9 more days until Skylanders SuperChargers comes out, and the flood will subside for another year. Unless this is the final Skylanders game (wishful thinking)
On the week of August 24th, Bores posted nothing again.
On the week of August 31st, the deluge began.
Starting on September 3rd and continuing into next week, Bores posted a shitload of Skylanders videos. The current total (as of this posting) is 12. Why so many? Apparently he was invited to another event showing off the game. Seriously, I don't understand what Activision sees in him. Surely there's better people out there. ... Are there just not enough people actually providing coverage?
He claims his Skylanders videos get a lot of views, but that's only true for a small number of them. Most of them (at least lately) have the same shit views he always gets.
From the brief glimpses I took, most of these are gameplay related. Some of them actually have the developers on hand to showcase the game. It's actually not exciting.
Dislikes are heavy, and the fans are crying.
"Waaah why does YouTube have dislikes? Stop disliking Irate Gamer! It's 2015, you shouldn't be disliking Irate Gamer!" These are just a sample of the type of comments I saw. Apparently nobody told these kids how criticism works, and when videos get a heavy amount of dislikes, chances are the majority didn't like it. That's the case with the Skylanders flood, most viewers actually hate it, and they show this by disliking and leaving a critical comment (before getting blocked).
Sorry for the content light post, but it's been three weeks and Bores hasn't done anything worth discussing.