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Detroit Become Human Review

Detroit Become Human Review

September 10, 2019

‘Detroit Become Human’ developed by Quantic Dream and Studio Head David Cage is an ultimately fla...

The Role of the Silent Protagonists in Gaming

The Role of the Silent Protagonists in Gaming

September 10, 2019

In “Far Cry New Dawn,” the pseudo-sequel to 2018’s “Far Cry 5,” developer Ubisoft doubles down ...

Metro Exodus Review

April 8, 2019

“Metro Exodus,” the third installment Deep Silver’s ‘Metro’ series, is a rewarding departure from the norms of the series, that only falters slightly because of some poorly executed story mechanics.  The world of “Metro Exodus” is set in post-nuclear war Moscow. Where “Metro Exodus” shines brightest, is wit...

Google Enters the Gaming Fray with Stadia

Chuck Sipps, Arts and Life Editor

March 26, 2019

Rumors have circulated for years that Google was planning to join the competitive video game market and after much speculation, they have announced Stadia, coming late 2019. Stadia is not a piece of hardware, it is a streaming platform meant to connect their audience to games using any device that can run Google Chrome. Wit...

Kingdom Hearts III: A Review

Chuck Sipps, Arts and Life Editor

February 28, 2019

“Kingdom Hearts III” (KH3) is a game 14 years in the making. For 14 years, fans have waited with bated breath for the next entry in the franchise. Yes, there have been mobile games and spin-offs, but not a proper sequel. When KH3 was first announced in 2013 there were many skeptics. They said KH3 was never going to re...

Review: “Bioshock Remastered” on steam

Review: “Bioshock Remastered” on steam

October 11, 2016

“So far away from your family, from your friends, from everything you ever loved. But, for some reaso...

2015: A Year of Gaming Surprise

2015: A Year of Gaming Surprise

January 19, 2016

Last year proved to be an exciting time for video games. Not only was the year full of blockbuster re...

Review: Madden 2015

Review: Madden 2015

September 9, 2014

  4.0 out of 5.0 Stars Over the past few years, the Madden franchise has been stale. Being the only NFL football game on the m...

Review: Dark Souls IIFrom The Ashes

Luis Badillo, Writer

June 3, 2014

  For an aging population of video game players, sentiments like "They don't make them like they used to," or "what happened to games that let you figure things out instead of holding your hand," are increasingly more common. Those gamers, however, simply need to pick up sword and shield in the world of “Dark Souls...

NetherRealm does Justice to Injustice

NetherRealm does Justice to Injustice

April 23, 2013

  4.5 out of 5 Stars Last week NetherRealm, the creators of Mortal Kombat, released their new game Injustice: Gods Among Us...

Review: Bioshock Infinite: Soaring above the rest

Review: Bioshock Infinite: Soaring above the rest

April 11, 2013

(5/5)   Bioshock Infinite's finest elements can be distilled into three moments: Seeing the flying city of Columbia for the first time, seeing the emotive s...

Resuming from the Save Point: Video Game Preview Part 2.

Resuming from the Save Point: Video Game Preview Part 2.

March 6, 2013

  Professors and parents alike are often happy to know that game systems in the past severa...

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