Jeremy Rogers


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Recent Articles

Heartland Shorts 2018 Highlights: 'The Driver is Red'

08/14/2018 1:32pm

 "The Driver is Red" tells the tale of one of history's most impressive  secret agents. It has the emotional stakes and the gravity of the best  of the best spy stories. Fantastic animation and vocal performances help  make this film one to remember. 


Heartland Shorts 2018 Highlights: This World of Ghosts

08/11/2018 2:43pm

 This 20-minute narrative film is filled with stunning writing, amazing  cinematography and editing, and great interplay between light and color.  It is a gripping thriller that is a must-see for anyone interested in  an exciting yet moving cinematic experience. 


E3 2018 recap and reflection: Playstation

06/12/2018 3:09pm

Sony had set the tone for their conference early in the week by announcing they would be revealing five new games coming to PlayStation in the five days leading up to E3. With some smaller announcements out of the way, Sony left time in their conference for some big reveals, so let’s take a look at what they showed off. 


E3 2018 recap and reflection: Ubisoft

06/11/2018 6:36pm

Ubisoft had a very positive 2017. Sure, For Honor had one of the roughest launches for an online game in recent memory, but the year quickly turned around for Ubisoft. Assassin’s Creed: Origins boasts some of the best reviews since Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, setting the series on a more positive course. Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle was hailed as an unexpected success on the Switch. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon opened to tepid review scores, but updates and patches have transformed the game. Ubisoft has also had success this past year with the release of South Park: The Fractured But Whole and Far Cry 5.  Can Ubisoft’s presentation get even better than last year’s? How will they capitalize off a year of success and keep fans excited for the future?


E3 2018 recap and reflection: Electronic Arts

06/10/2018 7:33pm

The latter half of 2017 and the fist few months of 2018 were very eventful for Electronic Arts. Visceral Games was shuttered, and EA acquired Respawn Entertainment. The company almost singlehandedly launched a wave of government regulation because of the loot boxes in Star Wars Battlefront II. A Way Out was released and was very positively received by critics and players alike. More recently, the trailer for Battlefield V stirred controversy by showing a woman fighting in WWII (the gall of them).