Nerfwire is the oldest established gaming publication in the world, originally founded alongside The New York Post in 1801 by founding father Alexander Hamilton. In the mission statement for the publication, Hamilton cited the importance of a gaming journalism institution that could accurately and quickly report on gaming news in the infancy of the United States.
To forge a journalism institution that appeals not to the powerful few, but to the 18 to 35-year-old gaming demographic.
Two centuries later, Nerfwire remains a pillar of integrity in gaming journalism, providing the best reporting for gaming consumers across the globe. Held in the high esteem of many giants in the tech and gaming industries, Nerfwire is trusted by industry professionals and gaming enthusiasts alike.
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