A gamer since birth, George Roush has always had a passion for anything involving a quarter and a joystick. George has provided video game content for sites like IGN. He also wrote the on camera dialog and constructed story segments for the Electronic Entertainment Expo's yearly E3 insider show called Floored. George also has a background in film writing, interviewing celebrities and writing news and set visit pieces for various film sites. His business background includes having worked for Netflix and MGM Studios.
George Roush Biography
Puzzle games seem to be all the rage in the App Store. When Threes popped up, gamers flocked to it (and its clone).
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That's one way to spice up your reviews.
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No hackers here. Just a bunch of badasses.
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Xbox sign out. No, wait! Dammit.