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‘Palworld’: An open-world monster catcher offers players a new, engaging experience

Iain Klotzbach, Freelance Reporter | February 23, 2024

“Pokemon” and “ARK Survival” have a child and its name is “Palworld”. The game is an open-world survival and monster catcher. Released on Jan. 18 by Pocketpair, “Palworld” has hit records...

Eldritch horror action game worth picking up for retro-shooter fans

Vincent Scrivens, Staff Reporter | December 2, 2023

With a massive freedom of approach for any playstyle, gritty aesthetic, exciting music, and creative enemies, “Cultic,” a retro-styled first person horror shooter, is an addictive and immersive game...

Author Abel Tarikus character in Pokemon Violet picnic mode, standing beside his starter pokemons evolution Meowscarada and Clodsire — two new Pokemon to the franchise.

‘Pokemon Scarlet’ and ‘Pokemon Violet’ introduces fun new open-world experience with major issues

Abel Tariku | December 7, 2022

“Pokemon Scarlet” and “Pokemon Violet,” released for the Nintendo Switch on Nov. 18, are fun games that allow Pokemon fans to explore a new region of the world with an unrestrictive open-world...

Screenshot of author Zhang Xiaoyans gameplay in Overwatch 2 as hero Ashe.

‘Overwatch 2’ offers fresh team play experience

Zhang Xiaoyan | December 4, 2022

“Overwatch 2” is a first-person multiplayer shooter video game released by Blizzard Entertainment on Oct. 5 that offers a fresh take on the original 2016 “Overwatch.” Both games are set in...

Microsoft announced plans to acquire Activision Blizzard, a leader in game development and an interactive entertainment content publisher. The planned acquisition includes iconic franchises from the Activision, Blizzard and King studios like Warcraft, Diablo, Overwatch, Call of Duty and Candy Crush.

Will joining a monopoly be the end of the ‘frat boy’ era at Blizzard?

Michael Davis, Editor Emeritus | January 25, 2022

On Jan. 18, Microsoft announced plans to buy Activision Blizzard, creators of “World of Warcraft,” “Overwatch” and the “Call of Duty” franchise, in a massive $68.7 billion deal, making it the...

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Pikmin Bloom: A fun concept, but difficult for non-gamers

Joseph Narvaez, Reporter | December 6, 2021
“Pikmin Bloom” is not easily mastered by non-gamers and might not be what you’re looking for as a fitness aid.
Source: Nintendo

‘Metroid Dread’ a great return to form for the long forgotten series

Michael Davis, Editor-in-Chief | October 20, 2021

After 19 years of absence, the newest 2D Metroid game launched on Nintendo Switch, “Metroid Dread,” brings the franchise back to life in a nostalgic yet fresh way. Developed by MercurySteam and...

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“Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War” is only good for beginners

Amrut Ranjan, Reporter | May 26, 2021

After the staggering success of “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare” in 2020, “Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War” ended up great for beginners, but lacking for experienced players. The engine for “Cold...

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May 2021 marks another Mental Health Awareness month shadowed by the pandemic. Still, students can still enjoy many activities that support mental health.

Maida Suta, Reporter | May 16, 2021
Take the chance this Mental Health Awareness Month to explore these works and others. As schoolwork intensifies, make sure to take time to care for your mental health.
Source: Nintendo

“Persona 5: Strikers” is a fun but flawed game

Michael Davis, Reporter | March 25, 2021
“Persona 5” spin-off “Persona 5 Strikers” keeps Atlus’ track record intact for making enjoyable spin-off games for cash rather than creating an actual sequel.
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