Streamer of retro & indie games. I love discovering new things that are old, or vice versa.
Most of my streams focus on a main game from my "to-do" list which is several hundred games long and includes many retro and indie titles. By the time I get around to a newer game, it'll probably already be retro.
Once a week I check out new-ish indie games, playing them until I realize they're terrible or for at least an hour if they're not. Some of these games end up on my to-do list.
I also do speed runs once a week, although the only game I'm any good at is Ristar.
I'm a game composer, sound designer, and developer. My work has a strong influence from retro and indie titles. I've been gaming since I could hold a controller, and have no plans to stop.
I first got into Twitch streaming to showcase development during a game jam and show people my audio work, but it was way more fun to play games on stream, so I shifted toward that focus. I figured if I'm going to play games anyway, I may as well share them with others. Interaction with chat is the main reason I stream because I love talking to new people and learning from them.
Since I focus on retro and indie games, I hope to share a new experience with a player who otherwise wouldn't find the semi-obscure and/or old games that I play. The modern world is filled with games and sometimes it's hard to pick out the good from the bad. I also hope to discover new perspectives from viewers, new ways to think about gaming that can help in my music composition and game development.
Ristar is probably my favorite. Sonic 3 & Knuckles, Mega Man X4, Shadow Hearts: Covenant, and Hitman: Blood Money are pretty close behind. I could go on for pages about all the games that I love, but the most important thing to me is a strong experience which piques my interest and makes me feel empowered. I love the discovery of new gameplay, worlds, and ideas that only games can provide through challenges and unlockable content.