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A screen capture shows the Live Show selection for the mobile rhythm game “Love Live! School Idol Festival,” where players can choose either an  A-side or B-side song from school idol group μ’s (“Muse”) to play through, as well as the difficulty. Photo credit: Angelica Wallingford

Take gaming on-the-go

May 12, 2015

The smartphone as we know it has changed. So long are the days where our cell phones had just the basics such as calling and texting or having minimalist...

Everybody plays: A look at video games’ most outspoken critic, why her arguments for change of gender tropes are misguided

Angelica Wallingford, Editor in Chief

March 15, 2015

To advocate for an issue that you're passionate about is admirable, however, to demonize an entire group of people in the name of the issue your advocating for is completely and utterly wrong. Take that mindset and apply it to one of the most controversial pop culture issues surrounding one of the most popular forms of entertainment and you’ll end up being knocked out...

New Playstation 4 game “Bloodborne” has players explore the world of Yharnam where they fight off monsters and other creatures of the nights. Official image, Playstaition.

March gaming madness

March 10, 2015

Some individuals follow college basketball, others like to drink themselves into oblivion on St. Patrick’s Day and some individuals, well, they don’t...

San Diego City College students gather for a round of games in the cafeteria in late November. (Photo by Dane Allen)

Look for Some Magic in the Cafeteria

December 12, 2014

In the college cafeteria’s northeastern corner, players, spectators, and their companions lean over a table, much like knights in King Arthur’s co...

Photo courtesy of Rockstar Games.

“GTA V” brings new life to open world games

October 7, 2013

The newly released “Grand Theft Auto V" continues the over-the-top nature of the series and sets a new standard for what future open world games...

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