Tag: gaming

Inclusive games improve everyone’s experiences

By: Peter Miles Hamilton  Columnist March was Women’s History Month. March 31 was Transgender Day of Visibility, and April has brought in Autism Acceptance Month. As I consider this time of recognition, I cannot help but notice how poorly represented these groups are in the medium I love. Although the representation of women in gaming

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Game on, Titans!

By: TANNIA JOHNSON Staff writer IU South Bend’s University Information Technology Services (UITS) hosted their annual Game On event on Wednesday, September 11 at Firesides A and B. The event took place from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. The event included video game battles, virtual reality experiences provided by the UITS of IU Bloomington, free

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Headline Lightening Round: Games in March

By: BRENDAN MCDANIEL Staff Columnist @brendan_preface In the nearly full month since our last publication, the gaming world has positively exploded with newsworthy happenings. Although I could just as easily write full articles on any one of these topics, I decided to try and grab them all in a new segment I’ll call the “Headline

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Activision Blizzard fires 80​0 because business was good

By: BRENDAN MCDANIEL Staff Columnist I love video games. However, I do not love the video game industry. Once you get past the phenomenal triumphs of art and leisure that the world’s largest media industry can produce, you’ll find an industry filled with greed-fueled decisions, corporate cruelty and what can be only described as an

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League of Legends Club gets home base on campus, looks toward competition

By: GEOFF LESAR Staff Writer Legends are not made overnight. As IU South Bend senior Chance Starcher can attest, neither are campus clubs. Founder and president of the League of Legends at IUSB, Starcher presides over weekly gatherings of gamers bent on leveling-up and getting down on the online, multi-player action of one of the

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