Casey Scheld Gamer Biography

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Casey Scheld’s Reviews

Described as an “aggressive bullet barrage shooter,” CITY CONNECTION makes a compelling case to shoot-’em-up with their shoot-’em-up BATSUGUN Saturn Tribute Boosted. Should players brave this onslaught, or should this 90s-era shooter stay in the past?
The 80s are back (did they ever really go?) with the release of Virtual Edition’s neon-soaked racer Synthwave FURY. Does its fusion of synthwave, retrowave and vaporwave evoke those sweet neo-retro feels, or is this title more outdated than the Betamax?
Inspired by a passage in one of English philosopher John Locke’s many works, KigyoDev mixes dark themes with a sense of humor in their new visual novel Locke(d). The question is, should players trap themselves in this peculiar situation?
Who doesn’t like crossovers? Not only do they exploit nostalgia, they also offer fresh new content for diehard fans to enjoy. If the recent kart racer Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing was a love letter to Sega fans, its beefed up sequel Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing Transformed is a full-blown serenade. Does this racer steal gamers’ hearts…or break them?
Since its debut in 1995, fans of Namco Bandai’s Tales series have saved the world more than 20 times over. These JRPG fanatics are no doubt thrilled about the recent localization of Tales of Xillia, but does this PS3-exclusive live up to the series’ dynasty?
Western music games like Rock Band and Guitar Hero may have gone the way of the keyboard accordion, but this rhythm-based genre is still alive and well in Japan. SEGA and Crypton’s Hatsune Miku series of games has been keeping the beat for years, and this green-haired idol is set to make her debut in the states with Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F.
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