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  • 2017’s most exciting console

    2017’s most exciting console0

    Nintendo is known for doing things differently. From the Wii’s motion controllers, to the Wii U’s tablet-style GamePad — Nintendo’s latest platform, the Switch, released in March of this year, delivers a portable and home console in one that lets gamers play on the go or at home. The $299 Switch is an obvious replacement

  • MechWarrior Online Review (Steam PC)

    MechWarrior Online Review (Steam PC)0

    The Internet is filled with tons of great free-to-play games these days but a vehicle combat game by Piranha Games Inc. called Mechwarrior Online stands tall above the rest. It is based off the Battletech strategy game universe. Players each pilot a single BattleMech that they outfit themselves and take into battle in two teams

  • Not our creed, but it’ll do

    Not our creed, but it’ll do0

    By Victor Martisius It’s clear that Indigenous Culture is starting to become more recognized across the globe than it has ever been since colonization. Many things have happened to bring awareness of not only our culture but the struggles and injustices that we as a people have been enduring under the cover of media darkness.

  • Retro Gaming is back with the NES Classic

    Retro Gaming is back with the NES Classic0

    The NES Classic is supposed to retail for 90 bucks and is one of this year’s hottest items — good luck to everyone trying to get one, they are going like hot cakes on EBay right now for $250 a pop. As of November 22, battle.net is surging with thousands of gamers returning to Diablo

  • Diablo 2: LOD Review (PC Windows, MAC OS)

    Diablo 2: LOD Review (PC Windows, MAC OS)0

      Fifteen-year-old game still fun as ever When it comes to the universe of PC gaming, there are few games as iconic as Diablo 2: Lords of Destruction (LOD). In August 2016, Diablo 2 placed 21st on Time Magazine’s The 50 Best Video Games of All Time list (editorial note: Tetris placed first, and PC

  • Squad Review (PC Steam): Movement in the Tree Line

    Squad Review (PC Steam): Movement in the Tree Line0

    SQUAD is a tactical first person video game that many are calling an online mil-sim, which is short form for military simulation, and sells for $40. Developer Offworld Industries says their goal was to create a game “built around teamwork and co-operation.” I say that Squad is the next generation of video gaming. It wouldn’t