Why I now leave video game end credits on my YouTube videos

A slight change in direction for my gaming videos on YouTube

The Current Formula

I’ve always gone about making my videos in the same way:

  1. Start playing a game — usually one I’ve never played before.
  2. Complete that game and then give a brief review of my thoughts and feelings on that game whilst the end credits are rolling in the background.
  3. Once I’ve finished said review, I’ll either end the video or skip straight to any post-credits scenes the game might have.

The Future

So, going forward, I’ll be making sure every one of those people who’ve worked hard on a game that I play on my channel with have their names shown.

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TurianShepard

YouTuber, gamer and reviewer. I love point and click adventure games and anything to do with Star Wars and Marvel!