Do you ever feel sorry for the people you retsupurae? I think it's kind of unfair when you do videos with younger people like the Starfox and WarioWare ones because they don't really know any better. Also your YouTube fans take things too far sometimes
Lemme start here: I don't like RPing younger people. I know we've done it a couple times, and even if it made a funny video, it never sat right with me, and I've turned down a few videos where that was apparent. So there's that.
As far as RP fans taking things too far? Well, that seems to happen in the opposite direction too, but we don't endorse people "taking down LPs" or attacking en masse. Retsupurae's intention isn't really to bring down Let's Plays by people we don't like or something.
But here's what sucks about The Internet:
Creativity is supposed to involve risk. You're supposed to be putting your imagination and your viewpoints and your talents out there to the world, and if you did poorly - even if it was just an off-day or, gasp, you really aren't good enough, you're supposed to be criticized and ridiculed until you decide a) you're tough enough to make it through and not compromise your vision or b) you're tough enough to realize your humility and maybe what you did can use with some improvement.
On top of all of that, Let's Play is this surrogate creativity: it's piggybacking on someone else's artistic endeavor (the video game), so you already have an unfair advantage going into it.
The Internet's bred this namby-pamby "you win just by trying!" mentality and I'm sorry, but if you're honestly hurt or downcast by two guys from the Internet dubbing over your stupid video, god help you if you ever decide to make a film, a novel, or a video game of your own - because there are people way more qualified and capable than us who are more than happy to deny you an audience or accuse you of being creatively bankrupt.