Vikki BlakeDan LaframboiseJay GeorgeContributorsYou?

Vikki Blake (Editor-in-Chief)

I was never really the kind of girl who played dollies or dress-up. While other girls were falling in love with soap stars, I was falling in love with gaming. I got lost in Hyrule. I kicked ass in Street Fighter. I had inappropriate dreams about Solid Snake, became obsessed with the gorgeously grim environments of Silent Hill, and am still kind of addicted to Guitar Hero.

I’ve grown up with a particular penchant for survival horror, but I’ll turn my hand to pretty much anything. Does that mean I’m a 1337 pro gamer? Um, my kill:death ratio would suggest otherwise. But I firmly believe that you don’t have to have 1337 skills (or even know what 1337 means) to enjoy video games.

In addition to running GGS, I’m a seasoned news freelancer and reviewer working regularly for places like Eurogamer, PC Gamer, GamesRadar+, MCV, VGC, Official PlayStation Magazine, Official Xbox Magazine, and Wireframe. I also run one of the oldest and biggest Silent Hill sites/forums in the world,

Dan Laframboise (News Editor)


Gaming since the tender age of eight, I’ve had my first taste of gaming through Nintendo’s N.E.S. and I’ve been loving every minute of it!

Jay George (Staff Writer)Jay

PSN ID: Loveless-Lyric |  Steam: Loveless-Lyric | Twitter: @MangakaIra

I’ve been gaming since I was four years old and my parents have blamed my uncle for my addiction ever since. My first game was Sonic the Hedgehog followed instantly by Sonic 2, as both games were out by the time I started gaming.

Fast forward to the present day and I’m still a hardcore gamer willing to give anything a shot, but my passion will always be for the JRPG genre. Final Fantasy, Kingdom Hearts and the Tales of titles are definitely a few of my favourites but The Legend of Zelda series is everything to me! Well… Until I get that Final Fantasy VII Remake where I will have to re-evaluate everything.

One last thing: I have a dog named Tilly and she is the best.


Stewart Bendle (Staff Writer)

You? (Wannabe GGSer)

We’re always looking for new contributors to join us here at If you are 18+, have a keen interest in gaming, great written skills and the time commitment to contribute regularly (we’re looking for at least five articles a week), we’d love to hear from you!

We welcome anyone and everyone will open arms here at GGS, but we are always particularly delighted to hear from writers representing a minority voice in gaming, whether they be disabled, female/GF, NB, LGB+T, a POC, or any intersectionality of some/all these things!

Working at is currently unpaid – bummer, we know (and we promise you, we don’t make a penny from your hard work – this site is strictly not-for-profit). That said, it’s not without its rewards; we have established industry links in both the US and the UK and access many of the perks and privileges of the gaming press including snazzy event invites and review codes (free games, in other words). GGS staff have gone on to work at IGN, GameSpot, Destructoid, VideoGamer, plus a load of development studios like Capcom, Blizzard, Square Enix, Bossa… and that’s just for starters!

Sounds like this might be the right place for you? Get in touch via our contact form explaining why you’d like to join us, coupled with a few examples of your writing. Who knows – you could soon be part of the team!