Pokémon Day 2016 – ABrandontothePast Videos January 12, 2016Posted by Maniac in Site News.
It’s Pokémon Day 2016 on GameXcess.net, and we’re continuing with our look at some of the best Pokémon content from all over the web!
YouTuber ABrandontothePast is a newer creator than the ones I’ve featured before, but I think his personality and sharp editing makes him a great addition to today’s festivities. Many of his videos will focus on listing some of the top things throughout the various Pokémon games and anime, but they’re just so entertaining to watch you’ll find yourself wanting to click more. He likes to use fast edits and memes in his content, but his videos are well researched and the fast edits work really well for his unique style.
First off, I’d like to highlight one of my favorite videos of his, where he attempts to find all the instances he can of censorship in the Pokémon games and animated series, and gives a great look insight the cultural history of Japan.
This next video was probably inspired by the comedic work of Jeff Foxworthy. If you’ve ever talked to a person who has only played the first Pokémon games, called Genwunners, and that person only acknowledges the first generation games (Ed note: *waves*), you’ll love this video.
In this next video, he takes a look at some of the unresolved mysteries in the third generation remakes.
In this video, he listed up some of the best and most iconic Pokémon Trainer quotes from all of the games.
Finally I want to showcase another of my favorite videos of his, which looks into the theory that all of the creatures from Pokémon are in fact aliens.
If you’d prefer something a bit more nostalgic, or something involving Pokémon fandom you may not have known about, here’s his look back at an actual unofficial circulation, Beckett Pokémon Magazine.
If you liked these videos I can’t recommend checking out ABrandontothePast’s YouTube channel enough!
Pokémon Day 2016 will be continuing so stay tuned to this website all night for even more Pokémon highlights from all across the web!