Brittany Vincent is an accomplished video game and entertainment writer whose work has been featured in various publications and online venues over the years. She’s been writing professionally for over ten years and enjoys combining her lifelong love of gaming and extensive video game knowledge with her passion for the written word.
Her work can be seen throughout dozens of print and digital outlets such as Popular Science, Maxim, Official Xbox Magazine, PlayStation: The Official Magazine, Hyper Magazine, Otaku USA, PSM3, BuzzFeed, Maximum PC, AskMen, Shacknews, Modojo, Tom’s Guide, Laptop Magazine, GameSpot, G4, Kotaku, Joystiq, IGN, Destructoid and GamesRadar.
Over the past few years, she’s also worked with PR representatives to build relationships and obtain review products for her work, having managed her own gaming website and small teams to attend video game conventions such as PAX East in 2010 and E3 in 2011. In addition, she was previously the community manager at Japanator and associate editor at Destructoid.
Though gaming attention deficit disorder has Brittany firmly in its clutches with tempting new releases here and there, DLC every other month, and money burning a hole in her pocket, she’s gone back to enjoy several of these favorites time and time again — titles that are dear to her heart. These consist of but are not limited to Parasite Eve, Final Fantasy IX, Halo, Chrono Cross, No One Lives Forever, Rise of the Triad, Space Channel 5, System Shock 2, Dead Space, Day of the Tentacle, and Um Jammer Lammy.
Brittany is always willing to take on new projects and can offer coverage on various subjects, including video games, technology, entertainment, music and more. Please contact her if you feel she may be a good fit for your publication!