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Alex Co – Editor-in-Chief
-Favorite Games: Battlefield franchise, Metal Gear Solid, Street Fighter II, Lunar, Final Fantasy IX and whatever Naughty Dog cooks up.
Alex Co has been infatuated by games ever since he first held his hands on a keyboard and control pad. Not only did it escalate when he grew up playing fighting games in the arcades, but it was enough to convince him that covering games is what he wanted to do for a living until the day he can say “game over.” Nowadays, you can see him playing the latest multiplayer game, and calling everyone “noobs” for no good reason, tackling the latest AAA action-adventure game, watching the latest horror film or educating his two daughters that gaming is one of life’s essentials regardless if people believe him or not.
Anthony “Sev” Severino – Founder/Executive Editor
-Favorite Games: Mortal Kombat II, The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim, Red Dead Redemption, Final Fantasy Tactics, Anything SNES
Although his official role at PlayStation LifeStyle is Executive Editor, Anthony finds himself doing graphic design, sales, marketing, even being the site’s in-house electrician and janitor if that’s what his day calls for. This ‘Jack of all Trades’ founded PSLS due to his overwhelming passion for the video games industry and more specifically the PlayStation brand. Anthony is more than just a boss, he is a leader who truly strives at making everyone else around him the best they can be. When Anthony isn’t working at PlayStation LifeStyle or the other websites he manages, including CraveOnline.com, GameRevolution.com, and ActionTrip.com, he is a happy husband and proud father. Anthony lives for the things he loves most in life, his immediate family, and his extended family which consists of the staff he’s assembled and the loyal readers who visit PlayStation LifeStyle daily.
Cameron Teague – PR Manager/Reviews Coordinator
-Favorite Games: Ultima Online, Suikoden III, Counter-Strike: Source
Cameron has been a gamer ever since he first got hooked on Gemfire for the SNES way back when. RPG’s, specifically the Suikoden series, are his poison of choice when it comes to gaming, but he enjoys almost every genre out there. In the odd case that Cameron is not gaming (seriously, it rarely happens), he is a proud father of 2 and a huge anime/manga buff. Cameron has always been a fan of the PlayStation brand and has been working for PSLS since 2007.
Chandler Wood – Senior Editor/Morning Wood Co-Host
-Favorite Games: Metal Gear Solid, Kingdom Hearts, Red Dead Redemption
Chandler has been playing video games for most of his life, starting in the late 80′s (his life that is). His first real passion and appreciation for games however, came with the PlayStation and Final Fantasy VII. Since that time he has become a dedicated PlayStation advocate and an avid PSN trophy hunter, with an impressive trophy count to back his gaming claims that can be viewed here, and as of 2012, a member of the PSLS staff. ‘Chandy’ has an amazing wife that fully supports his love of games, beer, coffee, and PlayStationLifeStyle.
Jason Dunning – Lead News Editor
Dan Oravasaari – Multimedia Editor/Bad Gamer
-Favorite Games: Metal Gear Solid, Journey and Counter-Strike 1.6 In his time with PlayStation LifeStyle, Dan has interviewed and worked with some of the biggest names in the industry, but many will recognize him as the Host of Bad Gamers, PSLS Live and one of the main writers behind the beloved Daily Reaction feature. He resides in the California Bay Area, and manages his time between producing daily features, PR, event coordination and light staff management. Besides all of that, he is a working freelance artist and loves interacting with other gamers just like himself. So, if you ever need anything, he is your man.
Heath Hindman – Japanese Editor
-Favorite Games: Final Fantasy Tactics, Nier, Skies of Arcadia -Also can be found on GameRevolution.com and RPGLand.com When PSLS needs eyes on the streets of Japan, Heath is the go-to guy. He’s been writing game news and reviews online since 2002 and joined the PlayStation LifeStyle team in 2010. You’ll usually see him writing import reviews, Japanese news updates, and PlayStation JapanStyle.
Zarmena Khan – News & Features Contributor
-Favorite games: Assassin’s Creed franchise, Heavy Rain, LA Noire, GTA: San Andreas, anything action-adventure
Zarmena’s long-term relationship with video games began when she discovered her father’s collection of video games for the Sinclair ZX Spectrum at a time when gaming was “something only boys did.” Discouraged by a culture of non-acceptance, she went on to complete higher education and ended up with a Master of Science degree from the UK, specializing in international business. After living in two continents and having worked for various multinationals and the British government, she decided to take a leap of faith like Ezio Auditore and recently settled for freelancing in the games industry. She’s proud to be a part of PSLS.
D’yani Wood – Community Manager/Morning Wood Co-Host
-Favorite Games: The Sims, Skyrim, Journey
A not-so-rare girl gamer, D’yani has loved playing video games in various forms her whole life. She is our own writer Chandler’s lifetime co-op buddy. She plays all the MMOs and open-world RPGs, so her busy husband can play them vicariously through her while still maintaining a job (or two). As a graphic designer and photographer, she loves all the beautiful, deep, and emotional aspects of video games. She is a lover of The Beatles, animals, and being nice.
Louis Edwards – Contributing Editor
-Favorite Games: Ridge Racer 7, MLB: The Show ,Gran Turismo
Louis is a Contributing Editor at PlayStation LifeStyle. His gaming experience goes way back to the late 70’s arcade era and rumor has it that he still owns an Atari 2600 console. He is the father of 3 and grandfather of 2. Donations for his daughter’s education at UC San Diego are gladly accepted. (JK?) He has been with PSLS since 2009 and covers live events in the San Francisco area. GDC anyone?