Meet Food4Dogs, an elderly lady who unboxes video games

Food4Dogs in its natural habitat, surrounded by anime games and PS Vitas.

Food4Dogs in its natural habitat, surrounded by anime games and PS Vitas.
Screenshot: Food4Dogs

Despite his username, Food4Dogs is a YouTuber who creates videos that have nothing to do with selling kibble or making new album names for black metal bands. Instead, it’s an elderly New Zealand woman spending her time creating video game unboxing videos online.

One of these videos, posted on June 13, gives a good overview of what Food4Dogs is. Soft background music plays as we are told the pile of video games about to be unboxed are meant to brighten up “the darkest winter days here in New Zealand.” Food4Dogs goes through a bunch of her latest PlayStation and Nintendo Switch purchases, placing each case on her grandma-style tablecloth in order to talk a bit about how well the game feels and when she plans to play it.

Looking at End of the world club, Food4Dogs says she enjoys the long soundtrack sampler, thinks the booklet pages are a bit too small to properly show concept art, and is “looking forward” to playing the game itself. She is also not great in horror, but had to buy Silent Hill: Homecoming to continue working on his series collection. (Food4Dogs is A big fan of Workshop role-playing games, especially the entries posted for his favorite console, the underrated Playstation vita portable.)

Most of his videos follow suit, retaining the same serene enthusiasm. It doesn’t matter if Food4Dogs sets up a new installationmentions in its part of, say, Hakuoki: Stories of the Shinsengumi or discuss his thoughts on Sony’s business decisions and giving life advice tinged with anime, it is always very relaxing to listen to.

“If you fancy relaxing a bit from the mad rush, or just want to see what I’m playing, you’re welcome here at my house,” his channel description reads. “Animals are also welcome. It’s comfortable, it’s hygge, it’s gemütlich, it’s Food4Dogs.

And, if you’re still wondering why it’s called Food4Dogs: In a video where she tells the “very mundane story” of how she got the name – with the help of a little pink video game plush, of course – we learn that she was really into “canine nutrition” and just kept the same chain she created when considering starting a dog food business.

If nothing else, the name helps it stand out rest of competition.

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