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:

Windows sees its first motion fitness title in BeatBoxer+

by 1 year ago

Motion control sometimes gets pushed into games where it doesn't belong, but if there's one place that gaming without a controller has been a success, it's the dance/fitness genre. We've …

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Sanctum 2 gets second DLC expansion Ruins of Brightholme

by 1 year ago

Developer Coffee Stain Studios promised plenty of additional content when they released tower defense FPS mashup Sanctum 2 back in May, and now they are following up with the second …

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Xbox One launch delayed until 2014 in eight countries

by 1 year ago

In a move that confirms what many have feared for months, the release of the Xbox One will be delayed until 2014 in several countries. The affected nations include Russia, …

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Telltale tells us more about The Wolf Among Us

by 1 year ago

Telltale's upcoming series The Wolf Among Us is making its way to PAX Prime next month, but they have released more information about the game ahead of that public debut. …

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EA games star in possibly the humblest Humble Bundle ever

by 1 year ago

Let's not beat around the bush: EA doesn't always have the best reputation with gamers. Even when we love their games, we don't always like their business practices. They showed …

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“If you feel the heat around the corner…” – Payday 2 Review

by 1 year ago

I move through the crowded jewelery store like a ghost. By the time anyone suspects anything, it's already too late. Pulling out my gun, I order the innocent shoppers to …

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Payday 2 steals the show with new Heist walkthrough video

by 1 year ago

Playing Payday: The Heist is the closest I've gotten (and hopefully the closest I'll ever get) to robbing a bank, but the team at Overkill hopes that the sequel will make the …

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Trip Hawkins and Extreme Reality partner up for iPad Dev Contest

by 1 year ago

A little while ago, we interviewed Extreme Reality about their new motion gaming software that uses a standard 2D camera to track your movements and translate them into the game …

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Kickin’ the Can Down the Road – Kickstarter’s accountability problem

by 1 year ago

    Remember Kickin' It? It was a weekly look at some of the best and most interesting projects that Kickstarter had to offer. It was fun to write, and I really …

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    Susan Wilson offers to sell her Kickstarter strategy

    by 1 year ago

      Remember Susan Wilson, the entrepreneur who made off with $24000 in Kickstarter money after asking for $829 to send her daughter to camp? Would you like to learn her secret to …

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      Cloudberry Kingdom launches today on PSN

      by 1 year ago

      You could be forgiven for thinking that Cloudberry Kingdom is the name of some fictional realm from a children's movie. When Ubisoft has gems like Watch Dogs and Assassin's Creed …

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      Motion control with just a camera? – An interview with Extreme Reality

      by 1 year ago

      A couple weeks ago, we introduced you to Top Smash Tennis. It's a fun little motion-controlled tennis game for Windows 8 PC's and tablets. Yes, you read that right; the …

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