Matt Barton is creating Game Industry Videos
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$420
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Matt Chat is dedicated to preserving and celebrating the history of the videogame history. I contend that videogames have become an indispensable part of our culture, and great videogame developers are just as historically important today as any great film director or book author. Instead of only enjoying games, I want to take you on my journey to learn where our favorite games and platforms came from--what kind of people made them, and what were they thinking?

Matt Chat began as a hobby project in February 2009. Starting off primarily as a way to promote my book Dungeons and Desktops, Matt Chat quickly evolved a life of its own. Each week, I feature in-depth reviews of classic videogames and interviews with famous developers such as John Romero, Chris Avellone, Tim Cain, Richard “Lord British” Garriott, and Rebecca Heineman.

I have fun doing these videos, and love humor and frequent references to my favorite 80s movies and games. However, unlike many prominent "YouTubers" doing videogame stuff, I'm dedicated to being factually correct and well-informed about the games and developers I have on the show. You'll never hear me throwing tantrums, disrespecting guests, or dropping the F-bomb.

Here are a few things folks have said about Matt Chat:

"Matt has done a great service for the RPG community over the years and I'm excited as always to be back on his show." - Brian Fargo, Leader in Exile 

“I think these are the most definitive interviews with me so far. One of the most pleasant interviews I’ve ever been in.” – George “The Fat Man” Sanger, Game Audio Legend

“You were one of the best-informed interviewers that I have ever spoken with. You seemed to know everything about my career.” – Tim Cain, Fallout Designer

“I just want to say how much I enjoyed watching your latest episode of Matt Chat. Your running commentaries are hilarious.” – Philip Jong, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Adventure Classic Gaming

You won’t see any ads on my show. It’s entirely, 100% fan-funded, and all of my videos are licensed with Creative Commons, so you or anyone else is free to watch and remix them without having to pay me anything.

Thank you for your time and support! 
Rewards
Ratron
$1 or more per Video 133 patrons
Thank you! Your support makes a difference. You'll be listed in the credits and receive access to Patreon-only podcasts and Google Air Hangouts.
Big Ratron
$5 or more per Video 18 patrons
All of the above, but with gravy and extra bacon.
Super Ratron
$10 or more per Video 3 patrons
All of the above, plus priority seating for the Google Air Hangouts. You'll also be listed as a "Super Patron" in the credits. Finally, note that at this level you will earn a free signed copy of one of my books within a year.
Elite Ratron
$13.37 or more per Video 4 patrons
If you select this tier, you'll get a periodic magical mystery award in addition to the above tier rewards.
Executive Producer
$25 or more per Video 8 patrons
In addition to the above rewards, your name will be featured in the show's credits as an executive producer or sponsor. I'll also toast you during an ale segment.
Sponsor
$50 or more per Video 0 patrons
In addition to the above rewards, your name and/or company logo will be listed as a sponsor at the start of each new show. I'll also mention you by name and thank you at the start of the episode/s you sponsor. If you have a game or other game-related project you're working on that you want publicized, I'll mention it during a news segment.
Goals
$420 of $500 per Video
Provide transcripts of my interview episodes.
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Matt Chat is dedicated to preserving and celebrating the history of the videogame history. I contend that videogames have become an indispensable part of our culture, and great videogame developers are just as historically important today as any great film director or book author. Instead of only enjoying games, I want to take you on my journey to learn where our favorite games and platforms came from--what kind of people made them, and what were they thinking?

Matt Chat began as a hobby project in February 2009. Starting off primarily as a way to promote my book Dungeons and Desktops, Matt Chat quickly evolved a life of its own. Each week, I feature in-depth reviews of classic videogames and interviews with famous developers such as John Romero, Chris Avellone, Tim Cain, Richard “Lord British” Garriott, and Rebecca Heineman.

I have fun doing these videos, and love humor and frequent references to my favorite 80s movies and games. However, unlike many prominent "YouTubers" doing videogame stuff, I'm dedicated to being factually correct and well-informed about the games and developers I have on the show. You'll never hear me throwing tantrums, disrespecting guests, or dropping the F-bomb.

Here are a few things folks have said about Matt Chat:

"Matt has done a great service for the RPG community over the years and I'm excited as always to be back on his show." - Brian Fargo, Leader in Exile 

“I think these are the most definitive interviews with me so far. One of the most pleasant interviews I’ve ever been in.” – George “The Fat Man” Sanger, Game Audio Legend

“You were one of the best-informed interviewers that I have ever spoken with. You seemed to know everything about my career.” – Tim Cain, Fallout Designer

“I just want to say how much I enjoyed watching your latest episode of Matt Chat. Your running commentaries are hilarious.” – Philip Jong, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Adventure Classic Gaming

You won’t see any ads on my show. It’s entirely, 100% fan-funded, and all of my videos are licensed with Creative Commons, so you or anyone else is free to watch and remix them without having to pay me anything.

Thank you for your time and support! 

Recent posts by Matt Barton

Rewards
Ratron
$1 or more per Video 133 patrons
Thank you! Your support makes a difference. You'll be listed in the credits and receive access to Patreon-only podcasts and Google Air Hangouts.
Big Ratron
$5 or more per Video 18 patrons
All of the above, but with gravy and extra bacon.
Super Ratron
$10 or more per Video 3 patrons
All of the above, plus priority seating for the Google Air Hangouts. You'll also be listed as a "Super Patron" in the credits. Finally, note that at this level you will earn a free signed copy of one of my books within a year.
Elite Ratron
$13.37 or more per Video 4 patrons
If you select this tier, you'll get a periodic magical mystery award in addition to the above tier rewards.
Executive Producer
$25 or more per Video 8 patrons
In addition to the above rewards, your name will be featured in the show's credits as an executive producer or sponsor. I'll also toast you during an ale segment.
Sponsor
$50 or more per Video 0 patrons
In addition to the above rewards, your name and/or company logo will be listed as a sponsor at the start of each new show. I'll also mention you by name and thank you at the start of the episode/s you sponsor. If you have a game or other game-related project you're working on that you want publicized, I'll mention it during a news segment.