Stefan Alexander

PROFILE:

Stefan started gaming the day his dad brought home a shiny, brand new commodore 64. He's been hooked ever since. Whether he's leveling up his ninja in Final Fantasy Tactics, cruising the streets of San Andreas or working on his Terran build order, videogames are never far from his mind. He is currently on the lookout for an appropriate 12 step program to address his electronic addiction.

Posts by Stefan Alexander:

“GZ is more like a tutorial” – Hideo Kojima tweets on Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes

by 1 year ago

    It’s safe to assume that Hideo Kojima had himself a good time this weekend. Besides his usual twitter posts concerning what type of dumplings he had for dinner and images …

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    “A game where you’ll never feel safe.” – New Alien: Isolation trailer available now: “Creating the Alien”

    by 1 year ago

    I promised myself I'd never get excited about another Alien game after the gut-wrenching disappointment that is Colonial Marines. But I must admit Alien: Isolation is really starting to pique …

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    A bloody good game – Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 review

    by 1 year ago

    The first Lords of Shadow was a line in the sand for many old school Castlevania fans. Mercury Steam’s departure from the familiar 2D gameplay and the non-canon nature of …

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    Guess who’s back – Lords of Shadow 2 DLC lets you play as Alucard.

    by 1 year ago

    Everyone's favorite half vampire is finally back where he belongs as a fully playable character in the upcoming downloadable content for Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2. Today's announcement from Konami …

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    What’s Jack thinking? – Jack Tretton steps down as CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment of America

    by 1 year ago

      Hot on the heels of the most successful console launch in history, Sony Computer Entertainment America President and CEO, Jack Tretton, is unexpectedly stepping down. The news comes as a …

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      Tales of Symphonia Chronicles Launch trailer

      by 1 year ago

      Namco Bandai just released the latest trailer for TALES OF SYMPHONIA CHRONICLES and we have it here for your perusal. Releasing tomorrow exclusively on the PS3, Tales of Symphonia Chronicles …

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      Good clean fun – Dustforce review

      by 1 year ago

      Welcome to the age of indie games. Thanks to advancements in design programs that allow for small team development, and increased internet speeds that make digital-only distribution a reality, more …

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      More than one way to skin a monster – Toukiden: The Age of Demons review

      by 1 year ago

      I've never understood the appeal of monster hunting. Generally I prefer my RPG's with deep plots and rich characters rather than a focus on battles and collecting, which is why …

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      War is Hell and there are no winners – PS4 overtakes Xbox One sales in January

      by 1 year ago

        Just in case you were wondering, Sony's PS4 January sales were double those of the Xbox One, making the PS4 the #1 selling game console in the US and continuing …

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        Sonic gets a facelift – Sega announces new look, new game, and a new show for its gaming icon

        by 1 year ago

        Good news for hedgehog fans, SEGA is launching a new, multiplatform branch to their Sonic universe, called Sonic Boom. Along with new games for the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS …

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        Luigi’s making house calls – Dr. Luigi review

        by 1 year ago

        As a final sendoff to the Year of Luigi, Nintendo presents a new version of the beloved classic puzzle game, Dr. Mario, only this time it’s Luigi who’s administering prognosis. …

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        Dungeon crawling on your phone – Archangel review

        by 1 year ago

        There’s a reason more people are starting to take their phones seriously as gaming devices. Not only are the games cheaper and accessible from virtually anywhere, but more and more …

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