Now Editor-in-chief of Arcade Sushi, Luke Brown is an experienced video game journalist who has contributed to Official Xbox Magazine and Games Radar. An avid comic fan and action figure junkie, he also founded The Quarter Bin, and co-hosts one of the top-rated video game podcasts on iTunes, the Continuecast.
Luke Brown Biography
Archie's Sonic Boom comic introduces TV writer Bill Freiberger into the fold with his first issue, which focuses on Eggman feeling a little left out.
Last August, ESC Toys and Dennaton Games turned to Kickstarter in an attempt to bring the protagonist of Hotline Miami to life in action figure form. The hope was to turn Jacket into a sixth-scale collectible, with all manner of accessories and authentic clothing pulled from the game itself to accompany him. With a fairly modest $60,000 goal, the venture was funded in less than 24 hours, and went on to secure nearly two and a half times its target by the time all was said and done.
If it wasn't for a deal with a major action star falling through, NetherRealm may never have gotten toasty, and Mortal Kombat would never have been created.
Almost fifteen years after the comic disappeared from shelves, Joe Madureira's Battle Chasers is set up for a big comeback. Of course, since he's gotten a taste of video game development, Joe Mad's not content to just revisit the fan-favorite in comic book form.
We've all got our favorite games. We've all got games we hate. Then there are those games in the middle; the ones you're afraid to talk about in front of your friends. These are the Best Guilty Pleasure Games.
With a dozen different playable characters, and multiple monsters always on the hunt, Evolve offers players a chance to tame the wilds of an alien landscape. Only in this game, it’s never really quite clear just who is the hunter and who is being hunted.
Resident Evil: Revelations 2 brings back veteran heroes Claire Redfield and Barry Burton for another go at saving the world from the biohazard menace. As great as it was to see familiar faces once more, the opening episode passes by so quickly; you hardly have time to get reacquainted.
Spring Training has kicked off for Major League Baseball, and with it comes news about the only baseball game in town, MLB 15: The Show. This time, Sony San Diego is giving us an inside look at the updates and changes coming to Diamond Dynasty.
The Lara Croft we all know and love wasn't always the woman Core Design envisioned when creating Tomb Raider.
Pull out the multitap, get your favorite fighting game, and settle in for the best video games to play at a sleepover with your friends who are totally there because they like you, and not because you're the only kid at school with a Gamecube.