Cameron Kunzelman, Paste Magazine

Cameron Kunzelman

Paste Magazine

Atlanta, GA, United States

Contact Cameron

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Unknown
  • Paste Magazine
  • VICE
  • Washington Post
  • Kotaku UK
  • Kotaku

Past articles by Cameron:

The Excavation of Hob's Barrow Digs Up New Ground for the Horror Game

Hob's Barrow plays in a familiar space for genre fans, but it spirals out from that over and over again. → Read More

Gotham Knights buries a great Bat-family under a combat slog

Gotham Knights, which will be released on Oct. 21, can’t match the originality of its Arkham predecessors with Batgirl, Red Hood, Nightwing, and Robin following Batman’s death, on PS5, Xbox Series X, and Windows PC. → Read More

How to end a tabletop campaign with karaoke

The creator of The Ground Itself is back with World Ending Game, a tabletop role-playing game about endings, available as a PDF or physical book. → Read More

Grand Theft Auto 5: A 2022 re-review

Following reports about GTA 6, we look back at GTA 5, which was released on PS5 and Xbox Series X in March, marking 9 years since Rockstar kicked off GTA Online and introduced the world to the city of Los Santos. → Read More

Streets of New Capenna Is a Cool, Mobbed Up Take on Classic Magic: The Gathering

What if the mob were demons? That's the idea behind the latest Magic set. → Read More

Cyberpunk 2077: a 2022 re-review

CD Projekt Red’s open-world RPG is now available on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X following the massive Patch 1.5. We reevaluate its sweeping updates, improvements, and quality-of-life fixes. → Read More

The Greatness of ‘Norco’ Is Found in the Tenacious Weirdos Who Live There

An embarrassment of narrative riches and a triumph of thoughtful worldbuilding. → Read More

Behold the birth, and resonance, of walking simulators

The games garnered substantial attention in the video games press, in part because it was controversial to consider them games in the first place. → Read More

Flower Picking Is My Favorite Part of Elden Ring

Is Florist a class in Elden Ring? If not, it should be. → Read More

Crusader Kings 3, coming to PS5 and Xbox in March, plays surprisingly well on console

Paradox Interactive squeezes Crusader Kings 3 onto a game pad just fine for the upcoming console release on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. → Read More

Hideo Kojima Reveals His Creative Process in The Creative Gene

The Creative Gene gives us a glimpse into a particular kind of human machine. → Read More

Placement games were 2021’s most calming video game trend

From Unpacking to Dorfromantik, placement games told some of 2021’s best video game narratives through a simple mechanic on Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Windows PC. → Read More

Grand Theft Auto trilogy’s Definitive Edition misses the point of a remaster

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy — The Definitive Edition is laced with visual hiccups on PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Nintendo Switch, and misses the point of a remaster entirely. → Read More

‘Age of Empires IV’ is the History Channel in game form. Just don’t take it literally.

“Age of Empires IV” mixes magical in-game systems with 2 a.m. brain-off edutainment. → Read More

'Sable' Asks You to Find Your Place in a World With Few Signposts

For mostly better and occasionally for worse, 'Sable' is a game of wanderings, not of missions. → Read More

The emotional rollercoaster of retro gaming magazine collecting

If you’re looking for meaning when collecting video game magazines like EGM and PC Gamer, you might find what you’re looking for ... or you might not. Either way, it’ll be quite the journey. → Read More

Wildermyth tells incredible stories that hit surprisingly hard

Wildermyth combines procedural generation and player-controlled narrative to create one of 2021’s best games, and one of the best games on PC in general. It also blends tactical combat with fantasy storytelling to great effect. → Read More

'Humankind' Tries to Reimagine Civilization, but Mostly Overcomplicates It

We heard you like decisions. → Read More

Space Jam: A New Legacy runs on video game logic, in every way

Space Jam: A New Legacy is all about games. It’s about Lebron James and the Looney Tunes playing a basketball game, but video game logic worms its way through the entirety of the plot. New Legacy’s pop culture tornado of Warner Bros. properties also borrows on strategies that have been deployed in the world’s biggest video games. → Read More

'Orcs Must Die 3' Review: Sometimes More of the Same Is a Blessing

Forty hours of pure enjoyment in a video game is rare. → Read More