Alex CND (or CaptainNintendoDude) has been a strong force in the Nintendo YouTuber community. With a strong focus of being a video game vlogger and traveling the country in an RV to various conventions, Alex dedicates himself to his work and insuring that what you get in the videos is authentically him.
Oh yeah, he also waited in line 30 days to be the first person to buy the Nintendo Switch from the Nintendo New York store.
Wood Hawker is an eccentric Australian (but living in America) video game orientated content creator. You can find his reviews and random stupidity on the YouTube channel, Beatemups. Come for the games but stay for the... I dunno, accent?
Heavily focused on everything Nintendo, reviewing almost everything Switch he can get his hands on. Although his channel covers everything across gaming, from the classic NES all the way to newest PS4 & Xbox One.
Whether you are looking for reviews, gaming discussions, vlogs, fanmail unboxings, skits, top 10 lists, podcasts, clickbait or awkward humor, he has you covered.
The Taffeta Darling is a nostalgic 80s baby obsessed with pop culture: cartoons, Kurt Russell, old music, cult classic movies, Bronze Age comics and video games. She hosts and produces the YouTube channel FANGIRLS. She has traveled from Denver to NYC to host and MC a plethora of geek soirées including most recently, the Weird Science 30th Anniversary.
The Game Chasers
Billy and Jay make up the dynamic game collecting duo known as The Game Chasers. Their mission: to scour the land far and wide to uncover gaming treasures of old. Whether it be gaming stores, flea markets, thrift stores, or even peoples attics, they seek out retro games and have a blast while doing it. In 2011 they decided to put their adventures on YouTube and became an instant hit.
"Comic" Drake McWhorter
Drake McWhorter is a member of The Weekly Pull, and a former member of ScrewAttack. He's the creator of the hit shows Smash History, Crossover, Unpopular Gaming Opinions and runs the ComicDrake channel. If it's nerdy, he's a fan. Oh, and did we mention that he's a snappy dresser?
Tales of Taylor
Tales of Taylor is a friendly guy who enjoys horchata and collecting video game memorabilia a little too much. Best known for his documentary-style vlogs on collecting video games in obscure ways, Taylor strives on creating an original and fun look into his video game obsession!
Lhars Ebersold hasn't met an art medium she doesn't like. This native Texan combines elements of whimsy, nature, and horror in 2D, 3D, and living art. This one-of-a-kind creator has been a working artist and model since 2006 often combining the two to create living art.
Always unique, definitely colorful, and even functional, Lhars Ebersold's art creates a universe of wonder with geeky undertones for that eclectic person in all of us.
Take a trip into the fantastic and fantastical mind that is Lhars Ebersold you'll never see the world the same again.
Eric "8-bit" Perez started playing video games at the age of four when his older brother bought a Sega Master System. From there he was instantly hooked on playing with anything he could get his hands on. Shortly after, his life was forever changed when he received his own NES for Christmas and the rest is history. In 2010, he created a video game review show called The 8-bit Eric Show on YouTube. Since then, he decided to start collecting video games again and became friends with many other gamers in the YouTube community.
Scott (Scottsquatch) started the YouTube channel Scottsquatch over 10 years ago. During that time, he created the shows Video Game Sellers and Garage Sale Video Game Finds. Scott also films game hunting videos from around the world while on tour, working for the rock band KoRn. His house is literally filled with video game stuff, from the kitchen to the cat room, which his wife Katie (who's in many of the videos) is nice enough to put up with. On top of playing and collecting games since the age of 3, he has been working in the game selling business for over 15 years. If you're ever in the Tampa Bay area in Florida, come visit him on Sundays at the Wagon Wheel Flea market. He's tall, he's hairy, he's Scottsquatch.
Okchief420 loves everything video games. He plays, collects, hunts, anything and everything to find old games. He is best known for his GameStop Dumpster Diving series, where he finds all sorts of free items tossed away by the game store. Along with his best friend Will, he also does food reviews as The Food Chasers.
Humanoid chameleon, actress, voice actor, cosplayer, retro game lover and sci-fi nerd.
Lana Marie has been active for over 15+ years in the Texas community as an Actor & Voice Actress. Lana is also known for her costume design; ranging from her original designs to her favorite characters from: video games, anime, comic books, and popular films.
She has been invited to appear as a cosplay guest, panelist, & costume judge at multiple conventions featuring her work.
Addictions: 80s music videos, 80s movies, Batman, Mortal Kombat & Street of Rage will always have a place in her heart.
Tyler (iRetroGamer) may be the grandson of Silver Age comic book artist Mike Esposito, but growing up, it was always about video games. In the 90s, Tyler and his gaming-mad father collected Sega, Nintendo, TurboGrafx-16, and other classic consoles. Those wonder years of gaming are captured in My Retro Life, a series compiled from vintage home movie clips of Tyler's childhood.
Jordan Fringe has mainly been known for being behind the scenes editing for many YouTube channels but still finds the time to make his own content and appear in Alex CND's videos.
If you have watched any other of the guest list videos, you'll have probably seen something edited by Jordan.
George "G" Gracin has been an enthusiast of videogaming for over 25 years. A Houston native, the largest part of his gaming heart may belong to Sega (especially the Genesis and its spiky blue mascot), but he has a love of all things video games, mainly retro but current gaming as well.
Though he has only appeared on YouTube for a little under two years, his YouTube Channel, G to the Next Level, hopes to share his passion for what he calls "Retro Gaming in the Modern Age" through his retrospective videos, childhood stories, console reviews, candid commentary, live streams, pickup hauls/unboxings and much more. He invites everyone to join him on his journey through the past, present, & future: Level by Level.
In addition to G to the Next Level, George assists in writing retro gaming blog articles for sites like racketboy.com, and appears on his friend Tyler's YouTube Channel, iRetroGamer, as part of "The Power Team."