Impressive hardware specs, backward compatibility and a sleek design were among the features discussed by gamers on campus.
About three weeks after its release, Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout became the most downloaded PlayStation Plus game of all time.
The UTA Central Library hosted The Basement Launch and Level UP event on Saturday morning, introducing a video gaming, tabletop gaming and virtual reality space for students.
The Central Library hosted its Third Thursday Game Night, which had been revived from previous semesters. Students could choose to play each other in video games spanning across multiple consoles or challenge an opponent to a game of Jenga, Connect Four or other board games.
During the summer, local high school students came to UTA for a two-week workshop called SEED9, where the students collaborated with faculty and college students to bring a mobile video game to life. They called the end product Lazers In Space, a space shooter inspired and designed as an homage of the arcade video game Space Invaders.
Students were swerving, jerking and nearly running over people’s toes Monday when given the chance to see what it was like to drive under the influence.
On any given day people would assume it was a class going on in Engineering Research Building Room 103, but the noises from Call of Duty: Black Ops II made the point Monday that engineers are not all about books, circuits and codes. The Association for Computing Machinery organized a gatheri…
Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach and Yoshi lap around the tracks competing for first place in the Mushroom Cup. While playing Mario Kart Wii, students enjoyed food, drinks and video games supporting Kappa Alpha Order on Thursday on the University Center mall. Kappa Alpha is recruiting for their …
A child rushes into his room with a small box and clunky gray Game Boy in hand and hurriedly kicks off his shoes, sitting cross-legged on the floor. He places the Game Boy to the side and eagerly fumbles with the box, fingers tracing the edges, searching for a small piece of tape that keeps …
Zachary Palmer, eSports club member, said that with recent developments in the video game industry, there is a chance that one of his biggest passions could take a turn for the worse.
Brandon Berry, secretary treasurer for the Student Veteran Organization, said that he hopes the group's last event of the semester will help bring more awareness about the organization and what they do for veteran students.
During the summer, business freshman Devan Subramaniam lived at his professional gaming team house in San Diego, where he practiced playing StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty eight hours a day.