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Title: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on September 22, 2016, 10:18:01 PM
At long last, the first video of my YouTubing career is up!  Here on Nintendo's 127th birthday, I review my favourite book about its pre-video game era - "The History Of Nintendo: Volume 1 - 1889-1980".  I'm planning to do reviews on games, films, books, toys, as well as game discussion and gameplay and maybe just some general vlogging, so hopefully with varied content I'll have something you'll be interested in!  As they say, please Like, share, and subscribe!
Title: Re: YouTube channel!
Post by: TerraEsperZ on September 26, 2016, 07:15:32 PM
Subscribed!

On a more serious note, good first video. You seem pretty comfortable with the camera and I liked the humorous bits. The subject of course wasn't that interesting to me since I've had all three "The History of Nintendo" books for a few years now but you gave a pretty rounded look at the first one and I hope it gets more people interested in the series. I'm curious how relevant some of the information in the third book (NES/Famicom) might be in the English translated version since a lot of it is concerned with how the Famicom was released and supported in France.

Oh, I also wanted to offer some good news regarding the still unreleased fourth volume about the Game Boy family. A blog post by the author in June 2016 confirmed a tentative 2018 release. So it's going to be a while but it hasn't been abandoned!
Title: Re: YouTube channel!
Post by: JonLeung on September 28, 2016, 11:29:02 AM
Thanks, Terra!

I hope I have the energy and time to make videos regularly.  It's taking a lot more time than I thought, with this first video coming a little over a month since I first started thinking about seriously YouTubing.  Even beyond the initial logistics and technical stuff, just the act of editing takes so long.  My previous editing efforts have just been music videos, trailers for game tournaments, and birthday or wedding slideshows, which typically don't involve dialogue, so those generally go by quicker, or at least more steadily.  This, not so quick.

Coincidentally, there were no VGMaps submissions during the time it took to put this together.  Funny time for a drought; perhaps it was a sign that I was meant to get that first video done in time.  I know I can't expect that to always be the case in the future, so let's hope I can manage my time so that anyone who's waiting for updates here or on my YouTube channel won't think any delay is because of the other.  I still have a full-time job on top of these efforts, too.  And I still need time for family, friends, church, and of course, playing games (I am already so behind as it is).

Despite what you said, I am actually not "pretty comfortable" in front of the camera, but thanks to the "magic" of editing, I take the best take out of several, which significantly cuts down on flub-ups, awkward pauses, nervous blabber ("uh", "um", "so like"), etc.  As I get more used to it I'll need fewer takes and then editing will hopefully be quicker.  Also, as part of personal development, I would think it should increase my comfort level with public speaking, and even improve techniques like projecting my voice to be heard and to assert confidence, etc.  I can tell that I'm still stiff in some places, but I guess since most of you guys haven't had much opportunity to interact with me in person, you probably couldn't tell.

I have a lot of books (my library just keeps growing, I just received Pat Contri's Ultimate Nintendo Guide To The NES Library last night!), and I won't always be talking about books, let alone six-year-old books, but I figured, and thankfully the timing was right for its 127th birthday, that as a Nintendo fan my first video should probably be about that.  I will also do gameplay and vlogging, both of which might show a more natural side of me.

But yes, please Like, share, subscribe, buy a Nintendo Quest DVD, etc., if you like it!
Title: Re: YouTube channel!
Post by: JonLeung on September 30, 2016, 07:36:32 AM

My second video is unscripted, probably obviously.  This turned out longer than I thought and unfortunately it took over five hours to render so I just missed posting it by the end of the day yesterday, which was the 20th anniversary of the Nintendo 64's North American launch.

Don't ask me how I forgot to talk about Super Smash Bros. and didn't mention Mario Kart 64 at all.  Or I could just say I assume everyone knows about them...  :P

But I did remember to mention one of our mappers here...Peardian, if you were wondering why I asked you how you prefer to pronounce your name, this is why!
Title: Re: YouTube channel!
Post by: JonLeung on October 03, 2016, 07:05:34 AM

Because I forgot so many games in my N64 retrospective, here's an addendum.
Title: Re: YouTube channel!
Post by: JonLeung on October 05, 2016, 08:09:17 AM
Got my first dislike on this latest one...

