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Game of the Month: February

A short month, but I think I managed to cram enough games in! So, what did I play?

I had ordered a game in Hong Kong at the beginning of December, and though the seller had notified me that it was sent out, I still hadn’t seen it in my mailbox. 328 more words

About Games

Valve Releases New Game Counter-Strike: STOP

WASHINGTON—Valve has just released that they will be publishing a brand new game, something completely original to all their other games, Counter-Strike: Super Tropical Octo-People. This will be a never before attempted game type for the company, set in a tropical ecosystem. 194 more words


Former NASA director to discuss “climate change” during Science Day March 3

Dr. Franco Einaudi, former director of the Earth Sciences Division at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, will speak about weather and the often-debated topic of climate change during Science Day March 3 at the Palm Beach State College Lake Worth campus. 473 more words

Campus & Community

My Five Hour Journey through Spec Ops: The Line (because of the Order: 1886)

With all of this talk about how the Order: 1886 is a mere five hours long, its time to look at another five hour game that people enjoy. 740 more words

Video Games

LEVEL UP : To The Moon

Welcome to another installment in my LEVEL UP series ~ today I’ll be reflecting upon the beautiful little indie gem TO THE MOON.

This game was developed and published by Freebird Games. 578 more words


Steam's Anti-Internationalism: The Story of an International Student Attempting to Buy a Game

As the title might suggest, this post will be concerned mainly with my own experiences when using Steam for the very first time. It worked well in the beginning. 472 more words

Please stop swearing, Moira

Resident Evil: Revelations 2 is a fun game, but if there’s something that really annoys me, it’s the fact that Moira, Barry Burtons daughter, swears so much. 389 more words