Perron Wiley - Editor

Perron has been a long time gamer and fell in love with the hobby during the glorious NES era. As the middle child of three boys, he quickly learned the benefit of playing co-operatively (as opposed to waiting through 3-hour Legend of Zelda marathons before getting a turn). Double Dragon, Super C, Ikari Warriors, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Arcade Game were some of his go-to childhood favorites. Battletoads makes an honorable mention, but to this day he and his brothers have never successfully passed the dreaded speed bike level together.

Initially a console gamer at heart, Perron later discovered the joys of PC games during his pre-teen years. While he may have pretended to know a thing or two about Sound Blasters, Pentium II Processors and Voodoo graphics cards, his technical savvy in this arena leaves much to be desired. These days, Perron pledges no allegiance to console enthusiasts or a PC master race, but simply enjoys the pure experience of amazing games played with friends on any readily available platform.

Aside from gaming, Perron also loves 90s-era comic books, action and sci-fi movies, and occasionally learning about the various facets of indie game development. He and his lovely wife have two sons (9 and 13), a 15 year-old daughter, a Yorkshire Terrier and a black lab.

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Future Halo Titles to Include Split-Screen

I remember a time...long, long ago, when local couch co-op ruled as king. This was a time when high-jacking the controller or punching the arm of an unsuspecting sibling or friend was a steadfast tactic for victory. In this glorious age, triumphant cheers of victory and shrieks of udder defeat bellowed throughout crowded college dorm rooms everywhere. This was a time when split-screen came standard in Halo titles.

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I've been waiting for this day...

Wildlands Open Beta Available for Pre-load

One of the many welcoming trends of modern gaming (in my opinion, at least) is the inclusion of the open beta. Interested in an upcoming title? What better way to determine whether you should part from your hard earned cash than to test drive a portion of the game for free? It certainly beats buying a game based on a few random screenshots plastered on the back of the box.

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Zed's dead baby, Zed's dead

Killing Floor 2 Open Beta Available for PS4

There are quite a few reasons why open betas are wonderful. They help developers prepare for a smoother launch in a myriad of ways, such as using community feedback to iron out bugs or stress-testing online focused titles. Betas also give us an avenue to test drive games that we may have some interest in. If you are a PS4 owner and Killing Floor 2 happens to fall into that category, today is your lucky day.

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I'm trying to contain myself

Nintendo Releases Video of New Console

Ladies and gentlemen, this is a pivotal moment in gaming that many of us have eagerly been waiting for. After over a year of vigorous rumor and speculation, light has finally been shed on a question that has showered discussion boards and plagued the minds of gamers everywhere: what is the Nintendo NX? Well folks, today we get a glimpse of Nintendo’s next generation console, simply named the Nintendo Switch.

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You sneaky devil you

New Stealth Gameplay Video for Ghost Recon Wildlands

While we’ve seen no shortage of Tom Clancy-branded games over the last few years, it’s been quite some time since a full-fledged Ghost Recon title has been released. A few staples of the series have generally revolved around thoughtful planning, teamwork, clear communication, and synchronized execution. Ubisoft aims to pass the torch to Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands, with hopes of exuding the spirit of previous titles in spades.  

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Guns, guns, guuuuns

New Video of Spacehulk: Deathwing Weapons on Display

I've always wanted to invest in the massive fictional universe of Warhammer 40,000. I mean, you've got your gun-toting orks,  space marines, massive derelict spacecraft, and best of all...chainsaw-swords. Jumping into such an expansive universe could be downright daunting for a newbie, and might require reading, like...actual novels. We're in the digital age, people! Do you suffer violent allergic reactions when holding books (like myself)? Why not check out a sliver of such a universe by playing Spacehulk: Deathwing?

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Lurk in the shadows with a friend. Well that's not creepy...

See New Stealth Title Aragami in Action

Ninjas.  Exactly what's not to love about these dark, cunning warriors of the night?  They scurry along rooftops making nary a sound, slice and dice with surgical precision, and poof into thin air leaving ninja-smoke in their wake.  You can partake in these wholesome activities and many more in Aragami, an action stealth title from developer Lince Works.

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