Sean Lama

PROFILE:

I've been playing video games forever and writing about video games for over a decade. I'm an "experience" guy - don't give me convoluted mechanics, give me a world I can get lost in.

Posts by Sean Lama:

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor puts you on the front line of the battlefield

by 1 day ago

Shadow of Mordor is ambitious, it's trying to be a lot of things at one time, and, based on my short hands-on with the game at PAX Prime this weekend, …

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Metatheory Podcast Episode 3 – a pre-PAX Prime celebration

by , , and 5 days ago

    PAX Prime is only a matter of hours away, big companies and small indie teams alike will be flocking to Seattle to show off their latest and greatest games. The …

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    Metatheory Podcast Episode 2 – like an episode of Full House, but with 100% more video games

    by , , and 2 weeks ago

      The Gaming Trend crew comes together for the second episode of the brand new Metatheory Podcast. This episode stars Sean Lama as CHO (Chief Hosting Officer), with Kenneth Shepard, Spencer …

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      Metatheory Podcast debut episode – Gamescom rocks our world this week

      by , and 3 weeks ago

        Come one, come all, to the very first episode of the Metatheory Podcast hosted right here at Gaming Trend! We're very proud to bring this show to you on a …

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        New Dragon Age: Inquisition trailer and screenshots are full of story and spells

        by 3 weeks ago

        The latest trailer and screenshots for Dragon Age: Inquisition to come out of Gamescom give us a taste of what to expect out of the narrative - and no surprise, …

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        Two more indie ports for PS4: Journey and The Unfinished Swan

        by 3 weeks ago

        The PS4 is quickly becoming a haven for abstract indie titles. Announced this morning by their respective developers, Journey and The Unfinished Swan are both headed to the PS4 in …

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        A Blissful Purgatory – Divinity: Original Sin Review

        by and 3 weeks ago

        Divinity: Original Sin is a title that seems to speak to a certain kind of player. The gameplay requires experience, and to get the most out of it means having …

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        TGIF: Gaming Trend’s Weekend Lineup

        by , and 1 month ago

          It’s Friday, which means it’s time to hunker down in our man (or lady) caves, reinforced by a fortress of snack foods and beverages, and sit far too close to …

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          Indie title Lovely Planet uses MS Paint style graphics to woo shooter fans

          by 1 month ago

          Upon my first scan of the press release for Lovely Planet's  debut on Steam, I admit I thought it was a joke. The language in the press release seemed a …

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          Titanfall DLC ‘Frontier’s Edge’ adds three new maps to Xbox One and PC versions, 360 a no-show

          by 1 month ago

          The Titanfall PS4 announcement I keep waiting for hasn't surfaced yet, but at least new content has arrived which means when the game does finally reach PS4, assumingly with the …

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          New content, familiar game – Resogun Review

          by 2 months ago

          When I originally reviewed Resogun, I deemed it a premier launch title for the PS4. It's a fast-paced side-scrolling shooter with beautiful visuals and an electrifying soundtrack. It also makes …

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          Games are growing up this Fall with indie title Oscar

          by 3 months ago

          The last time I spoke to Josh, lead designer and composer on Oscar, the Kickstarter for the game was still 25 days away from completion and the future of Oscar …

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