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Interrobang articles on the topic of Video games


Can video games help relationships grow?
Video games can impact your relationships, whether it's your family, friends, significant others or even strangers. Read more

Summer 2019: Upcoming movies and video games
A look at major motion pictures and video games that will be released during the June through August 2019 period. Read more

Predicting the future at E3 2019
It's that time of the year again when one of America's largest video game conferences, the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), will be on June 11 to June 13 this year in Los Angeles. Read more

FUEL finale shows increasing interest in eSports
The Fanshawe Ultimate eSports League (FUEL) capped off the year with its second annual finale. Read more

Video game review: <em>The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince</em>
A dark compelling fairy tale, The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince captures the attention through its wonderful puzzle mechanics, artwork and especially its storytelling. Read more

Video games may be ruining your relationship
Being in the room when your boyfriend or girlfriend has been playing a video game all day is a state you never want to see them in. Read more

The evolution of video games
Video games have a rich history that has evolved over 60 years to become what it is today. Let us take a look at the evolution of such a diverse landscape. Read more

Where to get comics and other geeky items
London offers so many different types of stores for every type geek. From the comic book geeks to music geeks, London has so much to offer. Here is a short list of stores that you might want to check out to fulfill your inner geek. Read more

GRIS, a breathtaking world of watercolour mastery
GRIS a small indie game by Spanish game company, Nomada Studio, and published by Devolver Digital for the Nintendo Switch and Steam. Read more

New virtual reality lounge to host grand opening
A new downtown lounge is expanding the virtual reality (VR) landscape of London, Ont. Read more

Join the fight in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
On Dec. 7, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate for the Nintendo Switch hit the shelves in stores and it's become a phenomenon among fans. Read more

eSports could be Fanshawe's next varsity sport
Opportunities in competitive video game playing are spreading to the collegiate level in Canada, and the Fanshawe Ultimate eSports League (FUEL) wants in. Read more

Overwatch makes its mark
The Overwatch PC club competed, for the first time, in matches against other schools in the United States last weekend. Read more

Keeping permadeath at bay in Dead Cells
Dead Cells is the game where permadeath will become the norm to keep you interested in playing more and more. Read more

FUEL returns to light the competitive spark in gamers
This coming fall, the Fanshawe Ultimate eSports League (FUEL) will be returning to Forwell Hall to light the spark of competition in gamers. Read more

Games that are making gamers excited for E3 2018
The hype for gamers is starting to ramp up around the video game community as the days leading up to the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) Read more

Gaining Momentum: Ontario Post-Secondary Institution Offers Scholarships to Competitive Gamers
St. Clair College has become the first post-secondary institution in Canada to officially sanction a varsity eSports program. Over the past few years, the collegiate eSports scene has grown rapidly across the United States. Read more

Pokemon: Trainers guide to the game
Pokemon was popularized in the '90s by the Gameboy games and then by the cards, a manga, an anime, and movies. But how many people that collected the cards actually played the game? Read more

Celeste: the newest gem to 2D platform games
Celeste is a 2D platform game that provides a variety of challenging levels for players to tackle while also delivering a depiction of what it is like to learn to cope with anxiety. Read more

Question the truths and lies in Persona 5
I have been a fan of Atlus' Persona game series for many years. Each installment has gotten better and better, and what once was a game with a small cult following has expanded into a fanbase that stretches to the corners of the globe. Read more

Five Steam games for a college student's budget
Nowadays, video games are costing a steep price. Add on having to buy consoles, like the Switch and you have a monumental amount of money that no student in the midst of debt can afford Read more

Nintendo Labo: An innovative DIY carboard marvel
Nintendo recently announced their newest equipment to enhancing play with Nintendo's newest Switch console. Meet Nintendo Labo, every cardboard building project from your childhood brought to a new technological extreme. Read more

Join Mario and Cappy on their globetrotting adventure in Super Mario Odyssey
Super Mario Odyssey is an invigorating installment into the Mario franchise that pays homage to its predecessors, while also offering something new. Read more

Games to make you happy this holiday
Take an adventure into fantastical worlds during the holiday with new video games out this winter season. Read more

Why fans should invest in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon
Massive Pokemon fan? Have all the games out so far? If you do then you might want to get your gamer claws into the new Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon which came out this past November. Read more

Fanshawe to launch its first eSports league
The Fanshawe Ultimate eSports League (FUEL) will make its debut this September, offering gaming enthusiasts in the Fanshawe community an opportunity to connect with fellow gamers of different skill levels. Read more

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Reyno Rants - Modern gaming: Dropping standards and rising costs
Video games can be an exceptionally frustrating pastime. But something happened to video games along the way. They started getting easier, tutorials became more mundane and often players felt like there was quite a bit of hand holding going on. Read more

No Man's Sky: No Man's Play
Hello Games' No Man's Sky had one of the greatest concepts of all time, a space exploration game that would take five billion years to visit each planet for one second. Read more

Blastoise captured at Fanshawe
Interrobang Pokemon Go beat reporter Nick Reyno gets to the bottom of a Blastoise sighting near the Student Centre at Fanshawe. Read more

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