"Remember guys, click that thumbs up, it's a middle finger to the haters."
Channel Name: Back Pocket Game Reviews (BPGR)
Real Name: Nicholas Hill
Other Names: FalseJesus (many different variations)
615 Gleaming Dr
Galloway, OH 43119
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Want to check out the inside: Zillow
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His YouTube Channels
Main Channel: www.youtube.com/user/falsjesus - Archive
Streaming Channel: www.youtube.com/channel/UCos3QkKpjwwmPr_dreSzdqQ - Archive
Gun Channel: www.youtube.com/channel/UCrrvJSgCRbWpki10K2uj_rw - Archive
(yes he has a gun channel, abandoned)
Wife's Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCR3gw12AxDCczzV9g2vTVgQ - Archive
(he sometimes shows up on the channel. It's mostly a makeup channel)
"Family" Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9_DEG-MNY2mNH9Q1psQ84g - Archive
(pretty much abandoned unless he has to exploit his family for views)
Twitter: www.twitter.com/backpocketgames - Archive
Facebook: www.facebook.com/falsejesus1987 - Archive
Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/BackPocketGameReviews - Archive
Discord: discord.gg/PSePYRS (Go and say hi!)
Steam: Falsejesus - steamcommunity.com/id/BPGR - Archive
Nicholas Hill's Pocket Shop
Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/BPGR - Archive
Store: https://teespring.com/stores/back-pocket-game-reviews - Archive
Go buy his shirt with the fake pocket in the middle.
This guy has been around a few years and it's been a bit troubling for him.
At this time he has about 30,000 subs and he's been at that amount for around 2 years. Nicholas started out making videos discussing how bad it is to work at Gamestop. Some of these first Gamestop related videos went on to gather over half a million views and giving him the 30k subs he currently has right now.
Since then he has tried to capture lightning in a bottle once again and has created over 50 Gamestop related videos! Everything from getting hired to Battletoads for the Wii.
Other videos are mostly commentary, vlog, and reaction videos. Mostly about gaming. I would say most of his videos are clickbait, at the very least trying to gain those "trendy" views.
That is not all however, he will start new series but after 2 episodes he goes back to doing Gamestop videos. For example, he had a show to promote Ohio based establishments. Seems cool enough but he stopped after 2 shitty episodes when he didn't rake in 250k views each. And they were shitty, he basically just recorded a bunch of footage, threw it all into an editor and hit render.
He also started a podcast that lasted 4 episodes. Seemingly only 2 of the episodes remain.
He has a real hard-on for responding to ReviewTechUSA, I guess you can consider that a show. They do consistently get more views than his regular stuff. Soda for Nicholas.
Seemingly his audience seems to be really dwindling. For a channel that has 30k subs he barely gets 1,000 views per video most of the time.
It's likely that if he sees this post, he'll do a reaction to it. Hi Mr. Hill!
He has had a number of happenings in his short career, I have highlighted the major ones for everyone.
The EpicConspiracy Incident
So at this point Nicholas starts uploading reaction videos because trends. He even had an idea to start a 400th channel for reaction videos, which didn't happen. For some reason he really centered around one channel called EpicConspiracy. I assume it's cause the channel was pretty much dead as the owner hadn't uploaded in a long time. Naturally he did 3 reaction videos on this guy. Here is the first:
The videos themselves aren't worth viewing, they're boring reaction videos. Two center around this EpicConspiracy guy working at Gamestop and being an asshole. The other he's raving about grammar nazis.
Nicholas thought he was in the clear, he would really nail this guy's ass to the wall without repercussions. That is until his fans went over to the EpicConspiracy channel to say hello. It was then EpicConspiracy commented on one of BPGR's videos stating:
The BPGR/Nicholas Hill response:
Epic actually contacted Nicholas behind the scenes and gave him his phone number stating he was interested in doing a co-op and they should keep the rivalry going. He also stated he is going to make a response video.
EpicConspiracy precedes to upload two videos. One going over Nicholas' Facebook, making fun of his life and calling his wife fat.
The second video basically doxes Nicholas. Showing off his house and even finds pictures of the inside on a realtor website.
Nicholas obviously didn't take too kindly to this. He goes on to make a video pacing outside his house saying he will make a proper response as soon as he gets home from work.
His official response is pretty lame but hilarious. Many of his insults sound like he lifted them from his wife. He mentions he has Epic's phone number but doesn't give it away. Goes through Epic's Facebook and twitter calling him a racist and a bully. He also gives the finger at the end and it goes straight to the outro that says "Subscribe Now!" which is funny.
Epic responded to this with two videos.
1. A video of Hitler laughing
2. An apology to Nicholas which was just him reading a Bill Clinton apology.
For the most part this ends the feud. Videos come down and go back up but after a few days, it's all over.
They did take it to Twitter for a little while. Nicholas went on a rant but has since deleted it. Epic retweeted both Nicholas and his wife when they insulted him. Epic also changed his profile picture to himself shirtless for a time. That's really about it.
The Child Protective Services Incident
So like most easily agitated YouTubers, they seem to attract people who really like to fuck with them. Well someone decided to call CPS on ole' BPGR. We get the full story told through three videos:
1.One about his initial report:
2.One about his conversation with CPS on the phone:
3.One about the visit:
Nicholas didn't lose his kids that day but it continues to be a something that he brings up from time to time. He even started a GoFundMe to hire a lawyer next time he has a problem with trolls.
https://www.gofundme.com/bpgr1 - Archive
Oh and it was for his daughters surgery which was secondary on the page. He used the classic DarkSydePhil tactic of "I'm not sure how much money I'll owe but give me money anyway" for that one.
The Discord Incident
With the rise of Discord, it's common for YouTubers and communities to have a Discord server. BPGR is no exception. But like most things BPGR-related, drama ensues pretty quickly. A disagreement on the discord causes Nicholas to completely unplug from online for a few days, only to upload a response video about the drama when he returned. A 25 minute long video. It's a mix of him bitching about his Discord intermixed with descriptions of a buffet he went to while disconnected from offline.
There have been a few low level YouTubers he's "feuded" with that for some reason thinks is worth responding, which can be humorous.
I'll write more in here if I remember other incidents. The guy tells you almost anything about his life. Recently he got rear ended which he's devoted three videos to. Four if you count the future one he will inevitably make about his new car.
He recently purged a ton of videos from his main and streaming account, especially the latter. He would stream almost everyday after work and now it's only 30 or so videos.
I remember he had one where he went to Gamestop with a shirt that read "LameStop" on it, cause he's hardcore and that's how he rolls. For whatever reason that one is down but the one where he shakes his ass at Little Caesar's remains.
I'll try to leave some examples of what he streamed. Most of them are an hour of him bitching about trolls, work, etc.
YouTube Strike Rant:
Bitching about getting stiffed by an old lady:
That's about it for now. I will update when needed.