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access_time May 25, 2011 at 5:51 PM in Features by Josh "Clyde" McIllwain

Introducing, Clyde!

Greetings, fellow gamers!

If you are asking yourself, “Who the hell is this guy?” I completely understand. Let me introduce myself.

My name is Josh “Clyde” McIllwain (pronounced Mack-ill-wayne) and I have been a gamer my entire life. I was nurtured from the Atari 2600 and NES and have owned nearly every gaming console since. I have also been a writer for over a decade with some editorial experience as well. I have been fortunate enough to join the GotGame crew to uncomfortably express my love for all things gaming, and I hope you all enjoy many of my future inane ramblings.

I’ll be bringing you the occasional news item and weekly releases, but I also have many ideas for fun experiences for the community. Do you like talking about retro video games? Because I sure do! But if you have any suggestions or ideas for features or reviews, I would love to hear them. I am here to make this site better for you, the reader, and your opinions and feedback are important to me.

Enough about that, though. You probably want to know more about this mystery man that is talking way too much. Well, you’ll find that my tastes in gaming are extremely broad and diverse. I own all of the current consoles and also take pride in being an avid PC gamer. I happen to also know a lot about PC hardware as I used to work in the IT field, so if you ever need suggestions for building your own PC gaming rig, shoot me a message! I also love to travel and have spent a fair amount of time visiting various countries across the globe. Oh, and I play Dungeons and Dragons. I know, I know… You’re jealous, right?

Don’t be shy, send me a message and introduce yourselves to me as well! You’ll see me interacting with the community from time to time and I would love to chat with you all. But in the meantime, I’ve got some games to write about!


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