Tag: Nintendo

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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Versatile “Switch” breathes life into Nintendo

By: CHRISTINE GIVER Columnist It has been over a decade since a video game console was as highly anticipated as the Nintendo Switch. But as anticipation built, Nintendo had released only small portions of gameplay on the new console, featuring such games as “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild”, but much information was

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Wii U: The latest casualty in gaming

By: CHRISTINE GIVER Staff Writer We all know that technology fades quicker than the Cleveland Indians in the World Series. Sorry to any Tribe fans, but the joke was right there. Video game systems are one of the most prominent casualties out there and have been for some time. Before the day I turned 18,

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Fan-made game gives new life to Metroid

By: CHRISTINE GIVER Columnist While newer gamers may not be familiar with it, the game “Super Metroid” is widely considered to be one of the best video games of all time; and the Metroid series, one of the best series of all time. My significant other has a ten-inch tall representation of the hero of

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