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Good, fun, cool, weird, silly, etc. game-related YouTube Videos you recommend


#324

Most stuff we grew up watching over here was ripped off of some foreign TV show. And they still do, even on Youtube there’s a lot of content that will be ripped off and people think it’s original. :rofl:

You get stuck with that kind of thing when you only understand your native language.


#325

In my home country of Germany, every other TV show is straight ripped from something that originated in the US, the UK or Canada. But it’s okay, because I found it quite interesting to discover the original shows once I was fluent enough in English and knew were to find those shows online.


#326

I 100% agree, I think it is a great way to expand our appreciation for those other shows, since some of them (like the original office) don’t always make the transition easily between cultures.


#327

@coralinecastell @Agetime @Silk Bora povão!

As for everyone else, they’ve covered various regions of the world already and you can probably find how to create your own city. :grinning:


#328

To be 100% honest I was never the biggest fan of the construction / management genre, but I found this video so well made, that even made me want to give it a try :slightly_smiling_face:

PS: I’m a little ashamed to admit it, but in the 3:50 minute, I don’t deny that at first I jumped back and then started laughing because I’ve been through something extremely similar. The only difference is that instead of a truck I almost hit the bike against a car :sweat_smile: :joy:


#329

That scene literally made my jaw drop. Glad you didn’t get hurt that time. :sunny:


#330

it’s a scary scene at first :fearful: … (although it’s just a tutorial of a game, I particularly found it kind of weird that they keep this scene)

:heart: :heart: :heart:


#331

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i can’t wait!


#333

@Enki That would be me, yes. When in doubt, choose C. sigh


#334

Oyaa?


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#337

@Enki, OMG! I heard it and I was so blown away at what I had going on in my head, and then they said it! LOL! That was great!


#338

An interesting look into how someone who’ve never played games experience a handful of titles without any additional guidance than what the game gives.

I did a similar thing to a cousin of mine a long time ago and I recognize a lot of things in this video.


#339

Youtube’s been recommending this for weeks now, I guess it’s finally time to watch it.


#340

I want to watch this and like the concept, but my first experience of games I had a horrible person at my shoulder, constantly putting me down for “instinctively” knowing how to do things. Will save this for a later time…


#341

Well he just gained a new sub just watched that video and a few others and really enjoyed them. his videos are really well done and fun to watch.


#342

I didn’t know where to put this. Crazy news or game-related youtube? But I think nobody noticed that Battlefield 5 did a thing.

For context, it was semi-boycotted because gamers didn’t like social justice aspects being put into their WW2 game. EA employees responses were pretty toxic including the infamous, “If you don’t like it, don’t buy it.”

This is apparently the “apology.” Though I don’t agree since I’m pretty sure the same rude employees are still working at EA. But if you needed a reason to buy the game, might as well.


#343

holy hell i forgot that game existed, then again seems to be the trend :sweat_smile: