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The Appeal of Fighting Games

Fighting games are, at least on the surface, like any other videogame out there. However, underneath their simple exteriors, there are hidden complexities which require time, effort and perseverance to truly master. Not only that, but the required precision, timing, and reaction-speeds have created a warm community of talented enthusiasts. Noah Gassas explains why in actuality, fighting games are unlike anything else on the market.

Can we talk about the Dior Jordan 1?

  Dior and Jordan Brand’s collaborative “Air Dior” collection is set to release soon after being announced December last year and delayed earlier this year. The highlight of the collection is of course the Air Jordan 1 high. I’ve got to say, the Dior Jordan 1 is not a bad shoe. The quality is great, and the design is adequate, if a bit boring. I do like the

What Persona 5 Does Right

Persona 5 released in 2017 to worldwide acclaim. It propelled the Persona franchise to the global spotlight like never before and has since sold 3.2 million copies, and that number isn’t even taking into account the sales of the remastered version, Persona 5 Royal, released in March of this year. After playing the game twice myself,

An Article About Not Writing Articles

The amount of free time I’ve had over the past three weeks is abnormally huge because of the coinciding of the quarantine and my Easter term break. Going into the holiday, I had tons of things I thought I could do now that I had

Parasite: A New Classic

  A quick note before you start reading: I’ve kept this article free of any major spoilers, but I’d still definitely recommend going into the film completely blind before coming back to read this page. It won’t go anywhere, and I can assure you that

Serial Experiments Lain: a Cult-Classic Sci-fi Masterpiece

  After the introspective and frankly weird Neon Genesis Evangelion exploded into mainstream popularity in the mid-90s, a world of opportunity opened. While more niche and interesting anime—everything aside from long-running, broadly appealing, and generally family-friendly shows—had previously been relegated to exclusively physical releases in the form

Jesus is King and Kanye West’s Rebirth

As I’m sure many of you already know, Kanye West just dropped his ninth studio album late last month, titled Jesus is King. The short 27-minute album marks a new era for Kanye, one that’s been a long time coming: his rebirth as a devout, born-again