About

The Pixl Press is a group of outstanding citizens who enjoy gaming and want nothing more than to just throw our gaming culture into your eyeballs. We are a grassroots effort without much fancy software or hardware, but that does not deter us from trying to put a fresh spin on the video game world around us. We DO NOT rate things with trivial numbers or stars. We provide commentary to the happenings around us, talk about our experience with the topic and hope to do it with a little wit and charm. Okay, only wit.

This site is only as good as the community around it, and we appreciate all those that read and comment on our content. If you really want to get crazy, you could like or even subscribe to our site. Technology! I know! Whatever you decide to do, we’ll be here doing what we love. Any suggestions or feedback that you might have, please send us to: pixlpress@gmail.com. Thank you for stopping by.

It is a great time to be a gamer.

-The Pixl Press

Comments
7 Responses to “About”
  1. Susan says:

    I just read James’s article and have to say I was very impressed with his knowledge. As someone who knows James very well, I will be the first to admit that I was the one who would go into his room after midnight and take his game away. He had school the next day or it was to late for him to be awake. If you have not figured it out, I am his mother. I can tell you James has always surprized me when it comes to gaming. I have sat and watched him play and to this day I still cannot fully understand the eye-hand coordination he has developed that is needed to play. I have tried in resent years to learn to play and I’m at more of a baby level. I am very proud of James and support him in this indiver and anything he wants to do.

    Love Mom

  2. Trevor says:

    You need a suggestion box on your front page. Some of the readers may have ideas for topics, but have the neither the skill nor the time to fully investigate or present the topic in an entertaining way.

    For example make Nate write about how PC is superior to consoles in almost everyway. (Your welcome Nate.)

    • Ryan says:

      I think that is an excellent idea. Nate should probably make this high priority and not take a shower until this article sees the light of day.

      Thanks for commenting.

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