theRadBrad: King of The YouTube Walkthrough
theRadBrad is a video game commentator on YouTube with more then +1,800,000 subscribers. FMV Magazine gave him the title "King of The YouTube Walkthrough." So how did he get the title and became so popular among the video game community on YouTube?
Bradley Colburn - aka theRadBrad
The man behind the entertaining commentary is Bradley Colburn, who lives in Georgia (U.S). There are many reasons why so many people are subscribed to him is because he provides video gameplay with commentary while talking about his personal life time to time. On his earlier commentaries, Brad has talked about some events in his life such as getting one of his kidneys removed when he was younger and sharing his fear of heights. Another reason is that he provides video gameplay of games that some people can't afford. Since video games these days can be expensive for some people or some people who wouldn't like to spend an x amount for a video game. Brad also talks about various things while commentating, but his main attraction is his sense of humor.
theRadBrad Montage | edited by itsTyler
Brad is also famous for throwing chairs, which was first heard from his gameplay of Batman Arkham City. This can be seen in theRadBrad Montage at 3:25. The second time he threw a chair was during his playthrough of Cry of Fear (a mod for Half-Life). This can be seen in above video at 3:35. Brad said the phrase "F#@% You Chair!" from Cry of Fear after he became scared of a jump scare, which has become popular and he has repeated it in his other videos. Whenever he plays a game where a chair can be thrown within the game, Brad knows what to do.
theRadBrad's F#@% You Again Chairs Montage
When Brad is finished with a game or has copies of a game, he gives them away to lucky subscribers who are selected by him. Its nice to hear that he gives away some games to people who may or may not have the game.
One thing about him is that he says "thank you," "thank you for your support," and/or "thank you for the likes," in the beginning or during his gameplay to his subscribers and he appreciates it very much. Without the subscribers, then he wouldn't be in the place where he is now today. The way he talks to his subscribers is great way to interact with them when he asks questions. The questions were about the games and/or about himself, such as when the subscriber/s found his channel. He also asks about favorite movies, video games, and other stuff to his subscribers, which were posted on the comment section of the video when he asked the question/s.
If you have a YouTube channel, like video games, enjoy commentary, and not subscribed to theRadBrad, then you're missing out on great entertainment. As with any video game commentator, there are always likes and dislikes on Brad's videos, but that doesn't stop him from creating what he does best.
Here is a link to his YouTube channel
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