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Virtua Tennis for the Dreamcast (video)

by BRIK Wed Jul 03, 2013 8:50 am

Another day, another video. Feedback is very welcome.

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Re: Virtua Tennis for the Dreamcast (video)

by Tweekers237 Wed Jul 10, 2013 8:56 am

Great Game.
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Re: Virtua Tennis for the Dreamcast (video)

by SNESdrunk Wed Sep 25, 2013 10:39 am

LOVE this game, my favorite tennis video game ever.

I'm digging your reviews, nice job
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Re: Virtua Tennis for the Dreamcast (video)

by BRIK Fri Oct 04, 2013 7:19 am

s1rweeze wrote:LOVE this game, my favorite tennis video game ever.

I'm digging your reviews, nice job


Thanks! :D
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Re: Virtua Tennis for the Dreamcast (video)

by marurun Wed Oct 09, 2013 10:04 pm

I like your reviews, but if I may nitpick just a little, maybe you should practice your lines a little so you don't have an obvious edit/cut after every sentence. I find it very disjointed when you issue one statement and have an excited expression on your face, and then immediately there's a cut and your face is flat again, even though what you're saying seems to otherwise flow.

I kinda have this complaint about most YouTube videos that have the camera on someone, so I'm not specifically calling you out.
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Re: Virtua Tennis for the Dreamcast (video)

by BRIK Tue Oct 15, 2013 11:47 am

marurun wrote:I like your reviews, but if I may nitpick just a little, maybe you should practice your lines a little so you don't have an obvious edit/cut after every sentence. I find it very disjointed when you issue one statement and have an excited expression on your face, and then immediately there's a cut and your face is flat again, even though what you're saying seems to otherwise flow.

I kinda have this complaint about most YouTube videos that have the camera on someone, so I'm not specifically calling you out.


You may nitpick! I'm always after constructive criticism, in the endeavour to improve my videos.
I'm glad you've pointed this out. I've been focusing too much on making my lines flow that I didn't even think about the way I acted comparability; thanks for the heads up! I'll be sure to take this into consideration with my future videos.
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Re: Virtua Tennis for the Dreamcast (video)

by d123456 Wed Oct 16, 2013 5:10 pm

How about video of you playing the game in your reviews. It's a really pretty game even by todays standards and I like to see others play the game. You don't have to be a pro at playing this game. I used to play this with 3 other buddies on the DC, PS3 and PS2.
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