Publisher for the site and one of Twinfinite Video's personalities. Yami founded Twinfinite when she was bored one day. She has since become very not bored.
Local Editor in Chief. B.S. in Biology, B.A. in Philosophy, and always within 20 feet of a bagel. Kind of like a reverse restraining order, but with carbs. You can reach her at [email protected]
Ed has been a proud member of the Twinfinite staff since 2014. He plays everything on everything but is particularly fond of JRPGs, MMOs, and sports. He holds a B.A. in history and political science and a M.S. in education all from the University at Albany.
Just a wandering character from Brooklyn, NY. Fan of horrible Spider-Man games, anime, and corny jokes.
Z is a ridiculous fangirl of anything related to Metal Gear Solid and The Last of Us. She also thinks Amazon's Kindle was a gift from the heavens. You can reach her at [email protected]
A UK History graduate, Chris is a firm believer that Bioshock is the pinnacle of video game storytelling. He spends his days playing games, watching TV, or desperately attempting to improve his movie knowledge. You can follow him on Twitter @ChrisJecks, or email him at [email protected]
Sometimes a writer, always a dork. When he isn't staring in front of a screen for hours, he's probably reading comics or eating Hot Pockets. So many of them.
A Journalism student with a strong passion for all things gaming, anime and much more. Telling the stories of the world is his ultimate goal.
A graduate in English from Florida International University. When he's not writing, he is traveling the country to tell his life story of growing up with Hemophilia. If not, then he's probably wondering if his neighbors in Animal Crossing still miss him.
Indie reviewer extraordinaire, father-type human for two young gamers, and generally busy person.
Chelsea is a gamer, fangirl, writer and activist. She is just as comfortable defending her OTPs as she is protesting for worthy causes. She has an encyclopedic knowledge about anything pop culture. You can find her playing games online under the username Chilliepop.
An Irish liberal arts student with way too much time on his hands who when not obsessing about Monster Hunter, RPGs or some random account he recently found on YouTube he can be found writing for Twinfinite.
History and Archaeology student from Newcastle in the UK. Loves old school point and clicks, Death Cab For Cutie, and anything made by Double Fine
Gamer and Pop Culture enthusiast. Superfan of The Walking Dead enjoys reading comics and novels.
Lover of all things film and gaming, Nick spends far too much time comparing film transfers and researching film theory. When he's not emptying his wallet expanding his film collection, he's usually hiking, cooking, or some combination of the two.
Sean is a simple man who enjoys a good game, a good story, and the chance to talk about both. That said, he also honestly believes video games have the potential to be the greatest pinnacle of storytelling ever, so there's that...
A dislocated New Yorker just looking for a good bagel. She has come to the point in her life where she forgets which games she owns and thus has a horrible backlog. One day she hopes to finish them off, but after finishing Digimon Cyber Sleuth which she is trying to 100%.
Gamer, writer, honey badger wrangler.
A Film and English graduate from the University of Southampton. Obsessed with movies, games and football. Spends far too much time playing Fifa.
Zak is a Staff Writer for Twinfinite who will never stop campaigning for Pokémon Snap 2 until it has been made. He once played through a dozen Final Fantasy games in one year, and his knowledge of Kingdom Hearts is mildly concerning.
Alex is a British geek with an unhealthy appetite for video games, movies and politics. As such, you can expect to find plenty of sarcasm, pretentiousness and acerbic wit layered throughout his writing. He also finds it kind of awkward to refer to himself in the third person like this.
Alex is a writer in the Rhode Island area. You'll usually catch him overplaying his hand in Hearthstone or wearing a Nightwing t-shirt. Often both at once. Find him on Twitter at @AlexanderNeeler!
Collin is a complete film geek and the one person who actually likes playing the medic class. When he's not raiding in Destiny, making poor choices in Dark Souls, or watching Mad Max: Fury Road for the 100th time, you can find him writing for Twinfinite and Nerd Much.
Journalism major from Bakersfield, Ca. 19. Commonly identified as "that guy with the deep voice". Metal Gear scholar and amateur sandwich magician.
Jason is constantly looking to challenge himself by playing the most punishingly difficult games around. Legend has it that he does this in order to appease the Dark Gods of gaming, though others suspect that he probably just has way too much time on his hands.
I'm a self-proclaimed semi-adult with a passion for everything geeky.
Chris is a British immigrant living in Canada. He loves to write about gaming, movies, and general geek culture. He hopes to travel the world and one of his dreams is to go to E3 for the first time.
Gamer, writer, linguist. It's like the universe wanted me perpetually annoyed at something or someone.
Nick has been a gamer since the 8-bit days and has been reporting on the games industry since 2011. Don't interrupt him while he's questing through an RPG or desperately clinging to hope against all reason that his Philly sports teams will win something.
Graduated in 2014. English BA. Didn't care much for the real world. Decided to spend too long in fictional ones. Decided to write about it. Always in pursuit of an idle life...
Jack is a news writer for Twinfinite, as part of his therapy as a recovering rage-quitter.
Oliver has been a lover of video games since he was a kid and a writer about video games since he was an adult.
An Albuquerque native who likes Breaking Bad, The Wire, Gears of War, Fallout, Uncharted, Mario, and an assortment of other games. Popeye's Chicken is also very enjoyable.
Back in the game.
Nice hair though.
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Geared for 2016
Guards is a simplistic strategy game from indie dev Battlecruiser Games.
Steams;Gate is go.
A return to form.
Metroid Prime: Federation Force is a new look at an old franchise.