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Big thanks to these former editors and contributors
Ryan Hartmann – Managing Editor, Reviews Editor
Ben Dutka, former Editor-in-Chief of over 10 years
Val, original founder
Arnold Katayev, original co-founder
Matthew Stensrud – Executive-Editor over 2 years
Kimbery J. Zicopula
Joseph Comunale – former Senior-Editor
Bryan Keers – former News-Editor
Aaron Thomas – former Senior Editor then Editor-in-Chief. Left us for GameSpot 🙁
Murak Okten – getting us some pretty PSP wallpapers
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