I made this account in order to upload what are called Let's Plays--recorded footage of the game with a commentary track. From what I understand, this falls under fair use, I am not making money, and I am, in fact, trying to promote the purchase of older games that seem to have been forgotten.
However, trouble arose when I started uploading recordings of old Star Wars games, due in large part to how they all have Star Wars music. I have two content ID matches for "The Moisture Farm," a song from Star Wars that is featured in many game levels (albeit with dialog, sound effects, and myself talking over it). I acknowledged all these claims as valid. They all say "This claim does not affect your account status."
Then, there was a content ID match by FOX for a video that is the opening cutscene of The Phantom Menace video game. It is visually similar and has much the same audio as the opening scene of the film, but it's not film footage. I disputed this claim, since FOX does not own all rights to Star Wars--Lucas himself does, and, when it comes to games, Lucas Arts is the developer and publisher. FOX is not involved. I am still waiting to see the results of this dispute, but the claim says "This claim does not affect your account status."
However, in spite of three content ID matches that assure me that they don't affect my account status, my Account Status' Content ID claims says "Not in a good standing," which makes no sense to me, since that contradicts what those content match notices told me.