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Fallout 76: Truly terrible or unfinished masterpiece? (Review)

Fallout 76: Truly terrible or unfinished masterpiece? (Review)

Zack Mattaboni, Staff Writer

December 18, 2018


Filed under A&E, Games, Reviews, Technology

Fallout 76 is a recently released game that has been viewed poorly by critics and gamer's alike. The game definitely has many negative points, but is it truly deserving of these poor ratings? Game play is the core function of every single game, and Fallout 76 creates a game play experience based on wh...

Overwatch League posing a threat to modern sports

Overwatch League posing a threat to modern sports

Cameron Fritz, Publications Manager

September 24, 2018


Filed under Games, Sports

[analytics-counter] In the age of competitive video games, the definition of sport is being challenged. In a professional gaming world where players participate in tournaments, one game sought to change that, and bring eSports as close as it has ever been to traditional sports.  Overwatch, a highl...

Can ‘Battlefield: Hardline’ break out of its prequel’s shadow? (Review)

Can ‘Battlefield: Hardline’ break out of its prequel’s shadow? (Review)

Joey Kucker, Content Director

March 27, 2015


Filed under A&E, Games, Reviews

Can a new developer breath life into an aging franchise?  In the case of “Battlefield: Hardine,” the case is a mixture of yes and no. “Battlefield: Hardline,” the new game from EA, tries hard to be the next great shooter of 2015.  The problem is, by sticking so close to the formula laid...

Is ‘New’ actually better? (Review)

Is ‘New’ actually better? (Review)

Joey Kucker, Content Director

February 27, 2015


Filed under A&E, Games, Reviews, Showcase

Can you judge something based on name alone?  In the case of the “New Nintendo 3DS,”  that answer may isn’t so easy to tell. The “New Nintendo 3DS” (yes, the new 3DS is actually called “New”) is not really a new game console, but instead should be treated like a refresh of the “3DS”...

Can you survive the ‘Dying Light’? (Review)

Can you survive the ‘Dying Light’? (Review)

Joey Kucker, Content Director

February 8, 2015


Filed under A&E, Games, Reviews, Showcase

Are things scarier in the dark? The new zombie-survival game “Dying Light” sure seems to think so. Developed by Techland (the creators of the hit game series “Dead Island”), “Dying Light” is a game built to scare you. It wants a person to fear the night and dream of the warm light coming...

Motivation is key: students share their tricks to being productive

Motivation is key: students share their tricks to being productive

Amanda Corrao, Student Life

January 26, 2015


Filed under Student Life

Motivation is important to the student body, and everybody that needs something to get them going. Everybody is different. Positive reinforcement is a huge thing for students that are doing sports, trying to get good grades, or trying to reach a goal. Senior Taylor Monroe said, “Money motivates...

Scare up some fun this fall

Scare up some fun this fall

Brooklyn Norrell, Student Life Writer

November 10, 2014


Filed under Student Life

With all of the fun fall events closing down for the season including Field of Screams, Hershey Park in the Dark, and the fun Oktoberfest, some are beginning to wonder what to do to fight their boredom on these autumn days. There are plenty of things to do, some even without the stress of finances...

Can a “Ghost” come back from the dead? (Review)

Can a “Ghost” come back from the dead? (Review)

Joey Kucker, Content Director

November 7, 2014


Filed under A&E, Games, Reviews

Is it possible for a Ghost to come back from the dead? That’s the question everybody is asking of the new game, “Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.” After last year’s less than stellar “Call of Duty: Ghosts,” gamers weren’t too thrilled for another installment in the series. Many thought...

Is it your “Destiny” to play this game? (Review)

Is it your “Destiny” to play this game? (Review)

Joey Kucker, Content Director

September 25, 2014


Filed under A&E, Games, Reviews

    Very few games can claim the title of "an event." Sure, games like "Halo," or "Grand Theft Auto" claim the title with each new release, but they're established franchises with millions upon millions of fans."Destiny," the newest game from developer Bungie (the creators of "Halo"), is trying to ...

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