Simply The (16th) Best

On Sep 9, 2006, I uploaded a Super Smash Bros. Melee video at GameSpot titled "SSBM: Goldeen KO's?". Since then, this six second video has had over 81,000 views.

Out of over 46,000 user videos, mine is listed there as the 16th most visited user video of all time on GameSpot, but why?

My guess is that whenever someone watches this video they think "What the hell?" and replay the video. Maybe only 20,000 unique users actually watched it, and it all happens so fast that many people replay the video several times over.

Let's see if you do the same:

  




All this fuss over little old me...

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Posted by elektrixx

On Sep 9, 2006, I uploaded a Super Smash Bros. Melee video at GameSpot titled "SSBM: Goldeen KO's?". Since then, this six second video has had over 81,000 views.

Out of over 46,000 user videos, mine is listed there as the 16th most visited user video of all time on GameSpot, but why?

My guess is that whenever someone watches this video they think "What the hell?" and replay the video. Maybe only 20,000 unique users actually watched it, and it all happens so fast that many people replay the video several times over.

Let's see if you do the same:

  




All this fuss over little old me...

elektrixxx.
Posted by Aaron_G

Something I have never scene before.

Posted by L

Wow. Impressive views. My top video on GameSpot is Spider-Man 3 glitch at a measly 13,000 views nearly. However, some videos I do turn out to get more views from YouTube. I think I have 50,000 views on a RollerCoaster Tycoon one on there.

Posted by LordAndrew

My top video is Jeff's Kane & Lynch video review. People wanted it, so they all came to watch it.
Too bad people don't show as much interest in my other videos. :(