I find it odd that the word "robots" is used to describe these events. I mean...are these just computer programs, or are these actual humanoid robots that are intent on hurting humans, just like in I Robot (and its sequels O Robot and U Robot)?
Now I'm worried about robots taking over the world. Why did scientists make robots aware of Youtube? That's just asking for trouble. They should have stuck with making nice robots like Miles the Magnificent Memory Machine in Nancy Drew: The Haunted Carousel.
2) My next Youtube video project is a three-part video covering the fifteen puzzles that appear only in the British version of Professor Layton. Funny spelling and accents ahoy!
Actually, the only character with a different accent in the British version is Luke, the little boy. All other voices are the same. British Luke sounds weird to me, but I'm told by British people that American-doing-a-British-accent Luke sounds weird to them.
3) For those of you who don't know, I also make video walkthroughs for GCDotNet. Unlike the Arglefumph channel where I play only E-rated adventure games, the walkthroughs I've done for GCDotNet are mostly for platformers like the Mega Man series and Duck Tales 2 for the NES.
I've also done some T-rated games like Deja Vu and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney. I've been wondering for a little while now if I should move a copy of the Phoenix Wright videos onto my Arglefumph channel.
- It's an adventure game, like all the other games on the arglefumph channel.
- It's a mystery game, like most of the games on the arglefumph channel.
- It's a very popular game.
- It's a murder mystery game. There is blood and violence, and it is rated T for Teen, whereas all the other videos on my channel are E-rated. It might not fit well with them.
- A lot of little kids watch my videos, so they might accidentally see these videos designed for older gamers.
I've been going back and forth between deciding to and not to put the videos on my channel. What do you blog readers think? Here's Case One of Phoenix Wright, and here's the more interesting Case Two, which should give you an idea of what the game is like. Keep the videos on the other channel? Or bring them over to the Nancy Drew channel?