Whenever the guys really like a game, it shows. Check out their playthrough of The Wonderful 101, for example - Chip's sheer dedication to showing off every possible facet of the game is one thing, but it's obvious from their commentary that Ironicus comes to love the game as much as Chip does. By the end of the second phase of the final boss, Ironicus notes that they usually have a list of things they wish a game had done by the time they're finished with them, but with that game there was nothing. It's widely considered to be one of their best Let's Plays for a reason, and that's because it serves as a reminder of how video games can just be fun, and how much enjoyment we can derive from games or from someone else's enthusiasm for them.
Having done three games beforehand, Chip and Ironicus have fallen in love with the Uncharted series, and thus often find themselves getting choked up during the very nostalgic A Thief's End.
The entire reason for Gextra Life: Chip, Ironicus, Voidburger and Snugglebeast stay up for 24 hours playing Gex in order to raise money for sick children stuck in the water crisis in Flint, Michigan. How well did it work out? By the end of the stream, they managed to reach over TEN times their goal, reaching over $27,000 in donations! All the while, the group was showered with goodwill and thanks from fans all over the world. They repeated this again in 2017, surpassing their goal of $30,000 before the end of the stream.