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The 2020 Game Awards

Gabriel Gonzalez, Editor-in-Chief February 12, 2021

With 2020 coming to a close, it is that time to look back and reflect on some of the great things that occurred this year. For gamers, the event for such a thing is the Game Awards, the annual awards ceremony...

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A Guide to the Video Game Industry for High School Students

Gabriel Gonzalez, Editor-in-Chief December 2, 2020

The video game industry is expanding at a rapid pace—the market is expected to pass $159.3 billion by the end of 2020. This means that there are plenty of opportunities—as a side hustle, through freelancing,...

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How the Pandemic Has Affected Video Games

Raymond Nazario, Writer December 2, 2020

Video games were first created back in the 1950s and have been popular ever since to those who want a break from reality to relax. Since Covid-19, there has been a major spike in the popularity of video...

The Gaming Wildcat: GTA 6

The Gaming Wildcat: GTA 6

Grand Theft Auto VI
Efrain Citle Palestino, Arts and Entertainment Writer December 9, 2015

The popular series of guns and robbery, Grand Theft Auto, is ready to unleash its sixth generation to the public in 2018. Rockstar North hasn't said much about the new game, but what is said is that it...

Review: Reign Of Kings

Review: Reign Of Kings

David Grajales, Arts and Entertainment Writer December 8, 2015

Reign Of Kings is a multiplayer RPG set in medieval times that was released as an early access on March 11, 2015, by Code}{atch. The game is a sandbox where you can gather resources to design and build...

Fallout 4

Fallout 4

David Grajales, Arts and Entertainment Writer December 3, 2015

Bethesda Game Studio’s long-awaited fifth major installment to the Fallout franchise has finally been released. On November 10, Fallout 4 was finally released for PC, Xbox 360, and PS3. Just like the...

Review: Town of Salem

Review: Town of Salem

David Grajales, Arts and Entertainment Writer November 25, 2015

Town of Salem is an intricate game where you must lie to your friends and foes. If your role is found out, your friends may attempt to help you, while your foes will most certainly be ready to attack.  While...

NBA 2K16 Review

NBA 2K16 Review

Chris Adams, Sports Writer November 21, 2015

Whether you have the Xbox One or the PlayStation 4, the experience while playing the NBA 2K series is still the same. 2K Sports has come out with their annual NBA game, and it’s fantastic.  Normally...

Review: Tabletop Simulator Video Game

Review: Tabletop Simulator Video Game

David Grajales, Arts and Entertainment Writer November 9, 2015

Exactly as the name suggests, Tabletop Simulator, released by Berserk Games on June 5, is a PC simulator for tabletop and board games. You don’t just have to play games; you can also design them for...

WWE 2K16 Review

WWE 2K16 Review

Efrain Citle Palestino, Arts and Entertainment Writer November 4, 2015

If you love watching WWE on Monday Night Raw and Thursday Night Smackdown, you’ll love to play and watch this kind of wrestling in the comfort of your own home...on your Xbox or PS Systems! On October...

Game Review: Rocket League

Game Review: Rocket League

David Grajales, Arts & Entertainment Writer October 5, 2015

Rocket League, a PC/PS3 game released by Psyonix on July 7, already has over three million people players. And that count is still rising. Rocket League is a fast-paced, competitive game that draws its...

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