Casey Scheld Gamer Biography

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Drawn to the underground side of gaming, Casey Scheld has made it his mission to help out the lesser known heroes of gaming. JRPGs? Indies? Quirky platformers? If you’ve never heard of it, he’s reviewed, guided, and mastered it.

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Casey Scheld’s Favorite Genres


Adventure Games70%
Beat Em Up Games90%
Fighting Games90%
Horror Games70%
Racing Games70%
Roleplaying Games80%
Retro Games90%
Sports Games20%
Strategy Games30%

Casey Scheld’s Highest Rated Reviews

Streets of Rage 4 Review

The long dormant Streets of Rage series returns with fists-a-blazin’ (literally) in Dotemu, Lizardcube, and Guard Crush Games’ Streets of Rage 4…

Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone Review

The teal-haired wonder Hatsune Miku is back with her biggest release yet. Packing more than 200 songs, does SEGA’s Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA…

The Awakened Fate Ultimatum Review

Difficult games tread a fine line between frustrating and fun, but titles that pull off this balance are often true classics. Nippon Ichi Software…

Casey Scheld’s Lowest Rated Reviews

Life is Pointless Review

Some games are cinematic affairs, some games are competitive marvels, and some games provide touching experiences. However, there are also some…

Sanic the Hawtdawg: Da Movie Review

The blue blur Sonic may have gotten a second chance with his overhauled movie, but what about Sanic? For all those that are (morbidly) curious…

Toddler Simulator Review

The wide world of video game simulators has given players the chance to be truck drivers, pilots, and even goats. JoshCorp’s Toddler Simulator…

Casey Scheld’s Q&A

Question: How long have you been gaming and what got you started?
Answer: Since childhood. It all started with a Game Boy and Tetris.

Casey Scheld

Senior Reviews Editor
Question: What’s your finest gaming moment/achievement?
Answer: Getting a double-perfect on a super-serious fighting game fan in Third Strike. His reaction was priceless

Casey Scheld

Senior Reviews Editor
Question: What would you say are your 3 most favorite games of all time?
Answer: Sonic CD, Third Strike, and Super Smash Bros. Melee.

Casey Scheld

Senior Reviews Editor
Question: If you could be any video-game character, who would it be and why?
Answer: The ball from Pong — it’d be a simple life.

Casey Scheld

Senior Reviews Editor
Question: If you were given the opportunity to create a game, what kind of game would you make?
Answer: Something with a creative spirit, something that recaptures the arcade spirit rarely found today.

Casey Scheld

Senior Reviews Editor

Gamers Heroes Editors

Casey Scheld

Senior Editor
Drawn to the underground side of gaming, Casey helps the lesser known heroes of video games. If you’ve never heard of it, he’s mastered it.

Johnny Hurricane

Johnny Hurricane is the resident hardcore gamer here at Gamers Heroes. You'll usually find him diving deep into the latest releases as he attempts to conquer each and every game that crosses his path.

Mostly known for his ability to create detailed and comprehensive guides on even the most complex of game mechanics, you'll sometimes see the odd review and editorial topic but his true abilities lie in competitive gaming.

Johnny Hurricane's Gamer Biography

Blaine Smith

Blaine "Captain Camper" Smith is one of the original founders of Gamers Heroes. Now operating under the guise of Editor-in-Chief (purely because we felt the position was needed for public relations purposes), he's tasked with a lot of the kind of jobs that would put you to sleep at your desk.

When he's not catching some Zs, you'll likely find him arguing points he knows nothing about, playing the latest rogue-like he'll never complete, or breaking something on the website that never needed fixing.

You can best reach him on Twitter