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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.

Batman: Return to Arkham Release Date Set

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment have announced that Batman: Return to Arkham will be releasing on October 21 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The combo pack includes the two amazing games, Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham…

Hitman Episode 5: Colorado Releasing Sept. 27

IO Interactive and Square Enix have announced today that Hitman Episode 5: Colorado will be available starting on September 27 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. This episode will take Agent 47 in to enemy territory on a private…

Back To Our Regularly Scheduled Updates, Soon

If you’ve been wondering why Level Down Games hasn’t had any news articles, reviews, opinion pieces, or basically any new updates since Monday, you aren’t alone. We have been tucked away on the Broken Isles, exploring everything World of Warcraft:…

Ian’s Eyes Review

Ian’s Eyes has intrigued me for quite some time. It’s also the second title I’ve played this year with a blind child as the main character, the first being Beyond Eyes. But unlike in Beyond Eyes, where you lead Rae…

Hitman Episode 4 Review – Bangkok

It’s becoming worrisome that IO Interactive may have used their best tricks and mechanics for the Intro Pack/Paris, and Sapienza missions. Those two areas alone created more joy and more honest fun than Marrakesh, and now Bangkok, could even attempt…

Hatsune Miku Project Diva X Review

I have a tendency to get addicted to rhythm games. Elite Beat Agents, the Rhythm Heaven series, Theathrhythm Final Fantasy, Gitaroo Man, the list can go on and on. If I divulged how many hours were spent tucked away in…

Hitman Episode 3 Review – Marrakesh

IO Interactive has kept me engaged and thinking about Hitman far more than I thought I would be since playing the Intro Pack and Paris mission. Due to the fact that I came in late on the episodic releases, I…

Goodbye and So Long, Draenor

The final days of Draenor are upon us. Tuesday (August 30) marks the beginning of Legion, and a majority of the player base could not be more excited. After what was a fairly interesting (for all the wrong reasons) expansion…