Could be because I called out Super Smash Bros. players who turn items off as "elitist".  If not that, then maybe it's someone who doesn't like when I referenced Jessica Chobot pointing out the proper pronunciation of "AT-AT".  Or it could be that even though this addendum was longer than expected, that I still failed to mention an N64 game that they love.

In any case, aside from it being noteworthy that I have to mention it, I won't let it get me down.  It actually kind of makes me feel "legit", as on the Internet, somebody's going to hate on anything.  Plus if I really am going to make a career out of this, it was bound to happen sometime.  And as a friend pointed out, getting a dislike probably means it's more than just friends and family watching my videos, so it's getting out there!
Title: Re: YouTube channel!
Post by: JonLeung on October 23, 2016, 06:53:34 AM

I share my thoughts on the Nintendo Switch reveal, including why I think the switch ability is a feature, not a "gimmick".  What do you think?
Title: Re: YouTube channel!
Post by: JonLeung on January 11, 2017, 08:50:40 AM

I know there are some Mega Man fans here!  In the "Mega Man: Robot Master Challenge", I ask six of my friends to try to name all 86 Robot Masters.
Title: Re: YouTube channel!
Post by: JonLeung on February 13, 2017, 10:41:16 PM
An old idea (dating back to 2008), but may be the start of a new sub-series on my channel.
Title: Re: YouTube channel!
Post by: JonLeung on March 07, 2017, 10:32:37 PM

An unboxing video will follow soon, probably in a day or two.  Hopefully sooner rather than later, so I can get back to Zelda: Breath Of The Wild!
Title: Re: YouTube channel!
Post by: JonLeung on March 09, 2017, 11:56:43 PM

And, here's the unboxing video.  Hopefully now I can get to really playing it!  Anyone else get a Switch yet?
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Post by: JonLeung on March 22, 2017, 07:27:30 AM
I review this hefty book, Pat The NES Punk's Ultimate Guide To The NES Library.
Title: Re: YouTube channel!
Post by: JonLeung on May 15, 2017, 09:29:19 PM

Two of three Calgary Expo 2017 videos - the third will be an actual vlog of the event.
Title: Re: YouTube channel!
Post by: JonLeung on June 14, 2017, 06:58:15 AM
Took long enough, right?  I finally got my vlog of the Calgary Expo up last night.
Title: Re: YouTube channel!
Post by: JonLeung on July 23, 2017, 08:40:16 PM
Another book, and hey, some VGMaps maps in print!
Title: Re: YouTube channel!
Post by: JonLeung on August 07, 2017, 09:21:12 PM
A vlog this time about a local event called "Taste Of Edmonton", not sure if it would be of much appeal to most of you, but hey, here it is if you are interested; why not?

Also, please subscribe!  I have more game-related stuff in the pipeline and my personal goal is to get to 250 subscribers by the end of the year.  Thanks!
Title: Re: YouTube channel!
Post by: JonLeung on October 02, 2017, 09:22:25 PM

I've been YouTubing for a year now, and yet this is my first video dedicated to VGMaps.com?  Here we go, my picks for the best 15 map sets on VGMaps!
Title: Re: YouTube channel!
Post by: JonLeung on October 28, 2017, 06:28:31 PM

Funny, I expected some response from the 15th best map sets.  Ah well, it's a month old, but here's my vlog of the recent Edmonton Expo.
Title: Re: YouTube channel!
Post by: JonLeung on November 27, 2017, 08:30:31 AM

Another game book review, this time of the Nintendo 64 Anthology, which SHOULD be of interest to people here, I would imagine.

