Arts & Entertainment

The Legend of Zelda Returns with “Hyrule Warriors”

Nintendo and Koei Tecmo stand together once more to port the Wii U’s “Hyrule Warriors” to the Nintendo 3DS. Hyrule War­riors is a Legend of Zelda themed “hack and slash” game in the vain of Koei Tecmo’s “Dynasty Warriors” series. The original game spanned many Legend of Zelda games, from “Ocarina of Time” to “Skyward Sword,” featuring characters and environments from all of the
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“The Finest Hours” Was a Couple of Pretty Boring hours

“The Finest Hours,” directed by Craig Gillespie (“Fright Night” and “Mr. Woodcock”), released on January 29, is based on the true story of the most daring small boat rescue in U.S. Coast Guard history. The film stars Chris Pine as Bernie Webber, captain of the boat that rescued 32 survivors off the T2 oil tanker SS Pendleton. Recently engaged to his girlfriend Miriam, played
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Gabe’s Jam Sesh: Madeon’s “Adventure”

“Adventure” is an album I only discovered a few months ago, but was released on March 30, 2015 under the label Colum­bia Records. While I only discovered it during the fall of 2015, “Adven­ture” left a big impression on me. I had been following Madeon, a 21 year old French electronic music producer, for a while, lis­tening to his independently re­leased singles and watching
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“Naruto Storm 4” Sends Series Off With Improvements

There’s big news for the Na­ruto fanbase this month. While the manga ended on November 10, 2014, the video game series following the knuckleheaded ninja’s story, Ultimate Ninja Storm, has finally caught up and wrapped up its series with the re­lease of “Naruto Shippuden Ulti­mate Ninja Storm 4” February 9. Minor spoiler alert: “Na­ruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4” picks up where the third
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Dash, Jump and Glide into “Mario and Luigi Paper Jam”

3DS owners look out! Mario is back and Luigi’s seeing double as the fifth in­stallment in Alpha Dream’s “Mario and Luigi” series of Role-Playing Games, “Ma­rio and Luigi Paper Jam” has big shoes to fill. Those shoes become bigger when the crossover game incorpo­rates elements from the pop­ular “Paper Mario” series as well. Fans of both series will be drawn to the unique vi­sual