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They're not baseless. Having seen similar types of Youtubers and having had communication with some of their fans, that would be where I draw my assumptions from.
So you spoke to a few fistdacuffs fans therefore you assume that anybody who watches fist's videos must have poor standards (if something mediocre appeals to them they surely must have poor standards) and are under the age of 20?
He's all right. The cool thing about his stuff is the game is the focus.
He won't teach how to m*********. He won't tell you how to get through a rough patch in high school, or tell you it's ok to be self conscious about your weight or any of that s***. It's all about COD. He also seems to have an inside track on things.
The down side is, he has a tendency to over analyze and get too complex. Which ends up making the videos drag a bit. And the actual gameplay really isn't anything you haven't seen before.
That being said, I basically only have 4 channels that I always watch. He's one of them.
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From: Juzten76 | 1/31/2013 11:47:12 AM Serious question. I'm not trying to be a jerk. I'm just wondering what is so fun about watching someone else play BO2 on youtube? I get bored watching my friends play games, so I wouldn't go out of my way to watch someone else play on youtube. If you do it to learn tips and strategy I can see how that makes sense. I've just noticed a lot of people talking about streaming games and I don't see the appeal of it.
Thats why i watched but now most of my favorite commentators from the modern warfare 2 days turned from good cod players posting helpful videos into vlog losers that try to give advice to high school nerds based on their lonely life experience.