Brian Young is the Editor-in-Chief/Founder of Couch Campus, a forum admin at Gamersyde and an avid Tweeter. He has been a gamer for over 17 years, although he admits to now staying more current with industry happenings than his growing backlog.

Something, something, something ‘Darksiders’

I’m thinking of heading to Gamestop tomorrow and picking up Darksiders for the 360. My only reservation is Bayonetta. I haven’t yet finished that, and from what I saw in the Gametrailers review the ...

God of War III Images Rock Olympus

New God of War III direct feed images.

The 2010 WGA Nominations were a bit on the weak side for video games.

PC Gaming Stalls in 2010

PC gaming is known for two things: low cost development and community support. But that might not be enough to help it in 2010 and beyond.

Does this happen to anyone else?

I was having a blast with Bayonetta yesterday. Put in a couple of hours to really get into the intricacies for the combat. Then, right at the peak of excitement, I put it down. Very strange, but I find myself doing ...

Game Informer Halo Reach Details

Details from the February issue of Game Informer covering the Halo Reach feature.

James Cameron’s Avatar Review

From the very beginning, James Cameron has attempted to teach humanity that it just isn’t supposed to get along with creatures different than itself.

Game of the Year 2009

Couch Campus discusses the editorial staff's Game of the Year for 2009.

Previously On Gaming – The Reason Your Backlog Is Enormous

Gaming has some big entertainment shoes to fill, and they aren't cutting it. There is one big issue the developers are forgetting that is hurting sales.

“All Survivors will ‘Parish'” – Left 4 Dead 2 Review

Real simply, Left 4 Dead 2 is more of a jar of pills than a full fledged med kit. But anyone knows how in a tight bind they can make all the difference.

Review Comment Giveaway

We're giving away two games for your comments. WET for the PS3 and A Boy and His Blob for the Wii.

God of War 3 Demo Impressions

Henceforth let no school child gaze upon the splendor of antiquity and question "Where did the gods go?" The answer will forever be "Kratos killed them."