Brian Peterson

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Name: Brian Peterson
Date registered: December 1st, 2011


Staff Writer, Sports Editor I have been a Store Manager for GameStop for 13 years to make "da dollars". I write for GA in my spare time to make use of the years I paid for college loans. In my spare spare time, I write music under the alias "The Feast of the Dead" and have released independently 6 CD's and have even supplied the podcast theme song for N4G's podcast. I'm married to my beautiful wife Sarah and enjoy film and music of all genres especially horror themed

Latest posts

  1. NBA Live 15 review for Xbox One, PS4 — November 21st, 2014
  2. NBA 2K15 review for Xbox One, PS4 — November 5th, 2014
  3. Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved review for Xbox One — October 28th, 2014
  4. D4 (Dark Dreams Don’t Die) review for Xbox One — October 16th, 2014
  5. South Park Pinball review for PS4, Xbox One — October 14th, 2014

Author's posts listings

Jeopardy! review for PS3, Xbox 360

What is…a great videogame version of “America’s Favorite Quiz Show” for $1000?

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Wheel of Fortune review for PS3, Xbox 360

I’d like to solve the puzzle! Pat Sajack and Vanna White return in the best videogame representation of “America’s Game” yet.

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Zone of the Enders HD Collection review for Xbox 360, PS3

Two classics have the dust blown off them and get the HD treatment, but are these games too dated in 2012?

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Medal of Honor: Warfighter review for Xbox 360, PS3, PC

A nice surprise after last year’s let down of sorts, that not only tries to tell a story, but also attempts to provide accessible gameplay for casual and hardcore players alike.

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Need for Speed: Most Wanted review for Xbox 360, PS3

Finally, a new Need for Speed game that brings back old school NFS memories while delivering one of the most heart pounding racing experiences that the series has seen to date.

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NBA 2K13 review for PS3, Xbox 360

You can’t be number 2 if there’s no competition, but that doesn’t mean this game doesn’t rock

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Naughty Bear: Panic in Paradise review for XBLA, PSN

The straight-to-download Naughty Bear sequel might even be more “un-bear-able” than the first.

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Zombie Driver HD review for XBLA

HD or not HD, to not buy Zombie Driver HD is a no brainer for zombie fans. For everyone else you may find yourself feeling a little dead inside.

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 review for Xbox 360, PS3

They have some momentum but Konami’s Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 may be a little too late to catch EA’s franchise in this generation of consoles.

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FIFA 13 review for Xbox 360, PS3

While not quite as dramatic of an update as given to other EA Sports franchises recently, FIFA 13 is still the most complete soccer game package yet.

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NHL 13 review for Xbox 360, PS3

With any chance of an actual NHL season this year still a mystery, NHL 13 may be as close as you can get.

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Joe Danger 2: The Movie review for XBLA, PSN

Get ready for Joe Danger 2: Electric Boogaloo! Is Joe’s latest stunt a crowd pleaser or does it totally crash and burn? Read on for the review to see what we think.

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Rock Band Blitz review for XBLA, PSN

You are a one man band in this instrumentless, yet addicting, button mashing music rhythm spin-off.

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Summer Stars 2012 review for PS3, Xbox 360

The 2012 London Olympic Games may be over, but the fun still goes on.

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Madden NFL 13 review for Xbox 360, PS3

The truest, most realistic experience you can expect to have playing the game of football without actually being there. A must buy for anyone who considers themselves a real football fan.

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Frogger: Hyper Arcade Edition review for XBLA, PSN, WiiWare

This game of Frogger isn’t going to win over anyone who isn’t a fan or maybe too young to really “get it”, but for old fogies like myself, Hyper Arcade Edition is a new and “ribbeting” challenge that will more than satisfy fans of the series without tainting their memories.

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NCAA Football 13 review for Xbox 360, PS3

While it may be a bit too familiar, this year’s crop of college stars still deliver a solid performance on the field.

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