If you are an avid gamer, you may have already visited the IGN channel at Youtube several times. It is, after all, one of the leading games news channels on Youtube and one of the top providers of news on what’s hot and what’s not in the gaming industry.
For the uninitiated, the video game and entertainment media behemoth that is IGN offers its views on new and upcoming games through their Youtube channel. Although they have several competitors, the almost 25-year-old California-based company has retained its grip on the sector. One of the reasons for this is that although they are all about video games, they offer their content in diverse and highly entertaining formats.
The offerings of the IGN Channel at Youtube
- IGN Start: Game reviews, information on gaming ware and news on all the cool game-related stuff you can buy as well as a late-night comedy edition from the gaming world, this channel has them all and more. With a 12-million strong subscriber base, the one thing you can be sure of is that these guys know what they are talking about.
- IGN walkthroughs: Want to know how it actually feels to play a particular game? Well, you can either spend to buy it or you can check out the gameplay footage on IGN Walkthroughs. Also, keep an eye out for the hottest and freshest trailers on IGN Walkthrough featured channel “GameTrailers”.
- NVC: For all Nintendo fans, there is the Nintendo Voice Chat dedicated to all things Nintendo. From games and reviews to merchandise and controversies, this is where you get all the information you’re pining for.
- GameScoop: A talk show dedicated to games and gamers that is what this one is about. If you are a fan of video games and of the show “The View”, then this channel is definitely for you.
- Fireteamchat: Want to improve your game? Look no further than this featured channel from IGN that is all about strategy talk from the experts.
And there is a lot more from where that comes!
Those were just some of the featured offerings of the IGN channel at Youtube. In addition to these, you can also opt for subscription only channels that include Disneyplus, the anime club, vidIQ, Royal Rundown, and many others.