Tuesday, August 11, 2020

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Wargroove, a spiritual successor to the Advance Wars series, grabs your attention with an upbeat, lighthearted story and an easy-to-learn-but-hard-to-master gameplay. Ultimately, however, the game does not do enough to separate itself from the Advance Wars formula to be worth buying. Wargroove was released on February 1, 2019 by Chucklefish, an independent games developer and publisher based in London. The...
Lots of adjectives describe Journey, the 2012 walking simulator game from Los Angeles’ thatgamecompany. Journey is brilliant, captivating, beautiful, breathtaking even. But more than anything else, Journey is unexpected. Unexpected in that its soundtrack was nominated for a Grammy, the first video game nominated in the storied history of the prestigious Recording Academy, and unexpected that Journey would spark...
I think this game has become too much of a trend and meme to ignore. While Fortnite: Battle Royale has only been out for a few months, it has taken Jesuit Dallas by storm. Everywhere I go, I hear people talking about Fortnite, watching Fortnite videos, criticizing Fortnite, and even playing Fortnite through school and during free periods. It’s...
I personally don’t have a lot of experience with the Call of Duty franchise. I rarely bought First Person Shooters when I was younger, but the ones I had were really fun. I have also been hearing a split between a lot of my friends on their opinion on the newest installment, Call of Duty: WWII. After a while,...
In early 2017, the Nintendo Switch Presentation gave Nintendo fans a look into new and exciting installments of beloved franchises. One of the many games showed off was Super Mario Odyssey. After watching the first reveal trailer, I knew this game would be a success and a blast to play. I am delighted to say that I was 100%...
Supercell, the hit app developer that created Clash of Clans, has released a new and addicting game that has captivated Jesuit once again. Amazingly, Jesuit was already enthralled by the game even before it was released in the USA! Players began playing this marvelous game when sophomore, Zack Butz, discovered the game on YouTube and brought it to Jesuit. He shared...

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