Yeah have to agree I couldn't find a pathfinder review up anywhere. Found a lot of other stuff. Since you asked for comments I will give a few on other stuff.
1) The sound is a bit low, i had to turn my sound way up to clearly hear you often.
2) If you are going to show something to the camera please stand much closer to the camera, or hold the object closer. Like the campaign maps in the campaign tips was hard to see and one just looked like a blank piece of paper really.
Thats all the comments I have right now, since I have only listened to one of them so far.
yeah, if you're showing product, it's probably better to actually shoot a tight shot of it separately (video if you want to flip pages, or just scanned stills) and edit those visuals over your narration audio later.
personally, i'm really hoping that the next soon-to-come Update/Errata and subsequent print run will be ALOT tighter, and would want to hold off on my personal reviews until then. for now, there's just ALOT of missing/screwed up/unclear passages, see: how to dig out of avalanche (missing).
It was linked to his channel, try this one, instead.
Overall, not a bad watch. I found myself agreeing on most of your points, but one thing I have to bring up is the prestige classes.
It feels to me, with Pathfinder, that Paizo's design is one that Prestige classes should very much be a lateral choice, you can go into them, but there are reasons not to, which is a very different step from 3.5 where you would be quite gimped if you were to not choose one or more. Paizo, in beefing up the base classes, has really made the choice of entering a prestige class a tough one, and I expect to see that trend continue.
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I agree that calling it 3.75 feels strange.Think about it, is it LESS a change than 3.0->3.5 was? Certainly, not.
That's why I prefer to call it "the OTHER 4th Edition",
which I think is more appropriate to what it actually is.
If you like, "the REAL 4th Edition" even works ;-).
I'm not sure you'll find many Pathfinders looking to be painted with anything resembling a '4th edition' brush.
Quandary wrote:true, and i guess the number 4 is seen as bad luck (associated with death) in japanese/chinese cultures :-)hi all more stuff added check it out ....
Have you considered putting some of your stuff up as PDF's or something online as well? I mean hearing about it is nice, but sometimes seeing and reading exactly what you did would be better. Not the reviews but the tips and stuff.