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YouTube Highlights: Weekly Edition #3

Thank you all for joining us on this lovely Friday (Happy St. Patrick’s Day to those celebrating!) for another look back at our week in YouTube. All in all, it was a solid week. Even with the end of the cutest game in the world (probably), Kirby’s Return to Dreamland, we ventured on with a number of our continuing Let’s Plays. Keep reading and watching to see how things are progressing!


Ratchet & Clank (PS4)

How many games can you name that ask players to gather brains? Like, actual…brains?? (And not the zombie kind either.) Not many, I imagine. But Ratchet & Clank isn’t just any game, now is it? As The Duck proves, it truly isn’t.


Super Paper Mario

Where oh where is The Duck in Super Paper Mario? She’s in the twisty, turn-y Count’s castle. meeting up with Merlon, Mimi, and taking on ALL the bad guys!


Super Mario Galaxy

The Duck has also been working hard in Super Mario Galaxy, having recently traveled to the Gusty Garden Galaxy.  In this particular stage, she battles not with foes (thou there are many) but with physics! Well, with gravity, to be precise.  What do physics look like in space?


Yoshi’s Woolly World

I’m over halfway done with Yoshi’s Woolly World, and it usually at this point in about any game that I start to question my sanity…at least a little. Yarn Yoshi’s cuteness can’t make me a better player, but I still manage to bumble and stumble through, somehow.


The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask

In wrapping up this rundown, let’s see how The Duck is doing in Majora’s Mask. With Goht (Snowhead Temple’s boss) dispatched and the weather looking much better, it’s time for Link to take care of a few things.  You know, like Spring cleaning, only with swords and gun powder.


Thanks for watching, and join us next week for our next video wrap-up!

YouTube Highlights: Weekly Edition #2

Hey there, good people of the Internet! It’s Friday (YAY!), and that means it’s time for our weekly YouTube review.  This past week we had some great times in our continuing Let’s Plays, and we bid farewell to one that is now complete. Check out our highlights below, and please do check out UWG on YouTube — like, click, share, and subscribe! Thanks for all the support!

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YouTube Highlights: Weekly Edition #1

Hello everyone! Today marks the start of our new weekly wrap-up of video offerings. (So we’re no longer doing the monthly posts.) Each Friday, I’ll be posting here a few highlights from our YouTube channel, and hopefully you’ll click, like, subscribe, and share — because all that is pretty darn awesome, and it helps motivate us to keep bringing YOU the best gaming videos that we can! Also, leave us a comment and let us know what you think or what you’d like to see us play in the future. We’re readily open to any and all suggestions.

With that, let’s get on with the videos!

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YouTube Highlights: January 2017

It’s been 2017 for a few weeks now, and it seems that things are off to a great start in the gaming world. With news of the Nintendo Switch hitting everyone like a giant, colorful meteor ridden by Link and Mario, this year is already in the record books. Undoubtedly, we certainly plan to make it a good year and will keep going here with gaming news, writings, and videos. Yes, videos! Our YouTube channel continues to shine thanks to all of you, you wonderful watchers and commenters! And with that, it’s time for our monthly tour of the videos that lit up our channel in January!

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Let Them Play

Image by Flickr User: Tom Newby Photography (cc)

The major controversy may have faded, but we never really saw a resolution to the root cause to all of the Youtube troubles that cropped up last year due to some new content policies and overly-zealous video-claiming. As far as I know, Fair Use law didn’t get its much-needed update and so Let’s Play videos, while still a wildly popular format, still remain in a very uncomfortable gray zone. It’s really a shame. I’m convinced that if the format were to get the legal protection that it needs, then everyone involved would benefit! Continue reading Let Them Play