Heather Gonzalez has been voice acting for the past decade, working in anime, video games, cartoons, and more. 2023 has been a very busy year for Heather as she has most recently voiced Yukari Takeba in Persona 3 Reload, Laura S. Arseid in The Legend of Heroes: Trails into Reverie, Scruut and Cindieth in The Elder Scrolls Online: Necrom, Anisse in Fire Emblem: Engage, Mineru in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, Cocolia Rand in Honkai: Star Rail, Malaya in Octopath Traveler II, and her voice work can be heard in Diablo IV and Master Detective Archives: Rain Code.

    Her previous video game voice acting credits include Minoto in Monster Hunter Rise, Laura S. Arseid in The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel IV, Elincia and Cherche in Fire Emblem Heroes, Cynthia Rodriguez in Aliens: Fireteam Elite, Dragonette Betty La Bomba in Paladins: Champions of the Realm, Midnight Glamour Neith and Wildstyle Pele in SMITE, Liberty in Dark Deity, Zoe in Override 2: Super Mech League, Kristos in Arcadegeddon, Mannon in Phantasy Star Online 2 New Genesis, and her voice work can be heard in Pokémon Masters, Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin, and Fallout 76: Expeditions - The Pitt DLC.
   Heather’s cartoon and anime voice work credits include Zuki in Pokemon Evolutions, Peonia in Pokemon: Twilight Wings, Gloria Costello in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean, Ayano Kobayashi in Kotaro Lives Alone, Shiida in Welcome to Demon School Iruma-kun, Hayo Nukui in Dropout Idol Fruit Tart, Ibuki Nijima in D4DJ First Mix, Hajime Nakama in Maesetsu! Opening Act, Kaori Takanashi in Talentless Nana, Dahlia Lvov in AMAIM Warrior at the Borderline, Alicia in Battle Athletes Victory ReSTART!, Kumi Yamagumonoko in Kemono Jihen, Miharu in LBX Girls, Nanao Inusaka in ORIENT, and Brianna Dulce in Rainbow High.

Rectwizard, an up and coming YouTube personality, has been a gamer and collector for most of his life. Formerly a Twitch streamer, he made the jump over to YouTube and has been rising quickly as he produces quality retro gaming content, podcasts, and even current gaming content on YouTube, TikTok, and other social media platforms. He's a passionate retro collector who is genuinely interested in game preservation as he enjoys playing the titles of the past; even as he keeps one eye on the direction gaming is going today.

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Got Item! is a Sacramento-based metal musician driven by a deep love and admiration for all things video games and is what you get when you cross Myspace-era metal core music with Super Mario Brothers! Got Item! has been releasing tracks and performing since 2015. His style (commonly referred to as "nintendocore") is beautifully aggressive, brutally melodic, and not for the faint of heart.

