Leepsilon is creating Video Game Documentaries + Underrated Anime Videos
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I make video game documentaries about franchises I enjoy and grew up with (mainly PlayStation and early PC games) as well as videos about underrated, obscure and niche anime I really like that don’t get the love and attention they deserve.


The Story of Rayman is the first in a new series of video game documentaries I've been working on. This particular video took approximately 3 months to complete and is by far the longest video I've ever made (clocking in at over 40 minutes!) It details the history of the Rayman franchise from its early beginnings to its most recent outing and everything else in between. I'd like to be able to make more documentaries like this in the future but they're an enormous undertaking (not to mention a huge strain on my poor 5+ year old PC that could definitely use a RAM upgrade...Ahem) so if you appreciate all of the effort that went into making this video, and would like to see more videos like this in the future, then chipping in a buck or two would be really appreciated!


I've watched a lot of anime and some of my all-time favourites also happen to be anime that nobody really knows about. For this reason, I decided to start a video series where I talk (or rather gush) about these anime - highlighting specific parts that caught my interest or feel are worth diving deeper into. These videos aren't intended as reviews per say but I suppose they're the closest thing to them. It's less about me critically analysing every aspect of an anime and more so just talking about what I enjoyed about them. Feel free to check out the video above to get a better idea of what I mean.

If you’d like to help support me on this journey, then feel free to chip in $1 a month (or more if you're so inclined). A single dollar grants you complete access to my Patreon feed and behind the scenes.
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You’re free to contribute more if you like but you won't receive anything extra for doing so (...yet)

I make video game documentaries about franchises I enjoy and grew up with (mainly PlayStation and early PC games) as well as videos about underrated, obscure and niche anime I really like that don’t get the love and attention they deserve.


The Story of Rayman is the first in a new series of video game documentaries I've been working on. This particular video took approximately 3 months to complete and is by far the longest video I've ever made (clocking in at over 40 minutes!) It details the history of the Rayman franchise from its early beginnings to its most recent outing and everything else in between. I'd like to be able to make more documentaries like this in the future but they're an enormous undertaking (not to mention a huge strain on my poor 5+ year old PC that could definitely use a RAM upgrade...Ahem) so if you appreciate all of the effort that went into making this video, and would like to see more videos like this in the future, then chipping in a buck or two would be really appreciated!


I've watched a lot of anime and some of my all-time favourites also happen to be anime that nobody really knows about. For this reason, I decided to start a video series where I talk (or rather gush) about these anime - highlighting specific parts that caught my interest or feel are worth diving deeper into. These videos aren't intended as reviews per say but I suppose they're the closest thing to them. It's less about me critically analysing every aspect of an anime and more so just talking about what I enjoyed about them. Feel free to check out the video above to get a better idea of what I mean.

If you’d like to help support me on this journey, then feel free to chip in $1 a month (or more if you're so inclined). A single dollar grants you complete access to my Patreon feed and behind the scenes.

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Leepsilon Supporter
$1 or more per month

Unlocks complete access to Patreon feed and behind the scenes.

You’re free to contribute more if you like but you won't receive anything extra for doing so (...yet)