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What Kind of MMO Videos Do you Watch?

By William Murphy on February 26, 2015 | TGN Army | Comments

What Kind of MMO Videos Do you Watch?

We’re in a whole new world of game coverage, as video and streaming are quickly becoming the new normal for videogame coverage.  Now fear not… we’re not going to abandon the writing world anytime soon. But if you haven’t noticed, we’ve really started to increase our video coverage. Our question? What kind of content do you want from our videos?

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Lately, you’ve seen RipperX’s Let’s Plays, Hive Leader’s comedic first impressions, my own MMOFTW series, as well as our usual interviews and trailers that we get from developers. But we know we can do so much more. Our main question for you all is simple though… what would you watch?

We’re thinking of delving into video guides on things ranging from MMO to RPG content (bosses, secrets, character builds, and more).  You’ve seen LockSixTime begin his editorial videos, as well.  But do you want video podcasts?  We’ve also been toying with the idea of biweekly shows for specific games: from big boys like GW2 on down to the little indies like the Repopulation and Shards. 

What must be said though is that video content is much more time consuming than writing up a preview. For a lot of our writers, it’s become as simple as talking to pen a feature, a column, or a preview. But video involves edits, compiles, uploading, thumbnails and more.  They’re much more difficult to do well, and I hope you’ve all seen our efforts improve over the past year or so.

But now we need your input, for those of you who do like our content… what do you want to see more of? What’s most interesting to you as a viewer? Speak up and we’ll get on making it happen!

William Murphy / Bill is the Managing Editor of MMORPG.com, and lover of all things gaming. He''s been playing and writing about MMOs and geekery since 2002. Be sure to follow him on Twitter for all of his pointless rambling.