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How It's Played S3E2 - Microsoft Strides Towards Accessibility

On this week’s episode of How It’s Played, we discuss an unusual Super Bowl advertisement. That’s right, Microsoft released an ad about their newest controller, the Adaptive Controller. How does this controller meet the needs of gamers with disabilities? Will their competitors respond with any similar products? All of this and more on this week’s episode of How It’s Played.


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Animation A-Team S5E3: Animation Adaptation Atrocities

Welcome back to the last episode of Animation A-Team for this semester! On this week's episode, we discuss the many live-action adaptations of anime that have had many difficulties. Why do these films keep missing the mark, and how should they improve for the future? Join us on this week's episode of Animation A-Team to hear our thoughts on the matter.


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Animation A-Team S5E1: The Glories of Voltron

  In the latest episode, we break down everything about Voltron: Legendary Defender. From the show’s origins to the development of the characters in its latest season, the show has a lot of promise around it. This even includes support from Netflix. However, how does the show compare to its previous seasons? Let’s discuss the impact of this show and some more on this entry of Animation A-Team.


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A brief history of the production of 'Bohemian Rhapsody'

Few individuals have become so synonymous with the title "rock star" as Queen's Freddie Mercury. The group's late lead singer was famed for his intense charisma, his musicality, and his bitter fight with AIDS that ultimately claimed his life in 1991. Without a doubt, his most enduring song was Queen's hit, "Bohemian Rhapsody" which displayed a fair amount of emotional, tonal, and musical range for the group, cementing their place in the stratosphere of modern music history. 

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