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Game review: “Brink”

Game review: “Brink”

In the console gaming industry these days, multiplayer content is the key to success. Games like “Halo” and “Gears of War” revolutionized online multiplayer and have become the gold standard when developers look to create their own unique online experience. Expected to be released May 10, 2011, “Brink,” a first-person shooter developed by Splash Damage […]

“Batman: Arkham Asylum” revisited: 9.8 out of 10

“Batman: Arkham Asylum” revisited: 9.8 out of 10

    “Batman: Arkham Asylum,” the epic, open-world, crime-fighting game has received multiple accolades and game-of-the-year awards across the gaming community. The sequel, “Batman: Arkham City,” will be released in November. The game is available for Xbox 360, Play Station 3, and Microsoft Windows computers. This video game allows players to assume the role of […]

Thorndike Gallery host Andrew W.K. Morgan

A new display opened this month at Southern Oregon University’s Thorndike Gallery. This month features the abstract work of Andrew W. K. Morgan. The gallery features 19 select abstract pieces, all in the oil-on-panel medium. The central theme, according to the artist’s statement, is that of memory; and the artist channels his own memories through […]

“Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood” is a solid game

“Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood” is a solid game

    Every action gamer out there loves feeling like an unstoppable killing machine, that’s why game series such as “Halo,” “Gears of War,” and “Assassin’s Creed” are top sellers world-wide. “Assassin’s Creed,” received its latest installment, entitled “Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood,” last November, and continues the series’ theme of historical intrigue and ancient conspiracies in […]

Thorndike Gallery hosts Daniel Kasser’s work

Daniel Kasser’s series of photographic art titled “Artifacts of Technology”  opened in the Thorndike Gallery on Jan. 4. Kasser, a professor of visual arts at the University of the Pacific, collected stunning composite photographs that highlight the relics of a bygone age, and the seemingly ancient and monolithically proportioned remnants of American industry. The photos […]