GamersNexus offers high-quality, professional coverage of current events in the computer hardware, information technology, and video game sectors of the market. Our news media is complemented with in-depth features that aim primarily to educate readers on the technological inner-workings of their devices, with the website working to make learning a fun and inviting process.
Steve started GamersNexus back when it was just a cool name, and now it's grown into an expansive website with an overwhelming amount of features. He recalls his first difficult decision with GN's direction: "I didn't know whether or not I wanted 'Gamers' to have a possessive apostrophe -- I mean, grammatically it should, but I didn't like it in the name. It was ugly. I also had people who were typing apostrophes into the address bar - sigh. It made sense to just leave it as 'Gamers.'"
First world problems, Steve. First world problems.View Profile
Patrick "Mocalcium" Stone is our resident expert in all things hardware: Whether it's semiconductor technology, microarchitecture behind a new CPU, or solid-state storage advancements, he covers everything from the most highly-technical, detailed viewpoint. When he's not working on GN content, he can be found playing RPGs or tearing apart his computer and rebuilding it (or both ... at the same time).View Profile
Michael Kerns first found us when Steve was tirelessly answering questions on reddit pertaining to a new product launch, likely after the Editor had stayed up all night writing the news post. Michael offered a tired Editor reprieve, taking over the role of questions-answerer-extraordinaire when it was most needed. These days, Michael can be found pulling his mechanical keyboard collection apart and building Frankenstein's Monster-like monsters of keyboards. Michael wrote the vast majority of our mechanical keyboard dictionary (say, check this out: Cherry MX Switches) and is an expert in keyboards.View Profile
Social Media Manager & Case Reviewer
Patrick Lathan is GN's resident social media expert, handling the likes of our Twitter, Steam, & Facebook pages, along with fan interaction. As of 2015, Patrick will be heading-up GN's case reviews, guaranteeing wit and sarcasm directed toward cases misfortunate enough to attract his gaze.View Profile
Video Producer & News Editor
Keegan Gallick is a senior behind-the-scenes member of Team GN and routinely contributes to convention shooting & production, game news and review editorials, and video scripting for game content pieces. Like most of our team, Keegan is highly critical of games and not easily impressed -- but when he is impressed, it's a game seriously worth getting. Asked of his favorite games, Keegan pointed toward "Soldat," an FPS from 2002.
We're still not sure if he was serious.View Profile
Andrew has been part of the behind-the-scenes GamersNexus team for years -- nearly since its creation -- and has contributed to logo design and video animations. Andrew also works to film B-roll, including the fancy rolling shots, edit and cut videos, animate technical sequences, and perform video production functions. He's got a keen eye and a good means of creatively working with Steve's "I'm not sure what I want it to look like, but..." demands.View Profile
Jim has been shooting photos of CES, GTC, and GDC events for us for years, and doubles as a CUDA programmer for his other profession. Jim's been programming for decades, does some in-house code work for GN, and provides expert hardware analysis backed by profound experience in the industry. Some of his past work for GN includes a tour of the Computer History Museum near San Jose, written articles on press conferences at CES, and photography of new products at shows.View Profile