My boy Teshno - he just uploads shitposts and the occasional video of him playing some game and talking about shit, quite entertaining to listen to (at least in my opinion). he's also based and redpilled
Somecallmejohnny seems like a pretty cool guy you could sit down with and just talk about games for hours. Fither who made some real good persona and rance content. he made a stream once when he was a bit drunk just talking about his life and i really feel for the guy. had a bit of drama last year and quit youtube but came back even stronger for it but im not sure reviewing doujins of persona 5 is the right way to go.
I'm sure it's been mentioned plenty of times, but The 8-bit Guy might just be the highest-quality YouTuber I know. Consistently terrific, informative videos; no ads in his videos; very detailed and easy-to-understand tutorials; and he's honest with his audience. He even shows his mistakes and explains exactly what's going on. His respect for his audience is incredible. And of course, no politics or sperging whatsoever, not even a single one-off comment.
The same could be said about Techmoan, though his schtick is mostly retro AV equipment, and the many obsolete formats they used. No politics, no sperging, just interesting stories about the history of technology, from the days before smart things took over.
Proper People for ultra chill, beautifully shot urbex. They provide a little background on all of the places they visit and seem genuinely stoked on old architecture and slices of history. Not extremely annoying like most urbexers.
DefunctLand is pretty fascinating. I don't care about theme parks or what rides they used to have, or why, but I once clicked on "The History of Alton Tower's Black Hole" not knowing what it was about just because the preview image looked cool. It's a pretty good channel, instead of doing a video about a roller-coaster and just reviewing it he instead goes deep into construction woes, corporate infighting, incompetency and whatever else was involved.