I’m Hellcat5. First let me make you a promise.

I will always write my true opinion about the games I review. I will not accept money to write an article with a particular slant to it. If I think a game is great, then I’ll tell you why. If I think a game is pure trash, I’ll tell you why. But, I didn’t make Hellcat5.com just to write my opinions when I can. I created it to be a source of safe links to gaming tips.

Hellcat5.com exists to be a complete information source for whatever game you want to know about.  Send me your gaming research requests through the contact form.   I’ll do my best to make sure you have all the info you’ll need in the resource links toward the bottom of each review. Hellcat5.com provides links you can trust to be safe and free from connections to malware or other computer security related issues.

Katmandu – a group of people who enjoy helping others to learn to play games without the hassle. We work together. No trolls, no asshatery, just fun without being at the disadvantage of someone else. We work against racism / sexism / religious-ism in gaming and against RMT profiteering. If you’ve grown bored of the internet trolls, and people trying to get you to pay real money for gear in games just because you were unlucky, didn’t get the drop, etc., then consider joining. on Steam | on Facebook

Catastrophe – picture this. you’re searching the internet for information on how to collect the all the outfits and paint jobs for Dying Light. you find one wiki site on the first page of results that made you think, “Oh hey, this looks like an official wiki. It should have all the info I need.” You move on because it doesn’t have ALL the paint job locations, or ALL the outfit locations. You find another site that looks promising, but when you open the page, it brings up advertisements that tell you to update your google chrome or other browser. You fall for it, thinking you need to upgrade. It’s been a while since you did that right? Sites can detect if you’re using an older version right?

After “updating” your browser, now you’re seeing some different search engine, or seeing some new tool bar showing up in the browser. Then, later, your browser gets hijacked or you get phished because you unknowingly installed malware from an advertisement. Not fun to undo that. Catastrophe provides safe links to the tools and references you need for your game.

If you want to make suggestion or tell me how I can improve the site, if you want to get involved with Katmandu, or you’d like to get involved with writing your own articles about games, please contact me.