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About Matthew Byrd

Matthew Byrd

Matthew Byrd

Matthew Byrd covers the gaming industry including indies, consoles, PCs, iOS and Android apps, as well as topics related to entertainment and technology.

Posts By Matthew Byrd

Sekiro’s Easy Mode Should Look Like Ninja Gaiden Black’s

April 11, 2019 |

There’s been a lot of talk lately about the recently released Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, and little of it has little to do with the overall quality of the game itself (Spoilers: It’s pretty great).

No, much of the … Read More

Dragon Age 4: 5 Things We Know (and 5 Big Rumors)

April 10, 2019 |

New information about BioWare’s Dragon Age 4 has hype at a fever pitch. The game that many of us feared might never be released is now one of the most talked about titles in gaming.

The strange thing is … Read More

E3 2019: Five Announcements Sony Must Make

March 27, 2019 |

With E3 coming up, it’s time to start looking at what some of the biggest companies in the world will announce. While not every major console company will be present at E3 2019, you can certainly expect all of … Read More

E3 2019: Five Announcements That Microsoft Must Make

March 27, 2019 |

With E3 coming up, it’s time to start looking at what some of the biggest companies in the world will announce. While not every major console company will be present at E3 2019, you can certainly expect all of … Read More

E3 2019: Five Announcements Nintendo Must Make

March 27, 2019 |

With E3 coming up, it’s time to start looking at what some of the biggest companies in the world will announce. While not every major console company will be present at E3 2019, you can certainly expect all of … Read More

Can Google Stadia and Cloud Services Save Single Player Games?

March 26, 2019 |

People are scared of cloud-based game services, and we honestly understand why.

Cloud-based technology is burdened by issues. There’s the issue of whether or not you have access to an internet connection that’s fast enough to use it in the … Read More

PlayStation Now: Does it Need to Change to Survive?

March 25, 2019 |

In many ways, PlayStation Now is shaping up to be Sony’s biggest missed opportunity of the PS4 era.

PlayStation Now sounded like a pretty exciting service when it was first revealed in 2014. At the very least, it offered … Read More

PlayStation 5 Must be More Than “Just a Console”

March 25, 2019 |

It wasn’t that long ago (certainly at the beginning of 2019) that I would have told you the PlayStation 5 is the next-gen console I’m looking forward to most.

My reasons for giving that answer at that time were … Read More

Google Stadia: Why It’s Too Good to be True

March 20, 2019 |

Google’s Stadia streaming service is too good to be true. The idea of almost instantly being able to access the best of modern triple-A titles wherever you are and play them on what is essentially a high-end gaming PC … Read More

Anthem and Fallout 76: Which Game Has the Better Future?

March 2, 2019 |

On the surface, Anthem and Fallout 76 don’t have a lot in common. One is a high octane action game that heavily emphasizes loot elements, and the other is a slightly more methodical survival title that’s more about exploration.

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