We are pleased to announce the following Guests of Honor in attendance at G.A.M.E. EXPO Year 10!  Guests are listed alphabetic by last name.


Melissa Hutchison was born on October 24, 1975 in Springfield, Missouri, USA as Melissa Louise Hutchison. She is known for her work on The Walking Dead (2012), The Walking Dead: Season Two (2013) and The Wolf Among Us (2013).
Won Spike TVs best female voice actor of the year, 2012.  Melissa won the 2012 Spike TV VGA for Best Performance by a Human Female in a video game, for her role as Clementine, in Telltale games The Walking Dead.



Pocket Roxas and Proxy Projects are an award winning cosplay team from Kansas City. This energetic couple loves to showcase their exaggerated height difference with various Tol and Smol cosplay pairs. With the combined sewing and wig styling talents of Pocket, and the armor and leather crafting skills of Proxy, they make an excellent team. They love to teach and are enthusiastic to share their skills and techniques with anyone interested in learning. More than anything they love meeting new people and making friends, so say hello while you’re here! When they’re not at a con they enjoy playing video games, memeing, and working on way too many cosplays at once.

Connect with them on social media:
Facebook: Pocket Roxas | Proxy Projects
Instagram: @pocketroxas | @proxyprojectscosplay


Eric Wile is a credited video game designer. He has done level design, storyboarding, concept design, game engine design etc.

His passion for gaming started when he was very young. He started playing the Atari and was so good that he collected a wide scale of badges and letters from the game companies. He was even mentioned as one of the top 25 players in the nation when he was only 8 years old. During this time he started to develop a reputation at the arcades in Colorado as the player to beat. He broke many long-held records for the Atari as well.

In 2002 Eric moved to San Diego for the chance of a lifetime. He accepted an offer from Verant Interactive. Verant was later bought by Sony and the name was changed to Sony Online Entertainment. They started producing and developing MMO’s and ironically at the time this was Sony’s most profitable division.

During his time at Sony Online Entertainment, Eric had a major hand in the development of several extremely popular titles such as EverQuest, EverQuest II, EverQuest Online Adventures, PlanetSide, Star Wars: Galaxies and Vanguard Saga of Heroes. His crowning achievement was his involvement with the popular EverQuest franchise, even going so far as to develop EverQuest: Macintosh Edition, which earned him the prestigious Sony Achievement award.

He is currently in production of his own indie tabletop game.



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