Recensione di Rooster Teeth
Rooster Teeth is a fan-propelled community that produces game reviews, comedy shows, podcasts, machinima, and original episodic content. From humble beginnings back in 2003 the company has expertly navigated internet culture and trending media to grow a fan base that is now millions strong.
Their first claim to fame was the hilarious cult classic Halo machinima, Red vs. Blue (2003), an expansive series that pushed them into expanding towards live-action comedy content, original shows, movies, and podcasts. The widely popular RWBY (2013) is a result of their collaboration with the late Monty Oum.
Rooster Teeth is available in three subscription tiers: One free, and two premium. Premium subscriptions allow for offline viewing, reduced ads, early access to ticket sales for their events, early access to videos, and live content. Since Rooster Teeth creates its own content exclusively, the service does not offer any TV shows or movies that are not their own IP. Rooster Teeth also does not allow for multiple profiles or simultaneous streaming, and does not offer parental controls or kid-specific content. It does, however, allow for a 7-day free trial.
We tested Rooster Teeth and other subscription streaming services for more than 100 hours. Rooster Teeth is compatible with Roku, Xbox, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android and Android TV, iOS, or on your favorite browser.
Senza controllo parentale
A FIRST subscription will disable pre- and mid-roll ads
A FIRST subscription will allow users to download content for offline viewing.
Rooster Teeth is available in the US, UK, and other countries across the EU.
Rooster Teeth è compatibile con questi dispositivi:
- Amazon Fire TV
- Apple TV
- Google Chromecast (Google Cast)
- Android TV (Google Cast)
- Android Phone/Tablet
- Sony Smart TV (Google Cast)
- VIZIO Smart TV (Google Cast)
(Fino a 1080p HD)
La risoluzione della maggior parte dei video in streaming è 720p HD. La risoluzione di alcuni video in streaming è 1080p HD.
La frequenza dei fotogrammi della maggior parte dei video in streaming è 30 FPS; ne sono disponibili alcuni a 60 FPS.
Il contenuto è in audio stereo.