When making this, I wrote out a rough outline for my answers ahead of time. That’s what you’re seeing below; a much more short-form version of the answers. This way you can access the information more quickly, or save yourself the four-hours of watching the full-on version.
Where do you see your channel in the future, say 1-2 years?
A year from now, I expect this channel to remain the same as it is now, with more output, and hopefully a lot of viewership.
Two years from now, I’d like to be collaborating with other Youtubers in person. There’s a ‘sphere’ of other analysis people who I’m sort of affiliated with, who want to band together like RedLetterMedia when they start making enough money, and they said they’d bring me on ‘coz I’d be useful. That sounds like a good idea.
1. Which video has made the biggest ‘impact’ on your channel? And why?
I would have said the RCT3 video, but the Undertale one has pretty much surpassed it by now, especially since I expect its viewers to more readily enjoy my channel. But really, the most important video for my channel has been Lyrical Nanoha Retrospective part 1: a video I edited for Digibro. He really glowingly promoted my channel at the end, and I got a bunch of subscribers, and suddenly had a wave of fans, and got a bunch of Patrons. Like, most of the patrons I have right now all showed up within 1 week of that Nanoha video.
2. Have you considered ‘reviewing’ as a job? Because it seems you have the skills to be a very good one. If it are films or video games doesn’t matter.
Anyone who knows me or follows my twitter is laughing and/or rolling their eyes right now. It’s been something I’ve tried really hard to accomplish for a year and a half, and I’ve gotten really close.
3.would you rather go for mountains or beaches?
4. A whole cakes or many cookies, what do you prefer?
1: Will there be any more Mr. Miney?
2: Will you be doing any other skits?
There will probably a spiritual revival to the concept someday (my brother, multi-layered stupidity, my persona)
What microphone do you use?
Shure SM58, $99.
I’d like to ask a follow-up to this question: describe your whole audio setup. That vid above sounded really great even though you weren’t even close to the mic, so I’m quite curious.
I have a pop-filter sock sleeve thing over the mic. The mic goes into an M-Audio M Track, which then goes into my computer which I record with Audacity. I looked around on the settings on Audacity to find quality settings. My uncle is an audio engineer, but then again he was wrong on most things and Guitar Center made the decisions. The SM58 is just a really beloved microphone; possibly the most famous in the world, for being extremely versatile; so it’s basically the AK47 of microphones. That would explain why I could talk so far away and just turn the gain way up I guess.
1. Can I barrow a cup of sugar?
You could, but you wouldn’t need a whole wheelbarrow just for one cup of sugar.
2. Do you know of any of Jesse Wood’s secret channels?
Yes, “Discarded Shoes on the Side of the Highway” being my personal favorite.
3. Who is your favorite character in all of media?
Maya Fey a little bit.
4. Who is your least favorite character in all of media?
Anything that has a character I really hate, I don’t watch, or I skip scenes with that character.
5. What is your most vivid childhood memory?
Stuff I did when I was 12, since that was the most recent. But other than that, everything just kind of feels equally blurry and equally clear. I guess being on the computer is really super crisp for me. Not what it was like sitting at the desk, but the software itself, ‘coz I kept getting exposed to it over time to remember it.
6. If analysis doesn’t work out, what do you plan on doing as a source of income?In this crazy impossible universe where my videos don’t succeed, I’ll exclusive edit other people’s analysis videos, but if that technically counts as the same thing, then I’ll probably just do more game design and try to be useful enough to get hired by some dev and live in their closet.
7. How clean?
8. Not really a question, but I’d like to say that you’ve done a bomb-ass job so far on digi’s asterisk war videos. Keep it up!
AMONG TWENTY SNOWY MOUNTAINS, THE ONLY MOVING THING WAS THE EYE OF THE BLACKBIRD. asks:
1. What’s your favorite bird?
I guess bluejay. They look cool and I had a Beanie Baby toy of one that looked boss. The Mourning Dove has the coolest sound, though. I want someone to do a mourning dove dubstep remix.
2. Do you think pigeons are a pest?
I’m not sure if pigeons are around where I live, so I wouldn’t have an opinion.
3. If you could be a bird, what would that bird be?
The New Caledonian crow. They can use tools.
4. If you could be a bird, but it had to be flightless, what bird would that be?
An ostrich; they’re pretty fast and powerful.
