None, kinda grew out of reviews around Dreamcast/PS2 era, maybe even late 32bit. Even at the time I dont actually think I used them for purchasing advice. That might explain why GB is the only "traditional" games website I visit(I go to a few others that just cover jrpgs and things that GB does not cover).
@71ranchero: just started getting into crimson guitars. My girlfriend though he was a white supremacist at first, and is now in love with him. Took all of 10 seconds of his voice for her to make a full turn around on him.
Because of the tatoos? Hah, they are kind of extreme but I never got white supremacist from them. He seems like a super nice guy, you can really tell that he has a passion for all aspects of his work.
Crimson Guitars - This started out as a guy in his shed building handmade guitars and now he has good sized shop with many luthiers and tool makers. Lots of tool reviews, guitar builds, and general woodworking techniques.
Techmoan - Techmoan reviews and discusses both bleeding edge and ancient outdated tech. Everything from long dead and obscure audio formats to the newest home theater and general gadgets. This is a great channel to follow if you are interested in seeing new old stock boomboxes and record players being compared to modern equipment.
My favorite content is endurance run style videos but more specifically when they are playing games that aren't AAA established franchises. I just dont get the same enjoyment from them playing Metal Gear as I do them playing a Persona, DP, or Shenmue style game.
I also like the more focused retro stuff. The Ranking of fighters, retro quicklooks, and the shows when Jeff brings in some old ass games console and just plows through the library.
Yearly reminder that the Bathurst 12 Hours is coming up in 30 days with the actual race starting on Sunday, February 6. They have confirmed they will be streaming the entire race again for free online again.