No Parents Play tonight, as my parents are away. My desire to work on video lately is through the roof, so I'm quite sad that the rents aren't around! No worries, as they'll definitely be back next week. I even have their next game picked, which is going to be fantastic for the picture-in-picture addition. Look forward to that next week, but for now I'll see you in a few, short hours!
I've been doing video features for GoNintendo for awhile now. Nothing insane, mind you...but we do have two weekly series'. We've dabbled with features over the years, but the two that are mainstays are the GoNintendo Podcast and the Parents Play series. Both are very near and dear to my heart, and in recent months I've been trying to think of ways that I can better put together those shows. Hopefully you've seen some of that with Parents Play, and there's certainly ideas to come for the podcast.
With the work that I've put into the Parents Play series, I've found my passion to create burning more than ever before. I absolutely love putting together posts for regular GoNintendo and working all the social media sides of things, but I really am interested in video. I want to learn more about how to create high-profile content, or at the very least, somewhat higher quality. I really like the medium and am extremely interested in seeing where I can take it.
I don't need to tell you guys and gals that the videoscape is chock-full of content now. YouTube has given us billions of videos to look at and millions of people that create amazing content. A space that was wide-open just a few years back is now exploding with new ideas and creators every single day. When it comes to me, I'm not looking at some grandiose plan to create something that becomes the next big thing. I mean that would certainly be nice, but my goal is to create video content that you guys enjoy.
Rather than throwing darts at a wall and giving random things a chance, I thought I'd turn to you guys. I certainly do have some ideas that I'm going to try out, but why not go right to the source? If there are things you want to see me do with video on GoNintendo, here's your chance to tell me! I'm open to any/all ideas and suggestions, so long as they're video related. Maybe you've got the perfect idea for me to tackle, or perhaps you could spark an idea that spirals into something completely different. I'm just excited to see what you have in mind! Leave a comment and share your ideas. I promise to scrub through them and share my thoughts.