History Trivia / VideoGamesAwesome

3rd Dec '17 10:41:47 AM nombretomado
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** More noticeably, the last ''[[VideoGame/ApolloJusticeAceAttorney Apollo Justice]]'' episode was in April 2016, with Fraser giving no indication of when or even ''if'' that particular playthrough will continue.

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** More noticeably, the last ''[[VideoGame/ApolloJusticeAceAttorney ''[[VisualNovel/ApolloJusticeAceAttorney Apollo Justice]]'' episode was in April 2016, with Fraser giving no indication of when or even ''if'' that particular playthrough will continue.
28th Nov '16 12:25:44 PM VoxTheHero
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*** Eventually the Apollo Justice playthrough started up again as of November 2016.
1st Nov '16 12:03:53 PM MisterVercetti
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** More noticeably, the last ''[[VideoGame/ApolloJusticeAceAttorney Apollo Justice]]'' episode was in April 2016, with Fraser giving no indication of when or even ''if'' that particular playthrough will continue.
17th Aug '16 7:45:18 AM MisterVercetti
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* MissingEpisode: Several of the earlier shows were only uploaded to Blip and not YouTube. With the former site's demise, there is currently no way to view those shows.

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* MissingEpisode: Several of the their earlier shows were only uploaded to Blip and not YouTube. With the former site's demise, For a while, there is currently was no other way to view those shows.these missing episodes. However, the [=YouTube=] channel [[https://www.youtube.com/user/VGAsArchaeologist Unofficial VGA Archeologist]] eventually reuploaded these shows, at last averting this trope.
9th Dec '15 12:07:25 PM Berrenta
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* InternetCounterattack: Fraser has made it no secret that {{Nintendo}}'s legal department not been shy about abusing {{YouTube}}'s [[{{DRM}} Content ID]] system to force videos that ''VGA'' has uploaded involving Nintendo games off of the site (odd when one considers how most other [[GameGrumps video]] [[WebVideo/TwoBestFriendsPlay gaming]] [[ProJared channels]] seem to get by just fine when it comes to Nintendo content). So when Nintendo uploaded [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0jjLOU2n528 a Nintendo Minute video]] that appeared to copy the ''VGA'' format, and when a fan subsequently brought the video to Fraser's attention, who then posted the video to the ''Video Games Awesome'' Facebook page, the video was instantly flooded with angry comments from irate ''VGA'' fans calling Nintendo out on their hypocrisy. '''However''', Fraser himself then left a comment on the video saying that he did not seriously believe the video to be a "blatant copy," and simply found the similarities amusing enough to bring to attention. It's worth noting that Nintendo of America started to change up some of the format of the Nintendo Minute videos showcasing select games from then on, probably not realizing the similarities at first to an already existing show.
6th Dec '15 9:39:17 AM FF32
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* InternetCounterattack: Fraser has made it no secret that {{Nintendo}}'s legal department not been shy about abusing {{YouTube}}'s [[{{DRM}} Content ID]] system to force videos that ''VGA'' has uploaded involving Nintendo games off of the site (odd when one considers how most other [[GameGrumps video]] [[TwoBestFriendsPlay gaming]] [[ProJared channels]] seem to get by just fine when it comes to Nintendo content). So when Nintendo uploaded [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0jjLOU2n528 a Nintendo Minute video]] that appeared to copy the ''VGA'' format, and when a fan subsequently brought the video to Fraser's attention, who then posted the video to the ''Video Games Awesome'' Facebook page, the video was instantly flooded with angry comments from irate ''VGA'' fans calling Nintendo out on their hypocrisy. '''However''', Fraser himself then left a comment on the video saying that he did not seriously believe the video to be a "blatant copy," and simply found the similarities amusing enough to bring to attention. It's worth noting that Nintendo of America started to change up some of the format of the Nintendo Minute videos showcasing select games from then on, probably not realizing the similarities at first to an already existing show.

