Caleb Edwards, Michigan State University
To succeed, the show needs to return to its roots.
Can you imagine having to pay to read Study Breaks?
Better ingredients, better pizza. Racist CEO.
Musk appears to be falling apart, and we’re to blame.
Games like ‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’ and ‘Monster Prom’ show how games can subtly influence users’ opinions.
By focusing on the killers instead of the victims, the Netflix docuseries turns a familiar formula on its head.
Part nostalgia, part saccharine, the reboot largely comes up short.
Plummeting sales have proven that the new medium just isn’t viable yet.
The problem is, the city is facing much more than a crisis of clean water.
Whether or not the series is well received in America, however, is yet to be seen.
After years of searching for an appropriate way to curate their game selection, Valve has finally given up.
The rising popularity of speedrunning, the newest craze in the gaming world, has led to the creation of frenetic, weeklong gaming marathons.
Kidding about the objectivity part, of course.
Remember when television made you feel good about yourself?
It’s time for Disney to come up with a solution.
His passing means it’s time to let go.
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