It amazes me. A man that in all respects has nothing, but acts like he's an emperor. What has Chris Bores done? What has he done to deserve all the masturbatory claims he constantly spouts from his endlessly-lying maw? The correct answer is NOTHING. So why the ego-stroking videos? Why the celebratory "200th video" when most of his videos were a minute long or less? It raises far too many questions.
You're probably wondering where I'm going with this. The other day I was shown this page.
Oh yeah, more of his self-indulgent wankery set to the tune of the 10 year old kids that praise him for his subpar jokes and ideas. Was anyone really asking for this?
Since it looks like nothing will come out in a while, I should debunk the bullshit claims found here. Just like his other ego-stroking videos.
I'll skip the first paragraph as this sounds believable.
Chris went on to attend Ashland University to major in 'Film and Broadcasting' and learn the ropes of the business. He did this by working at Television and Radio Stations, and performed many job's that included both producing and filming News Programs, Documentaries, Commercials, Sporting Events, and more.
I looked into Ashland University a little, and I found out they don't have any specific film curriculum. The closest is "Digital Media Production", but I did not find a specific "Film & Broadcasting" major. So why lie about a class that isn't there?
In that old page about his book "The Dark Chapters", he said he went to Ashland University to become a writer (and Ashland does have a Creative Writing major). So if he's going to lie about what his major was, why not lie about the school he went to? Oh wait, he shouldn't lie at all!
I'd like to know which news programs, documentaries, commercials, and sporting events he shot, if he did that at all!
In 2004, Chris left college and started his own videography business and started filming weddings, special events, producing commercials, and built up a successful client base in the area.
This was the beginning of "Y2B Productions". Note how he said he "left college" instead of "graduated", hmmm.
Good lord, can you imagine a wedding edited by Chris Bores? "Introducing, the new Mr. and Mrs. Park! *After Effects explosions everywhere*" "You may kiss the bride! (voiceover kicks in: Aw yeah this is getting hawt!)"
In 2006, his passion for the Paranormal had lead him to work on his biggest project at the time called Haunted Investigators which showcased his team, ghost hunting various locations.
All in Ohio as they were too dirt poor to be actual paranormal investigators. TAPS would continue to outshine them in every aspect. Instead, enjoy 6 videos of 2-3 jerks walking around an abandoned building with nothing happening.
In 2007, Bores stumbled upon the YouTube craze of game reviewers that reviewed old video games in an angry manner made popular by James Rolfe. Finding the whole genre inspiring, Bores decided to add himself to the mix of the 200 plus reviewers and began working on his own review which mostly consisted of satirical spoofs of what other reviewers with established fan-bases like AVGN, Armake21, and PlayItBogart had already been doing.
And here comes the Irate Gamer. A lot of this he "claims" in his 200th video, and I still don't buy a god damn second of it. Why block comments comparing him to the AVGN? He was never a gamer and he was merely cashing in on what was popular.
Before he finally admitted his "inspiration", he would always say "100 or so other people doing the same thing". Now it's up to 200? Who are these people? Give us names!
Of course, it's far too late to say "AVGN, Armake21 and PlayItBogart inspired me". He dug himself deep, and at this point being a rip-off is no longer the reason people hate him.
Also, satirical spoof? He fell back on Game Dude's bullshit excuse! How sad is that?
Having a background in film, a lot of people quickly took notice and asked for more. After numerous requests, Bores decided to do just that. After releasing a few more silly videos done in his spare time, YouTube took notice and featured 2 episodes within a span of a month on the front page of YouTube making him very popular.
A stint of popularity that didn't last long, he is nowhere near as big as he was in 2007. Also, people took notice because of accusations of theft, not because "I have a background in film herp a derp". That doesn't even make sense.
Also, YouTube stopped featuring him. They're too busy delivering bags of money to other people that entertain 10 year old brats.
Critics have criticized Bores of copying other reviewers during his first season of shows, but overlook the fact that his main goal back then was paying homage to the guys who came before him. Overall his main goal for doing the series was for the love of the Genre and the people who spawned it.
