Game genres they like most:
A man so big he is often mistaken for an end of level boss, Simon's love of video games is only rivalled by his life-long obsession with WWE and a need to consume all the protein in the world.
Tom likes to think of himself as the Optimus Prime of the VideoGamer world. While he's passed on the Matrix to someone new, the fans still think of him with love and affection (edit: this was written by Tom).
In his younger years James was so good at games he held one of the fastest times in the country for Koopa Troopa Beach on Mario Kart 64. He then quit playing for reading press releases.
When Dave isn't looking into the next big news story he's pre-ordering so many games he often forgets what he's bought. He also has the worst taste in games in the VG office.
Steve has gone by many names during his video game writing career, but most people know him as the man who hates everything and everyone apart from Manchester United and blazers.
Once known primarily for his hair, Matt is now in charge of VideoGamer.com's strange and engaging video content - although there's also the risk his hair may one day take centre stage again.
Northern lad Chris is Matt's partner in crime, although sadly for him he looks so young he recently got ID'd while buying a pack of Fruit Pastilles. He also can't pronounce words properly.
After coding himself a human body to manifest his A.I, Adam dominated the world of Unreal Tournament. He also invented the word 'Pwn' by removing 2 letters from 'Prawn'.
Spence. The Spencemeister. Spenceatron. Whatever you call him; this giant of a man can be seen towering above rooftops, clutching an Xbox controller covered in rage-driven bitemarks.
Master of the dark HTML arts, Cole only sees the world in code. Nobody quite know's where he came from, having turned up a few years ago. He should also not be observed directly with the naked eye