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Bryan Clutter is the Editor-in-Chief and Founder of Level Down Games, where he also covers editorial content, reviews, podcasts, video editing, and is an influencer in the gaming community. He has been passionate about gaming since the young age of three, and has been absorbed in it ever since. Nowadays, he is a lover of obscure, random JRPG titles (both new and old), and attempts to play as many games as humanly possible. Seriously… he attempts to get through every single new release, even though this task is feasibly impossible. His favorites genres include RPG’s of any kind (and he will play these over any other type of game and genre 9 times out of 10), Action Adventure, Platformer, Survival Horror, and MMO’s. He is also a huge fan of professional wrestling and an ardent music lover.

Nintendo Focus – Is This the NX?

Mark this down as a strong rumor for now. While a lot of what you’re about to read would be great if true, we aren’t entirely sure it’s worth believing. Yet. A few days ago, a user on 4chan supposedly…

No Man’s Sky Review

When last we talked about No Man’s Sky, we touched briefly on the first four things we did in the initial hours of the game. If you haven’t read that yet, click here to check that out, as that article…

Patch 7.1: Return to Karazhan

Blizzard just announced during a livestream from Gamescom that Patch 7.1 in World of Warcraft will be Return to Karazhan. This raid from the Burning Crusade expansion has been long requested by player…

Final Fantasy XV Delay is Official

After a tumultuous ride over the last 48 hours, Square Enix officially confirmed today that the Final Fantasy XV delay rumor is indeed real. Originally set to release on September 30, it will now be a…

PS4 Firmware Update 4.00 Previewed

Sony has officially pulled back the curtain on the PS4 Firmware Update 4.00, detailing some of the things PS4 owners can expect when the firmware is officially launched in the future. PS4 Firmware Upd…

Destiny: The Collection Announced

Activision and Bungie have revealed Destiny: The Collection, set to be released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 20. Players will be able to take part in the entire Destiny story, starting …