Below is a list of confirmed guests. More coming soon! Be sure to follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook for the latest announcements.
Two brothers who have been talking about video games and comic books on YouTube for almost 6 years, but to each other for a little bit longer than that. You might know us from our Nintendo Switch videos. Long Island’s own.
Vinny is the creator of the Vinesauce YouTube channel which is home to video game corruptions, showcases of awful games, disturbing Mario and Luigi cartoons, original characters, and bizarre game glitches. He also has a popular Twitch channel where his YouTube material comes from.
Leonard Herman, the Game Scholar, is the father of videogame history. His book Phoenix, now in its 4th edition, was the first comprehensive book about the history of videogames, when it was published in 1994. Now a columnist with Old School Gaming Magazine, Leonard has written articles for Electronic Gaming Monthly, Game Informer, Edge and many other magazines.
Since 2005, the CAGcast has been a pretty silly podcast about video games and the topics that affect gamers. Hosts CheapyD, Wombat, and Shipwreck talk industry news, review games, supply game shopping tips and generally share too much of our personal lives. Giving new meaning to “Talk is Cheap”, the CAGcast is the official Podcast of the video game shopping community, CheapAssGamer.com
Join Cheapy D, Shipwreck and Wombat for a live recording of the CAGcast at this years Long Island Retro Gaming Expo.
From Developer to YouTuber – If you’ve ever used emulators on the original Xbox, Xbox 360, Playstation 3 or even the Nintendo Switch, chances are you’ve experienced Modern Vintage Gamers work before. Modern Vintage Gamer has over 30 releases of emulators and home-brew across different console systems including the Nintendo 64 emulation on the Original Xbox – which many said couldn’t be done. His popular YouTube channel, launched in 2007, features stories of console hacking, trade secrets of the modding underground scene retrospectives on systems like the Original Xbox, Nintendo Wii, PlayStation 2/3 and the effect that the modding community has had on them.
My Life in Gaming was started by Coury Carlson and Marc “Try4ce” Duddleson in 2013 as an outlet for taking their professional experience in video production and creating projects that they could get excited about. After starting with channel with the “How to Beat” VHS-style series, My Life in Gaming has gone on to showcase unique retro games, interview industry figures, and more. My Life in Gaming’s most popular series is the “RGB Master Class,” which breaks down the complex topic of getting the best picture out of retro consoles into easy-to-understand episodes.
The Playable Characters Podcast returns to LI Retro! After last year’s groundbreaking show that critics are STILL talking about, where they interviewed Mega Man 1 Box Art Guy and 2 Dueling Pokemon Trainers, who will be joining them this year? Kratos? Lara Croft? That jerk Mario? Come to their live show to find out!
Jeremy Parish will be returning to the Long Island Retro Gaming Expo in 2019! The original classic gaming podcast continues its endless quest to explore the history of video games, one game at a time. From forgotten black-and-white arcade machines to modern-day remakes, Retronauts spans more than four decades of vintage gaming greatness!