What’s in a Name: The First Steps to Building Your Gaming Persona

One of the most exciting things about making the decision to start trying to monetize your gaming is getting to build your online persona from the ground up. The doors of the Internet are open wide for you to showcase the best facts of your personality and be the person you’ve always wanted to be. Choosing your own name will be a vital part of your persona, and it’s something you’ll want to give a lot of thought to before settling on your choice. After all, this is what your fans will know you by and the name people will use to talk about your channel, blog, or website for years to come. Here are some ways to get started brainstorming. Using Your Own Name An obvious go-to for familiarity is to use a variant of your own name for your online self. This is also a great choice if you already have a following or fan base that you’re trying to carry over who already knows you by your legal name. Depending on how you want to portray yourself to your audience, you could just simply use your first and last name and call it a day. If you want to shake things up, brainstorm and play around with…

Key Points to Make in Your Gaming Critiques

Before you have companies throwing copies of their game at you in the hopes that you’re going to review it you have to wow the crowds with some good reviews of your own. To start out with you have to cover the basics, and make sure that everyone who reads your reviews knows a few vital things about the game. Before you continue on, consider how you can work these very important aspects of a game into your review. How Much Fun Was It First and foremost, you should always put a number on the game. How fun was it? People care about graphics and storyline, but what they mostly care about is how fun it is. You could have an amazing, perfectly rendered game about looking at mold cultures and it wouldn’t sell well. Graphics by itself won’t make a game, and online player mode won’t make a game. What it comes down to in the end was whether you’re going to be daydreaming about that game the next time you’re punching the clock at work or sitting at a red light. If it’s no so fun that you’re fantasizing about it then it’s not a great game. How Unique Was It There are a lot of games that…

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