/vr/ related youtubers
mostly old dos crpgs, hobbyist level quality
> pixelmusement ancient dos games
obscure games covered well by cringeworthy brony virgin shut-in, fair production quality
> metal jesus rocks
unattractive man in 40s and his friends, all with mental amounts of new and old collectables, high quality
> super bunnyhop
well spoken though opinionated reviewer who misses huge pivotal points and blames the game for it, high quality
who do you watch? who sucks?
inb4 classic game room memes like multiple marks, killing derek, wind squid, gamecom, and that coked up chicken
I appreciate what you're trying todo anon, but this thread is going to devolve into shit-posting and "NOT /VR/!!!" autists screaming in no time.
With that said:
His walkthroughs of video game stores in Japan are drool-inducing.
>Jimmy Hapa (Import Gaming FTW!)
Despite his sometimes cringey humor, he does comprehensive, detailed summaries / reviews
of many quality Japanese-only games.
>My Life in Gaming
Quality videos about video options for /vr/ like the XRGB and PVM's with Scart cables. They also do quality video reviews and summaries of various retro games and systems.
Very high-quality videos about MSX Konami games, Genesis action games, etc. Very high production values and excellent editing.
Dr. Sparkle doing summaries and reviews of every Famicom game made.
Similar to Chrontendo, but from a Japanese Youtuber / NicoNico uploader with a little higher production values and a little faster getting through games.
Same thing as above, but for Super Famicom games.
Pannenkoek2012 (mentioned here: >>2914875 ) does no A-button and 255 coin runs of Super Mario 64. This is much more complicated than it sounds. For example, in one video he has to run backwards for 25 hours to lower his speed enough to warp out of bounds to a parallel universe. If you like seeing people push the boundaries of video games, this channel is great.
Game Theory hasn't put out a good video in a while, but his older stuff (pre-FNAF shit) is pretty good. The more math-intensive stuff is sometimes incorrect (the Majora's moon video was especially wrong), but his videos on EarthBound and Polybius were excellent.
Exactly you people posting about ecelebs are ruining /vr/.
Do you really want this to become /v/?
In /v/ all they do is argue all the time about stupid shit and go completely off topic!
OP... YOU are making this become /v/ with your stupid post.
Hide and move on if you don't like it. The thread is not against the rules and no one else in here is causing any problems. You're not helping anyone on either side of the argument with these posts, you're just stirring up controversy.
Anyways, bumping with Matthewmatosis. Arguably not retro, but it's worth adding him here anyways. He does extremely in depth game reviews (30+ minutes) that are free of any bullshit. He has his opinions, but he always clearly states them instead of trying to pass them off as fact. Good if you like 3D Zelda and Mario.
SuperDeadite has some neat original hardware arcade PCB videos. Also some X68000 things but I don't know much about them.
ObsoleteGeek/robivy64 has similarly obscure real hardware videos.
Lukemorse1 has some interesting hardware and repair videos as well as game shopping in Japan videos.