Stony Brook University celebrated it’s 25th Anniversary of Roth Pond Regatta. This year’s theme was Video Games. Take a look at our video and gallery below to see how students participated in the annual SBU tradition.
With the holiday season upon us, it is time to take a step back and look at the broad selection of games to gift, get and sink time into over the winter break. There have been hundreds of releases this year, not including the various bits of downloadable content (DLC) that have expanded popular titles.
With the holiday season rapidly approaching, it is important for video game consumers to know the key differences between this generation’s new consoles. On Nov. 15, Sony released the PlayStation 4 in America, and by Nov. 29, it will be available worldwide. On this coming Friday, Nov. 22, Microsoft will release the Xbox One globally.
The months of March and April will spring a number of revered franchises back onto gamers’ radars. “Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon,” “Bioshock Infinite” and “Injustice: Gods Among Us,” a new IP, are among the most notable.
As any video game purist who has played a Capcom’s Resident Evil series can profess, during the course of the game he or she has most definitely thought that the game would make one hell of a good horror film. The key aspect to such an idea is that it would make a good (even great) movie, if the project were to be put in the right hands.