by Maximillian C '13

Video Game Review: Viva Pinata

Viva Piñata is a
very special, unique type
of game, and it’s a SIM
(Simulation game) game by
the way. Why is it so special
and unique? Because it has
such originality in its game
play, evolving average SIM
games such as Harvest

by Maximillian C '13

Video Game Review: Time Shift

TimeShift, it’s like playing with your DVD Player, only you can shoot people. In TimeShift, you play as a scientist who must stop the world from coming into control of a mad scien­tist, and plunging it into darkness, but you have the advantage, why? Maybe because you can control and alter time and space!

I know what you are all thinking, NOT ANOTHER TIME CHANGING GAME!!! There has been F.E.A.R, Price of Persia, Viewtiful Joe, and of course, the one that started it all: Blinx: The Time Sweeper (remember that old game). But although the features might not be original, the game play rocks harder than most time changing games. The Time-Changing idea may be pretty old, but this game brings it to a whole new level. Yeah, in F.E.A.R can slow down time, but in

by Maximillian C '13

Video Game Review: Bioshock

Story: Bioshock is the incredible new game where you play as Jack, the sole survivor of a plane crash that has left him in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. You then discover a lighthouse, which is the entrance to an underwater city called Rapture. Rapture is a failed civilization that was created to be a home for people who the founder, business tyrant Andrew Ryan, thought showed the best in Humanity, and their work could not be affected by the government. Unfortunately, all of the citizens became “Splicers” vicious, pheromone controlled maniacs that attack almost anything, due to the