About Brian Bentley

BRIAN BENTLEY is COIN-OP TV’s features writer/contributor. Brian hails from Chicago but now resides in Cincinnati, Ohio. He’s a huge fan of RPGs and especially loves Japanese RPGs. Brian has been writing about video games since 2009 and is proud that his wife enjoys the industry as well! When Brian needs a break from the console he enjoys playing board games and the classic ‘Adventure’ on the Atari 2600 is still one of his favorite games of all time!

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Tales of Xillia 2 Review

Tales of Xillia 2 Review

Tales of Xillia 2 does everything right for being a Tales game. It hits all the right buttons in terms of story, art direction, battling and collection, but the game definitely plays it safe and never ventures beyond the familiar landscape it enjoys in its niche.

Is EA Access Right For You?

Is EA Access Right For You?

The EA Access Hub itself is simply a bolt-on to the Xbox Games Store, and in its current condition is not that great.

Dynasty Warriors Gundam Reborn Review

Dynasty Warriors Gundam Reborn Review

Dynasty Warriors Gundam Reborn is a fun game that will sadly only be seen by a small audience. The game really will only appeal to fans of Dynasty Warriors or the Gundam anime.

Sony 2014 E3 Media Briefing Recap

Sony 2014 E3 Media Briefing Recap

Overall, Sony’s E3 Media Briefing left something to be desired. It wasn’t terrible, per se, but there were a lot of moments that brought down the overall flow of the presentation.

Microsoft 2014 E3 Media Briefing Recap

Microsoft 2014 E3 Media Briefing Recap

Overall, I don’t think Microsoft really broke the bank on risk during their media briefing, but they really made good on everything they said they would.

Murdered Soul Suspect Review

Murdered Soul Suspect Review

In Murdered: Soul Suspect, you are expected to explore, investigate and solve your own murder – a tall order for anyone who just witnessed his own murder.

Assassin’s Creed Unity Preview

Assassin’s Creed Unity Preview

Set in the world of the French Revolution and already being signaled as “next-gen only”, Unity will have quite the bar to clear to prove the annual franchise can make the full jump to the Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

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