Campus Things: Global Game Jam 2016

By Matthew Maravilla Like every good year that comes and goes, so too did the annual Global Game Jam where NJIT happened to be one of the world’s largest sites for the game jam. With…

Game of the Year 2015: The Witcher 3

  By Andrew Mendez The Witcher 3 is a game which manages to go above and beyond in three main categories that many video games are usually judged for: storytelling, gameplay, and exploration. While a…

Xenoblade Chronicles X (Wii U) review

By Collin Urban, Business Manager Assistant Xenoblade Chronicles X is an open world action role playing game from Monolith Soft, best known for Xenoblade Chronicles. While Xenoblade Chronicles X may seem like a sequel to…

Top 5 Most Disappointing Games of 2015

By Andrew Mendez Disclaimer: a disappointing game is not a necessarily a bad game—rather, it means the game had a lot of potential and failed to live up to the expectations of its audience. #5…

App of the Week: Heads Up!

By Awais Qazi Heads Up! It’s a new semester, and that means new classes, new professors, and new classmates. This might sound a bit stressful, but luckily, Ellen DeGeneres has created the perfect solution to…

App of the Week: Neko Atsume

By Awais Qazi Finals season is hitting us all really hard right now, but fret not—we have found a game that is perfect to play alongside studying for finals. A great way to be productive…

Call of Duty: Black Ops III Review

Andrew Mendez As another year ends, another Call of Duty game arrives. Black Ops III is the third game in the Black Ops series, the third next-gen Call of Duty title, and the first next-gen Call…