Video Game Crunch is a website dedicated to bringing you all of the latest Video Game News, Reviews and Interviews.

About

We know you. You’ve been here before, right? Looked at a few of our articles and decided to stick around to see who we actually are? Or maybe you just wanted to know who we were before you checked out one of our Reviews or Opinion/Editorial pieces? We don’t mind; curiosity is was drives us here at Video Game Crunch, so we don’t blame you. So, who or what exactly is Video Game Crunch? Well, let us explain ourselves.

Who/What Is Video Game Crunch?

In short, Video Game Crunch is an online magazine that focuses exclusively on Video Games and related Pop Culture, be it Movies adapted from games or gaming merch. Simply put, we want to be your one stop shop for all things gaming with the latest News, Reviews and Interviews, and everything in between. We know that there’s a lot of competition out there, so we’re going to do our best to not only keep you informed, but entertained too. We’re not just going to give you straight news, but we’ll also do our best to give you as much analysis of this news as possible.

The History Of Video Game Crunch

Video Game Crunch was originally set up as a blog by our Editor-In-Chief Luke Luby in early 2016 as a way to keep himself writing, as well as a way to keep gamers informed; over this time, VG Crunch has reported on everything from massive AAA games to the smallest of Indie game releases. Before Luke realized it, the site was getting hundreds of views a week, and deserved much more than a humble Medium page.

Where Do We Go From Here?

While the website will be constantly tweaked and overhauled over the course of the next few months, we hope you’ll bare with us throughout these changes; after all, we wanted to give you the best news and analysis possible, so we’ll do our best to make sure that it’s presented to you in the best way possible too. Hopefully down the line, as we get more viewers and more contributors, we’ll be able to introduce podcasts and videos to VG Crunch. After all, video games need sound and visuals, so why shouldn’t the press?

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