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.

My Friend Pedro Review

There is a reason why so many gamers are latching on to the indie game scene. Indie game developers have the benefit of developing games and ideas that they are truly passionate about, unsullied by the popular and big money…

Dauntless Review

Dauntless is a free-to-play action RPG developed by Phoenix Labs and debuted a full release across Windows, Xbox One, and Playstation 4 with fully functional cross-play. The game closely resembles the gameplay structure of the popular Capcom series, Monster Hunter.…

Shakedown: Hawaii Review

Nearly seven years ago, Vblank Entertainment shocked the indie gaming world with Retro City Rampage, a retro-inspired open world ultra-violent action adventure game that felt like a smooth and quality reimagining of the early entries to Rockstar Games hit franchise,…

BoxBoy! + BoxGirl! Review

When BoxBoy! was released on the Nintendo 3DS in April 2015, few gamers envisioned it morphing into a multi-game franchise spanning years and systems. BoxBoy! became a sleeper hit on the 3DS and fit perfectly onto the system alongside the…

Cuphead Review

Nintendo Switch fans rejoiced when, during a Nindie Direct earlier this year, Cuphead was finally confirmed to be coming to our favorite portable platform. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you are familiar with the nightmares and stories of…

Katana ZERO Review

Much to the enjoyment of many of the members of the Level Down Games team, the retro culture, style, and music of our childhood has made a recent return into popularity. TV shows, movies, and video games are returning to…

ISLANDERS Review

I’m a sucker for sim games, indie games, and cutesy games with simple graphics and a lot of charm. In today’s gaming landscape, this mold of game is thankfully releasing with an increased frequency, so once in a while, one…

The Division 2 Review

Fans of post-apocalyptic scenarios of survival and warfare have never had more reason to rejoice than they do now. Publishers in all mediums are clamoring to cash in on the trend, from movies and television shows to podcasts and books.…