Josh Devlin

PROFILE:

Josh blew down the Walls of Jericho. He was a saint from the old testament that fought as a brave warrior for God. A man's man. Built like a brick house; he had the strength of ten men, could run faster than a deer, and hit harder than a battering ram. Excuse me, one second... Um, it seems there has been some sort of a mix up. The man I was just describing is, in fact, not our Josh. Our Josh is a nerd who plays video games. He has never hit anything. His first foray into gaming was with Sesame Street ABC on the NES, but he fell out of gaming for many years because it was not allowed in his house. In 2005, he bought an Xbox 360 just to play Halo 2, and it was all downhill from there. Josh has been writing for Gaming Trend since September 2013 as a news reporter and occasionally a features writer. He lives in South Florida, working as a pool guy, and hopes to turn writing about video games into a career. Josh's biggest hobbies and passions include; watching ungodly amounts of anime, buying too many video games that he doesn't have enough time to play, and playing basketball with little to no skill at all. He also loves marshmallow Peeps and singing 50's Motown hits in the shower.

Posts by Josh Devlin:

Jake Gyllenhaal reportedly in The Division movie

by 3 weeks ago

    According to a report made earlier by Variety, unnamed sources have stated that Jake Gyllenhaal will be starring in the movie adaptation of Ubisoft's Tom Clancy's The Division. This news …

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    Play that funky music: Samorost 3 review

    by 3 months ago

    If you’re familiar with developer Amanita Design and its previous works like Machinarium and Botanicula, then you know what to expect from Samorost 3: a beautiful yet menacingly-abstract art style, …

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    Simple on the surface, but there is hope – Republique review

    by 3 months ago

    If you’ve been waiting to join the Republique because you wanted to binge play all of the episodes, then the PS4 version is the one you’ve been waiting for. The …

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    In space, no one can hear your boredom – Amazing Discoveries in Outer Space review

    by 4 months ago

    Amazing Discoveries in Outer Space, or ADIOS as it is affectionately referred to on the Internet (and will be so here), is a roguelite, platforming, space-sim, exploration game. Seems like …

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    Quantum Break has gone gold

    by 4 months ago

    Remedy Entertainment Founder and Quantum Break Director Sam Lake revealed on Twitter yesterday that the studio's upcoming time-bending shooter has gone gold and is all set for its release on …

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    Here’s a behind-the scenes video of Far Cry Primal’s Stone Age-inspired setting

    by 4 months ago

    Ubisoft Montreal decided to take the Far Cry series in a different direction by bringing players back to the Stone Age. The developers released an 11-min behind-the-scenes video that delves into …

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    Tom Clancy’s The Division open beta trailer

    by 4 months ago

    Coming off of last weekend's closed beta, Ubisoft is set to launch an open beta for its upcoming open-world shooter, Tom Clancy's The Division. The beta will run from Feb …

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    Not a toy for tots — This War of Mine: The Little Ones review

    by 5 months ago

    This War of Mine: The Little Ones is a current-gen port of the original 2014 release, but with new missions and...children. It is a gritty look at the hardships civilians …

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    Broforce Broview

    by 8 months ago

    Come at me, bro! Remember the loud-mouthed obnoxious fratguy you hated in college, but secretly wanted to be? The one who was over-the-top, crass and super douchey, but for some …

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    Stay away, Coral! – The Escapists: The Walking Dead review

    by 9 months ago

    The Escapists: The Walking Dead takes the puzzle-RPG formula of the original game and soaks it in walker entrails. Robert Kirkman’s award-winning comic book series, The Walking Dead, is realized …

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    Do you even lift? — Runbow review

    by 10 months ago

    In concept, Runbow seems like a fun idea for a video game. Nine-player local multiplayer always looks great when you’re watching a group of game journalists play on a livestream. …

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    Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power review – the unfinished adventure

    by 10 months ago

    Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power is more or less forgettable. The first, and sadly only good thing you will notice is how visually striking the levels are. Developer Frozenbyte …

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