Occupation: Military electrician, YouTube video editors (@siriangaming)
First gaming memory:
Jacob: "Super Mario World on the SNES. I remember playing world 1-1 so many times. I was young, we had one, and my older brother and sister just put us on it. We loved it, and ever since then I've been hooked on games."
Waverly: "Mortal Kombat on the original PlayStation. I really loved the music, I wasn't very good at it and I'm still not good at it, can't beat it to this very day. I was a kid, I didn't care if I lost -- it was great!"
First gaming memory: "I remember playing the first Halo with my brother when I was like 3, so I wouldn't do much except kill the little grunts and my brother did everything else. My hands were too small for the controllers."
Occupation: Part-time caterer, museum tour guide, YouTuber (Methodical Madness)
First gaming memory: "Mario Kart 64. I remember sitting down on the couch with my uncle and Koopa Troopa beach, he always took this shortcut to get into a cave... he could do it every time. I just remember going up and hitting the wall. I'd back up slowly, just putt-putt-putt-putt and wind up in 12th place. I still play it to this day; still on that quest to beat my uncle."
First gaming memory: "My dad taking me to Best Buy to get a new Game Boy Advance game. I got Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, but he was looking for a TV, so I had to sit there waiting in agony to play this new game. I thought I finished it when I was little, but years later I played it and found I'd only beaten the first boss."