'Battlefield Hardline' Grade: C+ Best known for their work on the Dead Space trilogy, Visceral Games has made a competent attempt at a Battlefield game with some new ideas that distinguish it from Battlefield 4. In spite of the cops and criminals style gameplay and themes, the advertising slogan “fastest Battlefield ever” cannot really distinguish this game in a market full of twitch shooters. That being said, the game itself does look fairly decent.
"The Order: 1886" sports beautiful graphics but dull actions.
“Dragon Age: Inquisition” is a glorious return to form from BioWare and ensures that this franchise is here to stay.
“Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare” confidently walks the delicate line of bringing something fresh to a worn out franchise while remaining true to its roots as a “Call of Duty” game.
Tomorrow marks the continuation of the greatest experiment of self-governance in human history.
Environmental concerns are crucial here at IU, but it appears that some people’s efforts are rewarded far more than others.
The final investigation into the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s scandal has concluded that several courses that its athletes were enrolled in were, in fact, entirely fictitious.
Considering the massive amount of articles running in these pages about Gamergate or Anita Sarkeesian, one would think that a massive disaster has befallen the ranks of equality and human rights.
The Latte Salute, which became the subject of so much ridicule and scorn from members of the military community last month, is endemic of an unprecedented number of public relations nightmares from the Administration.Apocryphally, the tradition of saluting came from the Romans.
In what is becoming a common trend against undemocratic regimes in our changed world, protests have engulfed key parts of Hong Kong, calling for true democratic elections in the former British Colony.
A fight brews between oppressive management and underpaid workers.
In the aftershock of both the startling revelations of Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson, National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell is facing one of the greatest challenges to the League’s image in his six-year tenure.The TMZ bombshell that Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice did indeed punch his then-fiancée now wife Janay Palmer into unconsciousness lead to his indefinite suspension from the NFL at large.
(Not fact checked yet -LB)We know that in this great nation that not taking an action still says a lot about someone.