Ghost Recon Wildlands is the first game of 2017 to leave me in utter disbelief.
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The newest episode of Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead: A New Frontier has launched, and it certainly makes some steps in the right direction, but not without a few new missteps along the way. Despite those missteps, what stands out is how it nails the pacing and finally causes the player to really start to care about its characters.
Up to this point, virtual reality has been a technology with few “must play” titles. But there are plenty of games out there to dig through. While Eagle Flight might not necessarily be one for every VR enthusiast, it’s certainly one that feels remarkably complete and not just a glorified tech demo. Meanwhile, Werewolves Within is a game that seems simple but is peppered with strategy and requires the ability to tell a good lie. Each round is short enough to provide bite-sized gameplay, but the premise of interrogating and weeding evil out of a town is addictive. Both games are fun, but for entirely different reasons. In this double-header Ubisoft VR review, I’ll critique Eagle Flight first.
Websum: The final episode of The Walking Dead: Michonne is both an entertaining and informative way to end the mini-series.
The Division is a flawed masterpiece: beautiful at times and frustrating at others.
Though the pros “Give No Shelter” provides over its predecessor outweigh the cons, hopefully the final episode can pull it all together and go out on a high note.
Far Cry Primal succeeds in the rarely-explored pre-historic era while being just absurd enough to remind players that it’s still Far Cry.
The first episode of The Walking Dead: Michonne, "In Too Deep," does its job but doesn’t go above or beyond to bring a memorable opener in the same way as seen in previous Telltale games.
Firewatch captivates the player and invests him or her in the story while providing a relaxing way to unwind and take in some beautiful, virtual scenery.
Rainbow Six Siege manages to make the gameplay feel strategic, well-balanced and immersive — a trio of qualities that other shooters rarely manage to pull off in an online setting.
The Motor Control Lab on campus is using virtual reality to learn more about chronic pain and physical therapy. With any luck, this could translate into new at-home therapy options in the near future.
The second episode of Minecraft: Story Mode doesn't live up to the precedent its forerunner set, as the script and storyline falter.
The Band's Visit, a 2007 Israeli film, will be screened at The Athena Cinema on Wednesday.
Video Game Review: First installment of 'Minecraft: Story Mode' brings fun for kids and their college-aged sibs
Minecraft: Story Mode mashes the classic Telltale Games formula with Minecraft, and it ends up crafting a kid-friendly experience that's still rewarding for adults.
The Campus Consciousness Tour will be on campus starting Wednesday afternoon.
OU Alum Sara Havens pens her second book, The Bar Belle: Volume 2, which chronicles the nightlife of Louisville, Kentucky.
After spending several months off the Chipotle menu, Carnitas is back at most locations, including the Athens Chipotle.
Ohio University students have multiple ways to save money when it comes to purchasing or renting video games of any caliber.