What is a 30-Minute Video Analysis and how does it differ
from a game review?
First off, my REVIEWS of the games I play are absolutely free. There’s no need for anyone to buy something that’s so seemingly generic. I choose a game to play and I later review it for anyone who may be interested in buying it in the future and would like some insight first.
A 30-minute video analysis is a much more complex review.
You’re no longer getting the generic soundtrack, gameplay, graphics, and navigation cut-and-dry information. You’re getting the in-depth and full course of those categories. A written review will come after this, sure, if I continue with the game. But this product offers visuals, and I talk about the pros and cons in the game itself by pausing my recorded gameplay and talking about a certain aspect of the game.
Check out more of the information you get further down!
Who benefits from this product?
- Game devs who’ve created shorter games.
- Dev-to-be who wants to know how to better their upcoming game by finding the flaws in another.
- Gamer who’s wanting to know the good and the bad on a specific game.
- Someone who wants something more than just a plain old review.
What are the steps taken for the 30-Minute Video Analysis?
- The (PC) game will be played on a “normal” setting–if there are difficulties or higher visual settings, I’ll play it in the middle-ground.
- I record 30 minutes of the (PC) game.
- The timer starts once the gameplay actually begins. If there’s a cutscene, I won’t add that as part of the 30-minutes.
- After gameplay, I go through the video and talk about every part as a whole, such as with a review, only more in-depth.
- Gameplay, pacing, visuals, voices, sounds, etc.
- Pros and cons
- Misspelling and punctuation errors (if any)
- Bugs (if any)
- Visual guidance
- The video will be later uploaded to my YouTube channel.