4 Tips for Planning Your Perfect Greek Ball

If you’re lucky enough to be on the social committee of your fraternity or sorority (or even the head of the whole crew), you know that planning your annual Greek ball is challenging at best. You have a lot of […]


2014 Holiday Gifts for the College Student

Whether located across town or hundreds of miles away, it is not too soon to start thinking about special gifts for college students. From high-tech products to more traditional items enhanced with a little creativity, the possibilities are numerous. Personalize […]


PAX Prime 2014 Impressions: Evolve

Evolve is set to be an interesting and unique first person shooter action experience. The game is primarily a 4v1 multiplayer experience in which four players act as a team of monster hunters trying to take down a massive alien […]


PAX Prime 2014 Impressions: Borderlands The Pre-Sequel

The Borderlands franchise may be not be as old as some of the other ultra-successful FPSs, but few game developers have pushed the boundaries of gaming as far as Gearbox Software. With their announcement of Borderlands the Pre-Sequel, fans are […]


PAX Prime 2014 Impressions: Project Totem

Still in Alpha, Project Totem by Press Play was debuted at PAX to a resounding sigh of relief at its revitalizing style of game play. Far different from the more popular gritty shooters or action genres, this game is a […]


PAX Prime 2014 Impressions: Far Cry 4

Far Cry 4 continued to excite audiences at this year’s PAX Prime gaming exhibition. As the sequel to 2012’s critically acclaimed Far Cry 3, the open-world action-adventure first-person shooter has a lot to live up to. The series has always […]


The Top 10 Games of PAX Prime 2014

PAX Prime has once again changed the gaming industry with a sneak peak at some of the most highly-anticipated titles to-date. For those that are ready to dig into some of the most advanced games ever created, here is a […]


PAX Prime 2014 Impressions: Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris

In the third person style shared by such classics as the Diablo series from Blizzard, Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris is the next installment of 2010’s Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light. Unlike previous games, however, this […]


How to Balance Gaming with College

If you’re a gamer but you’re also attending college, managing your work/life balance can be tricky at best. Even though you’re an adult and on your own, that doesn’t mean you’ve mastered the art of time management (which is a […]


E3 2014: Top 10 Games on the Show Floor

E3 is the chance for every major video game developer to showcase their upcoming projects to the world. If a game excites and surprises attendees, then it’s well on its way to becoming a success once it’s released. While there […]