(I posted this last night, turns out yesterday was one year and one day after getting the book...  I will make more effort to be sure these reviews are more timely, though in this case I believe the Special Collector's Edition is still available.)
Title: Re: YouTube channel!
Post by: JonLeung on January 01, 2018, 02:10:33 PM

Six Degrees Of Super Mario!  Someone's got to find this interesting, right?
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on January 14, 2018, 08:36:20 PM

I finished a review of The Unofficial SNES/Super Famicom: A Visual Compendium (and I only got it two days ago, on Friday!  What a weekend)!   Yes, timely content - it comes out on February 1!  Check it out!
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on January 18, 2018, 08:32:05 AM
So I don't know if you heard the news from two evenings ago, but YouTube changed the monetization eligibility rules for the YouTube Partner Program, so that Tubers with less than 1000 current subscribers and 4000 hours of playtime in the last year no longer generate any ad revenue.  While it is true that a large percentage (they say 99%) of the people affected were making less than a couple bucks a year anyway, what is really aggravating is how it feels like YouTube is throwing small content creators under the bus.  Being only two weeks after the Logan Paul incident where he published a video which included a dead body, while he was punished, most would say not severely or quickly enough, it makes it more obvious that they favour big Tubers (and let them get away with just about anything) and don't care about small Tubers (not only revenue, but we might lose out on some tools and features). EDIT: Okay, maybe we don't lose as much feature-wise as I was originally led to believe, but it's still about their attitude towards small creators more than the miniscule amount of revenue.

Those currently in the YouTube Partner Program (like myself) are not grandfathered in, and will lose monetization by Feb. 20 if the current requirements are not met.

So of course, I would absolutely hope that you subscribe to my channel.  But I would also encourage everyone to subscribe to any YouTuber they like to watch, most especially if they have under a thousand views.
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on January 21, 2018, 10:36:22 PM

Decided to review the elgato green screen I recently got (thanks to bustin98 for helping me out, too)!  I actually managed to conceive of, film, edit and publish this video all within one day!  Hopefully future videos using a green screen will look better than the old green cloth I used to use... for like the one Mega Man video, heh.  But you can expect more soon!
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on March 11, 2018, 01:32:59 PM

The long-awaited follow-up to the "Mega Man: Robot Master Challenge" is, unsurprisingly, the "Mega Man X: Maverick Challenge".  Check it out!
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on March 16, 2018, 08:41:26 PM

Another video within the span of a week?  Well, this one required little editing, so...

Anyway, this is an unboxing of ShiftCam's RevolCam!
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on April 05, 2018, 05:09:11 PM

Another "Games About Games" video, where my friends try to distinguish between Metal Gear and Mega Man X characters.

Sounds familiar, doesn't it?  Remember April Fool's Day twelve years ago (https://www.vgmaps.com/NewsArchives/April2006/index.htm#MegaManSolidXGunsOfTheMavericks)?  Yes, I mention Revned, bustin98, osrevad and Grizzly in this video...
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on May 05, 2018, 08:53:19 PM

I was at the Calgary (Comic & Entertainment) Expo last weekend, so here's my first video about it, showing the POW!: Parade Of Wonders cosplay parade!  (Neither me nor my brother participated this year...)
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on June 09, 2018, 06:28:58 PM

Sorry it's so late, but here's the full vlog of the Calgary (Comic & Entertainment) Expo 2018!  More geeky (but non-vlog) videos are on the way!
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on June 26, 2018, 09:51:13 PM

Just a fun thing I did.  "Take On Me" by a-ha is one of my favourite songs, after all!
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on July 03, 2018, 06:35:20 PM

Here's a look at the LEGO set 70917: The Ultimate Batmobile, from The LEGO Batman Movie series.  This took me a while to make, partly because I had other projects, and partly because doing a time lapse was a bit more involved than I originally thought.
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on August 05, 2018, 09:21:34 PM

Here's a clip of iJustine responding to me (at the 8:26 mark (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iBoqnqXj0E8&t=8m26s)).  I started this video a few times but for some reason never finished it.  I randomly clicked on it, randomly clicked near the end, and then saw that she actually responded to my question.  How about that?  An almost-missed celebrity interaction, found months later!

