What We Do

GamerLexicon Entertainment is your go-to resource for all things geeky.
The GamerLexicon Review

Objective reviews of games and comics.

The GamerLexicon Podcast

Listen to the GamerLexicon staff discuss games, media, and more.

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Walkthroughs, streams, and other video entertainment.

GamerLexicon Magazine

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News, mini-reviews, updates, and more!

About GamerLexicon Entertainment

Get to know our geek culture.
It's good to be geeky.

Here at GamerLexicon Entertainment, we speak geek. We’re all proud geeks here, and we write honest, down-to-earth reviews of anything you can think of, from games to comics, anime to movies. We’re always working on building our site and expanding our database of content. Our reviews range from AAA games and comics to small indie titles. Our fandom encompasses all, and we feel our reviews should do the same.

Meet the Team

Just a pair of dedicated geeks.
J. Louis
Webmaster
Writer/Editor
Network Administrator
Co-Founder
Joshua “J.” Louis is a copywriter by trade, but also a part-time graduate student of English and Creative Writing, with a concentration in fiction and medieval literature. He loves a good story more than anything else, hence his obsession with JRPGs and strategy games, like Pokémon, Fire Emblem, and pretty much anything that has a semblance of a narrative. His thesis, The Fall of House Blackford, blends everything that he loves about medieval literature with elements of modern fantasy-fiction. He likes to think it doesn’t suck.
Dylan Woods
Editor in Chief
Co-Founder
Writer/Editor
Dylan graduated with a BA in Creative Writing from SUNY Oswego. He’s a metalhead that mainly writes Lovecraftian horror fiction, but has dipped his toes in everything from nonfiction to playwriting. He loves all things superhero, and (much to his fiancé’s chagrin) collects way too many comics. He owns a PS4, Wii U, PS Vita, and 3DS, and he’s been playing video games since he could hold a controller. His favorite games are the main Pokémon series, Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time, God of War II, and inFamous 2.