They gave this game kind of a short shrift. Free-To-Play Cast looks like more of a laid back quickfire discussion/panel show. They do also do video shows where one of their staff play, and talk more about a game there. But, I can understand them, if they're trying to reach the largest audience, and they don't want to harm their viewer number by age-gating the show, because it includes Scarlet Blade, then they ran DK footage in the background, instead.
Stating all this without the game even in beta yet
There's the rub. This game isn't that easy to access, yet. People cannot actually find for themselves what it is like, and hearsay may leave preconceptions on people before they start playing, even if they get that far.
During the show, I was waiting for the thoughts to shift gears to reflect what happened, what they found, when they looked into the community they held a low impression of - what they saw in the feedback, and the general discussion areas (the fan creations and more besides) which challenged their reluctance to check out the game more fully. There wasn't a counter. Unfortunately, they were fairly dismissive, although I reckon it will indeed come up "on assignment" from the editor to one of their reporters to gather footage and impressions of, for one of their feature programs...
I wouldn't bother getting too annoyed
about this. First, inform people - give them information. (good going, by the YT commenters
) Encourage them to look into the game, read the site/forum, etc. Second, accept that for some people, they may just not like the game. I don't agree with this "shame on Aeria" nonsense in the least, but perhaps it's best for fans of SB to pick battles selectively, according to most pressing. This, in my view, doesn't rank high up there. A fuller picture may be posted by MMOBomb of its experience, when the time comes.