I guess you guys don't seem to respond much to my YouTube videos but I should have another one up (hopefully tomorrow or the day after at the latest) that will be VERY VGMaps.com-related.
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on August 09, 2018, 07:41:08 PM

Yay!  A bit late, but here are my picks for the 16 best map sets, as well as the 16 best 16-bit map sets, here on VGMaps.com for its (belated) 16th anniversary!  No, the video's not 16 minutes.  >_>

This was particularly frustrating because there appeared to be a rendering error.  After trying a few more days to fix it with no luck, I decided to upload it anyway - only to find that the error does not appear on YouTube.  Sigh.  What a pointless delay.

Anyway, here we go!  Anyone here going to comment on this?
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on August 23, 2018, 06:06:26 PM

More 16-bit love!  Since it is the 27th birthday of the Super NES, I look at Jeffrey Wittenhagen's "The Complete SNES: Collector's Book & Ultimate Guide - Definitive Edition".  What do you guys think of the Super NES library, and do you like books like this?
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on September 03, 2018, 07:25:07 PM

More of The Geek Fiction Multiverse!  I finally connect Astro Boy and Mega Man, thanks to some Switch games!
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on October 28, 2018, 08:33:17 PM

A vlog of last month's Edmonton (Comic & Entertainment) Expo.  (I was sick on and off with three different things the past few weeks which set me back a bit, yet this was still published on the same day as I published last year's...  hmmm.)  Here, we get a photo with Amy Jo Johnson, the Pink Ranger from Mighty Morphin Power Rangers!
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on November 21, 2018, 06:13:00 PM

Happy 20th birthday to The Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time!  Here's my review of Dark Horse's The Legend Of Zelda Encyclopedia: Deluxe Edition!
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on December 02, 2018, 10:34:48 PM

I think this is my best "Geek Fiction Multiverse" video yet!  To hype up to this week's release of "Super Smash Bros. Ultimate", I take a look at the ten guest characters and show how they are already connected to Mario and the Nintendo universe - WITHOUT using Super Smash Bros.!
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on January 08, 2019, 06:47:21 PM

Christmas was a couple weeks ago, but I finally got around to editing the footage from that fateful morning when I gave my brother Jason ten awesome NES games, include a few rare ones!  For those who have seen "Nintendo Quest", you know of two of them in particular that share a moment!
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on February 03, 2019, 02:10:53 PM

Do you guys like point-and-click adventure games?  I know some of you here must!  I finally got around to making this review of "The Art Of Point + Click" by Bitmap Books!  I especially like how this review turned out, but feel free to let me know what you think!
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on March 02, 2019, 08:45:38 PM

A rare instance of me being able to edit a video in less than a day, here's my take on the two best lines from the recently-released second trailer for the "Pokémon: Detective Pikachu" movie.
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on March 23, 2019, 09:12:11 AM

Yet another book review!  This time I review Geeks-Line Publishing's GameCube Anthology: Ultimate Edition, which covers the history, hardware, and of course, reviews of every single GameCube game!  What do you think of all these book reviews?
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on May 06, 2019, 07:50:17 PM

My first 4K video is of the POW!: Parade Of Wonders and opening ceremony of the Calgary Comic & Entertainment Expo 2019!
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on July 13, 2019, 09:38:05 PM

Finally, here's my video of the Calgary Comic & Entertainment Expo 2019! See what me and my brother are up to... and will someone's shoes get ruined again?
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on July 23, 2019, 06:37:44 PM

Getting caught up on my vlogs!  Though MechaFest 2019 MMXIX was before the Calgary Expo, I finally got around to finishing and uploading the video just now.  (Don't worry - I'll be back to video game-related content soon!)
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on September 09, 2019, 10:12:25 AM

