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‘D&D Baldur’s Gate 3’ a quest to stop aliens

Grant Nelson, Staff Writer August 28, 2021

A game I would highly recommend is “Dungeons and Dragons Baldur’s Gate 3.” This long-awaited sequel in the D&D universe comes after decades of development hell.  It’s a role-playing game...

‘Dark Heart of Skyrim’ has the gothic horror feel of a dark underworld

Grant Nelson, Staff Writer September 30, 2020

A game I fell in love with over the past summer is the “Elder Scroll” online expansion pack, “Dark Heart of Skyrim.” Unlike the last time where you explored the Northern reaches of the empire killing...

Old game, new record with Counter Strike: Global Offensive

Eric Swanson, Staff Writer May 8, 2016

Although “Counter Strike: Global Offensive” has been out for nearly four years, it’s time to review where it began and where it stands today, having held its first $1 million tournament that reached...

Destiny’s concept leaves much to be desired

Brendt Glaunert, Broadcast Editor April 9, 2015

Bungie and Activision (developers of the Halo and Call of Duty series, respectively) made way for their newest project which was hyped up to be the biggest game of the year prior to its release date in...

Enter the survival horror again with Resident Evil

Stuart Benjamin, Arts Editor February 5, 2015

Over the last six months, production companies have released a number of remastered video games from their early years of console game development.  Games such as the “Halo” series, “Legend...

Game review: Super Smash Bros. a super success

Connor Spencer, Staff Writer December 11, 2014

Few game franchises carry as many memories with friends as Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. This video game has been an industry staple since it first burst onto the scene 15 years ago with the original...

Retro review: Metroid

Tyler Richter, Staff Writer April 23, 2014

Say the word Metroid around almost any gamer, and they will know precisely what you are talking about. The entire “Metroid” saga, starting with the original “Metroid” game released in 1986, has...

Game review: Don’t Tap the White Tile

Daniel Herron, Multimedia Editor April 23, 2014

Top of the white tile type games last Monday, “Don’t Tap the White Tile” is a game based on a Japanese release with a simple premise: Tap the black tiles, don’t tap the white ones. Like many good...

Game review: Dead Nation

Erin Johnsrud, Staff Writer April 23, 2014

I came late to the gaming party. It wasn’t until last year that I played my very first game, “Dead Nation,” on the PlayStation 3 that made its way to my apartment thanks to the man in my life. I...

Sony’s ‘Second Son’ ravages your retinas

Michael Klein, Editor in Chief April 10, 2014

Seattle is in chaos and a degenerate graffiti artist may be the city’s only chance or its certain doom. Sucker Punch polished up its “infamous” franchise for Sony’s first major release on its...

Game review: 2048

Daniel Herron, Multimedia Editor April 10, 2014

It’s easy to underestimate the appeal of really simple, clever games. “2048” is the kind of game that would take four times as long to explain as to show someone in person. The goal is to accumulate...

Game review: Ground Zeroes

Joe Camp, Staff Writer March 26, 2014

“Ground Zeroes” recalls the opening moments of a good Bond movie. Like the boxcar scramble in “Skyfall” or jetpack getaway in “Thunderball,” this Metal Gear sprints full tilt to the credits....

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