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Lance Roth has over 10 years experience in the video game industry. He has worked in a number of capacities within the industry and currently provides development and strategy consulting. He participated in all of the major console launches since the Dreamcast. This videogame resume goes all of the way back to when they were written in DOS. You can contact Lance at RPGameX.com or rpgamex@gmail.com.

PlayStation 3 Review: ‘Tales of Xillia 2′

Tales of Xillia 2, Playstation 3, PS3, video game

Even with all its new mechanics, 'Tales of Xillia 2' is unlikely to win over any new converts, but those who enjoyed the first game will probably enjoy playing through its aftermath. Read More »

PlayStation 3 Review: ‘Risen 3: Titan Lords’

Risen 3, Titan Lords

Buried deep under a mountain of presentation issues and performance flaws, 'Risen 3: Titan Lords' is actually a pretty fun and deep pirated-themed RPG. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Divergent’

Divergent, blu-ray, dvd, movie

The entire package is obviously aimed at female, young adults, but parents could do worse than watching Divergent with their teenage daughters. Read More »

PC Game Review: ‘Sacred 3′

Sacred 3, video game, PC

Surprisingly, there’s not a whole lot of difference between last year's Sacred Citadel and the new Sacred 3. The franchise's RPG roots have been scrubbed clean, leaving an arcade style beat 'em up with an only the presentation style of a deeper past left behind. Read More »

PlayStation 3 Review: ‘One Piece: Unlimited World Red’

One Piece, Unlimited World Red, Playstation 3

One Piece: Unlimited World Red is visually impressive, but numerous canon references and simplistic mechanics hold the game back. Read More »

PC Game Review: ‘The Wolf Among Us: Episode 5 – Cry Wolf’

The Wolf Among Us, Episode 5, Cry Wolf

If you like a great narrative in your adventure games and haven’t yet tried 'The Wolf Among Us,' now is the time to give it a shot. Read More »

PlayStation 3 Review: ‘Grid: Autosport’

Grid, Autosport, PS3, Playstation 3

Grid: Autosport is a competent racing title for the now last-gen that fixes some of the missteps of its predecessor. Read More »

PlayStation 4 Review: ‘EA Sports UFC’

EA Sports, UFC, video game

EA Sports UFC's stunning level of presentation far exceeds the actual mechanics and content of the game itself. Read More »

PlayStation 3 Review: ‘Tales of Symphonia: Chronicles’

Tales of Symphonia, Chronicles, video game

At over 90 hours of gameplay, this competent HD treatment of the two 'Tales of Symphonia' games is a bargain, but who is it really for? Read More »

Xbox 360 Review: ‘How To Train Your Dragon 2′

How To Train Your Dragon 2, Xbox 360, video game

Unlike the movies there is little adult crossover appeal in this game. The optimal audience for this game is probably children under eight years old, with the local multi-player being the relative star for the older portion of that limited demographic. Read More »