Co-owner, site manager, Mega Man fanboy, and all around early adopter. I'm a big fan of RPGs, MMOs, and platformers. I also enjoy switching cell phones every 3-6 months. My favorite games are Diablo 2, Phantasy Star Online 2, Mega Man X4, Metal Gear Solid 2, and Dragon Age: Origins. Currently I've been sucked into Neverwinter, Injustice, Marvel Heroes, and anything the site throws at me.
Besides writing for Leviathyn he also pens news for gameranx and opinion pieces for Koobismo and his blog, The Videogame Dynamic. Believes all game platforms are created equal but some are more equal than others. You can follow him, @StephenDaly17, on twitter.
Blake dislikes video games and writing, and he especially dislikes writing about video games. As an Editor at Leviathyn, he does his best to make sure that everybody remembers the classics. By that, we mean we're pretty sure he hasn't actually played a video game since 2001. A stalwart fan of RPGs, Blake's favorite game list reads like a brochure for the SNES. When not gaming, writing and editing, Blake likes to annoy people with his guitar, drink more than is safe or healthy and kick a hacky sack around. He is also a regular blogger at Game Informer, and would love it if you followed him on Twitter @blakeanglin.
Paul is a writer, photographer and gamer who lives outside of Philadelphia. When not running around Azeroth or laughing in evil glee as his players beg for mercy in one of his Call of Cthulhu tabletop sessions, he can be found at conventions or haunting coffee shops working on a novel or short story.
Born with a GameBoy in hand, she fostered a love of gaming from a young age. While she'll play almost anything, RPGs—Western and Japanese alike—are the Pièce de résistance. Direct any complaints, questions or comments to @remassie.
Jason was born and raised in Southern California, so he is of the mindset that 70 degrees can be "chilly." As a full time student, he always manages to stay busy, whether it be through playing video games, writing about video games, or not studying. He loves all genres, so don't ask him to pick a favorite, as he'll probably just give you a blank stare and shrug. Feel free to contact him at [email protected]
Casey is a VCU undergrad studying Computer Engineering and minoring in Computer Science and Mathematics. He's been writing for three years, and in the games journalism field for going on one year. He owns an Xbox 360, a Wii, a gaming caliber PC, an Android smartphone, and a Nintendo DSi, and plays everything from sports games to simulators, FPS to MMO, racing to open world RPG. In joining Leviathyn, he's taking the next step toward his dream career of being a games journalist.
When not playing games, Casey enjoys listening to music, usually house, trance, or dubstep, though he occasionally likes to listen to acid jazz as well.
A student in England, Andy tries to read any piece of industry news he can find. He realised he wanted to write about his passion for games as a job after playing Uncharted 2: Among Thieves. It is, in his opinion, one of the greatest games he has ever seen. He plays the most on the Playstation 3 but has owned all of the current generation consoles and sees the positives and negatives of each. If you want to give opinions about my work or to chat about new games, send me an email at [email protected]! Or play me on PSN: Wolvie26. Visit my blog for all my work: andygamesjournalism.blogspot.co.uk/
G Dino (Gino R. Diño) is a freelance writer who loves gaming, reading, and writing - in that order. His first game was an R-Type side scrolling NES game that is so old he doesn't even remember its title. Now he plays anything from Restaurant Empire to Skyrim to Battlefield to Plants Vs. Zombies, as long as the game is worth his time in one or several aspects. He writes about gaming, technology, anime, and entertainment. Visit his personal blog Xeroavitar or contact him via [email protected].
Mr. Whipple is the grand magistrate of debate, sacrificing embarrassing amounts of time arguing about anything gaming related. He's also an avid protector of Final Fantasy VI, expert ship-crasher at Gradius and the prime chancellor of anything Mega Man. When he isn't writing or playing them vid-ya games, Andrew is a huge New York Giants fan who loves watching terrible movies.
Games have been my passion for as long as I can remember. I started off really early when my parents bought me Munchman, and since then everything I've done has somehow been related to games. I love them so much that I'm currently at University in the UK studying my Masters degree. Writing has always been something I'm good at, and I love talking about games, so games journalism seems like the perfect area for me!
Born in the frigid North, also known as Scotland, Alex was brought up indoors playing games. He now plays them, writes about them, writes fiction heavily inspired by the kind of sci-fi junk seen in games, and hopes to one day do any/ all of these things professionally. He believes the greatest game ever made is Shadow of the Colossus- with Silent Hill 2 a close second. If you have beef with this, come at him, bro. Twitter: @theshedlock. XBL: Kenshi Ryden.
I've been playing games since I came into this world twenty years ago. Passionate about the stories that unfold, and the worlds they weave; I see games as a creative outlet as powerful any other. Armed with the spoken word, I seek to tell all that is good and all that is poo.
Based in Melbourne, Australia, loves FPS, RPG and the occasional (very occasional) sports game. Team player!
Anthon V. has been pwning noobs since he was in diapers. An avid video game player, the only things that can take him away from his controller is a good movie or comic book. You can find him reviewing everything from games to comics and movies under the name Tony the Gamer Dad!
Michael has been a gamer since his older brother gave him a Super Nintendo when he was 8, this started his spiral (downward/upward?) into video game addiction. Shortly after he got a Play Station for his 9th birthday and fell in love with games like Final Fantasy, Tomb Raider, Spyro the Dragon, Metal Gear Solid, and Resident Evil. His favorite genre of games are RPG's and survival horror. Michael is currently working towards his Master of Fine Arts in fiction writing, but loves any opportunity to write about gaming, as he believes every writer should live by the motto "write what you know!" When not playing games Michael listens to heavy metal and lifts weights, as he is going for the "Kratos" physique for the summer.