Brandon Fusco

Brandon Fusco (ExtremePhobia)

Brandon is an Editor and TGN's Host with the Most. The most what? The most opinions, the most understanding wife, and the most *funny cat videos. Previously Host of the Trophy Talk Podcast. (*Not Verified)
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TT Podcast Episode 61 - Net Mixin' it Up

We're back, though this episode is a little bit dated now. Who wants to talk about Netflix and gaming!? These guys do! Other mainstays also make an appearance throughout, however, so there will be some comfort news.

Posted 2 years ago

TT Podcast Episode 58 - Speechless

We've about had it with these video game companies, what with the loot boxes and the disingenuous experience reporting. What about you?

Posted 2 years ago

TT Podcast Episode 57 - Standing In

This week, Ace and Prince fly duo without and get down to brass tacks on Holiday gifting expectations! Be sure to let us know in the comments what you're hoping for/expecting.

Posted 3 years ago

TT Podcast Episode 56 - Content Rich

This week's episode is a slimmed down, content-rich version of the podcast you know and love. It's kind of like the condensed soup of the videogame podcasting world!

Posted 3 years ago

TT Podcast Episode 55 - Dark Days Ahead

It was a heavy week for video game news, especially this time of year, but the guys do their best to liven things up with some attempts at voice acting. Remember to tell us which character you'd be best at voicing!

Posted 3 years ago

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The Sexy Brutale Review

The Sexy Brutale is an enigmatic place. Over the course of 12 hours, the staff of this mansion casino will kill the same guests at the same times and in the same ways as always, and figuring out how to save them is riveting.

Posted 3 years ago

iO Review

Within iO resides something genuinely fun, but the inability to properly communicate with the player can quickly and regularly derail what is an otherwise solid and even occasionally addicting game.

Posted 3 years ago

Watch_Dogs 2 Review

Watch_Dogs 2 launches amidst the hopes that Ubisoft can deliver another wonderful sequel with improvements of the magnitude found in the leap from Assassin's Creed to Assassin's Creed 2.

Posted 4 years ago

No Man's Sky Review

No Man's Sky is an ambitious game from the team that brought you Joe Danger. Its lofty goal is to create an entire procedurally generated universe. Are those 18 quintillion planets all they're cracked up to be?

Posted 4 years ago

Furi Review

Excellence is not an art, it's pure habit. Few games know this as well as The Game Bakers recent 3D boss-rush game, Furi. Sometimes forming that habit can be irritating, but when you succeed, it's rewarding.

Posted 4 years ago

Full Mojo Rampage Review

Full Mojo Rampage, developed by Over The Top Games, is an homage to both Voodoo and a variety of classic games. Can it all come together to do them justice, or did their sacrifices fail to deliver?

Posted 4 years ago

Uncharted 4: A Thief's End Review

There are few studios in the world that are as prestigious as Naughty Dog, especially in the past decade. Despite having been around for nearly 30 years at this point, it wasn't until Uncharted: Drake's Fortune that they started to be regarded as one of the most technically and artistically capable

Posted 4 years ago

TT Review: Severed

Drinkbox Studios has made the jump from 2D gaming to a first person hack 'n slash with their latest release, Severed. It's clear that they know how to make a solid Metroidvania puzzle-platformer, but does this experimental game fit them as well? [img= label=true]Ready for a psychedelic trip

Posted 4 years ago

TT Review: Alienation

Housemarque is a studio known for its quality catalog of PlayStation games, with hits such as Super Stardust HD, Outland, and RESOGUN. Their latest release, Alienation, is a spiritual successor to their PlayStation 3 game, Dead Nation. Rather than fighting off hordes of the undead using weapons base

Posted 4 years ago

TT Review - Ratchet & Clank

Ratchet and Clank have been staples of the action platformer scene since their debut on the PlayStation 2 in 2002. Since the original release of Ratchet & Clank, the franchise has spawned 11 more entries across home consoles and handhelds. After a short detour into multiplatform development, Insomni

Posted 4 years ago

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Let's Talk About Neo

Now that PlayStation 4.5/4K/Neo has been confirmed to exist, it's time to dig in to what this means. Let me try to assuage your fears about the end of gaming as we know it. If not, it's ok, I brought my flame retardant suit.

Posted 4 years ago

TT Top Five: Intros and Prologues

Not all game intros are created equal. Some start with a massive gut punch or an amazing sight that stays with you long after the final boss, but nothing establishes tone and gets players interested like a great intro. In honor of the action packed intro of the recently released Uncharted 4: A Thief

Posted 4 years ago

TT Top Five: Games You May Not Have Known Were Coming

With the release of Dark Souls III to the Western world, a new season of game releases is upon us. Some of these are big names such as Uncharted 4: A Thief's End or DOOM that you'd have to live under a rock to miss. There are several games in the near future that, due to small developer size, poor b

Posted 4 years ago

How Final is Final Fantasy XV?

The name Final Fantasy is a venerable one among gamers. This long running franchise has spawned over a dozen main standalone entries, several direct sequels, a variety of spin-off titles, feature films, toys, and more. The franchise is widely regarded as being responsible for popularizing the JRPG g

Posted 4 years ago

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