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Thread: Which idea sounds better?

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    Okay guys, I need an opinion on something. Which idea sounds more interesting:



    "Ayen's Video Game Reviews"


    Where I review anything under the sun on any platform that I have available. Or:



    "The Sega Brat"



    Where I only review old Sega games from the 80s and 90s which I'll rebrand "The Video Game Brat" when I run out of Sega titles to review.



    Either video idea will be family friendly as I wish to attract more people to my videos.



    Or should I do both?



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    I say why not both?

    I’m the Saga brat Ayen and this is Ayen’s video game review!

    Has as a nice ring to it I say.

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    I'd say do both, but start as the Sega brat and work your way up to a general games critic. Better to start with a gimmick and once its used up, move into broader territory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf Kanno View Post
    I'd say do both, but start as the Sega brat and work your way up to a general games critic. Better to start with a gimmick and once its used up, move into broader territory.
    That's what I was thinking. That the Sega Brat would appeal to a more niche audience. There is a lot of critics on YouTube right now, but how many devote their time to retro Sega titles?

    I'll share what I had in mind as the first 13 videos for each series. Maybe that will help steer the voting.

    Ayen's Reviews
    Monster Rancher
    F.E.A.R.
    Evil Zone
    Battle Tanx
    Auto Destruct
    Broken Helix
    Road Rash/Road Rash 3D
    San Francisco Rush Extreme Racing
    Spider-Man
    Metroid
    Crash Bandicoot
    Spyro the Dragon
    Armored Core

    The Sega Brat
    Sonic the Hedgehog
    Alex Kidd Miracle World
    Streets of Rage
    Comic Zone
    X-Men 2 Clone War
    Cyborg Justice
    Battletoads & Double Dragon
    Street Fighter II Champion Edition
    Mortal Kombat
    Doom
    Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
    Teenaged Mutant Ninja Turtles Hyperstone Heist
    Sailor Moon


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    Will forever vote Sega.
    YE RAGIN', AYE?

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    Well, you have several people with similar ideas, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. However, it works best when you can create a bit of a persona around the your name. Being a brat or having a bratty personality could be funny or it could get grating. Even arguably one of the more popular reviewers, angry Nintendo nerd, became annoying to me after more than a few videos. Perhaps something like the Sega Sage would open you up to Sega reviews and also interesting factoids and Sega history. A knowledgeable guide to all things old school Sega.

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