The team behind The Reticule is ready and raring to go, this is your chance to meet them.
Chris Evans is the man behind The Reticule, he was involved in the creation of the site originally back in the old days and has brought together this band of scoundrels to lead the site to new levels of quality. You may have spotted him appear on Resolution, half-life2.net and very rarely, Rock, Paper, Shotgun. When things go wrong, point the finger at him.
Found in Coventry, Andrew Eldridge is a student by day, a gamer by night. Part of the re-launch team, he’s responsible for providing reviews and features, primarily for PC and Xbox 360, but occasionally venturing outside his comfort zone to cover PS3 too. Andrew’s been actively gaming since his introduction to Age of Empires over a decade ago. How time flies!
An evil homicidal AI trapped in the body of a human fleshy meatsack, Ben Borthwick spends his spare runtime in-between diabolical schemes to kill the human race and world domination by freelance writing about games and has had his work featured in such places as the Official XBox Magazine and PC Gamer magazine in the UK.
A 20-year old Journalism student at Huddersfield University. He started with a Computer Games Programming course before realising that coding was too limiting. Now he plays games, writes about them and sometimes writes scripts for them. Amazingly he isn’t sick of playing or writing about games yet.
Kevin is a 24 year old resident of Edinburgh, he loves his indie and retro titles as much as the next AAA release. He spends a lot of time on his 360, but occasionally escapes to play on the PC or one of his many retro consoles. Kevin also loves pie.
Nick is new to the team, as such he doesn’t warrant a longer description.
Lewis can often be found wandering around Hull in a state of confusion. In his spare time he likes to look for enough money to survive. Lewis knows all of the words, including the rude ones. His interests include writing, puppies, indies, and shooting men in the face.
Previous contributors include Steph Woor, Michael Johnson and Dan Ellis.