Editorial

16-Bit barcade set to open in Columbus, Ohio

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16-Bit barcade looks to be the next big thing in Columbus, Ohio. We ventured there to get a preview of the almost-complete barcade and had a chat with its owner, Troy Allen, to get an idea of what the public can expect.

How Microsoft Could Have Beat Sony

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Microsoft announced the reversal on another feature on the Xbox One. The Kinect no longer needs to be connected. It feels they are one step away from completely leveling the playing field between the Xbox One and Sony’s PS4, which are priced at $499 and $399 respectively. Ever since the unveiling of the Xbox One, […]

Savant Ascent [Think Castlevania with Missles]

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“A malicious orb has cast Savant out of his tower and transformed his surroundings into dangerous enemies! Dodge and shoot your way back up the tower, and blast down waves of enemies as you make your way towards the top! As you progress, you unlock CDs that not only give you new tracks to play to, but also grant you powerful new abilities! Can you make it to the top?”

Mobile as the Future of Video Games

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You know what I see standing in line at the supermarket—aside from the self-image corrupting magazines in juxtaposition with candy bars—kids on iPhones. Parents hand their children an iPad or an iPhone to prevent them from having a meltdown over a toy they couldn’t have because what kid needs toys when playing Angry Birds. They’re too busy snagging three stars on all the levels mommy and daddy failed at to kick up a fuss.