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Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, a Review

Gus Sevastos Editorial When it comes to journalism, any article you write must be without any bias. The writer is not supposed to let his personal feelings come between himself (or herself) and the article. However, this is one of those times that I will break this code of ethics and melt down into all my fanboy antics over the Metal Gear Solid series. Metal Gear Solid is a stealth-action game series that I have been playing since I was roughly ten years old. The series is known for its…

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The Next Generation of Video Games: Why You Should Care

Gus Sevastos Editorial              In about three weeks we will enter into a new era of video games when the Playstation 4 and the Xbox One consoles launch. The current generation of consoles, the Playstation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii have lasted longer than most cycles, a solid seven years, and during this time we have seen many changes to the way video games look, the way they play, and the emotional depth they can deliver. The new era of games should build on the…

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‘Bioshock Infinite’ review

Gus Sevastos Editorials   I really wish there were words I could write to describe the overall experience of this game. However, this is one of the first games I have played in a very long time that has ever left me speechless. “Bioshock Infinite” is not only a narrative masterpiece, but a game that not only stands alongside its predecessor, and challenges everything about the original game as well. In “Bioshock Infinite,” set in 1912, the player takes on the role of Booker DeWitt, a war veteran and former…

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Classic game appreciation: Red Dead Redemption

Gus Sevastos Editorial and Staff Writer   The Wild West was no longer wild by 1911. The government had decided to move in and civilize the territory, making it safe for the states to finally develop. Outlaws were hunted down, and the remnants of the older times sat in the saloons drinking themselves half blind, hoping some young buck wouldn’t come in and make them use their guns one last time. The land is still beautiful, still lush, and for the most part, still wild and free. The buffalo still…

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