While I didn't plan to do this around election season, you bet I am going to make a lot of jokes about that. I think most of us would prefer Eric for President, but realistically his domain will probably remain in the VR space, which is quite alright. Eric has been making videos for a little over 2 years, and while that's not a long time, especially when getting going on a YouTube channel, he's found quite a bit of success in a short amount of time.
What started as a guy playing games in VR turned into something more. Whether it be his enthusiastic reactions, or his sometimes-horribly-and-sometimes-not thumbnail photoshop jobs, there is something endearing about Eric, maybe so much so that I'll pencil him in come November 5.
So what can you expect from one of Eric's videos? Well, he too partakes in the ever popular sit-in-front-of-a-computer-and-talk-about-stuff format, but he also plays games, reviews all sorts of experiences/mods/accessories, and reports on the occasional news story. In fact, over the past year or so, reporting the news has been one of his main focuses. He, like many others, primarily focuses on Oculus products, which now means the Quest line.
As you can see, he doesn't just talk, but he also includes game clips, screenshots, and first hand accounts on a lot of what he's talking about. His videos are structured as sort of a quick digest of various stories, all packed into a quick, sub-10 minute video. He hasn't abandoned gameplay though! He continues streaming, showing off games, and generally being a fan of the industry.
If you want to get a quick run-through of news throughout the week in video format, he's your guy, and if you want to watch someone who knows a lot about VR talk about VR, play VR, and review VR, he's also your guy. Thanks for reading, and be sure to check him out on Twitter and YouTube, and give him a vote.