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Tim Torres - Editor-in-chief Tim Torres is a video game geek, a tech nut, a film nerd, and he occasionally picks up a book once in a while. He has written all manner of copy for PCMag, Computer Shopper, The Jersey Journal, Radio One, and Random House. As a video game critic and podcast host, he has written in-depth reviews, attended industry events, conducted interviews and led creative discussions on various topics related to games and the games industry. Before entering the tech world, he attended New York University and worked in education as an art instructor. In his spare time he acts, sketches, eats a lot of sushi and watches a lot of Netflix. He does not hate Final Fantasy VII.

The crew returns to discuss the elephant in the room: #Gamergate. After that little charmer we move quickly through topics including Bungie’s Destiny,...

Mario Kart 8 has DLC coming and it looks great. But for the most part DLC is awful. It’s usually locked on-disc, available “day one”,...

Silent Hill effectively died with Silent Hill 4: The Room, when Team Silent disbanded after it felt the foggy town had run its course. Konami kept...

I’ve been playing Final Fantasy X HD Remaster on Vita a while now and I’m still impressed with how well the game holds up 13 years after...

Red Letter Media’s video game show, Pre-Rec, features two guys named Jack and Rich. In a recent episode they call the old Sonic the Hedgehog...

Resident Evil has been around for almost 20 years. In that time a lot of games and lot of ports of those games have popped up. If you’re getting...

First Samus Aran, now Aya Brea. In Parasite Eve and Parasite Eve 2, the former NYPD detective kicked monsters up the Bronx and down the Battery with her...

Kingston Technology, maker of solid-state drives, SD cards, and card readers, has entered the gaming headset market — and the results are good....

Square Enix has once again taken two steps forward and one step back. After three years of waiting, wondering, and petitioning, Square finally announced...

Eric Guzman, PC and Features Editor Although Nintendo didn’t have an official conference at E3 they sure as hell delivered. We saw more Smash Bros....

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