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How To Make A Video Game Review Show That Doesn't Suck
by Mark Bussler
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The ultimate guide to surviving on the Internet when you don't have 50 million subscribers.
The Internet is a wild and wonderful place filled with self-publishing opportunities beyond imagination. It’s also a dystopian nightmare threatened by “The Oversaturation". Rise above it and learn how to make some great videos to share with the world.
Learn the basics of making Internet video game reviews for YouTube and other online video sharing websites! Plug in the Atari 2600, Sega Genesis, Nintendo Switch, Xbox or PlayStation 4 and make video game reviews that don’t suck, for fun, and maybe a few bucks on the side.
Producing Internet videos is a wonderful hobby and often more work than people realize. It can be all-consuming and frustrating, it can also be an amazing creative outlet. There's loads of tools to help you on your journey like cameras, lights, microphones and HDMI converters. There's monetization, crowdfunding and merchandizing opportunities to help pay for it all. It's unlikely that you'll be the next PooDeeWhoDaFrack420. It's more likely that you'll find a great hobby and find new ways to enjoy your video game collection.
How To Make An Internet Video Game Review Show is written by Mark Bussler, creator of Classic Game Room, the Internet’s longest running video game review show. With beautiful full color photographs and cartoons, Mark takes readers on a journey through every aspect of game reviewing in an entertaining way. Learn the basics, the tips, the tricks and the technical wizardry to make game reviews that look and sound good.
Take a tour of CGR’s Intergalactic Space Arcade as you learn how to record gameplay, film on-screen footage and get a taste of editing and professional finishing work. There’s no right or wrong way to make game reviews, as long as they’re honest and you’re having a good time.
Mark demonstrates his process with reviews of Shinobi III for Sega Genesis and Omega Race for Atari 2600.
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