The many tentacles of Critical Gamer on Twitter

Twitter is wonderful, isn’t it? It’s full of people typing things, and at least 12% of those things are vaguely interesting. Some of said people write for videogame websites and/or magazines and, while many of them take the opportunity to boast about the unreleased game they’re currently playing or make the baffling decision to boast about something they’re not allowed to talk about by declaring that they’re saying nothing about it, the Critical Gamer writers don’t do that. We simply bore you! And so now, of course, you’re itching to find out our Twitter handles.

Well first and foremost our latest account, which is most definitely not boring. Stephen’s been working hard on his ‘No Tune Unturned’ series, which concentrates on videogame music and the people who create it. Now this series has its very own Twitter account, @NoTuneUnturned, where you can find a different videogame song every single day. Well worth a follow! You’ll also want to follow the official account of the site itself of course, @Critical_Gamer, which will keep you up to date with all the latest posts (and possibly throw a retweet or lame joke your way every so often).

You can also, if you swing that way, follow most of the staff. Egotistical lefty liberal CG emperor Luke can be found @Jim_Crikey, while the man behind the aforementioned No Tune Unturned may be stalked via @StephenKelly180. You’ll know both of these from the latest podcast (and why on earth wouldn’t you have listened to that?), where you can also listen to Matt, @toomanywiresUK. Our token middle class boy Anthony can be found by proffering flavoured tea and biscuits with Italian names in the direction of @AnthonySHare, while our man in London tahn Steven (AKA Grumpy Gurevitz) jumps round Twitter via the handle @groovybitz. A Scottish flavoured writer may be found in the form of Kevin @Cubes1; and last but not least his fellow Scot, and everybody’s favourite misanthropist, Ian may be followed by hunting down @GamerIanD. If you follow him for 90 days without being offended or disagreeing with something he says, you win a prize*.

*There is no prize

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Written by Luke K

Luke plays lots of videogames, now and again stopping to write about them. He's the editor in chief at Critical Gamer, which fools him into thinking his life has some kind of value. Chances are, if you pick up a copy of the latest Official PlayStation Magazine or GamesMaster, you'll find something he's written in there. Luke doesn't have a short temper. If you suggest otherwise, he will punch you in the face.

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