Temps are ramping up here in Georgia and before long I'll be heading to our cabin in the North GA mountains to escape the ridiculous heat and humidity. Our cabin doesn't have internet so what I did last year was download a bunch of videos off YouTube to watch while I'm up there (Pretty much every week) This may have been asked before, but I'm sure opinion change, and there are always new channels popping up. Basically just looking for other AA members favorite classic gaming channels. I also download other YT videos like bad movie reviews and board game reviews but classic gaming are my favorite.
I'll list a few of mine, most of which I've watched and rewatched their content!
Metal Jesus: https://www.youtube.com/user/MetalJesusRocks
I love MJ's videos, lots of various topics, top 10, hidden gems, game reviews and lots of cool friends who help out (some of which are easy on the eyes) This channel is great in that you never know what to expect. Could be showing off stuff found in the wild, could be a contest to see who can buy the coolest cheap game, could be cooking a pizza with a waffle iron! He's been an AA member for years and is a great contributor to the community.
Tome of Infinity (Formally Classic Game Room) https://www.youtube.com/user/InecomCompany/featured
This guy always reminded me of Lowell on the old TV show Wings. He hasn't really made any new content for awhile, but his archive is HUGE and includes such a variety of interesting classic systems that most people ignore. Super fun channel and he has a dry sense of humor that makes me giggle.
Another cool AA member, he lives here in GA, and we've hung out on more than one occasion. Distance keeps us from doing that much these days, but I see him often on YouTube. One of my fav Metal Jesus episode was when he reviews a few plug & plays. breakpack takes that a step further and reviews lots and lots of plug & plays. Again, this is interesting stuff as I've seen a lot of P&Ps over the years, but often had no clue what games were on there. Now I know and have a few myself.
Those are my main go to channels these days, looking for some new ones since I spent all last summer going through their archived shows. Thanks! Remember your opinion counts.