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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.

MC Lars has been performing for over twenty years, and has built a fanbase across the US, the UK and the rest of Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and Japan. In addition to touring, he has performed at Carnegie Hall, South by Southwest, San Diego Comic-Con, Slam Dunk, Truck Festival and as part of the VANS Warped Tour. He has performed on stage with numerous artists, including Bowling for Soup, MC Frontalot, Wheatus, Say Anything, Gym Class Heroes, Simple Plan, T-Pain, Snoop Dogg, Nas, and Koo Koo Kanga Roo. His work includes collabs with a wide range of musicians – among them, "Weird Al" Yankovic, KRS-One, Sage Francis, Watsky, Mega Ran, Jaret Reddick of Bowling for Soup, Wheatus, the Matches, Kool Keith, Spose, MC Frontalot, YT Cracker, Schäffer the Dark Lord, Beefy and K.Flay. He has been featured on CNN, NPR, and MTV and has been profiled in Rolling Stone, SPIN, and Alternative Press.

 

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!

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.

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.

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.

Brian F Colin is an experienced Game Designer, Artist, and Animator with over 90 video game titles to his credit.... including the creation of some of the most-popular, highest-earning & best-selling titles in video game history! He has worked over 4 decades in the industry, (and 34 years as CEO of Game Refuge Inc.), and has been inducted into the International Video Game Hall of Fame. Some of his better-known games include: RAMPAGE, RAMPAGE WORLD TOUR, XENOPHOBE, ARCH RIVALS, PIGSKIN 621 AD, GENERAL CHAOS, STAR TREK VOYAGER: The Arcade Game, & DEATHSTALKER: The Spectre Files.

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David Humphrey is an American actor/comedian who is known for being the original voice of Shadow the Hedgehog in the Sonic the Hedgehog video game series in the early 2000s. He voiced the Character in Sonic Adventure 2, Sonic Heroes, Sonic Battle, and Sega Superstars. He also voiced Jack Keane in the point-and-click adventure game “Jack Keane”.

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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Scott Dreier is the voice of Knuckles the Echidna in the Sonic the Hedgehog Sega video game series voicing Knuckles in Sonic Adventure 2, Sonic Heroes, Sonic Battle, & Sonic Advance 3. Other characters that he has voiced are Kai in Iron Phoenix, Constable Nathan Birch & Seaman Gene Henson in Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth, Jared in Spellforce 2: Shadow Wars, Ben & Paco in Runaway: The Dream of the Turtle, Lawrence in Jack Keane, and his voice work can be heard in Escape from Paradise City, and PAIN.
     In addition to his voice-over work, Scott’s career includes television, recording artist, and theater. Some of his favorite on-screen roles include Harold the Herald on Disney Channel’s The Suite Life on Deck, iCarly, The First Family, Coop and Cami Ask the World, and ABC’s The Rookie.
      Scott has recorded two albums and has been a featured vocalist for Pasadena Symphony and Pops and has sung back up for Barbra Streisand.

Mega Ran is an American underground nerdcore rapper, chiptune DJ, author and record producer. He has had music featured in video games including Mighty No.9, Crypt of the Necrodancer, Mortal Kombat 11, Mortal Kombat 1, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder's Revenge, River City Girls 2, and Yellow Taxi Goes Vroom.
       A former middle school teacher, Mega Ran blends education, hip-hop, video games, and pop culture in amazing new ways, penetrating the farthest reaches of the galaxy with his unique rhyme style and electric performances. Ran’s music has been shared on stages across the world, on television (ABC/NBC News, ESPN, Portlandia, Tosh.O, WWE Wrestling) and on Billboard, where four of his albums have placed on the Top 200 list. His musical resume boasts collaborations with legends like Del The Funky Homosapien, MURS, Kool Keith, and Young RJ of the group Slum Village.
   Today, Mega Ran is no longer a teacher by title, but maintains a rigorous touring and recording schedule, traveling the world playing rap shows, DJing and striving to entertain and educate at the same time.

Gary Anthony Williams is an American actor, comedian and filmmaker whose career has spawned over 3 decades! His video game credits include Charles Saracino & Elanos Haliat in Mass Effect, Yancy Westridge in Alpha Protocol, Mongul in Batman: The Brave & the Bold – The Videogame, General Horace Warfield in StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty and in the Heart of the Swarm DLC, Dr. Richard Tygan in XCOM 2 and in the War of the Chosen DLC, Burgrend in Horizon Zero Dawn and in the Frozen Wilds DLC, and his voice work can be heard in Britney's Dance Beat, Star Trek: Starfleet Command III, Evil Dead: A Fistful of Boomstick, Yakuza, ATV Offroad Fury 4, Halo Wars, and Infamous.
     An accomplished voice actor, Williams is best known for voicing Uncle Ruckus on The Boondocks. His additional voiceover credits include Disney Channel's Marvel's Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur (based on Marvel's hit comic books), Oddballs, Hailey’s On it, The Lion Guard, Star Wars Resistance, Star vs. The Forces of Evil, Puppy Dog Pals, Love Death & Robots, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Batman: The Brave & the Bold, Bob's Burgers, Rick & Morty, Family Guy, American Dad! and Rugrats.
     Williams' film credits include Block Party, The Internship, Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle, Undercover Brother, Soul Plane, The Factory, and portraying "Bebop"  in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows.
     On television, Williams starred in the sitcom The Crew, Reno 911! The Hunt for QAnon, and as “Santa” in the Disney Channel Original Movie “Christmas Again”. His additional television credits include Night Court, I'm Sorry, Boston Legal, Blue Collar TV, The Neighborhood, How I Met Your Mother, Whose Line is it Anyway?, The Soul Man, Raising Hope, Malcolm in the Middle and Weeds. He is also the voice of the award-winning music show “Unsung”.

Nintendrew is a video game collector, indie developer, and YouTuber with a passion for strange and obscure corners of Nintendo history, the ups and downs of the retro game market, and DIY/how-to projects. With a professional background in game development, he has also published his cross-platform title, C.A.R.L., as a love letter to the classic games he grew up with. Keep an eye out for the Mario suit – you can’t miss it!

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.