Not my video, and not about me, but in DidYouKnowGaming?'s A Complete History of Zelda Rumors - Did You Know Gaming? Feat. Remix (Part 2) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-kw80fZ8pU&t=5m40s), published just two days ago, VGMaps.com is mentioned twice, at 5:40 (for The Legend Of Zelda: Link's Awakening Advance (https://vgmaps.com/NewsArchives/April2005/index.htm#LegendOfZeldaLinksAwakeningAdvance) for April Fools' Day 2005) and at 7:00 (for The Legend Of Zelda: Oracle Of Hours (https://vgmaps.com/NewsArchives/April2008/index.htm#LegendOfZeldaOracleOfHours) for April Fools' Day 2008).  Almost can't believe those projects were that long ago (and that they still get brought up)...
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on October 05, 2019, 03:53:58 PM

Here's my look at The SNES Omnibus: The Super Nintendo And Its Games by Brett Weiss!  It's actually two volumes.  Together, they are the second of at least four publications that seek to cover the Super NES library.  Be sure to subscribe and I'll get to them all, as well as other geeky stuff, of course.
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on November 13, 2019, 09:48:33 PM

This is one of those videos that feels cursed because of the seemingly new but ridiculous challenges that went into making this.  But anyway, it's done.  It's my vlog of the Edmonton (Comic & Entertainment) Expo 2019, where me and my brother got to meet Felicia Day (The Guild, Geek & Sundry, Supernatural), Jason David Frank (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, other Power Rangers series), Robin Lord Taylor (Gotham), and has an opening and closing by Veronica Taylor (original voice of Ash Ketchum on Pokémon).  Please check it out so my effort feels worth it, and please subscribe!  I'm not at 1000 subscribers yet (which I need for monetization :P).
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Post by: JonLeung on January 27, 2020, 06:55:54 PM

In the biggest and best episode (so far!) of The Geek Fiction Multiverse, by way of "Six Degrees Of Separation" with Mario, I explain how the first Fighters Pass characters in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate already have connections to the "Nintendoverse" even without Super Smash Bros.!  Also, I take on some requested challenges from viewers of previous episodes!
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on April 07, 2020, 06:11:44 PM

I review the "Super Nintendo Anthology", which is yet another "Anthology" book from Geeks-Line Publishing, and also yet another book that looks at the whole Super NES library.  Is the book as great as it sounds?
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: Lerion on May 06, 2020, 02:58:48 AM
Great channel, thank you for sharing. I've subscribed  ;)
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on May 09, 2020, 12:15:17 PM
Great channel, thank you for sharing. I've subscribed  ;)

Thank you!  People don't seem to reply in this topic, but I'm happy to hear from people.  Would like more feedback about if my videos are of interest to anyone and maybe what more I can fix or focus on.  Have been doing this for three and a half years yet I don't feel like I've made much progress.  Of course, I have a full-time job as well as VGMaps.com, so it's not like I expect to be able to do this full-time and actually for a living, but I would hope to have 1000 subscribers eventually.  Still in the 300s...

Got a new one today - it's been months in the making (years if you count figuring out scheduling with friends) for multiple reasons I won't get into... but I hope it is worth it!  I hope to be able to put out the "Games About Games" stuff more frequently, but that will likely require simpler games where I don't need everyone at the same time...


Anyway, in the newest and biggest episode of "Games About Games", my friends do the "Video Game Box Art Paper Telephone Challenge"!  Can they guess which video games the box art is from after describing and redrawing it?
Title: Re: YouTube channel! (JonLeung1)
Post by: JonLeung on August 24, 2020, 04:33:34 AM

This latest video is of a time-lapse build of LEGO set 71374: Nintendo Entertainment System!  The NES is fairly accurate and the TV has a mechanically scrolling screen showing a Super Mario Bros. scene.

