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Keally Peck, Editor November 22, 2022

Black Friday seems to have come early with kinds of different deals and sales, especially for video games. Since the beginning of November, lots of video games, some old, some new and some not even released...

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Experience the magic with Hogwarts Legacy gameplay details

Jake Su, Writer November 17, 2022

When one of the biggest entertainment IPs in the world is making a blockbuster game, both invested fans and interested players are bound to take notice, and that is certainly the case for Avalanche Software...

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Seven Free Games are Available Now For Amazon Prime Members

Steven Petite, Writer November 3, 2022

According to Gamespot.com, seven games through prime gaming are now free for November. Seven free games are currently up for grabs for Amazon Prime members. Prime Gaming's November 2022 lineup of freebies...

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Disney Dreamlight Valley is an Early Access to a Great Adventure

Keally Peck, Editor October 25, 2022

Disney Dreamlight Valley seems to be one of the newest, and biggest slow-paced life simulation games. The game was released on early access in early September, and still has secrets waiting to be uncovered....

Why the stress-reducing ‘Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ is the game for this time of coronavirus

Why the stress-reducing ‘Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ is the game for this time of coronavirus

MCT Campus April 28, 2020

As the Friday release date of Nintendo’s “Animal Crossing: New Horizons” approaches, there have been calls on social media for the Japanese video game giant to unleash the latest edition of the game...

From ‘1917’ to, yes, ‘Parasite,’ video games are even influencing prestige movies

From ‘1917’ to, yes, ‘Parasite,’ video games are even influencing prestige movies

MCT Campus February 18, 2020

A video game has yet to win an Academy Award, but that doesn’t mean the influence of the interactive medium wasn’t felt at this year’s Oscars. Consider that two of the awards season’s most talked-about...

Whats Trending? On Twitter!- October 23rd

What’s Trending? On Twitter!- October 23rd

Kaylea Kuhlman, Editor in Chief October 23, 2019

#RewriteATvOrMovieEnding- Twitter users use their imagination to redo the endings of various Television shows or movies. Many users use pictures, GIFS and videos to express their ideas. There’s enough...

New club hopes to bring students together through video games

New club hopes to bring students together through video games

Kaylea Kuhlman, Editor in Chief October 10, 2019

NORFOLK- Northeast Community College student Austin Miller and a group of his friends are taking video games to a whole new level. They have begun to put together an esports club for the college. Activities...

What to play: ‘Wilmot’s Warehouse,’ a puzzle game about sorting for our Marie Kondo age

What to play: ‘Wilmot’s Warehouse,’ a puzzle game about sorting for our Marie Kondo age

Special to the Viewpoint October 3, 2019

Life is a mess. And within that big mess is a bunch of little messes. I’m writing this from my bedroom, with a view straight into my disaster of a closet. It stresses me out. I’m sure my cat sitter...

How US video game companies are building tools for China’s surveillance state

How US video game companies are building tools for China’s surveillance state

MCT Campus September 12, 2019

Last October, software developers at Riot Games in Santa Monica fielded an unusual request. Like other video game makers, Riot’s success depends on its ability to make games that are compulsively playable,...

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Nontraditional funding may have nearly killed e-sports video firm

January 19, 2017

By Paresh Dave Los Angeles Times (TNS) LOS ANGELES — Video games as a professional sport made no sense to Lars Windhorst, a European oil and agriculture investor, until a summer evening in Seoul....

Blizzard Entertainment plans to launch a worldwide competition for Overwatch featuring the games highest-caliber players. (Blizzard Entertainment/TNS)

Blizzard wants to create ‘Overwatch’ league with city-specific video game fans

November 10, 2016

By Paresh Dave Los Angeles Times (TNS) LOS ANGELES — Blizzard Entertainment pioneered e-sports with its “Starcraft” franchise more than a decade ago. Now, with “Overwatch,” the Los Angeles-area...

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