Breanna Goodman

PROFILE:

Breanna has been gaming since infancy, if gnawing on an unattended controller counts as playing a game. One of the younger members of the Gaming Trend family, she dabbled in PC games as a kid but wasn't fully consumed by the hobby until the sixth generation of consoles. Now an avid PC and console gamer, she looks forward to the day when she can scape together enough cash to join the next gen club. In the last week of middle school, a math teacher taught her how to program a calculator; she was pretty much hooked then and there. Currently working towards a degree in Computer Science and Applied Math, Breanna hope to someday make games instead of just writing about them. Other hobbies include playing guitar, binge-watching Netflix, and cooking delicious food.

Posts by Breanna Goodman:

TGIF: Gaming Trend’s Weekend Lineup

by , , and 6 months ago

    Eighty percent of the United States is stuck indoors because of frigid temperatures and eight feet of snow while the other 20% is melting in a balmy 85 degrees. Why …

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    Looking for a Lovecraftian Horror-Adventure? Enter The Last Door

    by 6 months ago

    H.P. Lovecraft. Edgar Allan Poe. If you recognize these names, it’s likely for one of two reasons: you encountered their works directly, maybe through a high school English Literature course, …

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    Infamous Quests’ Quest for ‘Quest for Infamy’

    by 6 months ago

    When an indie developer called Infamous Quests sets out to make a game called Quest for Infamy, well...the bar is set pretty high. But despite the challenge of living up …

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    New Screenshots Showcase Grim Dawn: Act II

    by 6 months ago

    Grim Dawn, an upcoming ARPG from Crate Entertainment, has just been expanded with a new chapter of content on Steam Early Access. The second act of the game, called Old Arkovia, brings …

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    Call it a Comeback? Jane Jensen on the Return of Story-Driven Adventure

    by 6 months ago

    It’s been lauded countless times over the past few years: “The return of the adventure game!” IGN welcomed the triumphant return of the genre back in 2011, The Guardian discussed …

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    The Humble Mumble – Ty Taylor talks Tumblestone

    by 6 months ago

    When I played The Bridge last year, I was very quickly taken with the game's gorgeous artwork and original gameplay mechanics. When I read that Ty Taylor and Mario Castaneda, the forces behind The …

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    TGIF: Gaming Trend’s Weekend Lineup

    by , , and 6 months ago

      This week at work was incredible, your boss was extra nice to you, your were super productive...who am I kidding? Work sucked, your boss is an ass, and you didn’t …

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      Kickstarter Warns Customers of Data Breach

      by 7 months ago

        Kickstarter may be known as a platform for those looking to fund new and original ideas, but that doesn't mean it isn't vulnerable to the same old problems faced by …

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        All bark and no fright — Slender: The Arrival Review

        by 10 months ago

        Although die-hard horror fans will argue that it never truly went away, the genre seems to have made a resurgence in recent years. Recent entries into the fray like Amnesia …

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        13 scary games to frighten up your day (Outlast giveaway!)

        by 10 months ago

          Halloween is today, but if you're too young or old to go out partying or trick-or-treating, then it's a perfect time to break out your games starring the damned, dismembered, disembodied, …

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          The Humble Mumble – Alan Edwardes talks Estranged

          by 10 months ago

          Every indie developer got their start somewhere, and for many of them that starting point was in modding. Established developers like Valve and Bethesda make development tools and documentation available …

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          [RUMOR][UPDATED] Xbox One version of Call of Duty: Ghosts runs at 720p, versus PS4′s 1080p

          by 10 months ago

          As is the case with the start of every new generation, the upcoming eight generation has been met with the resurgence of the "console wars", with gamers filling online forums with bickering …

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