Here at PCGamesN we write about all things PC gaming, including news, features, guides, reviews, and more. We cover everything that we think is interesting to PC players – big or small, old or new. With a large and dedicated editorial staff, we’re always looking to make the site and our coverage better for our audience.
The hivemind/hydra behind PCGamesN.com. If in doubt, just scroll wildly and pick a name at random.
Richard Scott-Jones – Editor
Your contact for things not covered elsewhere, or to fruitlessly argue the ’90s have been surpassed.
Jordan Forward – Deputy Editor
Loves SEO so much he once carved a pumpkin in its honour. Also fields feature pitches.
Gina Lees – Guides Editor
Fudge, whisky, and SEO. Gina cannot live without all three. Freelancers: send guide pitches her way.
Carrie Talbot – News Editor
Obsessed with cats, cake, and copy. Get in touch with news tips or story corrections.
Resident strategy expert and likes to listen to catchy songs on repeat. Says a lot of things.
Damien Mason – Hardware Editor
Hard wearin’ hardware king. Get in touch for all your PC tech review needs.
Jen Rothery – Deputy Guides Editor
A rare example of a Dota 2 player with an actual sense of humour, Jen’s words are a real treat.
Iain Harris – Deputy News Editor
Our investigative attack dog. A sweet pup who knows how to tell a community story or two.
Dustin Bailey – Senior News Writer
Covers the evening news shift and, as an American, all stories about British sports.
Ian Boudreau – Senior News Writer
Whisperer of traffic from obscure strategy and 4X games, weaves gold on the evening shift.
Christian Vaz – Staff Writer
London-based guides writer and fan of Hearthstone and Spelunky.
Dave Irwin – Staff Writer
Guides maven with a penchant for fighting games and Soulslikes.
Sam Scott – Ecommerce Editor
Dedicated to hunting down the best gaming deals (and Dwemer ruins). Drop her a line for all your affiliate requests.
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