Final Nights | Game Review

By Josh Hacking

Although game 1 may have been really plain and boring, game 2 is difficult and terrifying. And by the looks of game 3, it’s most likely going to be nightmare fuel.

Gameplay

The first game of Final Nights was removed from Gamejolt last week, although, the creator said he may be adding it back, but better designed then it was before. In game 1, all the player had to do was shut the doors and the cabinets, and shut off the TV to make sure a character who highly resembles The Puppet from FNaF, called The Brother, doesn’t get in and kill the player. That’s basically how it is for the entire game. Continue reading “Final Nights | Game Review”

Exclusive Review: Overwatch is an addictive FPS

By Isaac McDougal, Sports Editor

Overwatch comes out on May 24th, 2016 as Blizzard’s gaming company that which has made Diablo, Starcraft, Hearthstones, Warcraft along with Heroes of the Storm and now Overwatch.  Production for Overwatch was revealed at the 2014 BlizzCon in California. Overwatch is a multiplayer first-person shooter. The game comprises of 21 characters and 3 game modes. Continue reading “Exclusive Review: Overwatch is an addictive FPS”

Call of Duty BO2 Origins Map Review         

By Josh Spangenberger, and Angelo Lucero

The origins zombie map is a digging map based on a mine the German army found in Berlin, Germany. The dig site is for the extraction of element 115. Element 115 is Ununpentium, or divinium. It is highly used by group 935 to power wonder weapons and teleporters. The wonder weapons have been collected by doctor Edward Richtofen, for experiments with element 115.

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Angelo Lucero plays Treyarch’s BO2 watching the robot in the Origins map pack. By Angelo Lucero

 

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Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire: the Best Games in the Pokemon Franchise

By Tayson Jorgenson

Most players of the popular Pokémon Franchise have heard about the upcoming Pokémon games: Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon. But, what to do while you hype for a new game in a series? You play the old one, of course. And so started what was probably the biggest effort to catch ‘em all in the past 2 years. People were playing their current Pokémon games, Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire, remakes of the original Pokémon Ruby and Pokémon Sapphire.  But, how good are these games? And, should you take a trip to your local GameStop to pick up Pokémon Omega Ruby and/or Alpha Sapphire, and while you’re there, grab a code for the Pokémon Darkrai? Continue reading “Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire: the Best Games in the Pokemon Franchise”