In this week’s Gaming Week in Review Podcast, Christopher Berg and Mathew Brock discuss recent leaks concerning Microsoft’s plans for the new Xbox One model. They also share their thoughts on the possibility of PAC 12 including eSports in the future.
In this week’s Gaming Week In Review, Christopher Berg and Matthew Brock cover the untimely ends for Disney Infinity and Project Spark. Before long, they break down the new generation of YouTube celebrities, and the many complexities of Pokemon starters.
Typically, the Lillis Business Complex is a dull place to spend a Friday night, but on Jan. 15, it was brimming with digital energy. Programmers, designers and artists flocked to the complex for QuackHack, a 40-hour “hackathon” in which teams took a simple game idea and turned it into a …
Search your heart, you know it’s true – Home Alone 1 isn’t as good as 2.
For a blockbuster as massive as ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens,’ the Emerald enlisted three reviewers to compare opinions. One could not find tickets at any theater, so we are left with a double review from a ‘Star Wars’ fanatic and a casual fan. All reviews are spoiler-free.
This season gives us two unconventional yuletide flicks from Seth Rogen and Michael Dougherty. But will they hold up for annual viewing?
The second annual ceremony was a mixed bag of genuine love, hollow sales pitches, and all-too-real moments.
It’s the oldest story around, but Ryan Coogler’s ‘Creed’ finds a way to make it feel new and refreshing.
The first Eugene Comic Con in ten years was held this past weekend at the Lane Events Center to a resounding success. Thousands of comic fans flooded the conventional hall for genre celeb meet & greets, artist signings, panels, and more. But the ultimate highlight of the show was the …
An improvement over 2013’s underwhelming reboot, Rise is a stunning sequel worthy of its legacy.
Master Chief’s latest adventure brings new thrills, though it loses some magic in the process.
Activision just paid nearly six billion dollars for a social gaming startup with uncontrollable revenue. Haven’t we been here before?
Old-school horror is good and fine, but the current generation is not to be ignored.
Activision’s rock revival introduces many new features, but few of them are worth it.
Two decades of collective nostalgia have lied about this film.
Rock Band is as fun as ever, but hardcore fans may be in for a surprise.
This oft-mocked horror franchise is going to be missed when it’s gone.
Ridley Scott’s new film tackles an incredible premise within the restraints of our current scientific knowledge.
What is old is new again. And again. And again.