5. Has a bird ever scared you?
One time, a small bird flew RIGHT INTO MY FACE.
6. Have you ever owned a pet bird?
No. Every time I go to a house with a pet bird, my ears die.
7. Can you think of a bird that was in a video game? A movie?
First game that comes to my mind is the birds you ride, and the birds you avoid in Frogger: He’s Back. I also am reminded of the constant swarm of birds in the original NES Ninja Gaiden, and the similar attacking birds in Sands of Time. I remember the birds in RCT 1 and 3. In movies? I remember in Spiderman 3, how Sandman got turned into Sandman because he landed in a science machine, and they assumed it was a bird and that it would fly out, so they turned it on.
How much do you value morality in art/agreeing with a work’s message?
I think any work has moral values. I don’t care if I agree with a message, I only care about if I find the message interesting, and if the message is entertaining and works well with the rest of the work.
Do you value a successful but unoriginal piece of media more or less than a unique failure?
Definitely going to go with the former, but only because you used the very overpowered word ‘successful’. In this context, that literally means whether the game is good or not, so therefore, there you go. Otherwise, I can value originality for the sake of itself, but perfection of an idea is always the most satisfying.
In television comedies, do you prefer episodic programs or extended narratives?Since I’ve barely watched live action television, I do enjoy not having to know context going into them.
What is your favorite/least favorite aesthetic?
Aesthetics I generally dislike: Disney Channel Original Movie, Dolled-up Stuffy Women’s Magazine Cover look, gorey horror, sterile sitcom, stuff that’s dominated by orange, steampunk that’s nothing but wooden beams and iron stuff covering every inch of everything, completely generic high-fantasy, overly bright bloom lighting, anything that goes for realism but doesn’t have an insane budget to look slick and detailed, Tim Burton style random curvy shapes.
Aesthetics I generally love: very faintly grainy, very faintly dirty, sleek dark art-deco, bunch of awesome people running around being cool, surreal, absurdism, trippy, unhinged insanity, (but only precise and calculated), symmetry, careful and subtle mixed-media, stretchiness, bounciness, abstraction, squishiness, softness, juiciness, glowiness, weather, anything that feels like I’m out at night and it’s 50 degrees and there’s no wind.
Do you agree with Death of the Author?
The context in which a work was made doesn’t really affect the way I experience it in the moment, but it does have a huge impact on how I think about it afterwards. I don’t know enough about DotA to know if I agree with it specifically or not.
Do you speak any foreign languages?
What is your favorite color and shade/tint of that color?
My favorite color is blue; and definitely very faint sky blue. Just a little bit of green, and a tiny bit of red in there.
Do you read many philosophical works?
Not really any, I just get philosophical ideas second-handedly from other stuff.
How much do you know about world religions?
I know a ton about Evangelical Christianity, but not much of anything else.
What is your favorite gaming controller?
I suspect the gen 8 controllers would compete for my favorites, but I only have a Wii U. So without them, I really don’t have much preference.
Who are your favorite painters/traditional artists?
Who are your favorite historical figures?
Tbh, Hitler is fascinating.
Do you like vaporwave?
Yes! I only have been getting into it in the last few months, so I haven’t gone on this evolution of tastes for it. I’ve enjoyed INTERNET CLUB and the Infinity Frequencies Computer Trilogy mostly.
Do you like pie?
FRIBBET THE FROG asks:
1)What’s your favorite type of frog?
The poison dart frog sounds cool.
2)On a scale of 1-10, how much do you love frogs?
I’ll go with 5.5, since I like them a little bit more than animals on average.
3) Have you owned a pet frog?
We owned a turtle once if that counts.
4) How much of an impact have frogs had on your life?
Frogger: He’s Back has been one of the most influential and important games to me.
How did you meet digi
I was checking up on a pony video I did, and saw Observations on MLP: Mane Six Ages in my suggested videos. I think I’d seen his videos recommended to me a lot, so I decided to finally try him out and listened to all his analysis videos while I was at work.
What is your anime preference
What is your video game preference
Also none. Depending on how specific you want me to get here.
What are your pc spec
Intel i5-4430 CPU, 3.0GHz
12.0 GB RAM
64bit operating system
ASHA DOES ART asks:
What’s your history with anime?
