Posts tagged journalism
Why I Write: A Look At How Videogames Have Shaped Me

​I have played videogames as far back as I can remember. In fact, one of my earliest memories is opening up the original Nintendo Entertainment System one Christmas morning and being elated at being able to play Super Mario Bros. ​and ​Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles . ​It was also funny because Santa had also rented me quite a few games....READ MORE

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No Monster Hunter Plans For PS Vita

Monster Hunter... you either hate the series or love it with a passion. Regardless of how you view the series, the success of Monster Hunter cannot be ignored; especially in Japan. With Monster Hunter Ultimate 3 being released on the 3DS and not the Vita, you can imagine the blow dealt to the Vita. In a move that surprised most, Capcom has announced that they have no current plans to bring Monster Hunter to the PS Vita. ​

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Injustice: Gods Among Us Review

Ever wonder what would happen if Superman just snapped? Took it upon himself to become judge, jury and executioner? And what of the other superheroes and supervillains  would they take his side or fight against the Kryptonian? That is the premise behind NetherRealm's DC brawler Injustice: Gods Among Us. We rarely get to see what happens when Superman totally loses his cool and does what he sees fit. By all meaning of the word, Superman is a god among men and even lower metahumans as well. My question is: would you stand against him?

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New Call of Duty Announced May 1st

​We all knew a new Call of Duty game would be released this year. Besides the fact that Call of Duty has a yearly release, there have been other inclinations pointing to a new game in the works. On Wednesday, news broke of two retailers showing off information regarding the new game titled Call of Duty: Ghosts.

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Okami Announcement Next Week!

Capcom has recently announced that come next week, they will reveal information concerning Okami. Could it be the long-awaited sequel, another spin-off or potentially bringing the game to other consoles? No one seems to know and Capcom certainly isn't about to give up details until next week.

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Metal Gear Solid Legacy Collection

Seems like there is a new Metal Gear Solid collection on the way and it contains 5 games total. Metal Gear Solid Legacy collection will be a PS3 exclusive and have the four Metal Gear Solid console games, plus the PSP Peace Walker.

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The Wii U Has An Assassin And His Name Is Sam Fisher

Sam Fisher? That name sounds awfully familiar doesn’t it? Well, I’m here to inform you that Splinter Cell Blacklist is coming to the Wii-U and bringing some unique features with it.

By utilizing the GamePad, players can control how Sam uses his gadgets, take down enemies, navigate Sam through the hostile environments and switch weapons along with some other cool features. Motion-based inputs work hand in hand with the GamePad’s touch screen capabilities.

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Supervillians Killer Frost and Ares Appear in Injustice

With Injustice only a mere 10 days away, fighting game and DC fans everywhere are excited to get their hands on it. We now have two new playable characters to look forward to trying out April 16.

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Reflecting on Roger Ebert

Roger Joseph Ebert pioneered. However, it wasn’t through his creations. He was partially responsible for the satirical script for Beyond the Valley of the Dolls, and he helped to advance the idea of film director as the artistic anchor of a movie. Those are accomplishments, but they miss the big picture; they play into why he won the Pulitzer in 1975 and why he landed on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2005, but they don’t tell the whole story.

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Hackers Attack The War Z!

The War Z has been taken offline due to hackers gaining access to forums and the game’s databases. The game’s publisher, OP Productions has confirmed this knowledge and consider this issue to be top priority.

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Lego City Undercover Review

I’ve always been skeptical of open world sandbox games. Often, a large portion of time is spent traversing city roads—hardly something that fits into the paradigm of video games as obstacle courses. What do you make of gameplay that mimics your morning commute? Well, sans traffic laws and car insurance.

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Yoichi Wada Steps Down As Square Enix President

Some sad but hopefully positive news stemmed from Square Enix earlier today. Yoichi Wada, president and representative director for Square Enix, stepped down following the company’s financial forecast.

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