How to Review Games on YouTube

How you can Overview Video games on YouTube

Online game critiques are a fairly widespread format for online game channels on YouTube. However, if you happen to’re new to reviewing video games you may want some assistance on the best way to craft your evaluation into one thing your viewers will admire. Whether or not you are a newbie or seeking to brush up on some online game evaluation rules on YouTube, it is best to discover one thing useful right here!

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22 thoughts on “How you can Overview Video games on YouTube

  1. Best way to do a review imo is to be as objective as possible, and use a point system like ign, where you use stuff like 8.5 and 9. And like you said, unless your being objective you look like a fool. Also imo don't give a single game a 10/10 because no game is perfect.

  2. This deserves many more views for the content provided, one of the closest videos to how to make a game review I have found so far, many just go in to equipment used instead of a further deep video, Do you have a video perhaps, or please mind me when I say, a channel you promote that takes YTuber's through the actual process of the review, like voice while jumping through gameplay, is that done on the fly or a different method, sorry if this seems basic, but I struggle with some concepts of flow?

  3. I'm saw videos about why you shouldn't play that game. I don't like it. Why someone try to convince people not to play that game. Everyone is different and everyone likes different games. I don't like race or sport games, but I don't tell anyone "don't play this game because sucks". I like watching game review cause they have objective point a view about game. I would said why I don't like Dragon Age one and two, because there is a lot of it (like weak voice actors from my country). Of couse some things are nice there, but I wouldn't recomend that game.

  4. looking into making a high quality game review, I personally made a Game Code of Conduct for myself so that it encourages someone to buy the game without giving spoilers

    the way it works is that you dont show game play footage nor do you show anything related to the story, and mainly have the camera set up on your face with the case in the background. While this may seem boring, you also try to give a objective and subjective side to the argument of purchasing a game, meaning you explain why you personally like or dislike the game, while also giving the opinion of the people and also giving a history of the development of the game itself if you can find that said information. Honestly, I tend to do YouTube on my free time which is not very much of a thing anymore and Im trying to make videos after this "cancel culture" thing is over with, but when I make a script which I just started doing, I dont go for correct grammar more so of how I felt about playing at the time, taking notes while I play the game whether it's excitement, sadness or even boredom or just a bad vibe. I personally think Bias is okay, if you can give a valid argument as to why you have that bias

  5. Some great tips. I personally prefer to see and use game-play with no subtitles, as to avoid plot points etc. Last of Us is definitely not perfect, however taste is subjective. You stand your ground mate! Most important tip from me (new to youtube, not to reviewing) Be honest. Don't be afraid to say if you dislike something, however do it tastefully. Always remember people like different game-play mechanics.

  6. This is certainly helpful. I do believe I follow a few of these tips already when reviewing games, I just need to make sure that the quality of my reviews remain consistent. Also, writing notes is something I really should do.

  7. Good advice. There's one thing in here I really try to focus on. Any time I criticise a game for how it works I feel it's necessary to point out how that could have been done different or improved. Doing so kind of gives statements some weight I feel and helps people understand your angle better, and therefore makes it easier for them to come to their own conclusions on things. Great video!

  8. This video was a HUGE ego stroke as I do ALL of these things and I while biased- couldn't agree more!! ESPECIALLY with relevant footage AND backing up your criticisms.

    I also found you from Tarks! I'll be binge watching (or rather listening…At work atm) Great video!

  9. I liked this game because the main character completes his goals, kills the bad guy, and lives happily ever after….. and his partner dies….
    I didn't do that right did I?
    Great video and good information!

  10. Another awesome video! I thought about doing reviews but like you said it's super crowded and besides I've always prefer niche games over big releases… and besides I don't think that doing rpg reviews would hold up because it's not popular enough to gather a lot of views unless you already have a big fan base… I prefer doing live streams because I can talk about what I like and don't like while playing the game and it's fun to interact live with people! Great video and keep up the good work!

  11. OK, I could waste your time thanking you for another quality video, but instead I'll get right to the important question: What was that game that looked like an updated version of Rastan?! Must have!

  12. The Last of Us is pretty close to perfect if you ask me, but nothing is. ; ) I'd really like to do more reviews again and there's always room for improvement (especially my vids). Great info!

  13. Last Of Us was perfect. But seriously, I want justice for game reviewers. On your #1, obviously you should play the game first, but I see PLENTY of huge tubers reviewing games they’re lying about having played and using stolen footage. And then my in depth review gets 20 stinkin views. I reviewed an NIS game that comes out Tuesday. Why don’t you check that out and rate my work? Id like to hear your opinion. I may not be the best, but I’m improving and I keep it realer than a mofo.

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