As a kid, I was intrigued by their foreign-ness, but the terrible dubbing totally put me off. I assumed there’d be something weird or inappropriate in them anyway, so might as well not get invested in a show for risk of my parents banning me from it. Mostly, it was because I didn’t have friends who were hardcore anime fans. Even as I spent all my time on the internet and learned most of the basics of otaku culture, I didn’t have anyone evangelising shows to me, until the past like three years now, that I’ve had more friends in general and more pushing shows on me. And especially getting into Digibro’s analysis, and the rise of anime analysis overall, has gotten me finally interested in a big way.
What is your favorite part of roller coaster tycoon? (Example: coaster building, naming completing scenarios)
Does your hair look that way naturally?
Yes. I do comb it a number of times, and I do moisten it, but that’s all.
What exactly does your day job entail?
What are your top 5 favorite analysis videos, and the top 5 most influential to your style?
Sorry, no answer.
Angry Video Game Nerd: The Phillips CDi
Moviebob: Game Overthinker v1
Roger van der Weide: Sonic Dissected episode 2
Mr. Btongue: Choice and Consequence
Digibrony: Observations on MLP: Alicorn Princess Twilight Sparkle
Where were you writing before youtube?
Just comments and forum posts all around Youtube and other BBS’s. I did do really short reviews of a bunch of stuff on Newgrounds many years back.
How do you feel about the games you’ve made?
Impossible Maneuvering: Shows that I can make the kind of thing I like; reaffirms why I love Undertale
Society Problem: Similar to above
Footwear Man Beats up CinemaSins: Mildly amusing
What are the five things you most want to see done in a game in the future?
Level design with a huge emphasis on spatial relations.
A game world where I can interact with lots of things in different ways (IE churn butter, throw darts, burn bridges,)
Really only those two for sure
Which is better: playing games, or writing about games?
Gonna have to go with writing.
How many breads have you eaten in your entire life?
TAYDE MCDONALD asks:
Sorry if these questions annoy you, I hope they weren’t too much!
1. Why did you decide to make analysis videos?
I had ideas for them constantly, and listening to the Horsecast, made me think “wow, these are the kinds of problems I want to have”
2. Have you always been someone who though analytically, or did you “teach” yourself to think the way you do overtime?
I have always thought analytically.
3. How did you meet Digi?
Haven’t ‘met’ anyone yet
4. How did you get into editing for Digi?
He was fretting about editing on Twitter, I offered, he figured I’d get his style, and I kept doing a good job.
5. Some of your favorite Youtubers?
I’ll list the not-obvious ones in my subscriptions.
insaneintherainmusic (jazz remixer)
Note: all politics questions, I urge you to watch in the video if you want to respond. What’s written here is just a brief outline of my opinion, without any of the explanation of the reasoning behind them.
6. Your political views in general? (left/right, conservative/liberal, etc.) Thoughts on Obama?
I want everyone to try hard to be sensible, and not say something they don’t know.
Obama is lame, and his goals are not in line with most Americans.
7. Thoughts on the Syrian refugee crisis? The Syria vote?
Dunno about the crisis itself, but in regards to bringing people into the country…living in a safe country isn’t a human right, sadly. It’s a tough call, but you have to protect yourself before you can try to protect others. A lot of people around the world want the world to change, significantly.
8. Do you think we, or the other members of NATO, be involved in the Middle East?
Unfortunately, I don’t have an answer. I can only provide another question, by quoting Bill Whittle as best as I can remember:
“Politics, like nature, abhors a vacuum. So if you say America shouldn’t be the police of the world, believe me, I sympathize, but if you’re going to take that position, you have to ask the follow-up question, because the follow-up question is required: if not America, then whom? If American power is removed from the world, what force will rush in to fill the vacuum? Russia? ISIS?”
9. Thoughts on the Turkey/Russia situation?
I really don’t know, but it sounds like if this conflict will make any of the West’s enemies stronger, it wouldn’t be a terrible idea to stop it.
10. Thoughts on the gun control debate?
Comprehensive gun control would stop the mentally deranged boys off their pills stealing their parents’ guns and shooting. Everything else would be worse.
America is just a more violent place than most western nations. If you want to have solid gun control, at MINIMUM, we have to enact Donald Trump’s immigration policy of scanning every citizen. Oh, and we’d have to put tonsloads of faith in the police all of a sudden.
11. What do you think is the best way we can handle the ISIS situation?
Either make them our enemy who we will go right up to and kill every single one of until they surrender, or ignore the world, enact Trump’s immigration policy and wall up the WHOLE COUNTRY. Make up your mind; don’t do this lukewarm in between where you get lots of citizens killed.
