Nathan P. Gibson

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Sunderland, United Kingdom
Teesside University
Xbox, Nintendo, Indie Gaming
  • Nathan has interviewed a number of high-profile independent game developers over the years to discuss their influences and aims. These have included Alx Preston of Heart Machine, the developer behind the critically acclaimed Hyper Light Drifter, and Cuphead's co-director Chad Moldenhauer.
  • He has written dozens of reviews for games on consoles such as the Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One.
  • As an avid gamer, he has owned every major console since the Dreamcast and possesses a video game backlog that will likely never be surmounted.


Nathan first joined Alb Media in 2021, writing for brands such as Looper and SVG, and then moved to OneByte in 2022 to provide specialist video game articles. Before that, he worked as a freelance writer covering the gaming industry for a wide array of sites, including The Independent, Pop Geeks, Cultured Vultures, and Screen Rant — contributing reviews, news, features, and guides. He has also spent more than a year working as an editor for CBR between 2019 and 2020, where he managed a team of more than 20 writers.


Nathan attended Teesside University and graduated in 2012 with a BSc in psychology, learning a lot about long-form writing and critical thinking along the way.
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