Casey LaValley, Ferris State University
Somehow, a 6-year-old Japanese anime has become an unsparingly woke commentary on police brutality and the U.S. legal system.
Because 2019 just got a whole lot more wholesome.
The time to stop listening to the haters is long overdue.
It’s time to even the score.
Winter may be coming a bit later than expected.
True friendship might be one (right) swipe away.
After all, love is a game you want to win, right?
Summer convention season awaits. Are you ready?
Your favorite novel might be the next game of the year.
Square Enix’s newest game delivers exploratory gameplay, a stellar soundtrack and gorgeous graphics.
Who said video games and exercise don’t mix?
Sifting through piles of documents to find the right piece of plot or character information is a total, but entirely preventable, drag.
The beloved film franchise has shown how (female) dinosaurs once ruled the Earth, but many of its human females fall prey to outdated stereotypes.
After 20 years, I think it’s about time the show stopped inviting back old competitors.
Afterward, all that’s left to do is prepare for the fame of being a literary genius.
In a medium dominated by male characters and the women that squabble over them, these ladies are changing the game.
By offering its gamers mediocre downloadable content, EA could be driving ‘The Sims’ toward its demise.
When it comes to climbing, farming, fighting and golfing, these Nintendo Switch games aren’t playing around.
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