For many 5C students, “Animal Crossing: New Horizons” has consistently offered a welcome escape and simple delights during a year of quarantine.
The Claremont Colleges adjust their intramurals to be on an online setting, replacing ball games with video games.
5C students teamed up to participate in the Claremont Global Game Jam, a timed event in which teams had 49 hours to plan, program, and execute functioning video games.
People have always been crazy about video games, but several things have changed over time, like the wide variety of games available.
There’s much to like about the “Hypnospace Outlaw,” including the 90s nostalgia, the well-written characters and the situational humor.
Despite increased awareness of the female demographic, video games still lack female characters who are portrayed as flawed human beings.
Playing video games is an expensive hobby. Not only do you have to drop a couple of hundred bucks for a console, you also have to spend $50 to $60 more each time you want a new game. Playing mobile games, however, is another story. More often than not, smartphone
The “Mortal Kombat” games are, first and foremost, incredibly violent. Their trademark “Fatalities” are gory waterworks of blood spewing out of every body part imaginable. Thanks to modern animation technology, watching these “Fatalities” in “Mortal Kombat X” for the first time left me closing my eyes, unable to shake the