PROFILE:

Mitch Youngblood, aka Whiteboyskim, joined Gaming Trend in 2002 and currently serves as a staff writer and reviewer. He has crafted numerous reviews that displayed his passionate opinions on gaming and the industry at large. Some of these opinions have lead to him being labeled as "insane." He prefers the term "eccentric." In addition to his current job as a Web Content Editor in the hospitality industry, his career has proven to be a varied one with tours of duty in newspapers (such as The Dallas Morning News), IT, video and film production, and commercial real estate. A native of Texas, but without the accent, Mitch lives in suburbia there with his wife (frequently referred to as My Fair Lady) and son. His favorite games of all time are, in order, Planescape: Torment, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, Half-Life (the series), Grim Fandango, and The Curse of Monkey Island. Batman: Arkham Asylum is on the list too, but the list varies depending on his mood and is also subject to change depending on the moon. Stalk or follow him on Twitter at @mitchwbs. You know you want to.

Posts by Mitch Youngblood:

Cybertron Falls in the Best Way Possible

by 2 years ago

I'm stunned by just how much fun "Fall of Cybertron" is. This isn't a game that will redefine the genre or anything else hyperbolic in nature. What it is, however, …

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Transformers: Fall of Cybertron Preview

by 2 years ago

Previously on Transformers: War for Cybertron… Cybertron is lost to the Autobots. Decepticons are victorious, but not without cost. Champions on both sides lay fallen on heaps of scrap and …

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Dead Island is a Trippy, Hellish Paradise

by 3 years ago

 A long time ago, several Aliens-inspired mods hit for DOOM. The one that stood out from the rest of the pack opened the same way Dead Island does - in …

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Dungeon Siege III – Treasures Of The Sun Review

by 3 years ago

 Rheinhardt fistbumping some skeletons. Tucked into a small alcove near the start of the Dungeon Siege 3 - Treasures of the Sun DLC is a wooden sign. Upon the sign …

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Dungeon Siege III Review

by 3 years ago

At first blush, Dungeon Siege 3 appears to be a misnomer. There is nary a dungeon for the first few hours of the story. To be certain, there are monster-filled …

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Fable 3

by 3 years ago

The “Fable” trilogy is something of an odd bird. The first game was as generic and plain as vanilla ice cream, and about as flavorful. There was nothing new to …

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Silent Hill Downpour E3 2011 Gameplay

by 3 years ago

We have a nice pair of videos for you tonight of the next installment in the Silent Hill franchise, a series that somehow manages to grow stranger each time to …

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Nintendo Wii U Exclusive Hands-On Legend of Zelda HD E32011

by 3 years ago

While in the Nintendo Wii U demonstration, Ron also was able to play a demo version of the upcoming Legend of Zelda HD title. You can take a look below …

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Nintendo Wii U Exclusive Hands-On E32011

by 3 years ago

Nintendo appears to have turned a number of heads with their announcement of the Wii U. Fortunately, our fearless leader proved his fearless leadershipness by venturing forth and playing with …

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Nintendo Booth Sweep 2011

by 3 years ago

And who out there wants to see what the Nintendo booth looked like? Want pictures? How about videos like this one: [youtube]NJoFSGF8na4[/youtube]…

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TEKKEN Coming Soon to Nintendo

by 3 years ago

    NAMCO BANDAI Games announced today that they have two new TEKKEN titles in the works for the Nintendo platforms, and if you have the feeling that the first half of …

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    Majesco Partners With NBA For Original Franchise

    by 3 years ago

      Majesco sent out word via press release that they have partnered with the National Basketball Association, currently sweating it out over who will be crowned king - the Miami Heat …

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