I don't get why people coo and get so worked up over people's to do with a video game franchise. Quite frankly, I don't like the shoot and loot nature of the recent action heavy ones, but I don't go around YouTube trying to single out random people for being misleading, overdramatic, or whatever the issue is. People can play whatever games they want, and it's all subjective mumbo jumbo anyway.
Last year, I stuck up for this guy called Nemesis, who is probably the finest example of someone who is truly hell bent on exposing Capcom as fraudsters. I'm not sure if that's the mentality you should have towards a company that makes your favourite franchise, but I agree that some of their games are very much just being made to act as a cash grab. However, I don't see what's wrong with a guy letting off steam on YouTube if he feels a company has let us down. We have a right to voice how we feel, but I think him boasting that Capcom knows about his content is a massive exaggeration. Even the biggest channels, are like a small fish in a big pond compared to Capcom.
A year ago, I engaged in a feud with two YouTubers who also have a large following. In fact, I could care much less if someone has half a dozen followers, or whether they have 4K suck-ups to back them up. It's the honesty in one's videos that I appreciate more than anything, so the amount of followers and editing skills doesn't bother me. Because if anything, this is a likely indication that they have already had an ego-boost. Very few YouTubers get this far without being controversial in some manner.
So what happened? Well, these guys were making videos about Nemesis' channel, because of his attitude towards Capcom. Now I agreed with what Nemesis said, because I've witnessed the decline in quality myself, and so I've also been mad at Capcom for screwing up a series that I love. These trolls started making videos about me as well. Eventually, Nemesis sided with them, probably to save face. But I honestly don't like people that do a swerve like that, just because the hate talk isn't going in their favor, and they're scared of being seen as a laughing stock. And he claims it wasn't them. He said that he turned on me because I made an underhanded remark about 9/11 - due to them being American. Nemesis didn't like that I made a derogatory remark about his country, so he washed his hands of me, and also because one of the dudes mocking us had been dredging up old nonsense about me being a "woman basher", because I linked them to an Encyclopedia Dramatica page that some other sore losers wrote years ago, in a sad effort to get their massive revenge over old, petty drama. There is something on there about me losing a job over a girl, although this occurred way back in 2006 and has no merit in a debate over a video game. But that's what happened. This Nemesis even did a live stream recently with the guy who calls himself BioDevil_Dom, like all their past animosity has evaporated. I've also doxxed that fruitcake before, which is why they doubled-down on the hate, and I'm sure they're aware that I have PDD-NOS. Unfortunately, this appears to be a regular thing with both their YouTube videos and their comments on Twitter, where they variously bash people they don't agree with, such as Suzy Lu, The Detective, and Nemesis.
Like I said, someone's opinions reflects their views. That doesn't give people the right to upload attack videos, and this is partly why I'm on the verge of being done with Resident Evil. Not only have the games gone downhill, there's no sense of community anymore. Most of the fan forums are long gone. The relatively few forums that remain on the Internet are a boneyard these days, where it's a case of people either not posting much at all, or if they do post, they often act really snide and pompous over dissenting viewpoints. So there's really nowhere to post any longer, apart from generic gaming forums like that God awful site, known as NeoGAF. To me, Wikipedia has also ended up a waste of time.
But the point being is that the Resident Evil community is very much a toxic environment full of crazies that you need to avoid, as if your sanity depended on it. I've even had some New Zealander (or Aussie) guy following me around forums, constantly spamming a flash image of his excrement on a photo of me laying in his toilet, and also saying that I use my 'retard payments' to finance low budget films so that the producers cast me as an extra. You would honestly think, all arguments aside, that fully grown-up adults would actually have some brains... and not be behaving this way with other men online, over gaming disputes. But no!
P.S. I think that if Resident Evil is ever to go back to its roots, Capcom needs to stop copying other games and making it seem like this is not noticeable. But it's 2019... and I don't believe they can. Even with all this new technology, the actual horror tone is very much a hit or a miss.
I hope you get a good laugh out of watching this babyish stuff, just as I did. For some reason, one of the videos now has this annoying green flash going across the video, that wasn't there previously. This must be a glitch, or possibly it's something he did to hide my face so he doesn't get flagged again.