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Top 10 video games of 2014

By Austin Miller

December 7, 2014

Filed under Pulse, Video Game Reviews

Playing video-games this year was like riding a roller coaster. Every up was followed by a down, giving gamers whiplash and frustration (hopefully no vomiting).  After countless trailers and demos, many games looked like fre...

‘Unity’ causes rift between players and product

By Austin Miller

November 24, 2014

Filed under Pulse, Video Game Reviews

“Assassin's Creed Unity” takes place in the late 1700s, during the French Revolution. Players take control of Arno Dorian. Dorian is caught in the middle of the war between the Templars, a group focused on global control, and the...

‘Halo’ makes the move to Xbox One

By Austin Miller

November 18, 2014

Filed under Pulse, Video Game Reviews

The “Halo” franchise has been the crown jewel for Xbox since “Halo: Combat Evolved” was released in 2001. Since then, players have gone on four adventures with the greatest Marine of the future, Master Chief.With the suc...

‘Sunset’ throttles senses and fun into overdrive

By Austin Miller

November 4, 2014

Filed under Pulse, Video Game Reviews

Years of pop culture have taught gamers the zombie apocalypse is black, gray and dreary. “The Walking Dead,” “Last of Us” and “World War Z” have taken the broody color palette and worn it thin, along with the z...

EA takes one step forward and two backward

By Aaron Graff

September 8, 2014

Filed under Pulse, Video Game Reviews

You would think after doing something 26 times, there would be a level of mastery achieved. With EA Games’ Madden football franchise, this is not the case.Madden 15 is the 27th edition of the franchise, but noticeable glitc...

‘Dead Space 3’ suffers from identity crisis

By Anthony Pickens

February 13, 2013

Filed under News, Pulse, Video Game Reviews

The “Dead Space” video game series has built its reputation over the years by scar- ing players with terrifying environments and creepy space creatures.However, “Dead Space 3” focuses more on action-oriented experiences t...

TOO FAR?

By Anthony Pickens

January 15, 2013

Filed under News, Pulse, Video Game Reviews

‘Seduce Me’ game causes controversyAs Princess Peach is kidnapped by the giant ape Donkey Kong, a mustached plumber comes to her rescue. As players move the mustached protagonist up several ladders and avoid tons of barre...

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