Noah Dulis

‘Call of Duty: Black Ops III’ Beta Impressions: Future Proof

Call of Duty: Black Ops III looks to be a return to the core Call of Duty experience that many felt last year’s Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare strayed too far from while still introducing a variety of fresh gameplay mechanics that should entice new fans and gamers who have tired of the franchise.

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Gaming Press Fail: Daily Beast Claims E3 Heroines Prove GamerGate Is Dead

Alec Kubas-Meyer wrote an article titled “Gamergate Fail: The Rise of Ass-Kicking Women in Video Games” on Tuesday at The Daily Beast proclaiming that the prominence of games starring women at this year’s Electronics Entertainment Expo (E3), the biggest gaming event of the year, was proof of the gaming industry striking back at the GamerGate movement.

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Supporting GamerGate Does Not Make You a Bully

When reports came out last weekend of developer Brianna Wu receiving death threats over Twitter, the gaming media renewed its attacks on the GamerGate movement labeling it a hate group trying to drive women from the gaming industry. When Anita

Supporting GamerGate Does Not Make You a Bully

Trailer: Players Battle Killer Robots on Venus in Bungie's 'Destiny'

With first-person shooter Destiny less than a month away from release, a new trailer was released Monday showcasing gameplay from the game’s Venus level. Destiny is the latest sci-fi first-person shooter from developer Bungie, the creators of the Halo franchise, in their first game

Trailer: Players Battle Killer Robots on Venus in Bungie's 'Destiny'

Gamescom: Shoot Racist Tea Partiers in 'Battlefield Hardline'

In the upcoming first-person shooter Battlefield Hardline, players will shoot and kill racist anti-government Tea Party types, Gadsden flag and all. Gamers got their first look at Battlefield Hardline’s singleplayer campaign, from developer Visceral Games and publisher Electronic Arts, at

Gamescom: Shoot Racist Tea Partiers in 'Battlefield Hardline'

Brawlmart 2013: Black Friday Mayhem in Pictures

I worked in retail throughout my time in college and am a veteran of multiple Black Fridays. I do not envy those who worked today or had to spend time away from their friends and families yesterday on Thanksgiving. Retail

Brawlmart 2013: Black Friday Mayhem in Pictures

Egyptian Forces Storm Mosque Occupied by Morsi Supporters

Egyptian security forces stormed al-Fatah mosque in Cairo on Saturday in which hundreds of supporters of former President Mohamed Morsi had taken refuge from police and anti-Muslim Brotherhood vigilantes. Egypt’s state news agency, MENA, claimed that Islamist gunmen had opened

Egyptian Forces Storm Mosque Occupied by Morsi Supporters

Summer Spotlight–Hotline Miami Review: A Real Hero?

With the summer sale through Steam on hundreds of games going on right now, I felt it was a perfect time to highlight a number of the most interesting games available for gamers to enjoy this summer. The next game

Summer Spotlight–Hotline Miami Review: A Real Hero?

Annual Steam Summer Sale Brings Huge Discounts to Gamers

Steam, the gaming digital distribution platform run by Valve Corporation, has begun its annual summer sale, offering deep discounts on hundreds of games highlighted by a rotating schedule of special deals. Originally launched in 2003 by Valve Corporation, developers of the

Annual Steam Summer Sale Brings Huge Discounts to Gamers

In Memoriam: Hugo Chavez and His Friends

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez died on Tuesday after a two-year struggle with cancer. We look back upon his life by reflecting upon the company he kept and their kind words about his legacy. Iran’s Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said his dear friend

In Memoriam: Hugo Chavez and His Friends

GOP Rep: Officials Behind Benghazi Failures Enjoying 'Their Paid Vacation'

Former Foreign Affairs Committee chairwoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL) slammed the disciplining of four State Department officials as nothing but “a shuffling of the deck chairs” in response to testimony from Secretary of State Hillary Clinton regarding the Benghazi terrorist attack. 

GOP Rep: Officials Behind Benghazi Failures Enjoying 'Their Paid Vacation'

Reddit Co-Founder's Family Blames Government 'Intimidation' for Suicide

The family of Aaron Swartz, co-founder of Reddit and executive director of the website Demand Progress, is blaming the government for his death. Swartz committed suicide by hanging himself in his apartment last Friday. Swartz was facing thirteen felony charges

Reddit Co-Founder's Family Blames Government 'Intimidation' for Suicide

Poster Featuring Hammer and Sickle Removed from EU Headquarters

The European Commission was forced to take down a poster placing the Communist hammer and sickle next to symbols of major religions from its headquarters in Brussels after Arunas Vinciunas, the Lithuanian ambassador to the European Union, lodged a complaint

Poster Featuring Hammer and Sickle Removed from EU Headquarters

University to Offer Course Studying 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Trilogy

Beginning in the spring semester, American University will offer “Contemporary American Culture: The Fifty Shades Trilogy,” a course examining issues ranging from female sexuality to social media marketing in relation to the BDSM-themed Fifty Shades of Grey book series. Adjunct

University to Offer Course Studying 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Trilogy