YouTube Channel

Every Monday and Friday at 9:15PM Eastern time, I broadcast video games on YouTube... but while playing games, I also talk about internet culture, and the interesting technical and social things I've stumbled across this week.

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Latest Review: Rocket League

  • Genre: Sports
  • Platform: Modern PC

When I started watching Rocket League on YouTube Gaming, I noted to myself and others that Rocket League was one of the games out there -- like Splatoon -- that seemed extremely difficult to encode.

After purchasing the game -- I stand by this. Read the full review.

Retro Squad

I'm a member of a collection of YouTube retro live streamers. Together, we form the retro squad, streaming retro games every day of the week. Check out this page to find some awesome new retro gamers to watch.

Games

Get direct access to a list of games I've played, with links to videos, and details about the games!

In total, I have played 264 games, spanning streams on 158 different days across 22 genres on 17 platforms.

Patreon

Patreon supporters get a behind the scenes look at what goes into the YouTube channel and more.

Thanks so much for the support from: Stingray Gaming, Oni Sorasousha, Bald and Bearded, Gastlichu, iopred, icki with a v, Paacreek, CrisGC8, Cronodox CC Gaming, PirateKIN, Missiledine Online, Colin McMillen, The Art Sherpa, Mattso Gaming, SnapClickKat!

Discord

Discord is my home away from YouTube. A shared chat room for members of the community, this is the best place to catch up about gaming, politics, software development, and more. Hang out here for notifications of livestreams, videos, and to chat with other folks who are part of the community.

Social Media

Keep up with social commentary with Twitter and Facebook. Twitter is good for short quips and back and forths, while Facebook contains elaborations, comments, and also notice of upcoming events!

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