Lisa Ortiz is a veteran voice actor, director and producer whose career in voice acting has spanned over a decade and includes dozens of animated series, films, video games, audiobooks, commercials and other voice work. She is most well known for her work on Pokémon and Yu-Gi-Oh, her role as Lina Inverse in the Slayers series (1995 - 2009), and Amy Rose in the English dub of Sonic X (2003 - 2006) as well as in 12 different Sonic the Hedgehog video games from 2005 to 2010. She began her voice over career as the high elf Deedlit in Record of Lodoss War. Since then her voice has been heard internationally on Disney XD, SciFi, Cartoon Network, WB, Nickelodeon and Netflix amongst others.
   Lisa has been a part of the Pokémon animated series and movies since 1998 and is the current voice director for the English-language dub of the Pokémon anime. Lisa has voiced over 100 different characters on the show! Her most notable roles include Daisy, Sabrina, Flannery, Korrina, Mars, Liza, Aya, Lisa, Oakley, Rebecca, Ash's Oshawott, Ash's Fletchling and Fletchinder, Ash's Litten and Torracat‎, Ash's Poipole and Naganadel, Ash's Totodile, Burgundy's Dewott, Cameron's Samurott, Aria's Aromatisse, Valerie's Spritzee, and Team Rocket's Rotom Phone.
   Lisa started voicing characters for the Yu-Gi-Oh franchise in 2001 and was a part of the franchise for 10 years. Her first major role in Yu-Gi-Oh was as Serenity Wheeler. She also portrays Cinderella and Injection Fairy Lily in the same series and Toon Gemini Elf in the Pyramid of Light Movie. She has a number of roles in Yu-Gi-Oh GX, providing the voices for Mindy, Yasmin, Linda, Elemental Hero Burstinatrix, Claret, Ms. Dorothy and Maiden in Love. She provides the voices for Barbara, Patty, and Claire in Yu-Gi-Oh 5D’s and provides the voice of Lotus Hanazoe in Yu-Gi-Oh ZEXAL.
   Lisa has also voiced many characters in over 100 animated films and television shows. Some of her other more notable works include Anna in Berserk: The Golden Age, Tao Jun in Shaman King, Natarle Badgiruel in Mobile Suit Gundam SEED, Michelle Aznable in Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin, Musa and Icy in Winx Club, Tony Tony Chopper in One Piece, Burnin / Moe Kamiji in My Hero Academia, Ai Aino in Aria The Animation, Mion in Battle Game in 5 Seconds, Teacher Robot in Heavenly Delusion, Kimiko Higuchi in Gunbuster: Aim for the Top, Eluza in Gall Force: Eternal Story, Rina in Time of Eve, Maetel in Galaxy Express 999: Eternal Fantasy, and Sunny in One Piece Film: Red.
   Besides all her work as Amy Rose in the sonic franchise, she has voiced many characters in video games including Ether and Dolla in Goddess of Victory: Nikke, Oshawott and Fletching in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U / Nintendo 3DS, Baroness in Pathfinder: Kingmaker, Sw1ft in Modern Combat Versus, Eremiya in Fire Emblem Heroes, Berling in Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes, Noembelu in Street Fighter V, World Tour Citizens in Street Fighter 6, Divine Dragon Bellona and Izanami in SMITE, Tony Tony Chopper in One Piece: Pirates Carnival and One Piece: Grand Adventure and One Piece: Grand Battle, Musa and Icy in Winx Club: The Game, Jun Tao in Shaman King: Master of Spirits and Shaman King: Power of Spirit, Cynthia Velasquez in Silent Hill 4: The Room, Sabrina in Pokemon Puzzle League, and her voice work can be heard in, WWE 2K22, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Dragon Mania Legends.

Jon St. John is one of the first videogame voice actors and has voiced characters in over 90 different games. He is best known as the voice behind the famous bad-ass DUKE NUKEM and has voiced him in every Duke Nukem game. He has also voiced characters in games such as: Big the Cat in Sonic Adventure, Knut Whitebear in Guild Wars 2, Chancellor J'mpok in Star Trek: Online, Dr. Rosenberg in Half-Life, Dusty in Rad Rodgers, Jack Boyd in This is the Police, Michael Ford in Conduit 2, Dr. Jadus Heskel in Ion Fury, and as the new voice of the Dude in POSTAL 4: No Regerts. Jon has developed a notable fan base in the eSports community as lead characters in two of the top tournament games worldwide voicing Axe, Bloodseeker, Enigma, & Kunkka in DOTA2 and voicing The Commander in Counterstrike: GO. As the voice of theme park characters, and literally thousands of TV and radio ad campaigns over the years, Jon is one of the most versatile, yet unrecognized voice artists working today. Jon St. John is also now a team member of the very first indie game developer - Apogee, as the Spokesman for the company. You can see his weekly “Apogee Now” gamer updates on each of Apogees social media platforms. An honored guest at gaming conventions around the world, Jon St. John is one actor who really enjoys meeting his fans…and it shows in his interactions with them.

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A.J. Kirsch is a host, MC, announcer, and commentator for live and televised events of all varieties; and an actor in movies, commercials, video games and television shows. A.J. began his career as a pro wrestler competing in the ring. His career has included such highlights as winning Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's "Rock the Promo" competition, making top four in season 5 of the reality show “WWE Tough Enough", wrestling on WWE and AEW TV, and getting back in the ring as an announcer for boxing matches, MMA events, and pro wrestling shows, including Oakland's underground wrestling phenomenon Hoodslam. He was also the Philadelphia Eagles stage host for Super Bowl LVII in 2023. A.J. voiced & Mo-capped “Buzz”, the main character in the “My Career” mode of WWE2K19 & his voice can also be heard in WWE2K20 & Mafia: Definitive Edition.

