Atlas Burke

PROFILE:

Named after a Greek titan, a book of maps, or his Great-Grandfather, Atlas grew up near Detroit. After studying Cell Biology at the University of Michigan and spending a year looking into microscopes, Atlas decided to volunteer--playing video games. hobbies run from gaming to music (voice, bass, guitar) to rugby. Atlas is a strong supporter of indie and low-cost gaming, an area he thinks is underserved by the media.

Posts by Atlas Burke:

The End of the Line–Metro Last Light’s Developer and Chronicles Packs

by 2 years ago

With October come and gone, it‚Äôs time to take a quick look back at the remaining DLC packs for Metro: Last Light. While everything 4A produces lives up to the …

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Hey Zach, did you know Deadly Premonition was out on PC?

by 2 years ago

With All Hallow's Eve approaching, it's somewhat fitting that PC gamers will finally get access to one of the strangest, most impenetrable games in recent memory: Deadly Premonition. ¬†Imagine mixing …

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Games for the Masses–Weekend Deals 10//25//2013

by 2 years ago

Welcome back to Games for the Masses, where you pay less to play more! This week is a good week for the proletariat, so lets's just get started by mentioning …

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Own a PC? Now you, too, can Odyssey to the West!

by 2 years ago

    If you know anything at all about ancient Chinese literature...you probably Sun Tsu's "The Art of War." ¬†But if you know¬†two things about ancient Chinese literature, you've probably heard of …

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    Gaming Trend Podcast 10//24//2013–Gotta Dwelve ’em all!

    by 2 years ago

    This week the Gaming Trend Podcast is all about games games games! ¬†Matt, Atlas, and David spend an unbelievable percentage of the podcast discussing, you know, actual games. Ranging from …

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    All your truck driving fantasies fulfilled–Euro Truck Simulator 2 gets Rifted

    by 2 years ago

      Strange internet fascinations are a common enough thing, but the internet's unabashed love of truck driving might be one of the oddest. Ever since its utterly hypnotic trailer debuted about …

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      Games for the Masses–Weekend Deals 10//18//2013

      by 2 years ago

      Welcome back to Games for the Masses, where you pay less to play more! ¬†This week we must submit ourselves to recommending a game beloved by ¬†Capitalists. ¬†And why shouldn't …

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      Harlan Ellison’s Classic horror “I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream” finally on Steam

      by 2 years ago

      Stop. ¬†Before you go any further, just stop. ¬†Read this. ¬†No. ¬†Really, go read it. ¬†It'll take you fifteen minutes. ¬†Or here's an audio version--read by the author himself-- if …

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      Gaming Trend Podcast 10//17//2013–Full Steam Ahead!

      by 2 years ago

      This week on the Gaming Trend Podcast, Atlas, Matt and Spencer get together to talk about all things creepy, kooky, scary, and even spooky. ¬†Starting off by reminiscing about horror …

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      Hand-crafted charm — The Inner World review

      by 2 years ago

      Okay, so here‚Äôs the thing: I don‚Äôt really like Point-and-Click adventure games. Maybe it‚Äôs because I never played Zork, or any of the classic Monkey Islands. Even the fascinating and …

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      Frictional Games’ Soma gets debut trailer, is super creepy.

      by 2 years ago

      Do you remember the first time you saw the teaser trailer for Amnesia: The Dark Descent? ¬†Do you remember that sinking feeling in the pit of your stomach? ¬†Prepare to …

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      Games for the Masses–Weekend Deals 10//11//2013

      by 2 years ago

      Welcome back to Games for the Masses, where you pay less to play more! ¬†This weekend is going to be a good one, Comrades. ¬†One of your Glorious Leader's favorite …

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