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Students have the chance to compete virtually in school-sponsored esports tournaments.

Esports replace intramural sports for students stuck at home

by Devin Whatley, Staff Writer // May 11, 2020

Even though there are no physical sports going on at San Diego State, the competition continues - on computers and gaming consoles. On April 3, the...

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Students lined up to play Nintendo games during the promotion of the Nintendo Switch Lite.

Nintendo Switch tours college campuses

by Devin Whatley, Staff Writer // November 25, 2019

“The Nintendo Switch: Together Tour” made a stop at San Diego State on Nov. 18 and 19. The tour was part of a promotion for Nintendo’s new gaming...

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New Spider-Man video game impresses

New Spider-Man video game impresses

by Angelica Wallingford, Staff Writer // September 26, 2018

Coming off the massive hits at the box office, the folks at Marvel decided to dust off the controller and team up with Insomniac Games and Sony PlayStation...

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One character in Detroit: Become Human lays down the dead body of a character he just killed.

Why are new video games still being scrutinized for violence while other mediums aren’t?

by Angelica Wallingford, Staff Writer // January 17, 2018

Quantic Dream, a gaming developer responsible for hits such as “Heavy Rain” and “Beyond: Two Souls,” released a trailer for its game “Detroit:...

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Extra life uses the power of gaming for charity

Extra life uses the power of gaming for charity

by Sydney Olmstead, Staff Writer // November 11, 2016

In traditional public opinion, the negative connotations associated with video games have seemed to outweigh the positives. However, the gaming community...

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The new face of video games

by Conor Nordberg, Staff Writer // December 8, 2014

How would you feel buying a book only to discover that half of its pages were missing? Or how about sitting down in a movie theater where the sound is...

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Zombie course digests social issues

Zombie course digests social issues

by Ashley Quintero, Staff writer // October 31, 2014

A class about zombies is helping graduate students better understand social issues such as class, gender and race. On Wednesday, Oct. 29, the class...

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Student develops fantasy video game

Student develops fantasy video game

by Rosaura Wardsworth, Staff Writer // October 13, 2014

When it comes to paying for college tuition, or even next month’s rent, college students struggle. To combat the overwhelming amount of bills coming ...

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Multiplayer fun in 'Rayman Legends' (Next Gen Update)

Multiplayer fun in ‘Rayman Legends’ (Next Gen Update)

by Jordan Pollock // March 18, 2014

Last year “Rayman Legends” was released for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii U, PlayStation Vita and PC. This year, we have a reason to turn on our...

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Reactionary coverage of mass shootings is irresponsible

by Mike Heral // September 25, 2013

News consumers expect professionalism and answers from media outlets. This is never truer than during times of crisis, when even those not accustomed to...

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Multiplayer fun in Rayman Legends

by Jordan Pollock // September 8, 2013

Rayman and his friends are back in this sequel to "Rayman Origins." Originally slated to be a Wii U exclusive, "Rayman Legends" was delayed for a few months...

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