Bryan
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Bryan is the Editor-in-Chief and Founder of Level Down Games. 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 possible. His favorites genres include RPG's of any kind, Action Adventure, Platformer, Survival Horror, and MMO's. He is also a huge fan of professional wrestling.

Rime by Tequila Works Secures a Publisher

Rime, that game from Tequila Works that was originally scheduled to be released as a PlayStation 4 exclusive before being bought back by Tequila Works, has found a new publisher, Grey Box and Six Foot…

GWENT: Closed Beta Launch Date

CD PROJEKT RED has announced that the targeted Closed Beta launch date for GWENT: The Witcher Card Game will no longer be hitting its targeted September date. Citing the need for more time with the ga…

2064: Read Only Memories Delayed

Developer MidBoss has announced today that 2064: Read Only Memories has been delayed from it’s original scheduled launch date of August 16. As of now, the game is set to be released on PlayStati…

Letter Quest Remastered Review

Sitting around during a family game night playing Scrabble, have you ever thought to yourself, “What this game needs is a sense of adventure and role playing mechanics?” If so, then Letter…

Abzu Review

A fascinating trip into the underwater world, Abzu does everything right and really shows just how large the ocean is. Diving deeper and deeper into the ocean and game, you’ll soon come face to …

A Message to Nintendo

How Nintendo Shaped My Childhood and Created My Love of Video Games It all started when I was three years old, sitting at the end of my Uncle’s bed, watching him run through Super Mario Bros. 2.…

Rising Islands Review

Take a trip back to the era of the PlayStation and Nintendo 64, when games like Spyro the Dragon, Donkey Kong 64, Gex: Enter the Gecko, Banjo Kazooie, and Super Mario 64 captured the imagination and h…