About Us

GosuNoob.com is a product of our need to share game strategies and tips we discover with the gaming community. It all started more than 6 years ago, when we founded MMORPG-Life.com, a network site dedicated to the MMORPG genre. GosuNoob.com is our next ambitious project, where we use our expertise in the gaming field to bring the best strategy guides, features, interactive maps and latest news for single player video games. 

Our team consists of programmers, designers, content writers, and gamers, who are responsible for all the content and technical aspects of the website. We all have the same goal – to create high-quality guides that will help you complete the game, defeat bosses, find all hidden collectibles, earn achievements, and much more. 

We’re constantly evolving, with the aim to serve as an original source of information that improves your gaming experience. The content on our websites attracts more than 5 million gamers worldwide, who visit 12 million pages every month.

Gosu Noob crew are:

Author Serge profile picture
Having games be part of his life since Commodore 64 it was only natural that Serge co-founded GosuNoob.com. With every new game he travels from being the Noob to being Gosu. Whether he does coding or editorial work on the website he is still amazed by the fact that gaming is what he does for living.
Author Genius profile picture
Nadia's favorite cartoon character is Wile E. Coyote Super Genius (hence the nickname). She has an uncanny ability to discover what guides gamers will be interested in (another reason for the nick). She's a professor of mathematics in her spare time (another nickname justification). The only non-genius thing she did was co-found GosuNoob.
Author Lokesh profile picture
Lokesh still remembers Purra, the cat from Aion, and how finding her and helping other players by spreading the information made him feel proud. Presenting precise and clear guidelines that readers can easily comprehend is the goal he strives for. That being the case, please excuse the numerous lists and tables in his articles.
Author JoeTheBard profile picture
A language teacher and video game enthusiast turned rogue, Joe is on a quest to become the ultimate gaming journalist. This is somewhat hampered by his belief that the golden age of gaming ended with the PlayStation One, but he doesn't let that stop him. His favorite games include Soul Reaver and Undertale. Other interests are D'n'D, dad rock, complaining about movies, and being the self-appointed office funny man, which nobody else agrees with.
Author Suma profile picture
A lifelong gamer, Vladimir was always interested in gaming and what makes games tick. Before long, he found himself writing about games as well as playing them. No stranger to game guides which have often helped him make just the right decision in a particularly difficult quest, he’s very happy to be able to help his fellow gamers and give a little back to his favorite pastime.
Author carl.jackson profile picture
Carl Jackson is a gamer and action figure obsessive. A full-time writer, he loves to type obscure lists about Neo Geo arcade machines. Being a sensitive soul, games that make him cry are his passion. In fact, he still refuses to play Last of Us II as he knows he will blubber throughout the whole thing.
Author Gosu No0b profile picture
Sometimes articles on our website are a team effort. Such articles are published under the Gosu Noob author and that means the thing you are reading was created by the whole crew.


Review Crew

Author Qzma profile picture
Qzma is a doyen of video game journalism and brings 20+ years of experience in writing about video games to your unworthy eyes.
Author Milos profile picture
Games, guitar and thangs. Tried Civilization II back in the late nineties, never cared for having friends ever since. Likes his games to be worth their money.


These people helped shape GosuNoob throughout the years

Author Ketchua profile picture
Ketchua has been writing about games for far too long. As Señor Editor, he produces words (and stuff) for Gosunoob. There are a lot of words (and stuff) there, so he's terribly busy. Especially if you need something.