Sean A. Lama

PROFILE:

I've been playing video games forever and writing about video games for over a decade. I'm an "immersion" guy - give me a world I can get lost in.

Posts by Sean A. Lama:

Metatheory Podcast Episode 6 – mobile games are stealing our time and we’re rapping about froyo

by 4 weeks ago

    The Gaming Trend crew embarks on another episode of the Metatheory Podcast and catches up on the latest and greatest games, like The Evil Within, Ancient Space, and... Angry Birds …

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    Ancient Space Review – lost in space

    by 4 weeks ago

    Ancient Space is a story-driven, singleplayer real-time strategy game that takes place in - you guessed it - space. It's very reminiscent of Homeworld. However, unlike Homeworld, I did not …

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    The Night of the Rabbit team is publishing Dead Synchronicity, a Sanitarium inspired adventure

    by 1 month ago

    Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today is a 2D adventure game that takes place in a dystopian world. Developed by German developer Fictiorama Studios, developer/publisher Daedalic Entertainment, known for their adventure …

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    Metatheory Podcast Episode 5 – October is for scary games and misogyny is for never

    by 1 month ago

      The Gaming Trend crew assemble once again for another episode of the Metatheory podcast. In this episode the team realizes that the Gaming Trend staff is full of scaredy cats... …

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      Metatheory Podcast Episode 4 – We talk about the magic of PAX, this Fall’s most anticipated games, hentai, and Australian killers

      by 1 month ago

        Host Sean Lama is joined by Gaming Trend staffers Lucious Barnes, Kenneth Shepard, and Eric Van Allen as they discuss the games they are looking forward to most this Fall …

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        Grand Theft Auto V PS4 bundle spotted on European Amazon sites

        by 1 month ago

        The upcoming current-gen versions of Grand Theft Auto V are a big deal considering the last-gen versions have sold over 20 million copies to date. It was discovered by IGN …

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        Xbox boss says ID@Xbox parity clause keeps Xbox One users from becoming second class

        by 1 month ago

        The ID@Xbox parity clause says that if a developer wants to release their game on Xbox One via the ID@Xbox program, the Xbox One version has to be released at …

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        Astro’s mobile minded A38 bluetooth headset is a charmer

        by 2 months ago

        Astro is known for their high-end gaming headsets, but they’re missing out on a vast demographic of people who consume the bulk of their entertainment through mobile devices. The A38 …

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        We exert maximum effort in our hands-on with Atari shooter Minimum

        by 2 months ago

        Minimum is a mostly traditional multiplayer shooter that tacks on some fantastic features to give it depth yet still easy to approach. The title of the game alludes to its …

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        Get ready for another flavor of war – we go hands-on with World of Warships

        by 3 months ago

        First they gave us tanks, then planes, and now battleships? Wargaming.net is going the whole nine yards and giving us yet another flavor of war. World of Warships is a …

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

        by 3 months 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 3 months 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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