These are our current writers here at GameGrin
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Lover of cats, coffee and all kinds of videogames! With a soft spot for retro and import games.
Guaranteed to know more about Transformers and Deadpool than any other staff member.
May very well be an assassin with a wrist blade and everything.
Writes in her sleep, can you tell?
Writing like he plays games - poorly
Vendor of anecdotes and drinker of coffee "Mr Woot" currently resides in the South West. He tends towards the sesquipedalian.
Playing videogames, listening to nightcore
The writing is on the wall, because the power went out.
Emsey P. Walker
Emsey is a lover of games and penguins. Apparently she does some writing too...somewhere...
Erin is a massive fan of mustard, writes articles that are too long, and is a little bit sorry about the second thing.
Gary “Dominoid” Sheppard
Gary maintains his belief that the Amstrad CPC is the greatest system ever and patiently awaits the sequel to "Rockstar ate my Hamster"
James spends his time playing almost anything. Talents include: having a socially-awkward hair colour and getting far too angry after losing
Jess has been a passionate gamer since a young age. She likes to read and partake in theatre groups as acting is her second passion.
Jon Julian Gordon Wilson
Lover of dogs, video games, and Fall.
Will do his very best to not avoid team killing everyone.
Head of Article Quality Assurance
Will always jump into a game on the hardest difficulty and get absolutely wrecked. Obviously, it’s never his fault.
Has a passion for simulators
Just a guy that loves to write :)
Still plays Wii Sports more than he'd like to admit.
Niall Cawley (NOVEMBERcharlie)
Liable to jump at her own shadow.
Steve 'Rasher' Greenfield
Steve tends to do more work in the background these days than on the website. Keeps him out of trouble.
Steven John Dawson
When not getting knee deep in lines of code behind the scenes, you'll find him shaving milliseconds off lap times in Forza.