Ron Burke

PROFILE:

Ron Burke is the Director, creator, and owner of Gaming Trend.  Currently living in Fort Worth Texas, Ron is what you’d call a hardcore old-school gamer.  He’s owned every major console since the Colecovision, as well as a Commodore 16, a VIC 20, a Commodore 64, an Amiga 500, and so on.  Working with Origin, he was the first Counselor in Ultima Online, and then later the first Seer.  As a reviewer, Ron has authored over 1000 previews and reviews, as well as interviewing some of the luminaries of this industry including Richard Garriott, Hironobu Sakaguchi, Mike Laidlaw, Ray Muzyka and Greg Zeschuk, Peter Molyneux, and many more.

Posts by Ron Burke:

Get to work, human meatbag! – Job Simulator PSVR review

by 4 weeks ago

There’s no doubt that the PlayStation 4’s PSVR system has had a pretty solid launch. Many of the products that arrived on launch day were of the simulation variety, eschewing …

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Freedom to act – Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands hands-on preview

by 1 month ago

    Bolivia used to be a peaceful country. Tourists, parades, and happiness -- but all of that was before El Sueño and his Santa Blanca cartel arrived. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon …

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    Call of Cthulhu: The Official Video Game gets a story trailer

    by 1 month ago

    "We live on a placid island of ignorance in the midst of black seas of infinity, and it was not meant that we should voyage far" - H.P. Lovecraft There …

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    C&C creator Louis Castle interview – War Commander: Rogue Assault

    by 2 months ago

    If you are an old dirt farmer like me, you pumped countless hours into the Command & Conquer games.  Series creator Louis Castle remembers and wants to bring that experience …

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    PlayStation VR through the eyes of a nausea sufferer

    by 2 months ago

    You’ll see a lot of reviews about PlayStation VR over the next few weeks, but very few from somebody who went in knowing that VR makes them sick. Since my …

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    “You seem to have this nasty habit of surviving.” – I Expect You To Die PSVR review

    by 2 months ago

    The launch window for the PlayStation VR has been pretty solid, but most of what was available at launch in October could easily be described as tech demos. As the …

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    Park is under construction – Rollercoaster Tycoon World review

    by 2 months ago

    Rollercoaster Tycoon is a franchise that consumed an obscene amount of my time over the years. From the Chris Sawyer days for RCT1 and 2, to the Frontier Development-powered RCT3 …

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    Battletech – Hands on at MechCon 2016

    by 2 months ago

    First, an admission -- I’m a backer of Harebrained Schemes’ Battletech. As a self-described mech junkie, seeing what the team behind the turn-based Shadowrun revival had in store for the …

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    Gaming Trend Last Second Holiday Guide 2016

    by 2 months ago

      2016 has been an absolutely awful year. Celebrity deaths aplenty, a contentious and divisive election, and a ton of game delays. Even with all of that, however, 2016 was no …

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      MechCon Vancouver 2016 – An incredible time to be a MechWarrior

      by 2 months ago

      I’m surrounded by more than 500 people that can tell you the accurate range of an ER PPC, how many hardpoints it takes up, and in what chassis variants you …

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      The Flame in the Flood Complete Edition coming to PS4 in January

      by 3 months ago

      I called Kickstarter-darling The Flame in the Flood unique, sometimes obtuse, and challenging, but had no shortage of recommendation for the game.  You can check out that review for the …

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      [Fig] Kingdoms and Castles is a unique look at castle building

      by 3 months ago

      As you know, we are big fans of indie projects here at Gaming Trend. Today I've got a new one to keep your eyes on entitled Kingdoms and Castles. Made …

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