Luster Network is an online media publishing company founded in 2020
focused on creating informative and alternative websites covering diverse content. With team members from all over the world we offer unique perspectives and a passion for media. Our goal is to not only cover the most popular in media, but also bring light to lesser known and indie companies in hopes of inspiring joy, excitement, and community for media lovers of all kinds.
Operating from a hidden rebel base somewhere in the scorching wilderness of Arizona, Axel has been playing video games longer than he’d care to admit. When he’s not wandering through “Skyrim” for the umpteenth time, he can be found writing his latest novel or hunched over a tabletop and cursing as his d20 comes up a nat 1 yet again.
Kate is a news writer for Luster who enjoys covering the latest and greatest from the gaming industry. A graduate of UNC-CH and alumna of the Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme, Kate is a passionate writer, educator, and of course gamer! She can typically be found enjoying an open-world RPG, mystery or puzzler with a cup of coffee and the company of multiple cats. Toss a like to your blogger?
Nirav is a 26 year old living in an extended, unlicensed Nintendo commercial. He’s a diehard Fallout fan and knows (almost) all 1,000 Pokemon! He has a Masters Degree in Renewable Energy Economics and works as an urban planner, but for some reason he’s still here ranking Zelda games for your enjoyment.
I’m Nima. I started my adventure with Tiny Toons on a Sega console when I was 5, and since then, I have been passionate about video games. I got my first taste of writing during my college, in our student run zine, NAAM. I was studying architecture, and NAAM was about art and architecture. That was when I realized that I can actually put my two favorite things, games and writing, together. Games are a form of art after all.
Now I have the chance to write about the games I play and share my thoughts on them in this platform.
Bobby is a gaming writer at Luster whilst studying a degree in Politics and International Relations at the University of Manchester. Although his motor disability inspires him to write on accessibility, he also loves covering industry news, sharing opinions and more. When he isn’t playing Splatoon – which is rare – he enjoys working with local activism groups to make the community and the world a better place for disabled people.