Hello, dear readers. I’m breaking away from the regular format to address you directly as myself. Chris, the dude who runs things around these parts. Kind of. We all play a massive role in the daily uptick of the website, and I’m nothing without my team.
We’re also nothing without you, our readers and followers. If you’re a long-time reader who comes by on the daily to see what’s going on in the gaming world, whether it be our news, features, or reviews, thank you! You’re brilliant! If you’re a newcomer who has stumbled across our humble slice of the internet, welcome! All are welcome here at Pure PlayStation. But this isn’t our only place. We’re on social media and YouTube, too. We’re not on LinkedIn because, well, we’re not pretentious twits. But we’re on the ones that count, and we’d love it if you joined us!
Despite doing really well here on the website, our social media channels are piss-poor, followers wise. If you could spare a minute to hit ‘Follow’ on our Twitter, ‘Like’ on our Facebook, and ‘Subscribe’ on our YouTube, it’d mean the world to us. It’ll allow you to see our updates as and when they’re posted, and we’re planning on doing a lot more video content in 2020, so a subscribe on YouTube will keep you in the loop. We regularly do giveaways on our Twitter, as well as partake in some genial banter. If you want to pit your wits against us, Twitter is the place to be.
If you already do these things, fantastic! And thank you, truly. I know there are a lot of gaming websites out there and it’s a chore to follow each and every one of them, but at least we’re humble and lovely in our begging 🙂
With your help, we can make 2020 an even better year than 2019, and if we do better, you get better stuff to feed your eyeballs with!
Thanks, much love,
Chris & Your Pure PlayStation Team
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Chris has been writing about gaming news for far too long, and now he’s doing it even more. A true PlayStation know-it-all, Chris has owned just about every Sony console that ever existed. Trophies are like crack to this fella. (Bronze trophies, that is – he only has one Platinum.)