Opposites Attract~

Jamie Pic1 By Jamie Sommer

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Scariest Game We Ever Played (Collab)

Five Nights at Freddy's How does one make a game memorable? You can give it great characters and an unforgettable story. You can load it with jaw-dropping action sequences and awesome boss battles. Or you can make it terrifying and scar us for life. In honor of Halloween the writing team reminisced about the scariest games that they ever played. Be warned though: most of us are just chicken. Please don't laugh.Read More

Retro Game Review: Majora’s Mask

Retro game review of Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask

Executive Producer: Sam Schubert
Producer: Cameron Robinson
Producer: Katie Stull
Editor: Jacob Lamb
Voice Work: Alex Lamb
Music by Alex Lamb

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Hyrule Warriors: Link

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By Meghan Pfeiffer

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Top Five DLC Smash Bros Characters I Want

King K. Rool Now that we know that Nintendo is working on at least one DLC character for Super Smash Brothers for both the 3DS version and the Wii U version (Mewtwo!), it opens up all kinds of possibilities for characters in the future. Chances are any characters being included are already being worked on, but a wish list never hurt anyone. So, without further ado, here is my list of the Top Five Characters I want in future DLC.Read More

The Order 1886 Preview

The Order 1886 Another Playstation 4 exclusive game will be joining the quarter one game releases for 2015. The Order 1886, developed by Ready at Dawn Studios and SCE Santa Monica Studies, is set to be released on February 20th 2015 after a slight delay. It will be a third person, single player only action-adventure game that follows around a small group of people called The Order. Although many details have not been revealed around the story yet, it has been said that the main objective is to pursue and take out monster-like creatures and ancient foes that inhabit Victorian London. This Victorian London is set in an alternate universe and alternate history where technology advances take center stage.Read More

Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor

Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor While I have never made the time to go and read the books or research any of the lore, I have enjoyed the universe that J.R.R. Tolkien has created with The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings series. I do enjoy fantasy a lot, so whenever a game comes along with a fantasy setting I take the chance to see if it’s up my alley. When Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor was first revealed, I remember being highly skeptical. The game itself looked very interesting with game play that appeared to rival that of the Assassins Creed series, but I can’t say that I didn’t doubt the idea seeing as many good looking games have come out in recent years to be very underwhelming. I’m glad to say that this is not one of those cases.Read More

For Reference: World of Warcraft

For Reference: World of Warcraft A lot of games, TV shows, movies, and all sorts of other things make references to people, places, and things. I would like to take a second and sift through the content in World of Warcraft in this article and point out several things that make a reference to things in pop culture.Read More

Getting Ready for Civilization: Beyond Earth

Civilization: Beyond Earth Feature Being hailed as the spiritual successor to the fan loved Alpha Centauri but being set under the Civilization franchise banner, Civilization: Beyond Earth is trying to move away from the comparison with Alpha Centauri and have more familiarity with Civ players. Its looking like a whole lot of exciting new stuff, baked on top of the foundation of the Civ franchise, has stood the test of time. The game moves away from the historical setting of all the other civilization games, and encourages you to set out and create your own story. This works really well with the new customization system.Read More

Super Smash Bros 3DS Review

super-smash-bros-3ds-secret-characters-revealed1 On October 3rd 2014 the biggest 3DS game and perhaps one of the most hyped games of the year came out. That game would be Super Smash Bros. for the 3DS. Even though the series has only four installments, the series is renowned by gamers all over the world for featuring some of gaming’s most iconic characters duking it out in an all-out four-player battle royale. I probably don’t have to tell you, the reader, that though. If you’re reading this article, chances are you know a little about video games and are already more than familiar with the series. So I won’t waste too much of your time. I’ll get straight to the million dollar question on everyone’s mind. Is Super Smash Bros. for the 3DS worth playing and is it as good as previous installments? Read More