Dwayne Holder was born and raised in the city of Lynn, Massachusetts and spent the majority of this adult life in the nearby city of Boston where he received his education in Economics at Northeastern University. When it comes to video games he prefers the single-player, story driven experiences of games like Metal Gear, Mass Effect, GTA and Red Dead Redemption. Dwayne also enjoys arcade racers such as Burnout Paradise, Pure and Need for Speed, with NFS: Hot Pursuit III being his all-time favorite. In his spare time Dwayne scours the Internet, while listening to Reggae music, to satisfy his passion for everything gaming and tech. Dwayne is a consumer of craft beers, lover of Transformers and an amateur photographer with no particular concentration.
Articles by Dwayne Holder
'Lollipop Chainsaw', a project from Suda 51 and Grasshopper Manufacture, is sure to generate a lot of controversy as well as provide a unique zombie slaying experience when it launches later this year.
We go hands-on at PAX East 2012 with an import build of the upcoming 'Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance.' The game will be familiar to fans but offers a few new features as well.
'Blades of Time' is the latest game from Gaijin Entertainment. Does the title's rewind mechanic, coupled with hack and slash action gameplay, make for an intriguing purchase? Read our review to find out.
Blizzard COO Paul Sams sheds some more light on the possibility of a 'Diablo 3' console port, stating that the port will not happen if it isn't a Blizzard-quality product.
One analyst is predicting a 2013 release for the Xbox 720 and that it won't be a digital-only console. GameStop also believes the next Xbox will allow for playing used games.
'Angry Birds Space' hits mobile devices and desktops tomorrow and Rovio has released a new trailer to celebrate the occasion.
Remedy has confirmed that 'Alan Wake' has sold 2 million copies with the help of the PC Steam release. The PC version is also hitting retail stores come April 2012.