Four (cheap) indie games that can give you a break

Four (cheap) indie games that can give you a break

The age of cozy gaming is in this fall
Sarah Fisher, Editor-in-Chief October 6, 2023

My brother has long made fun of me for the types of games that I like to play — point- and click games or puzzle games without much in terms of combat or skillful maneuvering — saying that they “aren’t...

“Cyberpunk 2077” has returned with a massive overhaul

“Cyberpunk 2077” has returned with a massive overhaul

Update 2.0 makes significant changes to the game ... but why did it take so long?
Om Dighe, Arts & Entertainment Columnist September 28, 2023

“Cyberpunk 2077” is one of the best examples of a cautionary tale in the gaming world. After only four years of development (and eight years of hype), the game was released in December 2020 … and...

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Blaseball: The only valid fantasy sport?

Noelle Barrera September 30, 2020
The surprising genre of futuristic dystopian sports games
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The decline of couch-cooperative gaming

Benjamin Gonzalez February 6, 2020
The shift from local to online multiplayer in video games may produce more revenue for the industry, but excludes an entire market of potential players.
Point/Counterpoint: Games arent sports, theyre art

Point/Counterpoint: Games aren’t sports, they’re art

Noelle Barrera February 6, 2018

In another opinion piece in this week's Trinitonian, Tiffany Nguyen, William Ballengee and Rachel Lopez claim that online competitive “Esport” games such as Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, League...

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Point/Counterpoint: Esports are evolutionary sports

Tiffany Nguyen February 5, 2018

Within the last decade, esports have been gaining more mainstream attention as more people become interested in online competitive games, such as Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO), League of Legends...

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