About Snackbar Games
Snackbar Games was formed in 2002 by a small group of friends in San Antonio, Texas. We’ve grown by leaps and bounds over the years, merging with Disc Read Error in 2005 and eToychest in 2007. We’ve branched out into various fields from time to time, but our focus has always been to deliver quality game reviews and compelling features.
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Graham runs Snackbar’s editorial operations, coordinates the staff, edits the site’s content and hosts the podcast. He also pens the Multitap column. Since joining Snackbar in February 2007, he has served as Managing Editor, News Editor and Reviews/Features Editor. When he’s not working for Snackbar, he’s a graphic designer. He was named Editor-in-Chief in October 2012.
Owner and Publisher
Chris Rasco is the current owner and publisher of Snackbar Media. He is one of the founding members of Snackbar Games, and also serves as its lead developer. When time permits, he contributes news and reviews. In addition to Snackbar Games, he runs The Cover Project.
Shawn Vermette is in charge of the site’s event coverage, and hosts the Speculator column. He’s also a regular panelist on the podcast. He joined Snackbar as a staff writer in August 2009. When not doing work for the site, he’s a programmer.
Andrew took on the role of Features Editor in October 2012, and oversees the site’s columnists and special projects. Since joining the site in July 2009, Andrew has written the New Game+ column, and he has co-hosted the site’s podcast. He has a passion for game music and the game crafting process.
Chris has been a writer for Snackbar since 2005, when the site merged with Disc Read Error. He has been a Nintendo fan ever since the days of Mega Man 2 and has fond memories of playing Atari 2600 games with his father before that. Every week he attends a local boardgaming group, a source of many Gaming Unplugged features here at Snackbar.
Justin is an avid fan of platformers, puzzle games, first-person shooters and board games. When not playing games, he is a systems engineer, husband and father of four. Justin joined the site in 2007.
Henry Skey pens the Serotonin column and contributes to the podcast. He joined the site in June 2012, and couldn’t be more thrilled to know there are at least several people in the world who know far more about video games than he does. (Ed: not really.) Aside from games and writing, he enjoys cricket, soccer, theatre and movies.
Serving primarily as the site’s PC correspondent, Jeff joined the site in March 2012. He also makes regular appearances on the podcast, and occasionally delves into MMORPG topics in longer features.
Before joining Snackbar in October 2012, Lucas wrote reviews for RoboAwesome, and has also contributed to Cracked in the form of vulgar Batman jokes. An aspiring writer in any field that will put up with him, he is also working on an independent game project and is dabbling in who knows what else.
Eric, an avid music gamer who can’t go a week without making an arcade trip, is an aspiring game journalist who currently writes a gaming column at his college in New Jersey. Aside from indulging in Dance Dance Revolution, Beatmania IIDX and DJMax Technika weekly, he enjoys fighters, RPGs, adventure games, platformers and the occasional sports game. He joined the site in July 2011.
Chris joined Snackbar in June 2012 as a member of the site’s review staff. He’s a retro gaming enthusiast, armed with an nigh-encyclopedic knowledge of all things gaming. He’ll probably write a column for Snackbar someday.
Erik has always been a bit of a writer and a bit too much of a gamer, so it didn’t take him long to abandon terrible novels and start a similarly-terrible game blog. Since joining the site in August 2012, Erik writes the site’s Flashback column, which thanks to its focus on forgotten classics and hidden gems, leaves him plenty of cash for world domination.
Staff portraits by Mikey Turvey.
Site design by Graham Russell.