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The New Switch: To Wait or Not to Wait?

Christie Yeung, Gaming & Tech Editor September 3, 2020

Ever since this pandemic started and people had more time to play video games, the Nintendo Switch has been in high demand. Many people scrambled to buy one. Some got lucky, many did not. The release of...

Taken from a public video posted by Vimeo Aug. 31.

Gamescom – Your One for All and All for One Gaming Fix

Christie Yeung and Cesar Gonzalez September 3, 2020

For the first time ever, Gamescom was hosted solely online due to COVID-19. The event was four days long starting on Aug. 27 until Aug. 30 and allowed creators to showcase their hard work and bring forth...

Good Game Episode 2: Force of Habit

When you spend a good chunk of your life frolicking in virtual playgrounds, you tend to develop some habits whether you want to or not. That’s what this episode is all about—behaviors that, for better...

Photo courtesy of IGDB/Animal Crossing New Horizons Press Kit.

Game in Review: Animal Crossing Edition

Lux Montes April 10, 2020

It’s almost eerie how well “Animal Crossing New Horizons” fits into the quarantine lifestyle, for both those sheltering in place and the essential workers on the frontlines. A roleplaying game with...

Have A Game Night, Quarantine Style

Natalie Lu March 24, 2020

Although we’re all stuck at home at the moment (as we should be because of the coronavirus), it doesn’t mean we have to spend our days actually alone. Avid gamers are already well aware of this, but...

Good Game | Episode 1

In the first episode of Good Game, journalism students Chris, Flora, Angel and Jaylen have a chat about which video games influenced and left an lasting impact on them. (There’s a mention of booty shorts...

Give Video Game Music Some More Love

Skye Salamat and Chris Jones January 31, 2020

Back in early October, I made the case to music editor Skye that VGM deserves more attention and respect. I put together a short list of songs in the hope that she would be receptive, and much to my delight,...

A Mt. SAC student tests a virtual reality game at the Video game Fest at Mt. SAC building 13. Photo credit: Abraham Navarro/SAC.Media.

Gamefest 2019: Student Creativity in Full Force

Chris Jones December 13, 2019

The last time I was in the lobby of building 13, it was quiet with students silently tending to their studies. This time, it was abuzz with students from the Commercial Entertainment Arts department sharing...

Digging for Treasure, Part 5

Chris Jones December 6, 2019

To say that there are a lot of games out there would be the understatement of the century. So many games come out each year that it’s impossible to keep up with them all; meaning that many of them fly...

Digging for Treasure, Part 4

Chris Jones December 5, 2019

To say that there are a lot of games out there would be the understatement of the century. So many games come out each year that it’s impossible to keep up with them all, meaning that many of them fly...

Graphic: Alinna Boonklun/ SAC.Media

Getting Lost and Loving It, Part Two

Chris Jones November 14, 2019

In part one, I discussed how there’s a difference between games that look great and games that have interesting worlds. To illustrate my point, I focused on two of the more impressive maps from “Monster...

Digging For Treasure, Part Two

Chris Jones November 12, 2019

To say that there are a lot of games out there would be the understatement of the century. So many games come out each year that it’s impossible to keep up with them all, meaning that many of them fly...

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