WarrenM wrote: »
Oh, Phil Fish. I guess he wasn't getting enough press lately. Quick, say some stupid shit!
Clos3d wrote: »
Everyone disagree but i'm wondering why....
His points are valid.... and no one is telling why he is wrong....
If someone create contents out of someone else content?
SuperFranky wrote: »
I don't think they owe devs anything. IGN don't pay devs to put up a preview, a feature or walkthrough, right? Why Youtube should be different?
Mask_Salesman wrote: »
Ignoring that this is Phil Fish, it's kind of interesting to think about. I mean Nintendo gets letsplays pulled down despite the huge advertising loss.
notman wrote: »
And look at the state of Nintendo. I'm sure, huge Nintendo fans will disagree with me, but Nintendo has gone from being a 'most have' system, to complete silence. I rarely hear someone suggest buying a Wii-U.
SHEPEIRO wrote: »
you should buy one... ;-)
used farFAR more than my ps4
also i never watch lets play for entertainment, its always to judge whether i want to buy... and i would have to say it puts me off most of the time, i might be strange though... often thought i am
Blond wrote: »
You know it<s all a matter of perspective. For example, channels like PewDiePie are actually well made and organized so, him making a revenue with his playtrough videos doesn't bother me.
When theire is actual work and consistency in the making of a game reveiw or playthrough with nice humor and critiques behind it, I think it actually promotes the game!
However there are channels out there which a really clickbait. For example, the so called ''gamer-gril'' channels which features girls with open cleavge and big breasts. They don't even know hoew to play, there's no organization in their videos and it's just seems like virtual prostitution. In those cases, I think, they should give a bit of their revenue to the devs...