It took a long time to edit - the time-lapse was a challenge, and really tasked my computer.  But I'm really pleased with how it came out.  Please watch it in 4K (once that resolution is available)...
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Post by: JonLeung on September 29, 2020, 06:49:31 PM

How did I forget to post this the other day?  Here's the follow-up of the LEGO NES - the LEGO Super Mario: Adventures With Mario Starter Course and two Expansion Sets.
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Post by: JonLeung on September 29, 2020, 06:51:51 PM

Happy 24th anniversary to the Nintendo 64!  I don't normally do gameplay videos on my semi-gaming channel, but I thought someone might get a kick at seeing me struggle with "Tower Of The Wing Cap" in Super Mario 64 (though on the Super Mario 3D All-Stars collection on the Switch).  I couldn't seem to get all eight Red Coins in a single pass which means looping back around to get them, but that means almost zero room for error.
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Post by: JonLeung on November 21, 2020, 06:49:40 PM

I've got some more of my own original content in the pipeline, but with the return of Animaniacs yesterday, I decided to do a quick edit of the opening to include all the word gags for this first reboot season.
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Post by: JonLeung on January 22, 2021, 07:25:52 AM

Back to my own original content, here's a comparison of four Super NES books that claim to cover all of the Super NES games!  Which one is the best?

(This video took a long time to make, so I hope it's worth the wait!)  I also realize that I could do a NES one, as well...
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Post by: JonLeung on March 15, 2021, 07:35:39 PM

Yet another Super NES book?  Embarrassingly, when I was working on that previous video, Chris Scullion's book "The SNES Encyclopedia" got released.  So I got around to reviewing that too, and then compared it to all the previously reviewed books.  See if I like the fun facts and British humour... and some Virtual Boy, too!

That should do it for the Super NES encyclopedia-style books for now.  I have more interesting videos in the works!
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Post by: JonLeung on March 28, 2021, 08:12:49 PM

Just got to 500 subscribers!  Meant to do this idea I'd had since at least as far back as last summer: a video taking Daft Punk's "Technologic" and replacing some verbs with more common video game actions.  Would have been a good fit to release around Daft Punk's split last month if I knew it was coming...  How many video games can you recognize, and can you spot the five "alternate takes" that appear only once?
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Post by: JonLeung on May 15, 2021, 08:53:44 PM

Now for something not-so-Nintendo-related: my review of "Coin-Op: The Arcade Guide", by Darren Doyle, published by Greyfox Books.  I decided to utilize my green screen fully for this one, hope it looks all right.  Some of you arcade fans *coughGeorgescough* might be interested in a book like this!

Also, this was the last video I made before my eyelift - hopefully I'll be more handsome in the next video!
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Post by: JonLeung on July 21, 2021, 08:58:08 AM

Another Nintendo-related book review!  It's Geeks-Line Publishing's NES Anthology!  I loved all their other books (N64, GameCube, Super NES), so will I love this one based on the revered NES?

I did three new things here:
1. I got a new microphone.
2. I put in proper subtitles.
3. I waited until the 4K version was processed before publishing it.

Am I professional yet?
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Post by: JonLeung on August 03, 2021, 05:33:04 PM

To fill the interim between videos, I decided to rerelease "Video Game Logic", my parody of Daft Punk's "Technologic".  The difference between this and the one from a few months ago is that I cut out the 30-second intro.  The video's analytics showed that a lot of people were tuning out before getting to the good part, so even though it took some work to match the original Daft Punk video frame-by-frame (ugh, that creepy doll), I figured it was best to cut it out.  Maybe this will have a better chance to go viral.
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Post by: JonLeung on October 08, 2021, 10:54:16 AM

It's been a while - I had some quick content on my channel - including some movie leaks that got taken down, LOL.  Back to original content, I am close to finishing my review of Bitmap Books's "A Guide To Japanese Role-Playing Games".  But I had to shift gears to quickly make a new episode of "The Geek Fiction Multiverse" to see how the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate - Fighter's Pass 2 characters are connected to Mario, with Sora (from Kingdom Hearts) being revealed only three days ago.  Probably one of the fastest videos I've ever made of this size!  This is one I'm proud not just because it's timely, but also technically.  Full subtitles, green on a shirt while using a green screen... fun times!  Let me know what you think!