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Post your favourite YouTubers here. Feel free to link to their channels or individual videos if you feel there's one video that particularly represents them well. We just ask you follow 2 simple rules:

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I'll begin with a recommendation for Jesse Cox. Easily one of the funniest gamers on YouTube thanks to his often wide-eyed wonder (and sometimes bemusement) at games, and for anyone like me who loves RPGs and their backstories, he's a massive lore-nerd; loves delving into every little detail of a game's story, characters and world, and discussing theories about them with his viewers.

This video of him attempting to understand the wonders (and horrors) of Huniepop will tell you all you need to know:

 

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Oh cool :D

Im gonna shout out RenegadeOp-

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oh :/ well I recommend the hypest gameplay channel on youtube which is TheSw1tcher. Also known as Two Best Friends Play or Super Best Friends Play

https://www.youtube.com/user/TheSw1tcher

Heres a funny complication of a series they do in Halloween called Shitstorm of Scariness 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gd3UBghGRfw

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Razorfist, aka The Rageaholic.  He does reviews and opinion-pieces delivered in an amusing and entertaining way, with a lot of effort put in and research done.

At first when I saw him and heard him speak I was like 'Who the f is this guy' but he grew on me once I realised he was funny... I mean really funny, more LOL than the odd chuckle.  He's the sort of person who could say to your face to fuck off and you'd laugh, because the guy's a comedian.  Some people can't take it though as he'll mercilessly rip into their sacred gaming cows and get upset if it's a game or another youtuber that they like, and you can tell when he means it.

Speaking of which, he seems respected enough that other popular youtubers seem to gravitate toward his channel and sometimes leave comments, but he has incomprehensibly low subs.  I think it's because he doesn't pull any punches when it comes to sparing a viewers feelings, and he wouldn't lose sleep if he offends everybody (Angry Joe once left a comment basically telling him he could have huge popularity if he sold out--although he didn't quite put it that way, that was the basic message).  Takes a certain kind of folk to see past that.  I'm content for him to say his thing in an entertaining way, whether I agree or not.

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So I think I'll recommend a different kind of Youtuber. Tigura21 makes brawl machinimas, or more specifically, Smash King. He's finished 17 episodes so far, and he's been able to create a really good story that most other brawl machinimators haven't been able to match. I'll put a link to his channel and the group he's a part of, Virtual Smash, as they are all cool people.

https://www.youtube.com/user/Tigura21

https://www.youtube.com/user/VirtualSmash

 

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Mass, you're going to get the thread locked. Knock it off.

Video games AWESOME:

https://www.youtube.com/user/farfromsubtle/videos

ArchmageMelek:

https://www.youtube.com/user/ArchmageMelek/videos

Spike and barley (some of the funniest guys on youtube IMO):

https://www.youtube.com/user/NewfZ/videos

Two best friends, who are already fairly popular:

https://www.youtube.com/user/TheSw1tcher/videos

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Mass, you're going to get the thread locked. Knock it off.

Anyway I tend to enjoy ArchmageMelek:

https://www.youtube.com/user/ArchmageMelek/videos

Spike and barley are also some of the funniest guys on youtube IMO:

https://www.youtube.com/user/NewfZ/videos

Not to mention the Two best friends, who are already fairly popular:

https://www.youtube.com/user/TheSw1tcher/videos

​Me?? how so?? look at the topic it says Post your favourite YouTubers here, so i posted mine, i have the full right to favor a you tuber like the rest of you. And i happen to favor those two. One make me laugh and the other is cool.

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​Me?? how so?? look at the topic it says Post your favourite YouTubers here, so i posted mine, i have the full right to favor a you tuber like the rest of you. And i happen to favor those two. One make me laugh and the other is cool.

​Mass, please read the rules for this thread again. You broke the rules by posting links to detractor videos and channels. Please read them again so you do not make that mistake again.

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Back by popular demand!

Post your favourite YouTubers here. Feel free to link to their channels or individual videos if you feel there's one video that particularly represents them well. We just ask you follow 2 simple rules:

- No self-promotion or advertising

- No links to DSP detractor videos or channels

We cool? We cool.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

I'll begin with a recommendation for Jesse Cox. Easily one of the funniest gamers on YouTube thanks to his often wide-eyed wonder (and sometimes bemusement) at games, and for anyone like me who loves RPGs and their backstories, he's a massive lore-nerd; loves delving into every little detail of a game's story, characters and world, and discussing theories about them with his viewers.

This video of him attempting to understand the wonders (and horrors) of Huniepop will tell you all you need to know:

 

​Does the you tuber have to be a gamer?? or is it also fine to post about a youtber who happen to be random comedic?

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For anyone into movies/films what ever you want to call em, I suggest Chris Stuckmann. Really informative reviewer who puts great dedication and time into his reviews. Really well thought out content. Recently he released the first video in a new retrospective series he will be doing, this first video is a retrospective on Toonami!

 

 

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Yes I would like to recommend myse...

Hahah no fuck that noise.

 

I'd like to recommend ChipCheezumLPS also known as "Chip & Ironicus"

They do great informative Let's plays that are hilarious at the same time.

 

Would also like to recommend "TheStrawHatNo" who are a group of three dudes doing Let's plays mostly for fun but they also manage to make some very informative and hilarious content :

https://www.youtube.com/user/TheStrawhatNO

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Here are a few I particularly like:

Markiplier:

Fun loving guy. A bit obnoxious at times, but not to the extent of someone like PewDiePie, and it's all in good fun anyways. He's also a really nice guy in person, met him at PAX South. Love him for his indie/flash gameplay.

 

Jacksepticeye:

Really high energy. You will be hard pressed to fall asleep during any of his gameplay. Much like DSP, he is very honest with his feelings (without having to go overboard on long tirades). And funnily enough, he's a better "King of Hate" than Phil is. Also unlike DSP, he actually learns from his mistakes and adjusts his strategy when things aren't going his way.

 

Northernlion:

Very well-balanced personality. Knows how to critique without being abrasive, and knows how to learn the jist of a game without going to much into expert level territory. Known mostly for his Binding of Isaac playthroughs, but also does first impressions of indie games that may be overlooked.

 

Arumba:

Very analytical let's player of very complex strategy games such as Crusader Kings 2 and Europa Universalis 4. He is a huge stickler for having an accessible user interface and gameplay transparency. If you are interested in Grand Strategy games that are slowly becoming more well known in the Mainstream PC market, then be sure to check out Arumba's content as a segway.

 

 

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