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* InternetCounterattack: Fraser has made it no secret that {{Nintendo}}'s legal department not been shy about abusing {{YouTube}}'s [[{{DRM}} Content ID]] system to force videos that ''VGA'' has uploaded involving Nintendo games off of the site (odd when one considers how most other [[GameGrumps video]] [[TwoBestFriendsPlay [[WebVideo/TwoBestFriendsPlay gaming]] [[ProJared channels]] seem to get by just fine when it comes to Nintendo content). So when Nintendo uploaded [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0jjLOU2n528 a Nintendo Minute video]] that appeared to copy the ''VGA'' format, and when a fan subsequently brought the video to Fraser's attention, who then posted the video to the ''Video Games Awesome'' Facebook page, the video was instantly flooded with angry comments from irate ''VGA'' fans calling Nintendo out on their hypocrisy. '''However''', Fraser himself then left a comment on the video saying that he did not seriously believe the video to be a "blatant copy," and simply found the similarities amusing enough to bring to attention. It's worth noting that Nintendo of America started to change up some of the format of the Nintendo Minute videos showcasing select games from then on, probably not realizing the similarities at first to an already existing show.
27th Sep '15 5:48:36 AM MisterVercetti
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* MissingEpisode: Several of the earlier shows were only uploaded to Blip and not YouTube. With the former site's demise, there is currently no way to view those episodes.

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* MissingEpisode: Several of the earlier shows were only uploaded to Blip and not YouTube. With the former site's demise, there is currently no way to view those episodes.shows.
27th Sep '15 5:48:21 AM MisterVercetti
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* MissingEpisode: Several of the earlier shows were only uploaded to Blip and not YouTube. With the former site's demise, there is currently no way to view those episodes.
4th May '14 2:58:03 PM DarkBee
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--> Also [[http://ffsfan.wikia.com/wiki/FFS_Fan_Wiki this]].



*** Which only reduced the number of people shouting spoilers. Spoilers continued from even the turbos near constantly through Snarfs, so much so that it is now a [[DisproportionateRetribution bannable offense to help them before they ask for it]].
--> Also [[http://ffsfan.wikia.com/wiki/FFS_Fan_Wiki this]].

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*** Which only reduced the number of people shouting spoilers. Spoilers continued from even the turbos near constantly through Snarfs, so much so that it is now a [[DisproportionateRetribution bannable offense to help them before they ask for it]].
--> Also [[http://ffsfan.wikia.com/wiki/FFS_Fan_Wiki this]].
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23rd Apr '14 6:05:48 PM EternalRain
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* InternetCounterattack: Fraser has made it no secret that {{Nintendo}}'s legal department not been shy about abusing {{YouTube}}'s [[{{DRM}} Content ID]] system to force videos that ''VGA'' has uploaded involving Nintendo games off of the site (odd when one considers how most other [[GameGrumps video]] [[TwoBestFriendsPlay gaming]] [[ProJared channels]] seem to get by just fine when it comes to Nintendo content). So when Nintendo uploaded [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0jjLOU2n528 a Nintendo Minute video]] that appeared to copy the ''VGA'' format, and when a fan subsequently brought the video to Fraser's attention, who then posted the video to the ''Video Games Awesome'' Facebook page, the video was instantly flooded with angry comments from irate ''VGA'' fans calling Nintendo out on their hypocrisy. '''However''', Fraser himself then left a comment on the video saying that he did not seriously believe the video to be a "blatant copy," and simply found the similarities amusing enough to bring to attention.

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* InternetCounterattack: Fraser has made it no secret that {{Nintendo}}'s legal department not been shy about abusing {{YouTube}}'s [[{{DRM}} Content ID]] system to force videos that ''VGA'' has uploaded involving Nintendo games off of the site (odd when one considers how most other [[GameGrumps video]] [[TwoBestFriendsPlay gaming]] [[ProJared channels]] seem to get by just fine when it comes to Nintendo content). So when Nintendo uploaded [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0jjLOU2n528 a Nintendo Minute video]] that appeared to copy the ''VGA'' format, and when a fan subsequently brought the video to Fraser's attention, who then posted the video to the ''Video Games Awesome'' Facebook page, the video was instantly flooded with angry comments from irate ''VGA'' fans calling Nintendo out on their hypocrisy. '''However''', Fraser himself then left a comment on the video saying that he did not seriously believe the video to be a "blatant copy," and simply found the similarities amusing enough to bring to attention. It's worth noting that Nintendo of America started to change up some of the format of the Nintendo Minute videos showcasing select games from then on, probably not realizing the similarities at first to an already existing show.
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