About Us

Meet the team behind Pocket Tactics and put some faces to the names

Pocket Tactics aims to give you everything you need to get the best out of mobile and Nintendo Switch gaming. We’re dedicated to providing guides to all the biggest games, comprehensive lists to help you pick something new to play, reviews of the latest releases as soon as possible to inform you before you buy, and news coverage to keep you right up to date.

We have a dedicated and passionate editorial team, a great group of freelancers, and we’re doing everything we can to make the best site possible. If you have any feedback – good or bad – please do get in touch.

Editorial

Feedback, game tips, and kind words of encouragement are all welcome…

Ruby Spiers-Unwin – Editor

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Ruby is currently dreaming about the mythical Nintendo Switch 2 between playing Honkai Star Rail and Final Fantasy: Ever Crisis on her sassy Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5. She adores all things Final Fantasy, JRPG, Digimon, and Pokémon, though she’s partial to a good platformer like Crash Bandicoot, and maybe even some Roblox, too. She shows her commitment to games with the Psychemon, Raichu, Carbuncle, and Beerus tattoos spread over her body. You can find her gushing over FFXIV, FFVII Remake, and other such games at our sister sites The Loadout and PCGamesN.

Kayleigh Partleton – Deputy Editor

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Kayleigh lives in a quaint cottage on The Continent with her husband, Geralt. At least, that’s what she likes to think. Really, she’s just an avid Pokémon, horror, and RPG fan who sometimes braves the world of Roblox. Frankly, she considers that more terrifying than Resident Evil, Poppy Playtime, and FNAF. She’s also not afraid of sharing spicy opinions, though claiming Mario to be boring is a particularly brave stance.

Tilly Lawton – Guides Editor

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Tilly is a Hoyoverse and horror fanatic who spends her free time exploring Genshin Impact and Honkai Star Rail, fangirling over the latest indie game, or theorizing about spooky lore – the more obscure and pretentious, the better. She started her PT journey as a staff writer back in 2021, and got her shiny guides editor badge in 2023. She’s a proud mom to a cat named Xiao, is still not over her Kingdom Hearts phase, and knows more about Roblox than she likes to admit.

Connor Christie – Staff Writer

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Connor is a staff writer and digital card game connoisseur, dividing his time between building Marvel Snap decks, trying new combinations in Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links, and being bad at Hearthstone. He’s also something of a mobile hardware nerd, keeping up with the big brands such as Samsung, Apple, and Xiaomi, as well as the latest portable consoles and mobile gaming controllers. Don’t ask him how much time he’s spent playing Candy Crush, he doesn’t want to talk about it.

Daz Skubich – Staff Writer

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Daz is Pocket Tactics’ resident rhythm game fanatic and Pokéfan. They’re prone to genre-hopping (they’ve even tried a few Roblox games) but tend to gravitate towards anything with cutesy aesthetics. They freelanced for years and still dabble in writing Pokémon content for Wargamer, as well as streaming very occasionally. Daz’s expert gaming opinion is that four-star characters are the real gems in Genshin Impact.

Holly Alice – Staff Writer

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Holly loves Hoyoverse games – probably too much – and has a soft spot for indie games with round cows and farming. Since starting in games media at GameRant, VG247, Gfinity, and other sites, she’s made it her mission to write about Animal Crossing everywhere she goes. Her Pikmin 4 review score found its way onto adverts all across Europe, and she’s very pleased about it. She also understands the ins and outs of Roblox more than someone her age should.

James Osborne – Staff Writer

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James is currently devoted to becoming the best racer in the galaxy via F-Zero 99, but the rest of his time is occupied by his work as a staff writer at Pocket Tactics. Here, he’s on the lookout for all things relating to Nintendo and Hoyoverse, with an ear to the ground for all the latest Pokémon news and updates on Zenless Zone Zero. Before joining the team, he wrote about PC gaming for PCGamesN, Warhammer 40K for Wargamer, and previously worked as a staff writer for the entertainment site The Digital Fix. He’s also covered TV and film for some of the biggest online outlets in the world, including Screen Rant, GamesRadar+, Vulture, The A.V. Club, Digital Spy, FANDOM, and the official Star Trek website.

Adam Randall – Senior Ecommerce Writer

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Adam is the Senior Ecommerce Writer at Pocket Tactics, has been a writer for ten years, and a gamer for almost 30 years. Most of all, Adam is a fan of Nintendo games and has owned every one of their consoles (except the Virtual Boy) and keeps our buying guides updated to ensure we’re only recommending the best handheld gaming gear and phones. If you notice any references to Donkey Kong in Adam’s work, it’s because Adam is a frighteningly passionate Donkey Kong fanatic.

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Corporate information

Pocket Tactics relaunched in 2020 and is a fully owned-and-operated subsidiary of Network N Media Limited. We’re the biggest mobile games site in the world and more recently started to cover Nintendo Switch as well.

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