The Games Tribe announce launch of three more specialist websites

Bristol, 07/12/10

The Games Tribe, the specialist video games media business, today marks the next phase of its expansion with the launch of three new websites, each covering niche gaming areas. Reporting on all the latest happenings in and around the first-person shooter genre is The site will be managed by Adrian Vergara, who also runs Australian-based website Long-time games journalist Dean Samways covers games based around comic books and films at, while a group of seasoned Nintendo fans offer comprehensive coverage of the forthcoming Nintendo 3DS handheld console and its games at

All three sites come under the umbrella of parent site and will be overseen by editor-in-chief Nick Ellis. The launches represent a continuation of the next phase of The Games Tribe’s planned expansion and follow the launch of two specialist RPG blogs at the start of the December, and Further launches will follow later this month and early in the new year.

The Games Tribe's Rich Keith said:“These new sites will enable us to extend our influence into these key gaming areas with each of them reaching out to all the specialist blogs, fansites and communities that cover these niches.”

Visit the websites at:

The Games Tribe is looking for writers to manage its next wave of site launches. Anyone interested in writing for and maintaining one of our planned sites can email Nick Ellis for more details at


About The Games Tribe

The GamesTribe ltd is a specialist video games media group set up by games media veteran Rich Keith, a former editor and publisher of PC Gamer, Official PlayStation Magazine and FirstPlay. For more on The Games Tribe go to

For more information

Rich Keith, director 0845 116 2719 / 07740866250 /


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