You may ask yourself, "Self, why does The Ludicrous Ones do all this streaming and whatnot, when they're a development studio?" Well, I felt like I should address that.
Countless times, we've all heard "by gamers for gamers" and other similar PR speak. Yet, oddly enough, you never see these folks really play much of anything.
Example: John Romero is a personal hero of mine. One of the coolest things I've ever seen him do is play Aladdin on Sega Genesis. Not selling anything, not talking tech or design or theory, but being a guy who makes games, playing a game, just cause that shit is fun.
It is our prerogative to highlight our own work- and we will certainly do so a lot more, as games get closer to a form showable to the public. Still, there'll always be room for everything else, from the obscure retro title to the biggest current games.
So, can you call The Ludicrous Ones "by gamers, for gamers"? You're damned right you can. Now if you'll excuse me, it's been a long day of bump-mapping sprites and stuff, so it's time for a little Blaster Master.