12. Why do you like making videos?
They give my life purpose.
13. Why do you like writing?
I have an unquenchable desire to be understood.
14. Why do you like video games?
Video games can realize any imaginable experience.
15. Favorite movies/books/tv shows/ anime/ cartoons/ comic?
Movie: Lord of the Rings
Book: Basic Economics by Thomas Sowell
TV show: I guess Seinfeld?
Anime: Kill la Kill
Cartoon: Rick and Morty
Comic: Cucumber Quest
16. Marvel or DC?
17. Favorite super hero?
Robin from Young Justice.
18. Thoughts on feminism?
It’s slightly more hypocritical and needlessly aggressive than any other ideology.
19. Any general life philosophies?
Know what I’m saying; communicate.
20. Thoughts on determinism?
It’s an annoying glass-half-full thing.
21. Are you religious, or an atheist?
22. Thoughts on abortion?
I guess it’s kinda bad?
23. Who is your favorite author/film director/ anime director/ tv show director/ game creator?
Film director: N/A anymore
Anime director: Hiroyuki Imaishi
TV show director: N/A
Game creator: none for now, but maaaybe tobyfox
24. What music do you like listening to/ favorite musician?
I’m mostly listening to the stuff The Needle Drop recommends, and/or stuff Digibro talks about all the time. Crystal Castles are nice.
25. Least favorite movies/books/tv shows/ anime/ cartoons/ comics?
TV Show: Most frustrating: The Pretender. Biggest failure: Bully Beatdown.
Cartoons: Camp Lazlo.
Comics: Any online gag strip that runs out of ideas immediately and keeps going.
26. Least favorite author/ film director/ anime director/ tv show director/ game director?
27. In your opinion, what is art? What isn’t?
Art is a work of creativity. Great art is a work of creativity someone loves. High art is a work of creativity someone analyzes.
28. What are the best and worst qualities a piece of art can have?
Best quality: makes me feel better about life/helps me with my problems
Worst quality: sucks me in just enough to where I don’t want to quit, and punishes my patience by wasting my time
29. What is the best creative advice you’ve ever received?
South Park audio commentary mini Season 9: The Death of Eric Cartman. One of them said something like,
“It takes doing a not-so-good episode to sort of kick you in the ass and make you realize that, you can’t do this effortlessly; that you really do have to try really, super hard to make something good.”
“Really, super” is a combination of words I use often.
30. How do you stay motivated to create?
Not doing something creative is torture, so it’s ultimately through negative reinforcement. Though, now that people enjoy what I’m doing, their positivity helps too.
31. Describe your history a bit? Your life?
I’ve never grown up with a lot of people around my age who could show me stuff; my dad always had a great technique of making his kids independent without making them feel abandoned, and my mom has this great skill at getting her kids to think for themselves, so I’ve always come up feeling like I’ve got to make everything happen by myself, and that I can.
32. Do you still watch MLP? What do you think about Season 5? What do you think about the show’s future?
Haven’t watched S5 after the first few episodes. It’ll be funny to see it go on for a few more years and get really weird.
33. Favorite animal?
Cats I guess.
35. Where do you see yourself in ten years?
My ultimate dream is to be a part of a multi-media corporation as a creative director, where we can create expanded universe franchises across several mediums.
1. What animated movie utilises the medium of animation the best in your opinion?
Big Hero 6 is pretty technically perfect, but I wouldn’t know.
2. Is your family supportive of you hoping to make youtube videos your job (if they know about it at all)?
They’re VERY supportive!
Oh, I forgot
3. What’s your MBTI type?
Extravert(1%) iNtuitive(50%) Thinking(16%) Judging(9%)
You have marginal or no preference of Extraversion over Introversion (1%)
You have moderate preference of Intuition over Sensing (50%)
You have slight preference of Thinking over Feeling (16%)
You have slight preference of Judging over Perceiving (9%)
How has making videos impacted your life?
Very positively! Except I think I’ve gotten a bit of fat added to me as a result.
What’s your least favorite part about making videos?
Adding youtube tags.
What do you do when you get writer’s block?
Just play more games; research stuff; consume anything.
Is there anything you would like to do an analysis of, but are too scared of the backlash it would cause?
