Kyle Vaughn
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Kyle Vaughn is a Las Vegas native who has been gaming since before gaming was cool. Both of his parents claim that at two years old, he was able to beat the first level of Super Mario Bros. faster than any of his older siblings. Unfortunately, his skills and reflexes have only slowed down since then (don't peak too early, kids), but he still tries to get as much gaming in as he can when time allows. When he isn't gaming or streaming, Kyle is spending time with his wife and three young sons (who already love games), pickling and fermenting strange foods, or trying to run a small startup charity fund. He can occasionally be found on the Max Level Podcast and is also a Reviewer from time to time. Check the sidebar for more info on Streamworks Alliance and try to catch his nonprofit gaming stream at twitch.tv/bruce_dedeuce.

Katana ZERO Review

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ISLANDERS Review

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The Division 2 Review

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Apex Legends Review

When a gaming company starts a mysterious stream on Twitch on a Monday morning and hundreds of thousands of gamers flock to the chat to spam emotes and wait literally hours for whatever this gaming company, however maligned, has to…

Pikuniku Review

I received an email while I was at work that my new PC graphics card had arrived. I had been awaiting this critical component to my gaming rig to help me push the boundaries of what I was able to…