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The GameCrate Staff and Writers
Nicholas Scibetta is GameCrate's senior editor. He enjoys first-person shooters and role-playing games with strong stories. His favorite modern game is Mass Effect 2, and his favorite old-school game is Shining Force 2.
Quibian Salazar-Moreno is a GameCrate editor that's been covering the gaming industry for more than a decade focusing on the crazy world of consoles.
Josh Ray is a hardware editor at GameCrate, Intel Unlocked, and Tiger Beat.
Leo Parrill is obsessed with tech and the vidya games. Everything from N64 to VR and PC building get him out of bed in the morning; usually late because he spent all night emulating Gamecube games on his smart refrigerator.
David Sanchez likes wearing a Tanooki Suit while eating $5 pizza. Follow him on Twitter @dr_davidsanchez.
Angelo M. D'Argenio has been writing about games for 10 years now. He has been a pro gamer, a professor of game design, and a game-centric comedian. His favorite genres are RPGs and fighting games, and he has a particular love of obscure but innovative indie titles. His favorite old-school games are Chrono Trigger and Xenogears and his favorite modern game is Undertale. When not gaming, you can usually find him talking at gaming and anime conventions up and down the East coast.
Christopher Atwood is a writer from the dusty hills of Hermiston, Oregon. He loves a challenge and anything that pushes him past my limits both intellectually and physically.
John Gaudiosi has spent the past 25 years covering the $74 billion videogame industry for top international print, online and television outlets like The Washington Post, Wired, Playboy, AOL, IGN, Yahoo!, Entertainment Weekly, USA Today Weekend, Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, Maxim, CBS and NBC.
Nate Hohl has been a gamer ever since he was old enough to hold a SNES controller and his love of both gaming and writing made game journalism a natural fit. He enjoys tackling current issues within the gaming industry as well as probing the minds of his readers in order to engage and inform them. In addition to gaming and writing, he is also an avid reader, a bit of a history buff, and a die-hard martial arts enthusiast.
Paul Semel has been writing about games (as well as music, movies, TV, books, toys, and other fun stuff) for more than twenty years. You can currently read his writings on his own site, paulsemel.com, or follow his antics on Twitter, @paulsemel.
Amanda Zelauskas is a 24 year nerd with a passion for everything and anything gaming. Her gaming background includes experience within the semi-pro circuit along with editorial experience with several websites.
Seth Perlstein is a journalist, gamer, and loyal member of The Glorious PC Gaming Master Race. Follow him on Twitter @sethperlstein.
Afroxander (a.k,a. Ivan Fernandez) is a freelance journalist based in Southern California. Yes, that is his real hair. Follow at @afroxander.
David Jagneaux is the Games Editor at UploadVR and continues writing as a freelance game journalist for various outlets, such as IGN, Playboy, and VICE. It's dangerous to go alone, so follow him on Twitter: @David_Jagneaux.
Dirk Libbey is based in Northern CA where he writes, games, and helps run a small (but growing) science fiction/fantasy convention. He just started to DM his first Dungeons & Dragons game and it's going pretty well, thank you. As a kid he once beat Contra without the Konami code but he doesn't mind that you don't believe him.
Akil Henry is a freelance editor, budding singer, game designer and comedian of calculator descent. His favorite modern game series is Dead Rising and hit favorite old school game is Sonic & Knuckles.
René S. Garcia Jr. is a professional entertainment journalist and screenwriter living and working in Southern California.
Bryan Dawson has an extensive background in the gaming industry, having worked as a journalist for various publications for nearly 20 years and participating in a multitude of competitive fighting game events. He has authored over a dozen strategy guides for Prima Games, worked as a consultant on numerous gaming-related TV and web shows, and was the Operations Manager for the fighting game division of the IGN Pro League.
T.J. Lambert hasbeen playing video games since he could steal his cousin's Gameboy pocket and hide out for as long as he could playing Super Mario Land.
Rudy Kelly is very bad at video games.