Christian DeCoster

PROFILE:

Christian DeCoster is a freelance writer and indie developer. Before writing at Gaming Trend, he wrote for GameSkinny. Enjoys horror movies good and bad, as well as Southern Bastards, the best comic no one's reading, and weird indie games.

Posts by Christian DeCoster:

Familiar faces, familiar gameplay: Fable Fortune Preview

by 4 weeks ago

Digital card games have one major hurdle to cross if they want to stand out: being different from, or better than, Blizzard’s insanely popular Hearthstone.  While Fable Fortune, a spin-off …

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Anticlimax: The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series – A New Frontier Episode Five review

by 2 months ago

I loved the first two seasons of Telltale’s The Walking Dead, and, looking back, I believe that a major reason for this is because both seasons ended on such a …

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The horrors of humanity: Town of Light review

by 2 months ago

Town of Light may be a horror game, but not in the traditional sense. Nothing jumps out at you, you’re never in any real danger, and there aren’t even any …

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Dragon Warrior: Dragon Quest Heroes II

by 3 months ago

With most Dynasty Warriors games and spinoffs, you have a good idea of what you’re going to get going in: big maps with multiple objectives, huge amounts of enemy soldiers, …

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Star-Bored: Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: Tangled Up in Blue review

by 3 months ago

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: Episode One: Tangled Up in Blue sounds like the sort of game that would be perfect for Telltale Games.  While the studio has received acclaim …

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Classic adventure game-a-reno: Thimbleweed Park review

by 4 months ago

Point-and-click adventure games are in a weird state, where every new game is supposed to be the one that brings the genre back from the dead. New games in the …

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Oh brother, where art thou?: The Walking Dead: A New Frontier: Above the Law review

by 4 months ago

I have a feeling that, when The Walking Dead: A New Frontier releases all of its episodes, it’s going to be one of Telltale’s most loved and most hated properties. …

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What if God was one of us? Skyforge preview

by 4 months ago

The end goal of all MMORPGs is to be the most powerful, but Skyforge takes that one step further: rather than tell the story of your adventures, Skyforge aims to …

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Funyarinpa for the whole family: Zero Escape: The Nonary Games

by 4 months ago

999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors, AKA 999, is a game I generally refer to as either “the best game no one’s played” or “that awesome visual novel with …

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Squids, Karts, and Arms: Hands on with Nintendo at PAX East

by 5 months ago

Nintendo had a robust showing at this year’s PAX, with a total of eight demos available for the public, and I braved the lines to preview them. This year was …

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Krogan power: Mass Effect Andromeda hands-on at PAX

by 5 months ago

While Mass Effect has dabbled in online multiplayer before, the series is known to most for its story-based single player mode. Because of this, it’s a little strange that the …

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Half a game at half the price: Dying: Reborn review

by 5 months ago

Dying: Reborn actually intrigued me from the first trailer; a first-person escape-the-room game using the PSVR sounded like a pretty fun time, the jump scares looked exciting, and the fish-headed …

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