Jeff Gerstmann

Jeffrey Michael Gerstmann (born August 1, 1975) is an American video game journalist and musician. Former editorial director of the gaming website GameSpot and the co-founder/editor of the gaming website Giant Bomb, Gerstmann began working at GameSpot in the fall of 1996, around the launch of VideoGameSpot when GameSpot split PC and console games into separate areas. He shared his thoughts on a variety of other subjects every Monday on his GameSpot blog before his dismissal from GameSpot in 2007 following a scandal over his review of Kane & Lynch: Dead Men.
Posts about Jeff Gerstmann
  • Far Cry 4's Devil Birds Are The Worst

    … to eat your face. The first time it happens its shocking. And then it happens again. And again. Giant Bomb's Jeff Gerstmann captures the moment perfectly in this video: Notice that he's already complaining about the birds, and then another one drops in to remind him, yet again, fuck these birds. Here is my in-progress Far Cry 4 review: “Far Cry 3…

    Yannick Lejacq/ Kotaku- 3 readers -

  • The Game Awards 2014 Nominees Announced - News

    …, The Creative Assembly/Sega Child of Light - Coeur de pirate, Ubisoft Montreal Destiny - Marty O’Donnell, Bungie/Activision Sunset Overdrive - Boris Salchow, Insomniac Games/Microsoft Transistor - Darren Korb, Supergiant Games Best Independent Game Broken Age Part 1 - Double Fine Monument Valley - Ustwo Shovel Knight - Cellar Door Transistor…

    gamrReview- 4 readers -
  • The Game Awards 2014 nominees announced

    … Bayonetta 2, Dark Souls, and Dragon Age make GOTY category. Nominees have been announced for The Game Awards 2014, Geoff Keighley’s new video games industry award show set to happen in Las Vegas on December 5. Additionally, it’s been revealed that the show will be viewable across the following platforms: PlayStation Network, Xbox Live, Wii U…

    Sal Romano/ Gematsu- 7 readers -
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  • Destiny: One Week Later

    … suggested by its (excellent) score and the basic foundational strength of its controls, Destiny often feels like a collection of its influences’ biggest problems. Final Score: 6/10 Giant Bomb Jeff Gerstmann writes: There are cool little flashes of brilliance in Destiny, but a lot of it feels like a game designed by people who weren’t sure…

    Maxime Chiasson/ The Gamer Headlines- 7 readers -