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Video games NHL 22 and Madden 22 are worth the buy

Video games NHL 22 and Madden 22 are worth the buy

(Photo courtest of Sporting News) The cover photo for NHL 22 Tanner Hume Connector Editor Sports games are a popular commodity among sports fans as players can compete against each other online. It is also a great way to play as a custom character and lead them to as much success as one’s little heart

“Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel”: A faithful remaster of a classic card game

(Photo Courtesy of Konami) “Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel” was released on Jan. 19, 2022, and is the latest installment in the franchise’s resurgence.” Noah Madsen Connector Contributor Ever since the conclusion of the original “Yu-Gi-Oh!” anime series in 2006 (2004 in Japan), the relevancy of both the anime and the card game has slowly faded away.

Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl Don’t Live Up to Their Adjectives

(Photo Courtesy of Nintendo) “Brilliant Diamond” and “Shining Pearl” are available to play on Nintendo Switch.” Troy Lafond Connector Editor “Pokémon” is one of the best-selling video game franchises of all time, with installments dating back to 1996. Games take place in different regions of the world of “Pokémon”, with each game region encompassing what is

“Wordle”: Explaining the craftsmanship behind the craze

(Photo Courtesy of The New York Times Company) “Wordle” was developed by Josh Wardle and is available to anyone with internet.” Avery J. Fiero Connector Contributor By requiring active engagement for victory, the game feels challenging without being frustrating. Meanwhile, for an extra challenge, players can aim to guess the word in as few tries

UMass Lowell athletics unveils new student entrance at Tsongas and launches student check-in app

Brigid Archibald Connector Editor  Returning Students who are not apart of residence life and had not been to a game since the school year started were met with a surprise when they arrived at the Tsongas Center for the first hockey game of the school year on Friday, Oct. 4. A new student entrance and

Indie game spotlight: Welcome to Va-11 Hall-A

“Va-11 Hall-A” is the first game developed by Sukeban Games. (Courtesy of Sukeban Games) Vernon Gibbs Connector Staff “Va-11 Hall-A” captures audience’s hearts and refuses to let go. Released on Steam back in June 2016, “Va-11 Hall-A” is a visual novel/simulator where the player gets to play as a bartender. The story is set in