Not really afraid of backlash.
Get outta here.
1. What kinds of videos would you make if you had the sufficient resources required to do so?
Ambitious animated series’!
2. Favourite book? (Fiction and non-fiction)
My favorite books are,
The City in History
The Art of Game Design: A Book of Lenses
Basic Economics by Thomas Sowell
I don’t like any fiction books.
3. Do you consider yourself a competitive person? And have you ever gotten into competitive gaming?
I like competing, but not in a zero-sum game.
4. Are you a materialist (someone who believes that the world is only made up of physical matter such as atoms and molecules) or a dualist (someone who believes that the world is made up of spiritual matter such as the mind and the soul, in addition to atoms and molecules)?
I honestly think of the world as a big dam simulation!
5. Do you lean more towards deontology (the idea that the moral value of an action can be gauged by examining the nature of the action itself) or consequentialism (the idea that the moral value of an action can be gauged by examining the consequences of that action)?
I’m a hardcore deontologist.
FAKE NAME! asks:
Where are you from?.. You have an accent that I can’t quite place. 😛
I’m from the metro area of Kansas City, Missouri. I also have a weird tongue, and had severely messed up teeth until my mid-teens, only having gotten my braces out like a year ago. I also lived in Canada from ages 2 to 5.
would you let me draw your in video persona or OC for a video? Did that make sense? You know what I’m talking about right?
How much stuff can you stuff in your stuffy till your stuffy has stuffed enough stuff?
Favorite voice actor
Welp, I guess Egoraptor.
Would you ever consider dying your hair? If you would, which color?
Black, but that’d be disingenuous.
White, but then I’d look like an old lady.
Some crazy neon color like teal or alien green!
What kind of microphone/editing software do you use?
Used Power Director, still plan on doing so. Use Adobe Premiere now.
Do you pee sitting down?
Only if I’m going to poop, or I’m extremely super tired.
It’s interesting how different people annunciate “wh”.
What is your bank account number and pin? (You said “anything”…)
My bank account #: 391540
The games you talk about are usually more of the “hidden or forgotten gem” nature, do you also follow the mainstream AAA market (for example Fallout 4 or CoD BlackOps x)?
Yes I do follow it, though I don’t play them much.
Imagine tomorrow Rollercoaster Tycoon 4 gets announced, would you be optimistic or sceptical?
VERY skeptical since it already exists.
What would you say is the free time occupation you value the most. (games, movies, gardening etc.)
Cooking, taking walks.
VALKYRIE FANDANGO asks:
During your Big Hero Six Critique you expressed some disdain for the film Frozen. Would you consider doing a full video on the subject? If not could you elaborate on some of the points you made during that video, as someone who passionately hates Frozen it would be somewhat cathartic.
I like Frozen. And I think it’s interesting how much criticism it gets.
Have you played a game called Space Station 13? Would you give it a try and possibly report your thoughts on it?
P.S: If this somehow does amount to a video, ill drop something into patron for ya 😉
I’ll check that out.
RANDOM NORCAL FOX asks:
How do you have 5k subs?
Reason #4: Digibro
Reason #3: Rollercoaster Tycoon
Reason #2: Undertale
Reason #1: Ponies
1. How have your perspectives changed on things like videogames, movies, art, religion and life from when you were a child to a teenager to now?
Video games; not much, I just have a lot more of it. Movies? I’ve gotten much more perspective through Moviebob and YMS. Art? I dunno. Religion; not much, I just don’t take it for granted anymore.
2. How old are you?
3.What do you think of gender non-binaries? Do you identify as non-binary?
I just think of myself as male, and I don’t know anyone who is openly non-binary, so I don’t have a personal opinion on it. At first, I thought it was a more advanced computational system.
NO ONE asks:
Why did you decide to name your youtube channel The Davoo?
I didn’t want to have a username, so I spiffed up my real name. I added “The” at the beginning because ‘Davoo’ was already taken.
By following you on twitter and listening to Digibro talk about you, I realised you’re an American right-winger. Compare your political and economic stances with the present Republican party policies please.
I formulate all my political positions by listening to other opinions, and scrutinizing them. I then side with whichever conclusions hold up the best.
The Republican party has never been for small government.
What’s your perfect Sunday?
When my friends and I come up with something to do.
THE DAVOO asks:
Do you regret saying you would answer all the questions?
Not at all!
