Brendan Quinn

Brendan Quinn
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Brendan’s favourite things in the world are videogames, comic books, and snowboarding. Not talented enough to actually work in these industries, he is content to write about them.
Latest Articles From Brendan Quinn
Uncharted: Lost Legacy - a Return to Form

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy (PlayStation 4) Review – Return to Form

I didn’t really enjoy Uncharted 4. I want to get that out of the way right now. It was an undoubtedly stunning, well-written, gorgeously animated game—but it was boring. There was...
Tokyo42, mystery games, and Carefully Crafted Controversy 2

Tokyo42, mystery games, and Carefully Crafted Controversy

It’s tough out there, in Ye Olde Gaming Industry, for a small-time, low-key, Indie developer to get the word out on their passion project. There’s only so much that interviews, social...
Matterfall (PlayStation 4) Review: Fluid, Frenetic, Explosive 7

Matterfall (PlayStation 4) Review: Fluid, Frenetic, Explosive

Matterfall is the latest from Housemarque, the studio famous for games like Resogun and Super Stardust. Following the trend set by the earlier games, Matterfall is part side-scroller, and part bullet-hell...
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Odyssey: Education Through Engagement – an Interview With Omkar Deshpande

As technology evolves alongside education, we gain the ability to shift from classical deeply ingrained teaching methods to something better. No longer are teachers beholden to out-dated and old-fashioned systems of...
Masquerada: Songs and Shadows (PlayStation 4) Review - Solid First Outing

Masquerada: Songs and Shadows (PlayStation 4) Review – Solid First Outing

Masquerada: Songs and Shadows is a tactical RPG from Witching Hour Studios out of Singapore. Players engage in real-time combat that can be paused in order to issue commands, plan attacks,...
WipEout Omega Collection (PlayStation 4) Review - A Supersonic Update 8

WipEout Omega Collection (PlayStation 4) Review – A Supersonic Update

I remember first playing Wipeout on a demo disc from PlayStation Magazine way back in 1995. At the time, the game felt fast as hell, and blasting around a futuristic race...
Weathered Spirit - And Interview With TITAN 1 STUDIOS Kyle Smith 3

Weathered Spirit – An Interview With TITAN 1 STUDIOS Kyle Smith

Editor’s Note: The following interview with TITAN 1 STUDIOS is available in full in this month’s issue of CGMagazine. Click here for more details! TITAN 1 STUDIOS is a Toronto based comics...
The Mind of a World Creator - An Interview with Alexandre Amancio 8

The Mind of a World Creator – An Interview with Alexandre Amancio

When it comes to the gaming industry, new studios come and go almost on a daily basis. Even some of the big names of yesteryear no longer exist, and what is...
Star Wars: Forces of Destiny Interview With Jenifer Muno

Star Wars: Forces of Destiny Interview With Jennifer Muro

With Disney now commanding the Star Wars Universe, fans are in store for a ton of new content taking place in a galaxy far, far, away. From movies and comic books...
Talking eSports with The Sailor Scouts - Interview

Talking eSports with The Sailor Scouts – Interview

To say Overwatch is a popular game would be an understatement. Both casually and competitively, Blizzard’s colourful hero shooter boasts one of the highest player counts and is only gaining steam....
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Resident Evil 7, Spider Pig, and Lorde an Interview With Michael A. Levine

When one thinks of Resident Evil 7, the mind doesn’t automatically go right to the Kit Kat jingle (gimme a break) or Spider Pig from The Simpsons Movie. However, the creepy...
The Silver Case PlayStation 4 Review - A Solid HD Release

The Silver Case PlayStation 4 Review – A Solid HD Release

There are certain video game styles from each generation that while critically acclaimed and innovative for the time, do not carry over well to the next generation. As control schemes evolve,...