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Pernell Vaughan

Pernell Vaughan
A fan of all things video game for as long as he can remember, Pernell likes few things as much as quality imaginative video games, quality VGM compositions, and friendly people with which to share those video game experiences with. He has a rather hefty library of retro and modern titles from which to draw his knowledge. In addition to Hey Poor Player, Pernell can also be found as the co-host of the Rhythm and Pixels video game music podcast, co-host of the Youtube show, “Pernell and Matt Play Games", and as a regular reviewer on the SML Podcast.

DJMax Respect Review (PS4)

DJ Max Is BACK! If you read that line and found yourself baffled by what DJMax is and why it’s great that it’s back then you would most likely be the rule moreso than the exception. The majority of the series’ life was relegated to the PlayStation Portable, of…

Hacktag Review (PC)

The Joys of Hacking For Fun And Profit       In this cooperative stealth action title, players work together to pull off various heists of secure data from unsuspecting corporations. The first step in their intrepid new line of work is to create a customizable character avatar. The…

Dynasty Warriors 9 Review (PS4)

Becoming a One-Man Liberation Machine Never Felt So Good February 28th, 2013 was the last time that we had received a Dynasty Warriors release on a home console. As the original title in the Musou line of games, Dynasty Warriors created a brand new style of gameplay that has…

Iconoclasts Review (PS4)

An Adventure Platformer With Heart   Back in the year 2008, while doing my typical internet browsing for things related to the video game scene, I stumbled across info on a game called Noitu Love 2: Devolution.  It was by a development studio named Konjak and not available on…

Die Young Preview: Frights – Not Delights – Await In This Tropical “Paradise”

Only the Good… Developed and published by IndieGala, Die Young is a first-person survival adventure game currently in development for PC via Steam. Players take control of a nameless young woman who bears a penchant for thrill seeking escapades, a la Lara Croft. She gets kidnapped alongside her friends…

Nine Parchments Review (Switch)

School’s Out! It’s time to take your twin-stick shooters to wizardry school in this new game developed by Frozenbyte, the minds behind the excellent Trine series. However, you won’t be spending long there because shortly after the introduction to the game, the game’s wayward cast of students opts to…

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