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Title: Things I've learned since I started uploading game videos two years ago
Posted: October 07, 2009 (04:37 PM)
-You can never die. Doesn't matter how good you are everywhere else in the video, if you die once, your entire video will be considered horrible.

-In certain games, you can never mess up. If you do, people will tell you how much you suck at video games.

-The above two are more strict if you upload videos of you playing in online matches. You're 90% more likely to get a bunch of "You suck"-type posts with these.

-If you actually play very well in a video, people will either just assume you played on the easiest difficulty setting, or tell you to play on the toughest difficulty setting.

-Even if the video you submitted is now over a year old, people will still give you tips on how to "play properly".

-People aren't amused. If you do something funny in a video, they'll hate you for it.

-If you don't play the way people expect you to play a game, you suck.

-If you don't play with a specific character or weapon, you suck.

-You just suck, deal with it.

If you can handle all of this on a daily basis, then you too can upload game videos!

zippdementiaUser: zippdementia
Posted: October 07, 2009 (05:33 PM)

hmdUser: hmd
Posted: October 07, 2009 (07:37 PM)
maybe you should stop sucking at video games YOU POSEUR!

jerecUser: jerec
Posted: October 07, 2009 (07:44 PM)
The last few make me think of Smash Bros. Melee or Brawl.

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