Xenoblade Chronicles X (Wii U) review

February 2, 2016 Collin Urban 2

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

January 26, 2016 Guest 3

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!

January 19, 2016 Awais Qazi 0

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

December 10, 2015 Vector Staff 0

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

November 18, 2015 Guest 0

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 […]

FF7 Review

September 10, 2015 Vector Staff 0

By Collin Urban Final Fantasy 7, released in 1997 for the Playstation 1, and later for Windows computers and iOS devices, is a game that has come to define a generation. Since a remake was […]

Do you know about the NJIT App?

September 10, 2015 Awais Qazi 0

One app which every NJIT student should have is the unofficial mobile app is an immensely useful tool for both commuters and residents. This app is available for both iPhone and Android users, and was […]

Remaking Final Fantasy VII

September 10, 2015 Matthew Maravilla 0

By Matthew Maravilla E3 2015 has given us some pretty big bombshells. From Fallout 4 to Shenmue III, the conference definitely had a lot of glitz and glam. However, there was one little game that […]

Inclusivity and the Gamer

April 21, 2015 Matthew Maravilla 0

By Matthew Maravilla Gamers are more than just people who play games. About two weeks ago, the Indiana Governor passed a bill called the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. The bill states that any person cannot […]

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