Looks like a lot of people in the comments are upset for the very foreseeable and avoidable reason of they Lpers not practicing their games.
Like, in one shot bad game lps no one cares, so shit like that Turok video for example, no one cares if they suck.
But in skill based games, I don't think it's too much to ask to practice the video game, because being bad at them in a long LP starts to slog on a portion of the viewerbase. (Like the Metroid LP, there's a reason Liam had to save it. Nuzlocke as well.)
Like, I'm a telecommunications technician, I can't just stop learning at my job or else I'll be bad at my job.
I really dont think asking someone to be fairly competent at a game they're playing for their job is too much.
And the weirdest part is that Woolie CAN be competent at a point but then goes straight back to shit.
I understand enjoying yourself at your job, but they kind of conflate VIDEO GAME=JOB, when it's more like entertainment is their job, and video games are their medium.