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.

Inhospitable Tenants – Resident Evil 5 Review

Resident Evil 5 - It came from Kijuju and it won’t go back until it takes you with it. The Inhospitable Tenants are back, and they're angrier than ever.

Raising Helghan – Killzone 2 Review

Few games have had such high expectations, or large budgets. Does the game manage to keep you a grinning POW, or is its heralded dictatorship propaganda?

Some adventurous fan gathered all seven Dragon Balls and brought this show back to life. Why you should care, and we do mean you should.

Generation Gaps

As gamers we tend to have issues comparing old to new. Whether it be the old gamer not liking the latest blockbuster or the new gamer hating on a classic.

Metal Gear Solid 4 Review – The Best Is Yet to Come

It's very rare that a game comes along that challenges what a game is and what it can be. It is not without its faults, however, and some are very clear.

Ninja Gaiden 2 Review

A game that focuses first on kicking your ass and then being awesome, the sequel to the ground breaking game action game continues to build upon the original.

The Simpons Game Review

There have been quite a few Simpons games in the past, none really aimed at gamers. For what its worth this one is a good satire if nothing else.

Better late than never for Ninja Gaiden 2 fans. The demo was reported but never provided, now we've got the chance to judge it for ourselves. Find out our take.

It's May 28th and Ubisoft is showing off its wares at its own press event. The event is shaping up to be a highlight of any gamers' calendar.

Video game plots have progressed from the early days of "save the princess," and some have come to the point of rivaling blockbuster movies in story telling.

Lost: Via Domus Review

There's no question about it, LOST the game is a cash in in every sense of the word. It's a trap waiting to happen for fans and gamers.

History Lesson: Dragon Ball Z Legends

Very few US gamers even knew this game existed let alone played it. Focusing more on timing and strategy, players were able to relive moments from the show.