Jeff Gerstmann was a former Editorial Director at GameSpot, a sister site of TV.com. He learned most of the rules of pro hockey from his Sega CD. The Sega CD also taught him how to love and how to avoid vampires.
He regularly contributed reviews and video
IGN's first episode of the GamesSages Podcast guest-starred Jeff in January 2008.
Jeff was terminated from GameSpot in late November 2007. He had been working with GameSpot for nearly 11 years. The exact reasons behind his termination were not disclosed due to legal reasons.
During his time at GameSpot, Jeff regularly contributed to The HotSpot - a podcast broadcast weekly by GameSpot.
Had his luggage stolen on his way to Las Vegas in 2007. It included his iPod, PlayStation Portable, cell phone and keys.
Jeff is a founding member for the bands Headboard, The Suburban All-Stars, and Midnight Brown.
Uses the gamertag, "GiantBombing" on Xbox LIVE. He previously used "GameSpotting" whilst he was with GameSpot.
Jeff Gerstmann has a MySpace.
Jeff has his own band called "Midnight Brown". His band's song "too hot" is the intro to GameSpot's HotSpot podcast. Other songs are often placed in GameSpot's video features too.
Jeff prefers Hogan's Alley instead of Duck Hunt for his favorite light gun game for the NES.
Jeff Gerstmann: Shootin' dudes in the face!
Jeff Gerstmann: (From the Gears of War Tournament) There is some pissed off fish right now.