Below you’ll find a list of the main video game luminaries that write for Non-Fiction Gaming.
Each gaming writer has a wealth of experience and knowledge in the area of mashing buttons and various other control devices.
And each one specialises in a specific area of gaming analysis. These range from JRPGs, Horror, eSports, News, Interviews, and Events Coverage that shape the gaming world.
What they all have in common is that they offer a unique and independent perspective on the gaming industry.
Of course, when you’ve got this many opinions it means they won’t always agree with each other!
Non-Fiction Gaming itself does not stick to one specific voice, we give our writers freedom to explore the space and give their best analysis. Importantly, this encourages each writer to back up their ideas and analysis. This can only result in a better quality of articles for our readers.
If you’d like to find out more about each of the Non-Fiction Gaming Writers they’ve got social media profiles, article archives, and sometimes even pictures.
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The Non-Fiction Gaming Team
Dan brings the booming voice and sense of adventure. Striking heroic poses during meetings to try and instill a feeling of awe in his colleagues. Daniel spends the majority of his gaming time split between Xbox 360, Nintendo 3DS and PC. If it wasn’t for Morrowind being bundled into a free package years ago Daniel may not have become the Dovahkiin that he is today.
It isn’t easy correcting spelling for crayon on the walls or translating words from tape recordings of ramblings that make up drafts at Non-Fiction Gaming. Serena delivers grammar and corrections like an Iaido master, stillness one moment and a flurry of red across your vision the next.
Being the closest thing to an expert on technology and Internet systems, any questions aimed at Emma regarding networks or information technology are met with resounding silence and a blank stare before wandering off. Emma enjoys everything to do with Professor Layton and indulges her inner child with all games from Lego.
Strategy games both virtualised and tabletop, FPS, RPGs, MMOs and FPSMMORPGs Ed is a veteran of them all. He boasts a collection of games rivalled in size only by his 40K army and both keep growing and encroaching in to the space usually inhabited by a girlfriend.
Game Guides and Reviews
Stiv has been making himself an expert with reviews. Whether it’s lauding an awesome title or ruthlessly tearing it apart he’ll be offering his honest thoughts on any game be it past or present. A lover of RPG’s, particularly on his Xbox 360 he explores every corner of a game world even if it is utterly pointless. You always find the best loot that way.
Game Analysis and Reviews
Chris is a long time player of games, starting way back on the NES and having played every generation since. Between him and his brother, they have a ridiculously big library of games… BUT IT’S NEVER ENOUGH!
If you are angry about some obscure corner of gaming there aren’t many people who can say exactly what you were thinking and unable to articulate. Port brings just the right number of dong jokes to keep things light hearted, but through each full stop headbutted into the page you can feel the flared nostrils of bile and metal.
From fighting games and Sega fanboyism to trawling the depths of horror, Aidan is a gamer that’s been there, done that, and bought the t-shirt. Nowadays, when not being maimed by zombie mutants in Amnesia, he spends time looking at how video games are fast becoming the next major art form.
Non-Fiction Guests — Contributing Writers from Elsewhere
Her fiction work has been published in Nightmare Magazine, Aurealis Magazine, Dark Tales, and others, and her non-fiction work includes articles for Non-Fiction Gaming and Reading for Australia. Catherine currently works full-time in film & TV industry. She has worked in various roles on different productions, in both scripted and unscripted, such as Real Housewives of Melbourne, Formal Wars, and feature film Cut Snake.
The kind of gamer that will be happy to take on your team single handed with nothing but a knife then tea-bag each corpse in turn. Chazz will aggravate team members and enemies alike with uninterrupted banter. Underneath this Devil May Care attitude, Chazz really just doesn’t care what you think.
Emily – EMC
Self Confessed Superman lover, Emily McCoy is our freelance photographer. When she’s not taking photos she is keeping up to date on the latest games and talk at the Non-Fiction Gaming site for her gaming needs! She is very into Cosplay and loves going to events and seeing what fellow cosplayians make and create!
Non-Fiction Gaming also has regular contributions from its international network of overseas affiliates and gaming journalists.