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[Video Review and Essays] Web Reviews VII: The Youtube Awakens

Coyote's Own

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Renegade Cut on Instituional Power and Tifa Harts bustline
Includes footage of scantily clad video game characters

 

Count Dorku

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TB Skyen learns to be careful what he wishes for in the latest Boss Designs of Dark Souls, dealing with Dark Sun Gwyndolin (as ever, skip the first forty seconds if the close-up on Quelaag's hair-censored rack is troublesome where you watch videos).

Also, at 33:40, there's a section that briefly goes into a certain transphobic slur that rhymes with "flap", lasting about two and a half minutes. Rest assured that he is against its use and will delete comments that use it in that context from his videos, but it is discussed in the video, so just in case that's an issue for you, he gets back into character design at about 36:00.

 

Coyote's Own

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It's posted in VGO but George has a good (adn long video) on Media Literacy, the evolution of journalism, and evolution of game journalis, with an interview with Jason Schreier (of Kotaku).

 

Count Dorku

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As we near the end of phase one of The Boss Designs of Dark Souls, TB Skyen meets some old friends, some new problems, and most notably, the Centipede Demon!

(Usual warning about skipping to 40 seconds if the usual cutscene footage of Quelaag's daughters of chaos is a problem, but also a content warning and an sblock because the Centipede Demon is, as you may have guessed from the name, a big fucking bug monster and he's right there in the title card, just in case that's a problem for you.)

Spoiler: Show
 

Isator Levie

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LegalEagle gives a review of the most important Supreme Court cases of 2019.

Nitro Rad looks at the VR third person puzzle platformer adventure game Moss.

Phelous' latest look at Dingo Pictures, with The Musicians of Bremen (which has to be one of their most poorly produced)

And James Rolfe teams up with Arlo watch Kermit's Swamp Years.
 

Menocchio

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Hey jerkwads, you want a good cry? You want footage of the saddest thing ever put to film? Well, here you go:
Bring tissues.
 
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