Randy Kalista


Staff Writer

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Randy bought his way onto an underground rap compilation in jr. high, lettered in marching band, dropped out of business school, got a sharpshooter ribbon in the U.S. Navy, nabbed a B.A. in English & Writing, then entered the workforce as a corporate buyer. He's played video games the whole time. He lives with his wife and daughter in Oregon.
Currently Playing: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim 
Last 20 Articles:
Hatoful Boyfriend
World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition
The Banner Saga
Broken Sword 5- The Serpents Curse
Deadfall Adventures
Holiday Gift Guide
The Bridge
Any Given EVE: Role Reversal
Goodbye Deponia
Any Given EVE: Highway to the Danger Zone
Any Given EVE: What Am I Even Doing Here?
Any Given EVE: Get a Job
How the MTV Music Generator almost made me a rapper
My 3-year-old can play SimCity
Odd ones out
The End is Really, Really Near
I'm Over Starting Over
Last 20 News Items:
What We're Playing: Clockwork Destiny Edition
Crusader Kings II just sold its 1 millionth copy
What We're Playing: Where'd the Weekend Go? Edition
What We're Playing: The Sims 4 Dragon Age Edition
First Impressions: Hatoful Boyfriend
Construction Simulator 2015 building up to a November 18 launch
Google Earth your way around Destiny's Moon, Venus, and Mars
GOG.com introduces DRM-free movies, cuts 35 games, freshens up its design
PAX 2014: Firewatch debut video brings the two-way radio drama
What We're Playing: The Golf Club CounterSpy Edition
Lords of the Fallen is dark, lovely, and due October 28
Wasteland 2 commits to a September 19 launch date
Habitat: A Thousand Generations in Orbit will have Steam Workshop support
What We're Playing: Mountain Clockwork Empires Edition
35 minutes of seamless Witcher 3 gameplay
Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor season pass has the usual assortment
What We're Playing: Clockwork Empires Counterspy Edition
Guy that sings that "Happy" song picks all the songs for NBA 2K15 soundtrack
Debut gameplay footage for World War II grand strategy game Hearts of Iron IV
In post-Soviet Metro Redux, video game immerses YOU