Arcade Sushi Staff and Contact Info
Arcade Sushi prides itself on its comprehensive video game news coverage, but it’s the cultural aspects that shine brightest. Gaming isn't just press releases and trailers, and we deliver culture news on cosplay, collectibles, clothing, action figures and more. While most video game news brands are content to just present the facts as given, Arcade Sushi provides stories from a team of passionate gamers that couldn’t be told elsewhere.
Contact Arcade Sushi:
Phone: (203) 861-0900
Address: 240 Greenwich Avenue | Greenwich, CT 06830
Now Editor-in-chief of Arcade Sushi, Luke Brown is an experienced video game journalist who has contributed to Official Xbox Magazine and Games Radar. An avid comic fan and action figure junkie, he also founded The Quarter Bin, and co-hosts one of the top-rated video game podcasts on iTunes, the Continuecast.
John "J-Mart" Martin is a self-proclaimed geek, an adult LEGO aficionado, has mediocre musical abilities, is a Vault Hunter and is also currently trying to amass a collection of tabletop games and Magic: The Gathering cards. He's been writing most of his young life but first cut his video game writing teeth at Warp Zoned. Now he's rocking with the rolls at Arcade Sushi and wishes that he could view real life through a Retina display.
Jon Ledford first started at Arcade Sushi thinking that it was a sushi barcade, which unfortunately doesn't exist..yet. With distinct opinions in regards to gaming and a deep fondness of 90's cartoons, anime, B movies, and RPGs with world maps (no lists of cities and destinations, thank you), Jon spends his off time patiently waiting for an HD remake or sequel to Final Fantasy 6. Graduating magna cum laude from Rowan University and Atlantic Cape Community College's 2010 Communication Major of the Year, Jon is also the leader of an underground resistance fighting against the forcing of motion technology into the world of console gaming.
Alex Langley can control gravity, swim at over eight-hundred miles per second, and has a dangerous, borderline nuclear passion for writing. He also writes news, interviews, and comics for the website rocketllama.com, has over 20,000 followers on twitter, and edits content for geek girl/web celebrity "Action Chick" Katrina Hill at actionflickchick.com. Thousands follow his work online, and he has been a speaker on panels at conventions, including Wonder-Con, and San Diego Comic-Con International. His published works also include academic papers.
Greg Srisavasdi has been covering press junkets and reviewing films since 1991, where he covered the movie beat for the UCLA Daily Bruin. After years working as a entertainment radio journalist for Westwood One, he currently writes and edits for HollywoodOutbreak.com. If he's not watching a movie, you can catch him glued to his iPad, playing iOS games and refusing to grow up!
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.
Katrina Hill, the Action Flick Chick, is a film critic, convention rat, and in her off time, a gamer. She has loved all things action since a young age. A few of her favorite games include Left 4 Dead and Plants vs. Zombies. Follow her on Facebook at Action Flick Chick.
Chris Urie has been writing everything from reviews to features and interviews since 2010. In addition to being a contributor to Arcade Sushi and Guyspeed, he's a staff writer for Geekadelphia, covering everything from 8-bit music concerts to interviews with prominent Philadelphia Geeks. He's also the resident bookshelf expert for Quirk Books. You can find more of his occasional musings at his website.