Michael Lubker (Kot-In-Action)
“Their guys take the time to understand and give Indies the care they need.”
Andrew Fovargue (Games Development Lecturer)
“As a games development lecturer, Invision has been hugely beneficial to me in two ways. Firstly I get to keep up to date with all the latest releases and news and actively involved with previews and reviews. Secondly I have somewhere that can aid my students in actually getting involved in the industry first-hand.”
Jay Stuckwisch (Twisted Pixel Games)
“The crew over at Invision are great to work with. They are very knowledgeable about games and are a really great outlet for students and first timers looking to get into and learn the industry. Keep doing what you do, Invision!”
Kayleigh Brodie (Kalypso Media)
“It’s a pleasure working with Invision Community. The team have written some really great reviews for Kalypso Media. The write ups they produce for games are honest, well written and knowledgeable which not only make them beneficial to the gaming community but also for all of us at Kalypso Media”.
Rebecca Jakeman (Koch Media)
“Working with the Invision Game Community is an absolute delight. Their support for Deep Silver titles is always apparent in their reviews and it is a pleasure to read their work”
David “AnjelusX” Slauenwhite (Director of Anjel Syndicate)
“I’ve been working with Craig behind the scenes in discussions regarding the industry, the growth of new gaming markets, as well as discussing how gaming media has changed and the seeming disconnect that has been taking place between games and fun when receiving coverage by the gaming media. We have a lot of synergy in vision on how games should be covered and discussed while we’ve built our teams different, we have found a lot of commonality in our intentions and processes. Watching the students involved with IGC gain exposure and skill is great and shows how the future of game media can change and continue to grow along with the industry.”
Kingsera.com (TSIT Games)
“Just want to say a big thank you to
@InvisionGameCom for posting our game to your site & the speed at which you delivered. Excellent work!”
Craig Roberts (CEO):
“I am very proud of what I have created here. Invision Game Community has brought Students, Gamers, Indie and Mainstream companies all into one place. The staff we have brought into the company have worked very hard to bring alive our unique website”.
James Tor Kjemp:
“I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my time with Invision Game Community and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. What Craig has done here is provide students with the ability to not only get their foot in the door with some experience in the gaming industry, but also to get some free games in the process! What could be better?”
“Brilliant. A really good service, the admin staff are great.”
Joshua Maddox (Marketing and Social Media Manager):
“Invision Game Community has been amazing for me. I was made to feel really welcome by the admins when I first arrived and now I’m great friends with all staff. Invision offers a great opportunity to get free games and to make contacts with people in the gaming industry while earning valuable work experience. Overall a really good experience”.
“Really good, enjoyed it a lot so far! Looking forward to being able to spend more time this summer reviewing games! Studying at Uni to go into the games industry and I feel Invision will help give me some much needed contacts to help me do so!”
“Invision is a really good site; great for getting students on the games industry ladder and promoting indie games to give them the exposure they deserve. It’s a brilliant idea and I’m glad I’ve been involved with it since near the beginning.”
“Welcoming, exciting, fair, beneficial and understanding; a great environment for any student wishing to experience the game or journalism industries at first-hand!”
“Invision is a great way to get started in the gaming industry. By getting you contacts and having your name thrown around with developers and publishers, your work gets flaunted aiding students by letting them get their foot in the door early”.