With innovative level design and a healthy amount of new gameplay, Sonic Superstars is a solid addition to the legacy franchise. Borrowing the better elements from past titles, the new Sonic game feels refreshing and familiar all at the same time.
Maya asks Ball State the Byte-ing Question, what animal would you pardon?
Kennedy and Riley break down the Golden Joysticks awards.
Ending the rocky Cyberpunk legacy with a bang, CD Projekt Red delivers the final expansion to their would be RPG masterpiece with Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty. With loads of new content, bug fixes, and content overhauls, Cyberpunk can officially be considered a marvelous success.
With stylish game design and intense mechanics, Lies of P finds itself in a world of grim fairytales and despair. Following in the footsteps of FromSoftware's growing legacy, this Soulsborne-like masterpiece captures magic with no strings attached.
October Artist of the Month, Brittney Spencer, is crafting her own unique place in the predominantly white and historically conservative world of country music. Born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland, her early experiences in gospel music and church choirs laid the foundation for her soul-stirring, emotive performances. Who is Brittney Spencer? And how did she get on so many country music mega stars’ radar?
Donny asks Ball State the Byte-ing Question, what spooky monster would you be?
With a classic feel, Totally Killer plays the role of dumb, fun slasher to a T. While having more than a few unneeded jokes, it makes for a solid time-waster for the Halloween season.
What other doll brand in recent memory has taken over the world by storm as soon as it hit shelves? One that manages to captivate audiences from children to adults alike? There is still more to be written in Monster High’s story. As we approach spooky season, here’s a look into the history of the distinctive and unprecedented doll franchise: Monster High.
Mason and Barton break down the release of Sonic Superstars, Marvel's Spider-Man 2, and Super Mario Bros. Wonder.
Barton and Riley break down the launch of Assassin's Creed Mirage.
With a consistency that borders on the preternatural, Mitski releases yet another amazing album full of beautiful production and gorgeous sincerity. Following a shift to the electronic Laurel Hell, Mitski changes paths again delivering an indie, folk, and sometimes country record that dazzles.