So recently I have been thinking of making an internet show, while I've been at I've been watching some video game shows across the net (mostly youtube) and a few of them I think are pretty good.
Obviously Everyone has seen or heard of Angry Video Game Nerd and we have a thread in this section deicated to Pop Fiction on Gametrailers.
Anyway when I used to be on Racket Boy one show that got a lot of good feedback on there was Game Sack. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fnEvlPo-Xh8 It's an ok show, not brilliant but its watchable, basically the whole point of the show is to show off video games on various systems, if you are one of those people who are looking for new stuff to play but don't know what to get then this show might help.
Also one I discovered yesterday was The Game Chasers, at first I wasn't fond of the concept of a show where a bunch of nerds drive around everywhere buying video games but I actually like this show, the way it presents itself reminds me of something you would see on Bio or the History Channel. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZkO29cnvItU
Wasn't sure to make a new thread or not as it might die on its arse since I don't know how popular it is here, but Classic Game Room is ceasing to be.
At least he's continuing it part-time, so that's a little silver lining, but god damn I'm gonna miss hearing Mark's awesome voice on a daily basis. Must be 5 years now since I originally subbed. Seems like the nicest guy, I wish him the best with what he's going to be doing instead.
CGR are really great presentation with a lot of heart. I liked his enthusiasm about old games for £1 having more gameplay than any CoD game. Guy had a point and got me digging out some old games and trying to think more broadly at my collection whenever I feel like playing a game. What a shame.
I enjoy weatching Boogie2988 (fun stuff), Metal Jesus Rocks (retro gaming), Angry Joe (game reviews), snestastic (retro collecting), retrodave nintendo (retro collecting), Classic Game Room (retro gaming and best ever gaming review (CGR Undertow - Sonic Boom)), Jim Sterling (Jimquisition) and Pete Dorr (gaming knowledge).
Basically Mark can't afford to keep the show going (renting that space to hold all his games and machines costs a fortune!) and is only continuing it as something he does in his spare time as opposed to being his full time job.
Blame Let's Plays. That's all people want to watch anymore.