Monthly Archives: May 2011

Setting the world on fire with the new Twisted Metal

  The pioneers of car combat are back with Twisted Metal for the PlayStation 3. Straying away from the dark atmosphere of Twisted Metal: Black on the PlayStation 2, the series’ first foray on the PS3 hearkens back to their … Continue reading

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Tactics on the Move: SOCOM 4 Impressions

SOCOM has always been for the hardcore tactical shooter fanatic ever since its debut on the PlayStation 2, but with the implementation of Sony’s motion controller, the Move, SOCOM 4 may have the potential to open the series to a … Continue reading

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Feeling the sting of karma with The Sims 3

The decade-long running franchise of The Sims has survived the tests of time through its consistent release of expansion packs, a sequel and even more subsequent expansion packs, keeping the life simulator relevant through the years. With The Sims 3 … Continue reading

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Spending some time in a fragile alliance

From the harsh criticisms of Kane & Lynch: Dead Men, the sequel Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days is out to redeem itself with a daring visual style and an even more risky story set in the dark streets of … Continue reading

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Hard work celebrated at Moorpark College’s “PremierFest”

From big ideas to the big screen, Moorpark College film students showcased their hard work throughout the semester at PremierFest 2010 at the High Street Arts Center on May 12. PremierFest co-producer Adam Mulligan felt the festival’s warm atmosphere led … Continue reading

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Ripe for summer at the California Strawberry Festival

Kicking off summer with the sweet taste of strawberries, the 27th annual California Strawberry Festival attracted visitors from all over Southern California to College Park in Oxnard on May 15 and 16. With activities like live concerts and cook-offs accompanied … Continue reading

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Learning from both sides of the pen

Convergence has helped progress our society through many aspects like communication, entertainment and creative expression. With the ease and power of the Internet, society can stay connected at all times. Through these connections and quick communication, getting published is as … Continue reading

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