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:

Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds Xbox One console exclusive

by 2 months ago

PubG is the hottest video game out now, number one on Steam and streams. Now it is coming to Xbox One consoles in late 2017. Stay tuned to Gaming Trend …

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Goku and Frieza fight in 2.5D! – Dragon Ball FighterZ trailer

by 2 months ago

Take Marvel vs. Capcom-style over the top 3v3 combat and add your favorite Dragon Ball Z characters. The world just might explode like it's been it by a kamehameha wave. …

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Look at all the pretty cars – Forza Motorsport 7 trailer

by 2 months ago

Nothing shows off the power and fidelity of your brand new console like a slew of sexy new cars. Create your own driver and race through the streets in Xbox's …

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An ambitious series of shortcomings – Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom review

by 4 months ago

It’s not a good sign when the idea of picking up a controller to play a video game is accompanied by a groan of discontent. I’ll be blunt. I did …

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Don’t be Shi – an hour with Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom

by 4 months ago

Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom is an action RPG being developed by French studio Enigami. We got our hands on it and find an abundance of Waki constipation and prejudice. What? …

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Working on our night Link: Let’s Play Episode #6

by 5 months ago

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has taken the gaming universe by storm, because of its vast and engaging open world. After dozens of hours exploring the exotic …

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An unnecessary paint job on a Classic – Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 review

by 7 months ago

Watching a professional match in Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 (UMvC 3) is one of the most brilliant spectacles in video games. From the health bar-clearing combos to the screen-filling …

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Interview with game developers for Let It Die

by 9 months ago

A couple weeks ago Gaming Trend had a chance to go out to Los Angeles, California and sit down with the developers for the PS4 exclusive Let It Die coming …

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You haven’t lived until you: Let It Die preview

by 9 months ago

If you’re familiar with Grasshopper Manufacture (makers of Killer 7, No More Heroes and Lollipop Chainsaw), you’ll instantly recognize Let It Die for its style. The world is made up …

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You cannot avoid death: Neurovoider review

by 10 months ago

Finding the right balance between fun and difficulty in video games isn’t an easy task for developers, but developer Flying Oaks mixes the right formula. Neurovoider is a retro rogue-like …

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All we found was sand, and blood: Battlefield 1 multiplayer beta impressions

by 11 months ago

Battlefield 1’s open beta had its fair share of technical issues with a reported DDoS attack crashing its servers on the first day and even more sever issues later on …

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You’re dead if you run out of gas: Attack on Titan review

by 12 months ago

You're the prey, and we're the hunters. Attack on Titan is one of the most beloved anime in recent memory. Revered for its intense story, beautiful yet graphic animation, and …

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