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Hunter Gilbert '16

Hunter Gilbert '16
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Hunter attended GSES before attending Jesuit. He is an avid reader of IGN, Destructoid and Polygon. If it is a decent game he has probably played it several times. You may hear him on the Roundup Podcast or you might have seen him rant about games on twitter. All things aside Hunter KNOWS games. With a passion towards Journalism, Hunter intends to go to the world renown Journalism School at the University of Missouri (Mizzou). You can find all of the articles about games that Dr. Degen didn't want you to see at www.thehunterofgaming.com
Rain, high speed, stunning visuals and super fast cars. What more could a car enthusiast want? This year marks the 10th anniversary to the first Forza game. To mark this great milestone the developers over at Turn 10 Studios have created this phenomenal addition to the franchise: Forza Motorsport 6. In my opinion this is the first iteration in the franchise that truly feels...
When the embargo for reviews for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain were lowered I waited anxiously for the reviews to be posted. I was nervous that the game I had been looking forward to since 2008 and openly since 2012 was as good as I had hoped it could be. The first review for the game I...
Few franchises stay true to their roots, fewer are successful commercially by doing so. Mega Man for the most part has stayed true to its original ideals. Though the most recent games were lacking when it came to sales. The Mega Man Legacy Collection allows older fans of the franchise with the ability to play the first six games...
At the first day of RTX 2015, I had the opportunity to interview Ian from The Behemoth, asking him some intriguing questions about The Behemoth’s new game Pit People. Pit People, which was previously named Video Game 4 because it is the developers fourth game, was an absolute blast to play.   I sat down and played a 30-40 minute demo of the first segment of the game. I...
Bent metal, stunning visuals, and heart racing gameplay: Few words can describe the sheer amount of detail put into Project CARS, a racing simulator developed by Slightly Mad Studios. At first glance, the game would appear to have been made by a major publisher's developers such as EA or Ubisoft. However, the reality is that Project CARS was developed by a small team whose origins can be traced back...
The Roundup Podcast invites Dom Iannelli to speak for the first and last time on the Podcast. Enrique also says goodbye to everyone as he is the first founding member of the podcast to graduate and leave. At the same time however, Alex is made the official replacement for Enrique this episode. One last thing: we have changing pictures...
In an attempt to further the Podcasts variety and knockout some Star Wars news at the same time. The Jesuit Podcast recruits the help of 3 Jedi masters of Theology and a High Councilor in order to bring balance to the force. This unlikely crew attempts to answer questions regarding Star War's social impact and its impact on their...
Immediately, as I boot up the game, I am met with a dying soldier and a bloodied Chocobo (an animal used like a horse), an incredibly violent scene for a Final Fantasy game. From the very beginning sequence in-game, Final Fantasy Type 0 HD makes the player aware that the themes and topics in this installment will be far darker than before. Final Fantasy...

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