God is a Geek

After football, Dan’s second love (not including people, obviously) is video games. He writes EY3ZVTH__400x400about them primarily for godisageek.com. God is a Geek is an independent video game website that is run by a group of amazing people who all do it for their love of the medium, and are just as good as anyone else in the industry.

Dan joined in February 2015 and is a Staff Writer. His duties include: news, game previews, attending industry events like E3 and EGX, interviews, game reviews, interesting and unique features, guides, press trips, appearing in videos and featuring on the weekly God is a Geek Podcast.

You can check out a selection of his favourite pieces of work below:


The real-life abandoned asylum of The Town of Light

Is the contrast between Far Cry 5’s story and its gameplay too jarring?

Five crazy things that happened while playing Far Cry 5

Best of 2015: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

My Lovely Horse: Roach Vs. D-Horse

How Mafia lost the soul

Looking at the stars suddenly made me very excited for No Man’s Sky


The Long Dark Review

Action Henk

Her Majesty’s SPIFFING Review

Gone Home

The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine



From Beauty and the Beast to King’s Quest: An Interview with Voice Actor, Richard White

Dying Light Producer Tymon Smektala

PES 2017: The Adam Bhatti Interview

DONTNOD’s narrative director Stéphane Beauverger


Ubisoft has tweaked the formula to make Far Cry 5 better than it’s ever been

A Plague Tale: Innocence has a dark tone and an interesting take on the horrors of war

For Honor is a bloody union of intelligence and brute force

10 Things we’ve learned after playing Watch_Dogs 2

PES 2017 could be the greatest football game ever

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is like the Witcher made by Studio Ghibli

Guides & Tips

Nier Automata

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Horizon Zero Dawn

Eight tips to make you a sniping machine in Sniper Ghost Warrior 3


Dying Light: The Following Review Chit-Chat

Dan & Greg Play: Bro Force

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