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Ventura students pull off deep themes in “Rimers”

Ventura students pull off deep themes in “Rimers”

Anaika Miller

November 21, 2009


Filed under Events

Bright headlights. Screeching breaks. A mournful-looking group of people. This is how Ventura High School’s production of The Rimers of Eldritch introduces itself to audience members. Written in 1966 by Lanford Wilson and directed by Stefoni Burgi, Ventura High School’s drama teacher, the pl...

Brutal Legend a humorous heavy metal romp

Brutal Legend a humorous heavy metal romp

Joey Newman and Warren Halderman

November 10, 2009


Filed under Gaming

So here goes our first in-depth review, and the game we’ve chosen as our guinea pig? Tim Schafer’s Brütal Legend. This is the game every “metalhead” has dreamt of playing. It is an action-adventure open world game with hints of real-time strategy (RTS). The game, rated M for "mature," starts off...

It’s that time of year again…

It’s that time of year again…

Joey Newman and Warren Halderman

October 7, 2009


Filed under Gaming

  The fall is a time of many changes. Summer is ending, the weather is cooling down, the leaves start to fall off of the trees, and the gaming industry releases its biggest hits, anticipating large profits during the holiday season. Each year, many games are released to sales ranging from fantasti...

Is Project Natal Microsoft’s secret weapon?

Joey Newman and Warren Halderman

September 26, 2009


Filed under Gaming

  There has been quite an influx in the motion control video game market lately. The Nintendo Wii, which launched in November 2006, popularized motion control in the mainstream video game media. Now, Microsoft is getting into the business with Project Natalan add-on that will be compatible with any existing Xbox ...

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