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“Geek On!” and prosper: Students showcase fandom and creativity at the...

The HUB saw a massive takeover of over 1,000 anime fans, cosplayers and gamers alike this past Sunday, for the second annual “Geek On!”...

Politics in gaming, or the “Far Cry 5” fiasco: You can...

There comes a point across the 40 or some hours of “Far Cry 5’”s expansive open world where you realize that the bold leaps...

If true, the “Call of Duty” rumors say alot about the...

There’s a running joke among fans of the “Call of Duty” franchise that players worth their salt don’t bother with the campaign or, at...

Campus Cope: How to deal with toxicity online and in gaming

Trolling is unavoidable. One day, you ask the internet, “My car is messed up. What do I do?” Someone responds, “Yah! Just deflate your...

On the Radar: Summer 2017

Summer’s here, and with it comes a whole lotta good stuff. From video games to music to film, The Highlander looks at what’s on...

Ladies vs. Gentlemen: Being a nerd

We all know that guys and girls, men and women, have distinct physical traits such as gender-specific variations of the hips and shoulders, and...

“Persona 5” brings JRPGs back into the limelight

Released nine years after “Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4” (2008), “Persona 5” makes its debut on eighth generation consoles. Being a Japanese role-playing game...

Survival Horror: Reborn

It’s 1996. “Resident Evil” is out. It creates this genre called survival horror. Basically, you’re scared and nobody can help you. People love it,...

Highlander Con becomes a surreal virtual reality

On Saturday, Oct. 8, within the entire vicinity of the third floor of the Highlander Union Building (HUB), people from across Southern California gathered...

Video game analysis should be offered in college

“Video games can never be art.” This was a quote by the late, great Roger Ebert on the validity of video games being considered exactly...