LOL. I absolutely loved your video, man. I used to listen to The Retro League and Retro Gaming Roundup all the time. For RGR, the thing that got me to stop listening is that how committed 2/3 of the guys on the show seem to be to the concept of living in Retro Land. I love retro games as much as anyone, and I wish I could believe in this product, but I think the biggest problem is that the team working on the Retro VGS just want to pretend like modern consoles don't exist, or handhelds, and that there are plenty of retro games that launched broken. I really wish I could believe in this thing succeeding, but I don't see how it has a chance with no known developers on board and especially that shady looking prototype you showed in the video.
Oh well, I'm still interested in seeing how development works out for them.
Also, I didn't mention it, but the problem I had with The Retro League is that the hosts all seemed out of touch or stating things that definitely weren't true as fact with nothing to back up their words. I don't care if someone gets something wrong, but if you're going to get it wrong, at least mention an article you read or something beyond whatever you wanted to make up. I also can't stand retro gaming podcasts pretending modern things don't exist at all. You don't have to like it, but you can't pretend like there aren't retro style games being developed for modern consoles.