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One of the founders of the Mist Network and RPG Site, Alex has been with RPG Site since the beginning. He currently acts as the site publisher, and the director of its parent company. He oversees editorial policy and occasionally contributes content while also acting as the all-seeing eye across the network, dealing with advertising, community and PR issues.
Outside of RPG Site, Alex spends his days working for Gamer Network's VG247 and can also be found writing and appearing on camera for a variety of other video games media publications.
Mike was with UFFSite for several years before co-founding the UFF Network in collaboration with Alex Donaldson and Phil Conheady in June 2006. He is currently in charge of the network technology, including the site's custom-built content management system and the pages that end-users (you) see.
As well as being the man for the network's technology, Mike is also a keen member of the Network Community and contributes to day-to-day running of the site through bug fixes and design tweaks, also stepping into a PR role when Alex is unable.
The head Reviews Editor for RPG Site, since 2013.
Bryan is a long time gamer and enjoys meeting people who share the hobby. He loves to dabble into PC rpgs as well as whatever the newest Final Fantasy or Tales game is. Always like to mess with streaming software he never uses or computer components he doesn't need.
Outside of gaming, Bryan works in the tech sector as an engineer for electronics manufacturing, but is casually looking for opportunities to move closer to the video game realm.
Usually can be found tweeting about games or otherwise random thoughts at @ZeoMassicot
Kite is a huge fan of Japanese games hailing from Indonesia, Southeast Asia. He learned the Japanese language by himself due to his fascination with Japanese voiceovers & theme songs, and he channels that passion by translating gaming news from Japan on the internet.
The .hack tetralogy is one of his most favorite RPGs, and it's also where part of his namesake comes from. He can also be found posting news on more Japanese games other than RPGs at his Twitter account @bk2128.
Eternally craving for the next great RPG, Josh travels around the world of video games carrying the hopes and dreams of the masses to find the one true RPG.
Until then, you can follow him on Twitter @HD_Kirin which may or may not have RPGs on it. Tuesdays are usually a good time to check in unless it's Golden Week.
James has been writing about video games since 2014, and has left his mark at sites such as TechRaptor, Operation Rainfall, and now RPG Site. He's been playing RPGs since he was a kid, and knows more than a thing or two about Monster Hunter.
You can follow him @Theswweet on Twitter.
Chao is a part-time writer for RPG Site, his other hobbies is focused on writing strategy guides on Gamefaqs and Neoseeker. You might know him by his alias, Zoelius, instead.
If Nomura's involved with it, there's a strong chance George will want to talk about it. George also claims that the ultimate RPG is himself but we've yet to see any levelling up or damage numbers from him.
Proud believer in cats, curry, and cafe con leche. Bylines at TheGamer, RPGFan, and Nova Crystallis. Catch me @QuintonWrites, about that?
Alex - also known as 'Seedy' - has been around the UK games writing scene for a fair while now. He pours a good chunk of his time into running his own site, Nintendo Insider, but on occasion he shows his face here on RPG Site to talk about the genre - and to give himself a break from only ever covering Nintendo!
John Davison is a part-time contributor to RPG Site who spends his day-to-day teaching English in Japanese schools. Being fluent in the home language of many of the genre's finest, John intermittently provides impressions on Japanese releases and translations of the latest news from Japanese publications.