you can watch warcrow play through Bethesda's new addition to the series on PS4, while tossing in his own thoughts, as well.

Watch live video from eatgames on TwitchTV


The WildStar open beta has come to an end, as Carbine prepares to release its MMORPG to its early adopters. Chatty's own pixelat3d was there to witness the end and engage in some of the beta's more interesting events.

Watch live video from Pixelat3d on TwitchTV

Mercenary Kings

Mercenary Kings' greatest strength arguably lies in its online co-op play. So let's see how JynnanTonnyx fares with two of his friends, as they traverse through the treacherous tree-filled jungles in this shooter from Tribute Games. And maybe, just maybe, they'll manage to skin some foxes along the way.

Watch live video from Gamentary on TwitchTV

Kerbal Space Program

And finally, we fly into this Memorial Day weekend with this serene stream from draco, as he shows us that Kerbal Space Program is just meant to be played with classical music in tow. Enjoy your weekend, everybody!

Watch live video from Draco on TwitchTV

For more highlights and live streams, check out the full list of Shacknews Twitch channels.