"Paying homage" my ass! Quit trying to hide behind that line! You stole material, quit trying to deny that! Again, you have far FAR bigger problems than plagiarism. Like the research failure, the bad writing, the unfunny jokes, the offensive actions, the fact your "character" is an unlikeable douche, the irritating characters, the constant cheating, the cheap effects, the overuse of green screen, and so on and so on. THAT IS WHY PEOPLE HATE THE SHOW!
"Love the genre and the people who spawned it" What genre? Video games count as a genre? A genre in what?
People who spawned it? Eeeewwwww. Okay I know what he means, but let me ask this. Does he know who created his second favorite NES game? I doubt it.
During the next season however, Chris decided to ditch the satirical nature of the show and find his own voice and began evolving The Irate Gamer into something fresh and new and brought to the table a review show featuring storylines, crazy special effects, a cast of reoccurring characters, and cut scenes that moved him outside the house and even interacting with the video game world.
And as it turned out, his "own voice" was dull and painful to watch. Much worse than when he was taking ideas.
By "crazy special effects", he means effects so stock that it drives people crazy.
Cutscenes are only in video games Chris, the way you phrase that it sounds like scenes cut from the final video.
"moved him outside the house" Whoa whoa whoa, outside? Woooow, that blows my mind! I didn't thinking using a camera outside of the house was legal! ... Is that really something to boast about?
Also, it's hard to believe that when most of your scenes are in front of a shoddy green screen. Including the "interactions with the video game world". This isn't Captain N by the way, there's more than one "video game world".
Upon doing so, Chris went on to hold the prestigious award of at one point being the #55th most subscribed channel on YouTube, and has since been featured in a variety of articles and publications worldwide.
Is being 55th place something to brag about? Anyone interested would look at that say "55th? Am I supposed to be impressed?" He also says "at one point", telling people "I used to be popular, now I'm not." Nobody wants that! Realistically, it would have made sense to include the actual number of subscribers. "As of 2011, he has over 140,000 people subscribed." That would get people to notice!
Again, what are these articles? What publications? What countries? I know a local paper did a piece about Haunted Investigators, but that's just Ohio. ... Then again, knowing how ignorant he can be, Ohio is the world to him.
Chris has went on to achieve many accolades such as having the Haunted Investigators show become the most popular Ghost Hunting show on YouTube, and creating other shows like "History of Video Games" and "Irate the 80's" which have both become very popular with fans. Chris Bores has also been praised for his extensive coverage and interviewing skills at both 2010 and 2011 E3 events.
Accolades? Oh this I gotta see.
Haunted Investigators is only popular, because your other show is popular. If you put it on a separate channel, nobody would watch! And compared to what? What other ghost hunting shows are on YouTube? Setting the bar low!
How is "creating two other shows" considered an accolade? They haven't won awards! They're just as bad as your other stuff!
The only people that praised you about E3 were morons that didn't know better coverage exists out there. Hell, better coverage exists ON YOUTUBE! Machinima anyone?
What interviewing skills? He asks the same vague questions over and over, and I swear the people he talks to look really uncomfortable around him.
Chris is currently working on a huge story arc that will escalate throughout Season 4 of the Irate Gamer now called "The Irate Gamer Show". This was inspired by the many episodic television shows that have recently sprung up on TV.
A story arc that doesn't make a lick of sense!
Wasn't it always called the Irate Gamer Show? How is this different?
Episodic TV shows? Are you insane? You can't keep anything consistent, what makes you think you can pull off something similar to Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones or Doctor Who? Good lord!
Also "television shows that have recently sprung up on TV". Thanks, I wouldn't have figured out where television shows existed if you didn't mention TV you redundant idiot.
He also plans to continue the history in the History of Video Games series, and re-launch the Haunted Investigators in 2012.
That's cute, I seriously doubt Haunted Investigators is EVER going to come back. He just wanted to clear out his garage of unsold DVDs.
That's the end of it. Ugh!
So many lies, so much bullshit, so much disgusting big-headed garbage! It just astounds me.
*lies back* Hopefully this will hold us over for a while.
According to my informants, LadyBuggin777 says Bores has recovered. So now the only excuse is Bores being lazy. We'll see what happens.