Marcello is the founder, creator and editor-in-chief of GamersXtreme. His dedication and passion shows as he keeps gamers informed with daily news articles and provides truthful, honest opinions on all gaming related news. Having experience with video game design, as well as over 20 years of gaming under his belt, Marcello has always had a massive interest in the gaming society. Originally, he created GamersXtreme in the style of a magazine back in middle school. Today, he has taken what was created as a basic premise and has evolved it into the site it is today.

Resident Evil Revelations 2 Review – “Back on the Right Track”

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The Resident Evil franchise has been around for approximately 2 decades and we have seen the series blossom into some of the most memorable games, giving you the feel of scavenging for items, weapons and ammo. However, we have also seen the series recently take a turn for the worse, with the horrendous spin-off, Resident […]

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Bladestorm: Nightmare Review (PS4/X1/PS3/360) – “A Nightmare Worth Conquering”

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In 2007, Tecmo Koei and developer Omega Force brought a new IP to the PS3 and Xbox 360, Bladestorm: The Hundred Years’ War. With the current generation currently running amok with remasters and definitive editions of game, Tecmo Koei and Omega Force decided to actually revitalize their IP in more of an expansion than a […]

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Nintendo and DeNA Form a Partnership and Alliance; Nintendo Mobile Games Incoming

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 To much surprise to kick off the morning, Nintendo has just announced that they have formed a partnership with mobile developer DeNA. With this partnership announcement, Nintendo is allowing DeNA to create brand new games based on Nintendo’s characters. These new games will be entirely new experiences, crafted around the strengths and aspects of […]

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Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris Hands-On: “A Much Welcome Sequel”

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Lara Croft made quite the comeback in last year’s reboot of Tomb Raider, a gritty origin story showing how Lara went from being inexperienced adventurer to a hardened survivor. However, as superb as the reboot was, Crystal Dynamics hasn’t alienated old fans of Lara entirely. Returning this December, Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris […]

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Pac-Man Championship Edition DX (iOS) Hands-On/Interview – NYCC 2014

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At the Namco booth over at NYCC, I had the opportunity to interview Benjamin Acevedo, the producer for the upcoming Pac-Man Championship Edition DX for iOS and Android. During my time checking out the hands-on demo he showcased, he showed that everything fans loved about the console edition released back in 2010 would translate perfectly […]

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Project CARS Hands-On Video – NYCC 2014

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At NYCC 2014, Namco had one of their upcoming racers on the floor to demo, Project CARS. From the demo I played (as shown in the video below), I have to say that I wasn’t very impressed with the game unfortunately. The HUD is way too busy, the visuals for the in-car dashboard looks incredibly […]

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OlliOlli Review (PS4/PS3): “A Near Perfect Run”

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Decades ago, the sport of Skateboarding took storm across the United States. Over time, we’ve seen the sport make it’s way around the world. It’s popularity didn’t soar until roughly the time when legendary Tony Hawk wowed people from all over pulling off the first ever “900 Spin”. In the 80s, there was a retro […]

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Jett Tailfin Review (Wii U): “Giving Your Wii U a Fishy Smell”

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When the Wii U was approximately 5 months away from releasing, there was an article I covered showing the potential possibility of how the Wii U game box arts would appear. While the box arts ended up not becoming that design (which was awfully too similar to Wii box arts anyway), the game that was […]

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The Letter Review (Wii U eShop): “Return to Sender”

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When it comes to the Wii U, there’s no doubt that Nintendo has been very open to indie developers bringing their titles to the platform. There are numerous occasions where indies stand out more than AAA titles, bringing unique experiences to players. Developer Treefall Studios has brought us The Letter, a first-person horror adventure title, […]

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Super Toy Cars Review (Wii U eShop): “RC Pro Am Not”

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Remember the days when we were younger, with a room full of toys (unlike today’s era that strictly relies on iPods and iPads), getting creative and using our imagination? A majority of us would love to play with Hot Wheels and Matchbox cars and pretend to race them through an obstacle-filled room. Spanish indie developer […]

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