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Adventures in video game modding and general tomfoolery, as presented by darling hostess Melly! With a focus on fighting games and penchant for professional wrestling titles, you can expect to see dream matches come true on a daily basis, as well as the manic mashup matches you never knew you needed to see.
Morgan is a Brazilian-born illustrator with a passion for retro games, and the desire to discuss the finer points of classic game design. You can expect praising-yet-pointed analysis of franchises spanning across all genres, though her love for the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise makes it something like a staple subject in her works.
Nik Clay is a video editor, musician, podcaster and writer living in California. Her work focuses on niche and underrated titles, bringing light to games that are often overlooked, as well as the intersection of games and queerness. For her YouTube channel, she posts her video essays, let's plays, and music videos. She also produces a podcast called Objectively Good serving as an extension of her work in games writing, as well as co-running the music label Pop Spirit where she releases her and her friends' music.
Danny and Alex - AKA the Retro Pals - enjoy sharing weird video games, ranking mascot platformers, and the Sega CD. They stream every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday on Twitch. They are also currently producing a chronogaming series, entitled "PlayStation Year One. Their streams and videos are supported by viewers like you. Yes, YOU! If you want to vote on their streams and see new episodes early, check them out on Patreon!
Alice is a retro speedrunner by trade, but a oddity variety streamer at heart. They are a top runner of Jackal on the NES, and have shown off everything from as modern as the PS3 to as old as the TRS-80 Tandy Color Computer. Between casual suggestion-based streams, showcases, speedruns, and chat-focused events, there's always something happening for you to join in on.
B.J. Brown's You Found a Secret Area is a blog all about the obscure, the odd, the unknown, and other miscellanea in the world of video games. Expect regular wading into the depths of the budget games market, with a particular penchant for forgotten first-person shooters.