Hellmode is a blog. A blog about video games.
Initially formed in June 2010 as both a celebration and exploration of gaming culture, it’s quickly become a place for the editors to write about anything that interests them. At Hellmode, you can find anything from retrospectives about games from long ago to in-depth critiques of contemporary titles.
About Ashelia (Founder)
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Ashelia is a 24-year-old named Rhea Monique. She currently works as a community manager for an indie video game company. Her favorite game of all-time is Resident Evil 2, but she also has a soft spot for Counter-Strike (not CS:S). She likes zombies, hates sharks, and has watched the movie Pulp Fiction over twenty times in her life.
Zoey: “Hey Francis, they’ve got the latest issue of Hating Everything Magazine here.”
Francis: “I hate latest issues.”
– Left 4 Dead
About Rollin (Editor)
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By day, Rollin is actually mild-mannered 26-year-old freelance writer Rollin Bishop. By night, the sun usually sets but he is otherwise still Rollin Bishop. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Indiana University Southeast, owns far too many games and isn’t fond of the Oxford comma. His favorite game is liable to change without notice but typically has something to do with Pokémon.
Yojimbo: “You are a fading dream, but one touched by reality. Spira will not forget its reality, nor the one who saved it. Run, dream; run on. Pass beyond the waking and walk into the daylight.”
– Final Fantasy X
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Hellmode’s layout was designed Ashelia in Photoshop CS3 then coded on its own, custom built WordPress theme. Hellmode is hosted by Linode (thanks Jacob for the constant help!) and lives by Google Analytics. Additionally, we’d would like to give a special thank you to Direceu Veiga for creating the best RSS subscribe icons we’ve have ever seen. They are adorable monsters and they are used with permission as well as love. Wonderful work, Direceu, and thanks for making them freeware.