Everygame currently hosts seven authors, with the potential for more in the near future.
Angus writes the TL;DR blog, which features short fiction and essays about many things.
Mekki collects degrees like shitty wall art, and channels his OCD tendencies into interesting and important things, like gaming, bargain hunting, and chasing skirts.
Scott is playing SNES ROMs with a keyboard because his Logitech Dual Action USB gamepad stopped working and he is far too lazy to do anything about this. He feels as though his experience writing facetious reviews has prepared him to face the challenges he will meet at EVERY GAME… EVER. Holy shit wait, look at how many games we’re supposed to review! That name suddenly feels too real.
Will spends far more time thinking about and writing about games than he does playing them. He also has a proclivity for terrible typos.
Travis blogs about philosophy and literature. When it comes to video games, he’s like those scary pornstars you always avoid watching: he likes it hard and fast, with lots of bodily fluids spraying everywhere.
Tiff, when confronted with the possibility of writing a blurb for this authors page, said this: “Tiff wants Will to make something up about her.” Tiff does not look like a cartoon pilot but perhaps somewhat like the kumquat tree from Day Of The Tentacle. FACT BOMB.
Adam found us not too long ago and is now a writer. If he weren’t Australian, and he weren’t working for free, that’d basically be the American dream.
Andydiluvian has no other blog, and hasn’t told me what to put here, but he writes here, so there’s that.
Jared is brand new and I don’t really know him. I should ask him what his deal is, I suppose.