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GAME THEORY: Gamer’s diet not as poor as advertised

GAME THEORY: Gamer’s diet not as poor as advertised

State Hornet Staff

April 25, 2012

Video gamers have never been known for having good diets. The last thing on a gamer’s mind is what to eat when in a long session of game time. It’s no surprise gamers have the stigma of eating nothing but junk food and sugar-filled drinks. However, this is only true to a certain extent. Gamers d...

GAME THEORY: EA should have a heart for gamers on a budget

Nathan Mendelowitz

April 14, 2012

Paying for online play has become a norm for gamers. With millions of subscribers to Xbox Live and PlayStation Network; it’s clear gamers are willing to pay for the services. However, video game company Electronic Arts has implemented a new online pass to play its games online, effectively alienat...

GAME THEORY: Street Fighter X Tekken

Nathan Mendelowitz

March 20, 2012

The allure of "Street Fighter X Tekken" is that it pits fighters from the “Street Fighter” franchise against fighters from the “Tekken” franchise, both of which have been on opposite ends of the fighting game spectrum. But is mixing two games with different fighting engines a great idea? Ye...

Wii U a promising prospect for online gamers

Nathan Mendelowitz

March 8, 2012

The upcoming console from Nintendo has garnered a good deal of attention. With speculation of powerful graphics and an innovative controller, the Wii U has already achieved cult status. With what I’ve seen and heard, I have my own questions and hopes for the console. Nintendo is finally making the jump ...

Comcast should revive original G4 broadcasting

Nathan Mendelowitz

March 2, 2012

G4 began as a channel dedicated to all things video game related. Unfortunately, since being consolidated in 2006, G4 has abandoned video game coverage for a mixed bag of shows.  Launching in 2002, G4 started with a plethora of shows about all kinds of video games. Shows included "Cheat," which focus...