Mariel Cartwright ( https://twitter.com/kinucakes ) Artist/Leader Animator on Skullgirls. Posts lots of sketches and work-in-progress.
Jenova Chen ( https://twitter.com/JenovaChen ) - Founder of thatgamecompany, makers of Journey, Flower and Flow
Paul Robertson ( https://twitter.com/probzz ) - Renowned pixel artist and animator; worked on Scott Pilgrim The Game and Mercenary Kings, along with tons of Game Boy Advance titles. Posts a lot of personal artwork and work-in-progress stuff from games.
Edmund McMillenn ( https://twitter.com/EdmundMcMillenn ) - Maker of Super Meat Boy and The Binding of Isaac, among other things
Tim Schafer ( https://twitter.com/TimOfLegend ) - Founder of Double Fine Games (Psychonauts, Brutal Legend, Broken Age) and former Lucas Arts employee (Grim Fandango, Full Throttle)
Seanbaby ( https://twitter.com/Seanbabydotcom ) - Former EGM writer, former host of Broken Pixels, maker of Calulords, all-round funny guy
Hideo Kojima ( https://twitter.com/HIDEO_KOJIMA_EN ) - Maker of Metal Gear, Zone of the Enders and Snatcher. Posts tons of stuff about movies (not surprising) and food, along with some Metal Gear Solid cosplay.
I also follow various speedrunners and people from the fighting game community. Who do you follow?
The Retronauts podcast is a mainstay of mine. So good.
weallmissedme-Strongly disagree, love the Nerd and can't wait to see his movie this year, I also love people like those in the Chaos Theatre on Youtube(I.E. Rabbidluigi, Joshscorcher) and Caddicarus.
Never really liked Seanbaby much honestly, I just find him aggressively unfunny(his Cracked articles are subpar to say the least) and never thought he was much of a reviewer.
Caddy and Jontron are some of my favorite YouTubers right now. It's always good to see someone doing something different with reviews like they are.
I imagine he makes a lot less than some other Youtubers, such as the abysmal Pewdiepie and the barrel-scraping Game Grumps. The fact that he has been providing free entertainment to his viewers for many years means that it seems rather unfair to begrudge him some assistance for the movie.
Anyway, I consider Game Sack to be the best Youtube gaming channel by a huge distance.
He makes money off YouTube ads, website ads, stuff with SpikeTV, ScrewAttack, merchandise, etc. If he can't finance a movie himself, then he's just an irresponsible spender.
"Free entertainment" - just because you don't have to pay to see it doesn't mean there isn't a cost.