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Carston Carasella

Carston is a freelance writer hailing from the always humid Sunshine State. He enjoys RPGs, grand strategy games, 80's New Wave and post-punk, and anything PlayStation related. If Game of Thrones, Mass Effect, or Chinese food are your thing, find him on Twitter @RolandDucant.

Top 10 Games with Staff Writer, Carston Carasella

Video games have been apart of my life for as long as I can remember.  I grew up watching my father play them constantly, and that instilled a love for the hobby within me.  Since I could pick up a controller and comprehend colors on a screen I've been feeding this habit, and whether I'm a better man for it is yet to be seen.

Retrospective: Ten Years On and ‘Assassin’s Creed’ is Still a Cornerstone of Modern Gaming...

The fact of the matter is that the action RPG genre wouldn’t be what it is today without Assassin’s Creed, and a great many games are in its debt for the standards it set.

‘The Void’ Brings to Light a Classic Horror Movie Trend

'The Void' should stand as a reminder of what good horror truly looks like, and why we need a revival in the genre.

‘Sundered’ Creates a Beautiful Descent into Madness

Sundered beautifully melds genres and thematic styles to create a hauntingly wonderful world filled with danger and madness.

My Favorite Stephen King Adaptations

Not every Stephen King story has translated well to film, but these are a few of the best.

Review: ‘THOTH’ Trades Substance for Style

THOTH’s fresh take on a classic genre is as refreshing as it is lackluster.  Stylish yet barren level design and an overall lack of meaningful content stop this twin-stick shooter from elevating itself to a truly great title.

Talking Point: Has the Indie Genre Entered its Golden Age?

It goes without saying that over the past decade, the indie genre has come out of the shadows and defined itself as a viable source of quality gaming experiences.

‘ATOMINE’ Review: A Flawed but Promising Twin-Stick Shooter

We take a look at the gridded and minimalistic twin-stick shooter Automine by indie developers Broken Arms Games.

1996 Redux: The Sleeper Hit that is ‘Revelations: Persona’

 It goes without saying that the Shin Megami Tensei subseries, Persona, has become one of the most beloved RPG series in recent memory, but it didn’t start out that way.

Free PlayStation Plus Games for July Revealed

As July is fast approaching, Sony recently released the list of free games coming to PlayStation Plus members for the next month.  Big name titles like Until Dawn and Telltale’s Game of Thrones series head up the list.