Nu Music, Nu Masks, and Nu Metal

Sean Koepfinger, Staff Reporter
September 24, 2014
Filed under Music

“Step inside!” screams Corey Taylor over the sound of roaring guitars and thundering drums as he invites you into his latest single “The Devil in I.” The song, which made its music video premiere September 12, is the newest single for Slipknot’s upcoming fifth album, “5: The Gray Chapter.”... Read more »

Review of Sin & Punishment: Star Successor

Dominic Flamini, Staff Reporter
September 17, 2014
Filed under Games

When you hear the name Nintendo, I doubt you think about post-apocalyptic sci-fi worlds, but that is exactly the setting of one of its lesser-known franchises, Sin & Punishment. The brainchild of Nintendo and Gunstar Heroes developer Treasure, the games are action-packed rail shooters,... Read more »

Guillermo Del Toro’s “The Strain” re-invents vampires

Guillermo Del Toro’s “The Strain” re-invents vampires

Sean Koepfinger, Staff Reporter
September 16, 2014
Filed under TV

While vampires have been a movie and TV staple for a long time, the age of supernatural teen dramas may be coming to an end. FX’s new vampire thriller, “The Strain,” is reviving the undead creature’s horror roots in a series that can only be described as contagious. Created by film legend... Read more »

A ‘Link Between Worlds’ is a Refreshing Link to the Past

Sam Predebon, Staff Reporter
September 10, 2014
Filed under Games

As an avid gamer, the Legend of Zelda series has always held a special place in my heart. From exploring caves to sailing across the vast ocean (on a talking boat no less), I’ve always had a blast playing the games, and the newest one for hand held is no exception. “Legend of Zelda: A Link Between... Read more »

So who wants to play Eldritch?

Sam Predebon, Staff Writer
September 8, 2014
Filed under Games

If you like dungeons, H.P. Lovecraft style monsters and stealth, then you might like “Eldritch.” Purchased through the well-known computer gaming client Steam, “Eldritch” is only $15.00. Luckily I was able to take advantage of Steam’s random daily deals and purchase it at a measly $2.49. Quite... Read more »

Welcome to Outlast, welcome to hell

Welcome to Outlast, welcome to hell

Sam Predebon, Staff Reporter
September 5, 2014
Filed under Games

In the gaming industry, the horror genre is similar to a delicate flower. Difficult to get right, most game developers go for the easy to do jump scare; things jumping out from the floor boards and corners in an effort to scare gamers. Those games can be scary, sure, but often times they lose their... Read more »

It’s time to judge Castlevania

Sam Predabon, Staff Reporter
September 4, 2014
Filed under Games

In the grand genre of fighting games, there are many notable titles: “Super Smash Bros.,” “Soul Calibur” and “Mortal Kombat.” Most people have heard of these games and hold them close to their hearts. The games listed are considered classics, or one of a kind (even though they have remakes... Read more »

Omega and Alpha Coming Soon

Mylana Churilla, Staff Reporter
August 30, 2014
Filed under Games

On May 7, 2014 Nintendo announced their plans to remake the 2002 Pokémon™ Sapphire and Ruby for the 3DS. The new Nintendo releases, Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, have had a number of sneak peeks into the new gaming system through CoroCoro leaks that have left the Pokémon fan base impatient for the... Read more »

Battlefield 4: A realistic experience

Battlefield 4: A realistic experience

Dane Moore, Staff Reporter
August 26, 2014
Filed under Games

Battlefield 4 was released in North America on October 29, 2013 by Electronic Arts and was developed by their Swedish video game developer, Digital Illusions CE, or DICE. Battlefield 4 is a first person shooter game that relies on teamwork for success. Being a sequel to Battlefield 3, the storyline... Read more »

GQ’s “21 Albums” might just be right

GQ’s “21 Albums” might just be right

Tommy Bolton, Staff Reporter
August 25, 2014
Filed under Music, Top Stories

This summer, GQ Magazine compiled a list entitled “The 21 Albums of the 21st Century Every Man Should Hear” daring us to ask the question: “How is good music defined today?” Since the dawn of time, we as a human species have been drooling over the best albums compiled by the best... Read more »