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Darkwind Productions (Random Productions)
Productions is a youtube movie making company founded by David
Moore. All Darkwind videos are retrospective and he is one of the
few people to own a channel soly deticated to
retrospectives. Youtube Page:
David Moore and his friends form the Star Network. They were a
small movie making company that made hit flicks like "Space
Fighters" and "The Reaper". The group split in 2005. In 2006 they
re united to make the Random Show. A sketched based comedy internet
show that was originally supposed to air on youtube in August.
However, due to editing disputes, David Moore and his friend split.
He formed Random Productions while his friend formed Channel 3
Productions. 10 episodes of the Random Show were made. In the fall
Random Productions tried to make animations using power point but
his lack of knowledge of youtube at the time caused him to fail.
On Febuary 21st, 2007 Dave created the user
Houminid on youtube. He made his videos with his Digital Blue. His
first video "Hand Hunter" was a catastrophic failure, along with
all his other videos. He took a crack at animation using The
Movies. But these videos suffered from poor quality too. His parody
on The Cay however, was a moderate success. He had game series like
Game Talk, Broke Back Jack, and Time Splitters: The Lost Chapters.
To make these videos, he filmed them straight from his TV. His poor
narration skills ruined these videos.
20 Video Plans
20 videos he would switch to another them. Plans: 1. The Begging
(just random videos) 2. Random Productions Strikes Back (Live
Action) 3. Invation Of the Games (game videos) 4. Summer of Fun
(a mix of all the plans).
True Videogame Story
had enough of his failures. He had only 40 subscribers and was
going to close Houminid but then took one last chance. He decided
to make a retrospective on the history of Nintendo that would be
fully accurate. The final build had annoying music and was a bit
out of order. But it was overall recived well. He then made Sega
the next week and Atari the week after. He gained more popularity
and was getting more and more subscribers. Then he released the
History Of Sony: the first of his retrospectives to contain voice
narrations. 1 week later he released Failed Systems. This was
followed by much controversy of his choices and opinions on the
failed systems he mentioned. The next week he planned to make The
History Of Nintendo Power with an outro showing a fast slideshow of
every NP released to date. But some pictures were coruppted and he
could not complete his video... After that, his computer crashed
and had to wait 5 weeks to get a new one.
subscribers strong, David released the History Of Castlevania. This
was the first retrospective to take multiple parts to complete and
have actual video clips. It was a huge success and subsribers
started to pour in. 3 weeks later he came out with Megaman, then
the triple feature: Microsoft, Bungie, and Halo, then Mario (which
took 5 parts), then a look at the Video Game Crash Of 1983, then
Music Games, then Elder Scrolls, and finally: a 1 year celebration
of his youtube debute.
5 days after his 1 year
anniversey, the Houminid account was suspended due to a copyright
violation of a trailer from IGN. he had made exactly 500
subscribers moore than he did when he started TVS.
David made the choice of returning to youtube and
re-uploading his retrospectives. He created the user DiabloDave363.
He planned to re-upload videos weekly. He could only find
Castlevania and Microsoft, Bungie, and Halo at first. He had to
remake, Nintendo, Sega, Atari, and Sony. He then re-uploaded Mario
and Music Games. And in celebration of the release of GTA 4, he
made The History Of GTA. Then he made Sonic and announced he
planned to make Zelda next.
Retrospectives on DiabloDave363:
Retrospectives on Houminid: 1. Castlevania 1. Nintendo 2.
Microsoft, Bungie, and Halo 2. Sega 3. Nintendo 3. Atari 4. Sega
4. Sony 5. Atari 5. Failed Systems 6. Sony 6. Castlevania 7.
Mario 7. MegaMan 8. Music Games 8. Microsoft, Bungie, and Halo 9.
Grand Theft Auto 9. Mario 10. Sonic 10. Videogame Crash Of 1983
11. Music Games 12. Elder Scrolls 13. Random Productions