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Ryan Drummond is an American actor and performer, who is best known for his role as the original English voice of Sonic in the Sonic the Hedgehog video game franchise from 1998 to 2004.
     In 1997, Drummond got his first television acting role as DJ Johnny Jam in an episode of the television drama series Baywatch. He would later appear in several other television shows, such as Two Guys a Girl and a Pizza Place, The Chronicle, The Invisible Man, Veronica Mars, Point Pleasant, Trauma, and Dual Suspects. In film, he made his feature film debut in the 2000 teen cheerleading comedy film, Bring It On as Theatre Boy.
     As a voice actor, he has provided many character voices in various video games. In 1998, he became the voice of Sonic the Hedgehog in the video game series for SEGA, and he continued to voice the character for six more years until 2004. The video games include Sonic Adventure, Sonic Adventure 2, Sonic Heroes, Sonic Shuffle, Sonic Battle and Sonic Advance 3. He also voiced Knuckles the Echidna in Sonic Shuffle and Metal Sonic in Sonic Heroes and has also briefly filled in for David Humphrey as Shadow the Hedgehog's voice in Sonic Adventure 2.
     Additionally, he also voiced Eliot Ballade in Blue Stinger, Insider in AirBlade, Bill Bardi in The Godfather II, J. Edgar Hoover and various other characters in Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth, Kevin Kertsman in Illbleed, Rick Arlen in Nancy Drew: Stay Tuned For danger, Pizza Boy in Twisted Metal 4, Sheldon in The Three Decoders 1 & 2, The Merchant in Evil Dead: Hail to the King, Jonathan Carnahan in The Mummy, Multiple Characters in Backyard Baseball Football and Soccer,  Michael Kwain in Spy Fiction, Carter in Cold War, and he has recently voiced the Doctor character in Mafia: Definitive Edition, where he also did the motion-capture. His voice work can also be heard in Danger Girl, Undying, NASCAR Racing 2002 Season, Chrome, Rogue Ops, Duel Masters, Gangland, Scared Rings, and Guitar Hero: Van Halen.

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Greg Peters is a 4 time Emmy Award winning professional character animator with nearly 25 years’ experience in the industry with Hanna-Barbera, SEGA of America, Warner Brothers, Walt Disney Animation and more! In 1990 Greg graduated from the prestigious California Institute of the Arts in Valencia, CA with a BFA degree in Character Animation. He has a long list of high credentials beginning with Hanna-Barbera Productions. While there, he worked on such shows as “Tom and Jerry Kids”, “The Adventures of Don Coyote “, “Fish Police” as well as doing animation on commercials featuring “The Jetsons” and “The Flintstones”. After animating TV bumpers for the FOX network, he landed an animation position on the feature film “Cool World”. Next, he was off to a Character design position on the popular “Rugrats” TV series. This was followed by being employed by video game giant Sega of America where he animated on various video games like Disney’s “Bonkers”, “Garfield: Caught in the Act”, “Sonic the Hedgehog 3”, “Sonic Spinball” and various others. Also, while at Sega he worked on the “Sonic the Hedgehog” animated cartoon. Next it was off to Walt Disney Animation where he worked as a Character Layout Artist on “The Lion King -Timon and Pumbaa” and as a Storyboard artist on “Mickey’s Mouseworks”, “Mickey’s House of Mouse” and more. Greg also worked freelance for Warner Brothers on “Tazmania” before moving in house as a character designer on the Emmy award winning series ”Animaniacs” and “Pinky and the Brain”. While there he also worked on “Baby Looney Tunes”. Also notable is his work at Sony/Imageworks where he worked as a Character Designer on the Dilbert TV series. Currently he is working on a variety of projects including being the illustrator on an upcoming comic book series as well as a children’s book and more. Greg believes that his versatility of being able to draw in several different styles is the number one reason for his success.

Stephen Frost is a video game professional with more than 20 years of industry experience in video game development & journalism. Stephen has produced many games over the years including The Making of Karateka, TMNT: The Cowabunga Collection, Atari 50: The Anniversary Celebration, Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection, Yu-Gi-Oh Legacy of the Duelist: Link Evolution, Disney Classic Games: Aladdin & The Lion King, Blizzard Arcade Collection, Space Jam: A New Legacy, Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric, Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal, Thor: God of Thunder, Iron Man 2, The Incredible Hulk, and Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath. With positions ranging from Producer, Game Designer, and Project Manager; Stephen Frost has worked at PSM: PlayStation Magazine, Sierra/Dynamix, Electronic Arts, Activision, SEGA of America, and is currently working for Digital Eclipse.

