About GodisaGeek: We at GodisaGeek have one mission: To bring you the best news, reviews, previews, videos and podcasts that we can, whilst keeping all our content to a high standard of quality. At heart, the site’s staff is made up of a diverse, passionate team with all manner of tastes. But the fundamental core is that we are all gamers, like you. If something is bad, we’ll tell you it’s bad, and when we love something, we want the enthusiasm to drip from the pages, to rub off on you: the readers/viewers/listeners.
Any press releases can be sent to PR@GodisaGeek.com, which is also the address you can reach the editorial team. We can work with any and all review or preview code, retail or debug. We can also cover titles on Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR.
THE EDITORIAL TEAM
Calvin Robinson, Founder and Executive Editor
Founder of the site, a PC gamer predominantly who loves shooters but also has more hours logged with Star Trek Online than anyone we’ve encountered. Also a YouTuber on Bros With Fros.
Adam Cook, Editor-in-Chief
A six year veteran of the games industry, oversees and organises all content on the site. Has written as a freelancer for many publications (Vice, Kotaku, GamesTM, The Telegraph – among many others), and an adept video production editor. Secretly wants a quiet life and can’t be bothered with all the games industry drama.
Mick Fraser, Reviews Editor
Having held most editorial positions at the site, Mick’s passion is for delving deep into a game and uncovering secrets. That is, at least, if you can pull him away from Destiny for a few hours.
Lee Garbutt, Video Production Editor
Retro and Nintendo fanatic, Lee is one of the longest standing members of GodisaGeek, having left for NintendoLife and returned a year later. Check out his YouTube channel, Pug Hoof Gaming, as well.
Mikhail Madnani, News Editor
If there’s one person who can come close to beating Greg’s Japanese knowledge, it’s Mikhail. Who are we kidding? This guys lives and breathes JRPGs and those niche titles you didn’t know existed but now want to play.
Chris White, Features Editor
A highly skilled writer able to to be reactive in a way few can manage. If you need a review written, Chris is the man to do it. A beast when it comes to turning around high quality copy in no time at all.