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Introducing the GodisaGeek team…
The longest standing member of the GodisaGeek team, a PC loving indie game fan. Plays more MMORPGs that we believe actually exist, which he can prove on our weekly MMO-Podcast, Ding! You’ll also find Calvin co-hosting The Godcast every Monday. Northern at heart, but will deny it if pushed.
Oversees all content that hits the site, a console gamer who recognises PC games almost always look better. Lover of all genres (except MMORPG), host of The Godcast and believer that video games can be something more than throwaway entertainment. Courter of anti-controversy, just wants a quiet life.
Along with Adam, makes sure the site is run in a timely manner, and the high quality is maintained at all times. Writes FOUR Mobile Game reviews every week for Mobile Monday, whilst still having time to play MMORPGs and numerous console games for review and preview. A true gentleman, the only soft northerner we’ve ever encountered.
Colm has a passion for news like you read about. Seriously, he lives to bring you the news, any news, just some news! He also is a massive Metal Gear fan, loves Wrestling and Football. He owns three PS Vitas, and is well on the way to getting his second Wii U. One half of Saint & Greensie and star of weekly video game news show The Dirtsheet.
Entrusted with making sure every review meets the standards of the publication (so no pressure!), Mick is hugely talented and matches the passion the rest of the team hold dear. Will not hear a bad word about Dishonored, and will regularly be found playing any game he can get his hands on.
Ruk does Dev/Biz, not Biz/Dev, and if you get that the wrong way around, woe betide you. When he’s not working on GodisaGeek, making sure things run smoothly, you can find him on our sister site’s podcast, SeenitHeardit.com‘s Spoilerific. He’s a Walking Dead fan, and has good taste in food and drink. The Father Jack of the GodisaGeek team.
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Robin is a huge fan of the point & click adventure game genre, as well as a keen retro specialist, as can be found in his monthly Retro Corner column. One day his prince will come, bearing gifts of Shenmue 3, but until that day he’ll have to continue to wonder why it hasn’t happened, like so many others…
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A fan of all things Japanese, but a bigger fan of fighting games. You’ll often find Sean giving it large about how great his Cammy or ‘Gief is, or playing the latest JRPG or Shoot ‘Em Up. That’s not to say he isn’t a fan of other genres, though. A technophobe at heart, he hates computers. Hear his tones on Saint & Greensie, weekly.
You can hear Lee on The Godcast most weeks, where you’ll learn he’s the hardcore king of the team. He regularly rinses all 1000 gamerscore from every game, and even wrote a column about achievements and their hunting, called Achievements Anonymous. Will buy a Wii U just to play Bayonetta 2.
Not to be confused with the department store of the same name (he’s never heard that joke before, either, we’re sure), Jonny is a Southampton Football Club fan who loves racing games. He’ll often be found playing the latest downloadable title, or enjoying a retro slice of Xbox LIVE Arcade action.
Ben knows a ridiculous amount about Star Wars, and will defend Radiohead’s “Kid A” album to the death. You’ll often see Ben dominating the front page of GodisaGeek.com with his news-skills. For the Football fans out there, Ben is also an Arsenal fan, but we ask that you don’t hold that against him.
Passionate about SUDA 51 (but not in that way, we think), prefers BlazBlue to Street Fighter, and is never seen without a 3DS somewhere upon his person; James can often be found campaigning outside Capcom’s UK offices for a new Viewtiful Joe, or composing music in his spare time.
Lover of platform games, and adventure games. Has an irrational hatred of people who confused Link with Zelda. Loves sport, especially the American kind of Football (New York Giants, if you’re asking). Old enough to remember games that are actually retro, and not afraid of playing bad games.
Ben is our North American correspondent, but he spends most of his time musing over the fact people still misunderstand the medium of video games. Deep and thoughtful, he’ll spend hours perfecting his carefully worded prose, purely to make a point about stupidity. We love him. Also, he writes reviews.
Mary is the author of monthly feature Character Select, where she painstakingly replays a game to delve deep into the inner psyche of whichever video game character is the focus this month. Also, she’s a massive Tomb Raider fan, but don’t tell her we told you that, and certainly don’t tell her that via Twitter, no.
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