Julie Young

Julie is a 28 year old gamer from the Bronx. When she isn't writing articles for Vyralize, you can catch her playing old school Mario, Sonic and Resident Evil games.

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Clock Tower: A Look Back

By: - 2nd Sep 2013

Clock Tower, a point and click horror game developed by Human Entertainment and released in Japan for the SNES in…


Resident Evil 2: A Look Back

By: - 2nd Sep 2013

Resident Evil 2, released in 1998, catapulted the series that revived the survival horror genre onto gaming’s center stage. Here is…


Finally, A Portable Portal

By: - 26th Aug 2013

Fans of the Portal series who are looking to venture through Aperture Science’s test chambers on-the-go can finally rejoice as…


Culpability of Video Games in Some Modern Tragedies

By: - 25th Aug 2013

Video games have been implicated in a few significant events such as the Columbine school shooting, Sandy Hook and most…


Harassment of Game Developers: Welcome to the World of Gaming?

By: - 18th Aug 2013

With recent incidents of gamers issuing threats and obscene insults to game developers, the people responsible for creating the content…


Capcom’s Latest Statement on Resident Evil 7-What Does it Mean?

By: - 18th Aug 2013

In a recent interview with Market for Computer and Video Games (MCV), Capcom stated that they were seeking to return…


Four Questionable Moments in Heavy Rain (Warning: Spoilers)

By: - 11th Aug 2013

Quantic Dream’s 2010 interactive drama is a harrowing tale centered around a father who has to make difficult choices in…


D: A Look Back

By: - 11th Aug 2013

D, a survival horror game developed by WARP and published by Acclaim Entertainment, is an interesting early 32-bit title that presents…


Ten SNES Songs that Should be in Your MP3 Player

By: - 4th Aug 2013

The Super Nintendo boasts an amazing selection of games as well as soundtracks. Though gaming has come along way from…


Super Mario Bros. Crossover: An Interesting Start to a Trip Down Memory Lane

By: - 4th Aug 2013

Super Mario Bros. Crossover, a flash game originally posted on Newgrounds, places various Nintendo legends in the shoes of Mario….


Squad Mode in Call of Duty: Ghosts: A Step in the Right Direction?

By: - 4th Aug 2013

With the reveal of the multiplayer portion of Call of Duty: Ghosts fast approaching, Infinity Ward’s Executive Producer Mark Rubin…


What Quantic Dream Can Learn from Telltale Games

By: - 28th Jul 2013

Heavy Rain, an interactive drama released in 2010 by Quantic Dream, puts players in a role in which they are…


The Black Ops 2 Patch Backlash: Is it Really Surprising?

By: - 24th Jul 2013

Dan Amrich, Activision’s Community Manager, posted a strongly worded entry on his blog yesterday regarding the response by some gamers…


Heavy Rain Text Adventure: The Beginning of a New Trend?

By: - 23rd Jul 2013

Heavy Rain, the 2010 interactive drama released for the Playstation 3 by Quantic Dream, has received the text adventure treatment…


When it’s Time to Move On: Castlevania Games Will No Longer be Made by Dave Cox and Crew

By: - 20th Jul 2013

In an interview published by Destructoid today, Dave Cox, producer of critically acclaimed Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, stated that his…