[u]My main point[/u] This makes content [u]less exciting[/u] (because of constant spoilers) and over faster. These are the roots of the games largest problems and biggest complaints of the community right now. [u]My subjective rant[/u] With YouTube - We have all the answers a click and 10 min away. We immediately have someone in a video to show us the EASIEST and FASTEST ways to beat the game. And we wonder why it isn't fun... Beating things by ourselves by using problem solving and curiosity is cornerstone to great videogames. You're supposed to get [u]stuck[/u] and then finally figure it out and be the happiest ever. Good videogames don't give you all the answers, they give you hints along the way and challenge you to think differently.
I'd like to agree on some secrets, but as for most of the game being about mmo it is not inherently bad to function with guides and helpful videos. Most of the guides I have seen have been healthy for the game, such as perk and stat guides along with good farming spots. I understand frustration over raids and special quests (Whisper, Etc.) or even dungeons, but to limit the conversation to all of destiny videos is unfair. Streamer culture is definitely an issue with creating metas or making bungie do unjust nerfs or buffs. But taking it out on all videos again, is unfair. Remember some of the community has a few hours to kill, not days on finding all the Xenophage steps.