Marc Caccamise

Marc Caccamise (MarcC29)

Writer of news, features, and reviews for TrueAchievements since June 2013. Discovered the incredible world of video games at a young age with Desert Strike: Return to the Gulf, and haven't looked back since. Outside of gaming, I'm usually found reading up on various history topics or rooting for the lowly Buffalo Bills and Sabres.
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Building a Narrative in We Happy Few

Compulsion Games continues to provide updates, both big and small, of their progression with We Happy Few. A video discussing crafting a narrative and updates on new areas cap off the latest week.

Posted 3 years ago

The Surge is Hacking and Slashing Limbs Away

You know that old saying, "You'll have to pry it out of my cold, dead hands?" Well I'm beginning to form a theory that in The Surge, that's meant to be taken far more literally than figuratively

Posted 3 years ago

Star Wars Battlefront II Officially Revealed

EA has officially revealed Star Wars Battlefront II at the Star Wars Celebration event in Orlando. The sequel will feature a single-player campaign and characters from all three eras of the franchise.

Posted 3 years ago

Perception Coming to Xbox One

Created by a team of former BioShock and Dead Space developers, Perception is a first-person horror game where the player must explore an abandoned mansion. The only catch is that the protagonist, Cassie, is blind.

Posted 3 years ago

Master the Basics of Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3

Taking down enemies in Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 requires far more than the simple point and shoot that is popular in many other shooters. For any hope of actually hitting your target, you'll need to learn the basics.

Posted 3 years ago

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Livelock Review

Livelock is a top-down twin-stick shooter set in a post-apocalyptic Earth. Despite an interesting doomsday premise, a general lack of challenge will not keep many players preoccupied for long.

Posted 4 years ago

SUPERHOT Review

After staying awake into the early hours of the morning, it was finally time to call it a night. I climbed into bed, turned off the lights, and closed my eyes for some much needed rest... only there was a problem. I could hear a voice in my head repeating the same phrase over and over again. It star

Posted 4 years ago

Skyling: Garden Defense Review

Recently I found myself on the receiving end of a reminder that looks can be deceiving, and that it’s not smart to judge a book (or in this case, a video game) by its cover. In that game’s case, its promising looks ultimately covered up what turned out to be a flawed interior. With Skyling: Garden D

Posted 4 years ago

MagNets: Fully Charged Review

Microsoft’s ID@Xbox program has done a great job at supplying the Xbox One with a healthy stream of games to compliment the larger releases, especially during quieter times. The developers that are benefiting from this program have, in turn, churned out games spanning a wide number of genres, while

Posted 4 years ago

The Flame in the Flood Review

Humanity seems to be obsessed with fictionalizing how we’ll ultimately be wiped off the face of the Earth. Whether it’s the dead coming back to life, Nuclear Armageddon, or natural disasters, it’s been the narrative focus of just about every medium at one point or another. It does create some intrig

Posted 4 years ago

State of Decay : YOSE Review

When Undead Labs released State of Decay on Xbox LIVE Arcade back in 2013 it became a huge commercial success and one of LIVE’s bestselling games. Thanks in part to a stirring pot of different mechan

Posted 5 years ago

Ori and the Blind Forest Review

Ori and the Blind Forest is arguably the best game of 2015 so far. Visually it is gorgeous and has a beautiful soundtrack to complement it.

Posted 5 years ago

Hand of Fate Review

Hand of Fate is a shining example of what ID@Xbox can bring to the console. The game's ability to provide the same gameplay over and over again, while still making every encounter feel fresh and challenging, is what makes the expe

Posted 5 years ago

Funk of Titans Review

Funk of Titans is not a game that revolutionizes the platformer genre, and it isn't filled with radical new ideas.

Posted 5 years ago

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Strange Brigade is a Quest for Ancient Treasure

Set during the 1930s in the darkest corners of the British Empire, the Strange Brigade is a group of explorers searching for ancient treasures while facing hordes of mythological monstrosities.

Posted 3 years ago

E3 2016: Gwent Could Be The Next Big Competitive Game

The Witcher 3's popular card game Gwent is getting a standalone release, which has exhibited a strong case for the next big competitive game. At least, if CD Projekt Red decides to go in that direction.

Posted 4 years ago

E3 2016: Agents of Mayhem's Wacky and Colorful World

Set in a technologically advanced Seoul, Agents of Mayhem blends a vibrant environment with fast-paced combat. And, despite moving forward, Volition's new game still has plenty of Saints Row vibes.

Posted 4 years ago

TA Top Five: Most Anticipated Games of 2016

With the passing of that one final second of a year, the mindset of the gaming industry shifts away from reflecting on the past year’s releases to anticipating what lies ahead. While there’s always a

Posted 4 years ago

TA Top Five: Fake Inventions

The absolute best thing about video games, along with other forms of narrative media, is that they craft incredible fictional worlds. These worlds have no bounds on when or where they exist, or wheth

Posted 5 years ago

APS: Assassin's Creed Unity

Before the delay hit, Assassin's Creed Unity was supposed to release on October 28th, which would have given fans of the series two weeks to beat it before Assassin's Creed Rogue released this Tuesda

Posted 6 years ago

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