Dave LeClair

Joined June 2011

Dave LeClair (Twitter) is MakeUseOf's gaming editor, who has a love for games on console, PC, mobile, handheld, and any electronic device that is capable of playing video games! For game review requests, shoot an email to the address below.

Feel free to contact at dleclair@makeuseof.com

1400 Posts Published
655 Comments Posted
30 Answers

Dave's Latest Posts


Microsoft Xbox One Review And Giveaway

13th December, 2013

The console wars are officially raging, and we’ve had sufficient time with both of them. That begs the question: how does the Xbox One compare?


17 Handy iOS Apps For Planning Your Perfect Christmas

12th December, 2013

It’s an exciting time of the year filled with family, friends, gifts, delicious food, and general joyous activities; plus it’s right around the corner!


Technophilia 92: Dig Up Some Dirt From Shovel

11th December, 2013

This week we talk with Lou Hong from BitTorrent Inc, the company behind BitTorrent Sync and uTorrent. We’ll ask about direct file syncing and managing your reputation when your name is shorthand for piracy in the broader culture. Also: the army leaked chat logs between Julian Assange and Chelsea Manning. Don’t they respect the right […]


Share Files Up To A Whopping 30GB With Anyone Through Filemail

11th December, 2013

Filemail is an awesome service that allows you to send massive files up to 30 gigabytes on a free account to anyone.


Who Says Sports Games Aren’t Collectable? These Are Worth Big Bucks

9th December, 2013

For most game collectors, sports games are shunned as being cheap and invaluable. However, there are some exceptions.


NVIDIA Updates GeForce Experience With Improved Customization

6th December, 2013

NVIDIA graphics card users that have the GeForce Experience app can now customize their game settings right from the app.


Humble Jumbo Bundle Launches With Six Massive Games

6th December, 2013

The new Humble Jumbo Bundle is perfect for people who want to save money on games! This one comes with some awesome games that you can get for whatever price you see fit.


Video Games Releasing In December That You’ll Want To Play

5th December, 2013

There are some good games hitting in December, they just aren’t the big AAA experiences we received in the month previous.


Technophilia 91: We Be Dronin’

4th December, 2013

This week on Technophilia, Justin is out of town, so Dave and James hold it down, along with the help of one of MakeUseOf’s big wigs, Dr. Jackson Chung.


What Are The Best Launch Titles For Xbox One?

3rd December, 2013

How do you choose a game? The fact is, it’s not easy. That’s not because the releases are so good, but because there pickings are actually pretty slim. Still, if you are will to look, there are a few games that are worth your time, and we’re here to make it easy!


Which PS4 Launch Games Should You Buy?

29th November, 2013

If you are going to buy a video game console, one other thing you are going to need is games.


Sony PlayStation 4 Review And Giveaway

29th November, 2013

Ladies and gentlemen, the next generation of video game consoles is here, with the Sony PlayStation 4!


Technophilia 90: James Is Dead

27th November, 2013

This week: a judge rants about his cases on Facebook, resulting in a reversed decision against a sex offender. What will Facebook ruin next? Political campaigns can’t accept BitCoin donations, yet another setback for anarchists seeking to participate in the political process. And The Beastie Boys don’t want their songs in ads but a toy […]


4 Lesser-Known NES Platformers You Should Go Back And Play

26th November, 2013

When people think of games that involve navigating through a level by jumping and exploring on the NES, a few games likely come to mind. With the incredible popularity of the genre at the time, there were some platformers that came out and flew under the radar.


Create Your Own Dinosaur Theme Park With Jurassic Park Builder

23rd November, 2013

Building a real-life dinosaur theme park seems like a bad idea, especially if you’ve ever seen Jurassic Park. Sometimes it’s better to pretend.