Pat the NES Punk
Pat Contri is a game historian, collector, and online content producer best known for Pat the NES Punk, Flea Market Madness, and The Video Game Years. He is the executive producer of Not for Resale: A Video Game Store Documentary and has authored two books: Ultimate Nintendo: Guide to the NES Library and Ultimate Nintendo: Guide to the SNES Library.
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.
Alex Faciane is a surprisingly old and funny video game YouTuber who ran a Pokemon channel for five years called The Dex, is the director and a founding member of the Let’s Play channel Super Beard Bros with Jirard Khalil and Brett Bayonne, and also he’s on Scary Game Squad with Jesse Cox. Also he’s written for shows like Smosh, The Completionist, and Game Theory. Oh also, he’s a pretty successful podcaster, with shows like Chilluminati, Non-Prophets, and The New 52 and You under his belt. And oh yeah, he was also the writer of a game called Wunderling for the Nintendo Switch, and secretly he’s writing a couple more, too. Come say hi, or ask him where to go eat tonight. He won’t let you down.
NESComplex (Chris Woodside)
Educator, Historian, and YouTuber
Chris is the writer and editor of the “Declassified” YouTube series as well as numerous dry-witted, nostalgia-packed retrospectives about the golden age of gaming. As a teacher with a BA in History and an MA signed by Arnold Schwarzenegger, Chris blends his passion for history with his love of games to craft documentary style videos about the most popular games of the past!
The Pixel Game Squad
The Pixel Game Squad had been hunting all things retro long before it was cool to do. The squad finds the rare and odd items most are unwilling to dig and get dirty for, as cool as these items are, the squad takes pride in their journeys. The fun is all in the hunt according to the crew. The Pixel Game Squad is made up of Riff and Ricky (the roots of the show and still going strong) and has since expanding to Gabbo, NesComplex and Mikey.