Friday, August 12, 2022

Review: ‘Tokyo Vice’ nails the art of investigative slow-burn

With information, there is always a cost. The classic vice unit-style crime show has been on the backburner of American television for quite a while...

Society isn’t prepared for metaverses

With the unfathomable evolution of computers in a short period of time, some wonder: what will come next? Well, the metaverse is here and...

Barstool Sports must be held accountable for promoting toxicity

In 2010, Barstool Sports creator Dave Portnoy wrote, “I never condone rape, but if you are a size 6 and wearing skinny jeans you...

Review: Come back for a second serving of ‘Bugsnax’

With its console exclusivity lifted and ports released for all major platforms, there’s no excuse anymore. You’ve all been sleeping on “Bugsnax” since its...

‘Sneakerella’ isn’t what Black people want in media

Even with the purest intentions, using a predominantly Black cast to sell sneaker culture plays into Black stereotypes. It’s finally Black History Month, a...

We don’t want Sportsmates in ‘Nintendo Switch Sports.’ Wii want Miis

Even if you’ve never touched a Wii, you’ve probably seen Miis before. These avatars were all the rage in the 2000s - and contrary...

Review: I can’t get enough of FromSoftware’s ‘Elden Ring’

After almost 20 hours of playtime, I can safely say that “Elden Ring” lives up to the cult-like response it’s receiving. A couple of days...
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Review: Nia DaCosta’s ‘Candyman’ is everything a sequel should be

Nia DaCosta’s “Candyman” does an incredible job of encompassing the essence of the original film and adding a fresh perspective to some of the...

Review: ‘Solar Opposites’ is definitely worth the watch

“Solar Opposites” won’t have the cultural impact of “Rick and Morty,” nor are its best moments as iconic. However, being an underrated gem may...

‘Guilty Gear Strive’ deserved the Game Award for best soundtrack

"Guilty Gear Strive" sells the player on the world of Guilty Gear, while delivering a timeless collection of music for the players and people...

If Nintendo isn’t obligated to preserve games, we’ll do it ourselves

As I read Nintendo’s FAQ page about the 3DS and Wii U eShop closing, I accepted the hard truth I always knew, but never...

Review: ‘Deltarune: A Cyber’s World’ will be a hard act to follow

Even with just two-sevenths of the full game, “Deltarune: Chapters 1 & 2” provides two fully realized stories with lovable characters, engaging combat and...

People should stop criticizing Lil Nas X

Lil Nas X made a fantastic song while also saying a message that a lot of queer people can relate to. Lil Nas X recently...

Webster Art Shows Review

There were two Webster art events last weekend; Leslie Mutchler and Jason Urban’s “Ordinal Solid” was opening on Friday, and “Adorn or Disfigure,” the...

Review: ‘Kirby and the Forgotten Land’ is an all round good time

There are no bad Kirby games - only games ranging from good to excellent. “Kirby and the Forgotten Land,” the franchise’s first major 3D...

Final update for ‘Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ won’t turn over a new leaf

If you enjoy “New Horizons,” I’m ecstatic that you’ve found joy in something I haven’t. For some players, the Oct. 15 Animal Crossing Direct broadcast...