Joke question: Can I barrow $10?
You could, but if it’s in cash, it’ll probably blow out
Real question: since you tend to talk about much smaller games and general things in life people take fro granted (Which is why I like your channel btw, subbed just for the trampolines video) what are some of your opinions on some of the bigger gaming franchise like call of duty, assassin’s creed, fallout, GTA, and pokemon? (That’s just naming the ones that come to my mind when I think of series that seem so be regularly getting new installments)
I don’t go out of my way to play small and old games; I just don’t have the time or money to play big new games.
My opinions on those franchises?
BRIAN DAGAME asks:
Have you ever played any visual novels? What’s your thoughts on them?
If Phoenix Wright counts, then they’re as great as they’re written! I know most are generic beyond belief, so I’m not particularly interested.
What made you want to start making YouTube videos?
The final thing that made me decide to do it was Patreon coming around, and bringing rise to Youtubers who could talk about whatever they want and still make money.
Did you feel shy at all about posting them and having your opinions out there?
Not at all! I’d only gotten a little bit nervous about trying to make my videos good, once I started taking it seriously.
Are/were/will you be going to college? If so, for what?
Not planning on it at all. I cannot think scholastically.
What do you do outside of YouTube?
I spend basically all my time on Youtube.
What does your family/friends think of your choices? (YouTube, future plans, or anything else you’d like to address).
They’re alllll so supportive I feel kinda bad!
Not a question, but I enjoy your content (:
1. Would you consider the label “video essayist” an accurate description of your content?
Yeah I guess so. I finally came up with a tagline for myself that I like, which you can see on my About page, and my Patreon page.
2. How did your collaboration with Roger on internet critics dissected come about?
I’d asked him in a comments section about future Dissected episodes he was planning, and he mentioned that one. Months later, I messaged him on DeviantArt saying I’d love to make that one with him. I knew it would be cool as shit!
3. Did you take any video editing classes, or are you self taught?
Yeah I’ve just been making videos since 2008. It’s not that hard, you just have to be inclined to long, tedious grinding.
4. Why did you murder my family?
Realistically, the most obvious I can imagine having killed a whole family is by causing a chain reaction leading to a car accident. So I guess it was through you watching my videos that you declined to join your family in the trip, and the difference in variables from you not being there caused the accident. So really, it’s just as much your fault, if not more.
Would you kill babies if it was inherently the right thing to do?
If “no”, under what circumstances would you not do the right thing to do?
If “yes”, how inherently right would it have to be, for how many babies?
More overpowered terminology!
1. Are you still in high school, in college or have plans for college ?
I was homeschooled, and am done with that now.
2. Do you have a favorite philosopher / school of thought / topic ?
I would say no, but I sort of think of Basic Economics by Thomas Sowell as a philosophy.
3. Can you give a reading recommendation based off of your answer from the previous question ? ( mine to you would be any story or collection of stories from Jorge Luis Borges, my favorite is “The Library of Babel” — he plays with paradoxes and a lot of fun philosophical themes reminiscent of Berkley and Schopenhauer )
Read that book! And another book of his called “Applied Economics”.
4. Was there any particular RCT park you played more than others ? (Evergreen Gardens?) Did you find yourself preferring the parks with sand because the grass growing annoyed you ?
Yes, Evergreen Gardens! I prefer the grass; I don’t mind it growing.
5. What personality disorder do you find most interesting or do you relate to the most?
Whatever disorder Burgerpants has, also Mike Meekins. Their unhinged personalities are exactly the way my anxiety looks and sounds to me internally.
My step-brother thinks I’m insane for watching anime, what should I do?
I don’t know, my full brother thinks I’m insane for a multitude of reasons. He tells me that I talk and act like a psychopath, and he’s actually nervous whenever we’re out of the house together. So don’t come to me for advice on this! I would tell you to ask Digi, but he’s seen as a raving, bearded hermit in his family as well. So consider the possibility that your step-brother is right!
What is the best first step for getting into writing video analysis and essays?
Step 1: Start asking questions.
Step 2: Don’t stop.
Additionally: Go on message forums and talk to people there. It’s much easier to get people to read and respond to BBS posts than it is to get people to watch and respond to blog posts or videos. So if people respond, start responding back, and badaboom, you’re analyzing.
Do you plan to make a video about Superstar Saga at some point?
*Hands behind back* I dunnoooooooooooooo…