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Scalping and the new RTX Cards

For me, "scalping" is a term that draws a picture of fantasy violence of those who would raid other countries and towns for conquest that one would read about in a medieval fantasy novel. This idea of taking the hard-earned resources of others without proper cause is inherently unfair and…
Matthew Hurt
October 9, 2020
Author's OpinionsNotes from Leadership

Brighter than the Sun

Content Warning:   Sexual abuse, depression, anxiety   Please read at your own discretion whether it be about a class project, being within an unfamiliar environment, or even simply going to the grocery store. How do we overcome our anxieties and shine during personal battles? This article is the final…
Bailey Brown
November 14, 2019
Author's OpinionsNotes from Leadership

Growing Up Gaming

Some think that since it’s a stationary activity, it may cause weight gain. Some even believe in the false connections of gaming to violence. But what about the positive experiences, and what is it like to grow up gaming? This article is a part of the Notes from Leadership series,…
Bailey Brown
October 31, 2019
Author's OpinionsNotes from Leadership

What Makes Games Great?

graphics and physics engines have grown incredibly powerful, and some new games are outright breathtaking. But what makes games truly great? This article is a part of the Notes from Leadership series, a collection of articles from leaders of the OU Esports Club releasing throughout the fall 2019 semester.New fantasy…
Bailey Brown
October 3, 2019
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Women in Esports

I have been working on this article for months. I started writing in January and planned to have it up the day after I started writing it. Events kept happening focused around the topic of Women in Esports/Gaming, so I kept pushing it off, wanting to add more and more…
Bailey Brown
April 23, 2019
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Digital vs. Physical. What’s The Fuss?

For the last few years, the argument over whether physical or digital versions of games are better, have been circling the gaming industry. Creators, developers, collectors, and casual players debate over the pros and cons that go with both physical and digital copies.This conversation really took off in August of…
Bailey Brown
March 26, 2019
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Cutting the Cord

As more and more PC peripherals are introduced into the market the choice of what mouse, keyboard or headset to get gets more difficult. Adding onto that is the recent addition of wireless product onto the market. Peripherals like the Logitech G Pro Wireless, Corsair K63 Wireless, and the Arctis…
Salvador Soldi
March 15, 2019
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A Hope for More Story Driven Games

Recently, after many years of hard work by dedicated modders, Skyrim Together was released in the form of a closed beta. Fans of Skyrim rejoiced at the opportunity to finally to slay dragons and mess around with a couple of their friends in the familiar world. Despite having Skyrim re-released…
Courtney Johnson
March 8, 2019
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6 Things We Want From Gen 8.

If you haven't been on social media in the past 24 hours, you may not know that Nintendo and the Pokemon Company announced the newest generation of Pokemon in a direct yesterday morning. Pokemon Sword and Shield. The game is scheduled to release in 'late 2019' exclusively on the Nintendo…
Bailey Brown
February 28, 2019