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Jarem Archer has been with untitled network for years now as one of our Lead Games Engineer, Founders and Editor. He is also responsible for overseeing untitled network's critical content. He spends most of his spare time playing video games, producing music, designing and developing a multitude of projects while bringing his mad ideas to digital life in an attempt to take over the world.

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  • Wolfenstein: The New Order Review
  • August 19, 2015 @ 9:30AM by unt1tled
  • Wolfenstein was one of the game's responsible for the first-person shooter, being responsible for spawning a genre that is still alive and kicking (not to mention extremely successful) in the current generation. One thing the original Wolfenstein was lacking was a plot, outside of the bare bones “kill all Nazis that you come across.” It's ironic then that over twenty years later the newest entry i...
  • Super Smash Bros for Wii U: Review
  • April 13, 2015 @ 7:42PM by unt1tled
  • 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...
  • The Order: 1886 Review
  • February 20, 2015 @ 11:54AM by unt1tled
  • The Order: 1886, once poised to be the breakthrough hit of the PlayStation 4, recently came under fire days before it's official release. A YouTube member, who had somehow acquired a leaked copy of the game, recently put the entire game up as a Let's Play series of videos; while this was shocking in and of itself, the real shock came from the game's playtime: just over five hours. In the days lead...
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