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‘Mario and Luigi: Superstar Saga’ is better than ever

‘Mario and Luigi: Superstar Saga’ is better than ever

April 9, 2018


Filed under A&E Featured Articles List, Arts & Entertainment, Mobile Headlines, Reviews

 Mario and Luigi are the most iconic duo in gaming. They've had games across a wide variety of genres, but some of their best games are RPG's. "Mario and Luigi: Superstar Saga" originally came out in 2003, but it's recently been remade for the 3DS. This new version updates the vi...

‘Rust’: The second job you never wanted

‘Rust’: The second job you never wanted

Ulises Duenas

February 27, 2018


Filed under A&E Sliding Showcase, Arts & Entertainment, Mobile Headlines, Reviews, Showcase

After being in early access for over four years, "Rust" still has a lot of issues that keep it from achieving its potential. While the idea of a survival game is interesting, the execution of it in "Rust" makes for a game that is too annoying to like. When you begin "Rust," you're dropped into...

‘Rainbow Six Siege’ is fresh air in a cramped market

‘Rainbow Six Siege’ is fresh air in a cramped market

Ulises Duenas

September 24, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

Finding a multiplayer shooter that's worth sticking with is hard to come by these days. It's not enough to just offer good game-play anymore. With so many games coming out, developers need to to do more and more to keep their player base alive. "Rainbow Six: Siege" is the case of a game that appeals to...

Tekken 7 reigns as the king of fighters

Tekken 7 reigns as the king of fighters

Ulises Duenas

September 20, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Mobile Headlines, Multimedia, Photo Galleries, Reviews

I didn't really play 'Tekken' prior to getting 'Tekken 7,' but I was always aware of it. One of the first things anyone hears about 'Tekken' is how difficult it can be for newcomers. Most fighting games have a lot of depth, but 'Tekken' stands out as one of the toughest to learn. It's that same depth...

‘Destiny 2’ rights the wrongs of the series

‘Destiny 2’ rights the wrongs of the series

Ulises Duenas

September 11, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews, Showcase

I didn't like the first "Destiny" all that much but still played a lot of it. Probably more than I should have. That's the nature of these loot-based games. They keep you coming back for more. "Destiny 2" improves upon the original in almost every way, most notably in how much there is to do. The developer, Bungie, listened to fan feedback and i...

Geek culture is a stronghold for sexism

Geek culture is a stronghold for sexism

Megan Mann

October 17, 2014


Filed under Columns, Opinion

Ah, the "Nerd World." A social universe filled with comics, cosplay, video games and sexism. The sexism portion may be surprising to some, but it is by no means a secret in the geek and nerd community. For years, women have been at the ridicule of men for liking typical "male" things, such as comics and...

Students analyze video games’ benefits

Christine Lee

May 6, 2014


Filed under News

Chico State psychology students found that playing video games has positive effects.Playing video games contribute to a person's cognitive, motivational, emotional and social abilities, according to their research. "I don't play video games but I'm going to now," said Priscilla Gates, a senior psych...

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