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Epic Games rewinds time with Season OG, reignites Fortnite fervor

Epic Games rewinds time with Season OG, reignites Fortnite fervor

Brantley Dumas II, Senior Staff Reporter
Nov 30, 2023

Flashback to 2018. You step off the school bus, itching to get home and power up your PlayStation. There’s one word on every middle schooler’s lips. One thing on every teen boy’s mind. Fortnite. The mere mention of the new Battle Pass, skin drops, weapon...

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Connections, the newest of New York Times game offerings, is the best game you arent playing, according to the Inkspots B.J. Dumas. 
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Finding ‘Connections’: the best game you aren’t playing

New NYT game is all fun and (word) games
Brantley Dumas II, Senior Staff Reporter
Oct 18, 2023

It’s seemingly simple. A 16-word grid. Four chances to find the four common threads that link four of the words. But what seems simple on the surface soon has you wanting to forfeit in frustration.    Connections are the key to the New York Times newest game, aptly named Connections,...

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Top 10 Super Mario power-ups

Top 10 Super Mario power-ups

Colin Flack, Senior Staff Reporter
Feb 9, 2021

As the Super Mario 35th anniversary celebration draws to a close, Nintendo has celebrated in style. The Super Mario franchise, with the addition of this year’s Paper Mario: The Origami King, Super Mario 3D All-Stars, Super Mario Bros. 35, and the imminent release of Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s...

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10 Skyrim Secrets

10 Skyrim Secrets

Digging further into the world to shed light one some unknown gameplay
Payton Heinhold, Staff Reporter
Jan 12, 2017

His clean iron blade slices through the thin, bitterly cold air.  It grazes his enemy’s chest plate, barely making a scratch.   The monster grips a steel shield and mace, unfazed, still pressing towards him.  The dragonborn dodges a blow from the mace and steps to the right, perfectly in...

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The Game Grumps: Whos who?

The Game Grumps: Who’s who?

The Game Grumps are a Youtube group that focuses their content on providing comedic commentary over popular video games.
Whitney Russo, Staff Reporter
Apr 11, 2016

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The titular monster hunter along side his two cat companions on a hunt in Capcoms Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate.

Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate: review

Collin Houldsworth, Staff Reporter
Mar 31, 2015

Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate (MH4U) was released in America on February 13, 2015 exclusively on Nintendo 3DS systems by Capcom. Many fans were upset when Nintendo announced exclusivity on Monster Hunter however now that the game is out it’s clear that both Capcom and Nintendo made the right decision. One...

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Super Smash Bros for 3DS

Super Smash Bros for 3DS

Collin Houldsworth, Staff Reporter
Nov 3, 2014

Nintendo released Super Smash Bros for 3DS in Japan on September 13th and in North America on October 3rd  in an attempt to tie fans of the series over until the long awaited Wii U version comes out. Super Smash Bros for 3DS is the first Super Smash Bros title to be released on a handheld and while...

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Source Filmmaker Review

Source Filmmaker Review

Amir Muhammad, Feature Editor
May 14, 2013

Valve Corporation has been the most revolutionary corperation in the gaming industry. On June 27,2012, Valve release a beta version of their 3D video editing software Source Filmmaker, which uses Valve’s gaming engine the Source Engine, that  is used for their popular games such as the Half-Life and...

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Bioshock Infinite High Skies Adventure of the Year

Bioshock Infinite “High Skies Adventure of the Year”

Amir Muhammad, Feature Editor
Apr 29, 2013

My impressions of the first Bioshock definitely alter my perception of how great first person shooter games can be. The story of the first one was engaging and so much fun. Although the first two games were set in Rapture, a dark and scary under sea metropolis, this latest installment in the Bioshock...

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The newest addictive word game: Ruzzle

Arianna Collier, Photo & Design
Feb 4, 2013

If you enjoy playing Scrabble, or other word games in general, then you need to join the other millions of players and try Ruzzle; a game that allows you to play against your friends in a fast paced setting. Ruzzle is all about finding word combinations and racing the clock with scrambled letters to...

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“The Walking Dead” – Game of 2012

Amir Muhammad, Feature Editor
Jan 21, 2013

   Zombies have been a hot trend in the horror genre for decades; unfortunately, there have been only a few films, books, and games that have given a realistic, detailed and emotional story about this topic. Usually zombie games allow you to kill as many zombies as you can, with some goal, or lame...

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Wii U irrelevancy

Wii U irrelevancy

Amir Muhammad, Feature Editor
Dec 17, 2012

 The announcement of the Wii U did not excite me at all, nor did it effect my thoughts of what I am missing out on. Unfortunately, the sequel to one of my favorite games (Bayonetta) is being released for ONLY the Wii U. Why? Apparently the game company did not have enough finances to produce the sequel...

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Redundancy: The video game

Amir Muhammad, Feature Editor
Dec 17, 2012

Video games are a great past time for many teens, young adults, and even adults age 30 and up. There are a variety of genres of video games - dance, sports, action adventure, horror, first, second and third person shooters, etc. The video game industry has become the highest grossing industry after...

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Christmas comes early

Christmas comes early

Nathan Flessner, News
Dec 5, 2012

As a young a man preparing himself for the trials and tribulations of college life and the real world, but with a still as of yet untamed youthful bashfulness, the thought of sitting back at the end of the day and enjoying a good video game still tantalizes the senses. With the recent string of...

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The Guild Web Series Review

Amir Muhammad, Feature Editor
Dec 5, 2012

While I never bothered, or had any interest in watching web series’, until the winter break of my freshman year, while I was surfing Zune on Xbox marketplace. I came across The Guild, a comedic web series following a group of Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game (basically being a game where...

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