I don't have a webcam so no one would be seeing me.
You can use mine. I hardly ever use the thing. It's super-cheapo-generico, but it's functional, and I live in the area so I could get it to you.
Just today, Greg Christopher (who's name here on the forum I can not recall) posted something on Google+ about his experiences gaming over Google Hangouts. I don't want to crosspost his stuff without his permission, but if you're familiar with him on G+ already, I strongly urge you to go read his post from today. He is making an argument for the ways that Hangout gaming is better than tabletop gaming.
He was playing using an in-development RPG module for Hangouts, called, I think, Dragons for Dinner, and he posted video of the tool in action. Another project, Tabletop Forge
, also has videos up of the tool in use. I'm sure there are others being built, too.
What's relevant right now is that they both allow you to see the video of the players at the same time as
your game materials (maps, pics, dice rollers, etc). They both allow for the small vids of each player along the bottom, and Tabletop Forge, at least (and probably the other one) also can show the large vid of the person currently talking, right alongside the gaming materials.
I'm basing this on the videos they have online. I'm not in the betas for either tool, so I haven't used them yet, but they already look like they are competing hard with Skype and the various gaming virtual tabletops, combined, thanks to leveraging the Google+ functionality. If I were building an online game right now, Hangouts is the first place I'd look, and I'd be asking the fellow who makes Tabletop Forge if he'd like another beta tester.