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Paul Archer is one of our Games Designers and Senior Reporter. He has been working within the untitled network since 2006. At first only contributing game related news for the network while providing reviews for topconsole.com (before the new owners), he has since commited his full attention on bringing the information and reviews to the members of untitled network. Being a big gamer and movie buff, you will find him researching his favorite topics in his spare time.

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  • Super Smash Bros for Wii U: Review
  • October 14, 2016 @ 12:08PM by staticneuron
  • When it comes to polish in video games, Nintendo is the absolute king. The company will take one idea, such as the original Super Smash Bros., and continue to polish and tighten it with each iteration until it has the glisten of a diamond. While the original game was fun, each new iteration in the Smash Bros. franchise has continued to add new ideas, refine existing ones and strengthen the overall...
  • Majora's Mask Review
  • February 13, 2015 @ 11:51AM by staticneuron
  • Near the launch of the Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo graced gamers with what is arguably the greatest Zelda game of all time: A Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. While the 3DS version game didn't feature much in the way of changes or additions to the Nintendo 64 original, gamers everywhere were just satisfied to finally play this classic on the go. After the release of Ocarina of Time, a release of Major...
  • Dragon Age: Inquisition Review
  • January 5, 2015 @ 11:42AM by staticneuron
  • Despite being a relatively new franchise in the grand scheme of gaming, Dragon Age has had a rough time. The first game, Dragon Age: Origins, was met with praise all around; it was a return to form for Bioware, incorporating all the lessons they've learned throughout the years into one magnum opus. After being assimilated into Electronic Arts, work began on a sequel, Dragon Age 2, which fell far s...
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