Tofer.A has been playing games and collecting his entire life.  As a child of the 80s, he grew up obsessed with video games and arcade machines, and enjoys showing his love for them on Instagram, TikTok, & his YouTube channel; where he likes to specialize in obscure video game history. He loves doing live card pack rippings of all kinds with his two boys, but mostly focuses on Garbage Pail kids and Pokemon. His channel consists of many videos ranging from video game facts and history, TCGs, and gardening; and he uploads new content every day!

Joey Ferris is a content creator currently working for the popular YouTube channel GameXplain where he makes in-depth videos and analyses on Nintendo games, specializing in the likes of Metroid and Zelda. In the past, he's worked with the YouTube Channel Commonwealth Realm and wrote for websites Nuke the Fridge and Nerd Reactor. WARNING: If you bring up Metroid around him, he WILL talk to you about it for hours.

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Chris Graue is a well-known music video director in SoCal’s ska-punk-pop scene. When he’s not repairing Gameboys on Twitch, he’s filming official music videos for NOFX, Reel Big Fish, Frank Turner, Goldfinger, The Bombpops, Suburban Legends, We Are the Union, Red City Radio, Scott Klopfenstein, and many more! Chris has recently exploded onto the music scene with “Lo(u)ser”, music with a digitally potent pop sound laced with ska beats and lo-fi chiptune blips. His song "No Hope" (featuring a reunion of Aaron Barrett and Scott Klopfenstein of Reel Big Fish) was in Kevin Smith's movie Clerks III, and he recently had a viral hit Luigi vs Waluigi music video “Me vs Me” on YouTube. When listening to Lo(u)ser, there is no princess needing rescue from another castle, there are no hidden chests to bomb into existence behind crumbled walls, Just a bucket of Red Vines next to a Sega Genesis where you play your youthful years away until you molt into your final man-child form.

Stephan Reese is a 20-Year Video Game Industry Veteran who is a former Senior Producer at 2K Games where he worked on The Quarry. Stephan has also worked on over 50 different games while working at Disney Interactive Studios, Electronic Arts, & THQ. Stephan's passion for gaming and preservation led to his founding of the Interactive Art Collection, a non-profit organization dedicated to sharing original art and historical materials from the video game industry. Its premier exhibit, Art of Nintendo Power, features loads of original artwork and sculptures commissioned for use in Nintendo's legendary monthly magazine that dates back to 1988.

Jason Griffith is known for his voice over work for NYAV Post, 4Kids Entertainment and DuArt Film and Video. He is best known as the voice of Sonic the Hedgehog and Shadow the Hedgehog in the English dub of Sonic X (2003–2006), as well as Sonic, Shadow, and Jet the Hawk in 17 Sonic the Hedgehog video games from 2005 to 2010. Jason voiced Sonic for a total of seven years (between the anime and video games) and then continued to voice Sonic for 4Kids Entertainment promotions until 2014.

    Jason has been providing voices for the Pokémon animated series since 2003 and is still currently voicing characters for the franchise. His most significant role is providing the voice of Cilan. He has also provided the voices of Looker, Brawly, Marcus, Sir Aaron, and many other characters in the series.
   Jason started voicing characters for the Yu-Gi-Oh franchise in 2005 and was a major part of the franchise for 12 years. His first major role in Yu-Gi-Oh was portraying Atticus Rhodes in Yu-Gi-Oh GX. He also portrays Nightshroud, Osamu and Harrington Rosewood in the same series. He has a number of notable roles in Yu-Gi-Oh 5D's, providing the voices for Bruno/Vizor, Primo, and Aporia. He also provides the voices for Taka, Shira and Ghost. He provides the voices for Caswell Francis and Nistro in Yu-Gi-Oh ZEXAL and provides the voice of Reed Pepper and Iggy Arlo in Yu-Gi-Oh ARC-V.
   Jason has also voiced many characters in various animated films and television shows, including Tom Majors in Chaotic, Miyamoto Usagi in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, 1984 Mirage Leonardo in Turtles Forever, and Usopp in One Piece. Besides all his work in the sonic franchise, he has voiced many characters in video games including Neverwinter Nights 2, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Alone in the Dark, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Smash-Up, Reservoir Dogs 2, Batman: The Dark Knight Rises, Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links, White Day: A Labyrinth Named School, the Artful Escape, Elex II, Neon White, Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty, PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond, God of War: Ragnarök, & Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II.