Tag Archives: video games

Take a Stand Against Weak Games

BY TYREEC SAUNDERS // APRIL 29, 2015 // Do you like where video games are going? No? Neither do I. Today’s video games are becoming less innovative. They’re rehashed ideas, cash-grab remakes, and rushed and unfinished games. Gamers are having less replay ability and there are fewer linear story lines—meaning there is so much free roam that you get confused on

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Powering Up

BY CHRIS WILSON // NOV. 27, 2012 // The Communication Department introduced a new concentration this semester. Although still in development, video game studies has already attracted a number of students. Professor Robert MacDougall, the coordinator of the concentration, said current students have been requesting a video game major in recent years. Moreover, many video game companies are headquartered in

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Wii the People

BY AJ SPIRITO // OCT. 23, 2012 //  Say you and your friends are looking for a way to bond with each other while getting some casual exercise. Tennis anyone? Oh, wait. It’s pouring rain outside. How about bowling? We don’t have a ride. Well I’ve got one way to settle this, and it’s a tiny little machine by the

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Football and War on Campus

BY A.J. SPIRITO // OCT. 4, 2012 // When the pens and books go away after a hardcore study session or a long day of classes, floor-mates and fellow students join in on endless video gaming fun. Here at Curry, the excitement can be heard echoing down the hallways. In North Campus Residence Hall, the gaming has been intense this

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