I think I watch more YouTube videos than I do actual TV show and movies these days.

I find myself watching anything from JonTron, Angry Video Game Nerd, Nostalgia Critic, Clueless Gamer with Conan O' Brien and so many more.

What these all have in common is they all have something to do with video gaming.

Something I really enjoy a lot about these is when they give a little back story of how the game came to be before they go into the review. I think I finally found a YouTuber that excels in the back story part.

Norman Caruso, also known as The Gaming Historian, creates videos on YouTube about video game history.

These are not short videos.

The Gaming Historian creates incredibly in depth history lessons of some of your favorite games, myths, consoles and more.

While most video game YouTubers are out to make you laugh a bit, such as This Level SucksThe Gaming Historian is out to teach you about the games you play.

While most would find this nerdy, Norman Caruso actually had a bachelor's degree in history and has a North Carolina teaching license. No wonder why this guy is incredibly well spoken and in depth.

You can clearly tell that he has a love for Nintendo (like me), but he doesn't entirely focus on it. You can watch videos on the fall of the Sega Dreamcast, the rise of Playstation, Vectrex and more.

One of my favorite videos is when he shows you games Mario is just randomly in that you would never expect.

Below is a playlist of all of his videos, he also blogs some personal gaming experiences at his website.