They are fighting game enthusiasts, but don’t expect them to pull off pro-level gameplay. They play the games because they enjoy playing fighting games and like the entertainment, they don’t play the games to “git gud”. That said, they’re not necessarily bad at them. While Brett is more patient and wants to learn the mechanics, Michael just wants to pull off some cool stuff and have fun. That’s why I like these two together, because they kinda balance each other out. Brett is good to help Michael learn how to play the games while Michael is good to make Brett loosen up and just have some fun playing the games.
With Killer Instinct, it is Brett holding the stick with the goal to try and learn a new game and understand the mechanics, and then take it online, while Michael is mostly on for commentary and kinda ask some questions that the audience might ask, and then together find an understanding of the game.
It’s why I enjoy watching them, as well as Maximilian Dood - because they tackle these fighting games and have fun with learning them, while trying to show that even though you’re not a player who wants to tackle these fighting games to get on a tournament/pro level, you can still play and enjoy these games. ^^