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Quinns is like the man of steel except actually it's cardboard. After being generally brilliant at writing about videogames he leapt into the world of analog gaming and founded the amazing Shut Up & Sit Down.
Keza started working professionally within games media at a frankly frightening age, and has since gone on to be successful at a rate that just frankly makes everyone else look bad. She currently works as the Editor of Kotaku UK.
Joe Skrebels without a cause, Skrebels' Screwball Scramble, "Gettin' Skrebby With It", and 2 Skrebels 2 Furious: Return of the Skrebs. But Joe isn't just an international film star, he's also a hugely talented writer and records a podcast called Chat Very Good.
Aoife is a talented writer, presenter, and video producer, and generally has a bloody excellent grasp on what's what in the world of games. She currently works as part of Eurogamer's video team.
Probably the funniest writer in the games industry, Steve is a flippant force for good who knows exactly how to use karate. He can also be found on the Regular Features Podcast.
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Tamoor is probably the only regular guest on the podcast who knows what he's talking about when it comes to fighting games. I'm always impressed by that, anyway. You can also find Tamoor on Chat Very Good.
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Otherwise known as Tam McGleish or Auld Da, Jim is a talented comedy actor in addition to knowing his oats about games. I don't know why oats are so important, but I guess they are these days.
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The artist otherwise known as "Pip" has appeared beside Matt on Shut Up & Sit Down on a number of occasions, but also writes about lovely PC games for Rock Paper Shotgun.
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Log is very rarely on the podcast on account of the fact that he now runs a pub in Nottingham. Despite that, he remains one of the funniest people in the industry, and will continue to hold this prestigious position even when entirely sacks it off. Oh, he also records the Regular Features Podcast. His pub is called The King Billy, and you should go and buy a pint.
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