Ron Burke

PROFILE:

Ron Burke is the Director, creator, and owner of Gaming Trend.  Hailing from Phoenix Arizona, 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:

Razer’s Junglecat iPhone controller is incredible

by 2 months ago

There are a LOT of options on the market to bring controller options to the cell phone market. Well, Razer has a device they are calling Junglecat that aims to …

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E3 2014 – Embrace the madness with this Day 1 sizzle trailer

by 2 months ago

    You've likely seen dozens of awesome videos the team has brought for your enjoyment, both on our Youtube Channel and on our front page, but would you like to get …

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    Skylanders Trap Team- Capturing evil to unleash them for good

    by 2 months ago

    The Skylanders franchise has captured not one but two markets. Combining the in-game action with tangible toy creatures, the team at Toys for Bob have created a sensation. Selling over …

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    Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved gets October release date, new realm

    by 2 months ago

    Is October fully packed? Yes, I think it is! Well, the folks at Harmonix are adding one more straw on top as they announce the release date for Disney Fantasia: …

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    The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt gets new gameplay trailer, CE announced, and CCG version

    by 2 months ago

    A lot of RPGs have become trope-filled parodies, relying on the tried and true rather than really taking the opportunity to innovate.   The Witcher series is not one of them.  …

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    Dragon Age: Inquisition – Meet Sera

    by 2 months ago

    Bioware is preparing to blow the lid off of Dragon Age: Inquisition (I can't wait to see this next week!), and today we get to see one of the companions …

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    The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing II PC Review – much more for the man in the hat

    by 2 months ago

    A little over a month ago you might have checked out our hands-on preview of The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing II and wondered how the final product panned out. …

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    War Thunder launches for free on PlayStation 4, is multiplatform with PC

    by 2 months ago

    When Sony announced the PlayStation 4 and their own commitment to a more open platform the first thing that sprang to mind was how easily they could embrace the free-to-play …

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    Dragon Age: Inquisition – Therinfal Redoubt

    by 2 months ago

    This week we've got a quick taste of five new screenshots for Dragon Age: Inquisition.  This time we look at Therinfal Redoubt, a gorgeous castle with lush greenery and secret …

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    TGIF: Gaming Trend’s Weekend Lineup

    by , , and 2 months ago

      We’re just over a week away from our journey to the gaming mecca, our 4-day vacation in which we do nothing but sit in front of our TV and computer …

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      We marvel at The Winter Palace in Dragon Age: Inquisition

      by 2 months ago

      We marvel at The Winter Palace in Dragon Age: Inquisition The team at Bioware has once again updated their official blog for Dragon Age: Inquisition, and this time it's with …

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      Watch Dogs Review – Digital Parkour in the best sandbox I’ve ever played

      by 2 months ago

      eBay was breached, Heartbleed is running rampant, Sony’s passwords were compromised, DDoS assaults are exceeding 100s of Gigabits of traffic per second, and upwards of 95% of the Internet is …

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