Games Coverage with more Soul

Joining our eleven existing niche writers we have Adam Standing. His moniker is the Soulful Gamer, and rather than writing about game mechanics, graphics and sound, he will be looking for a deeper experience. In his own words:

"Soulful gaming is found in a myriad of places. Games that tell a meaningful story with believable characters. Games that tackle issues larger than the latest run and gun technology. And for me in particular, games that connect me to an inspiring story often quietly overlooked by other players."

"Growing older means I want more than just a visual experience from a game. Sure, I enjoy a mindless shooter or arcade racer as much as the next man. But sitting down to play something around a meaningful drama with life engaging themes is the real stuff that gives me chills."

As Game People continues to invest in unusual and interesting responses to video games we are excited by the level of interest both from the online gaming press and national media. A number of ourwriters have proved the wisdom of this approach by landing substantial freelancing contract work.

About Game People

We are games writers with a difference. Throwing mass media out the window, this is personal media. We don't just want to be read by you, we want to interact with you, chat with you and even get to know you (well, a bit at least).

Like you, our writers come from all walks of life. Parents, young adults, teenagers, mid-lifers and retirees all with busy lives; but also like you, fitting in some games along the way. Before too long you should be able to find someone enough like you to read and understand.

Contact: editor@gamepeople.co.uk


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