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[email protected] | Brian Savino is a College sophomore from Westchester, New York, majoring in chemistry and minoring in mathematics. He started his Wheel career as the gaming critic for the arts & entertainment section and most recently served as the arts & entertainment editor. When he is not listening to Radiohead, Brian can be found reading about astrochemistry, playing video games or organizing something. To cheer him up, all you need is a Conan Travels video and a chocolate chai from Kaldi’s.

It has been years since I last enjoyed a “Call of Duty” game. Any release past “Black Ops 2” (2012) has either been boring and failed to innovate, or introduced ...

Since “Black Ops 2” (2012), developers Treyarch, Infinity Ward and Sledgehammer Games have disappointed year after year with titles that didn’t bring enough excitement and innovation to the franchise. Games ...

Ever since Epic Games added a battle royale mode to “Fortnite” in September 2017, the game has taken over the world — more than 100 million players have logged hours ...

The Woodruff Physical Education Center (WoodPEC) rumbled on Thursday night as the new freshman class roared with intensity at the thought of winning the annual Songfest trophy. Although Alaharris took ...

When I was a young gamer, the Spyro trilogy was the first collection of games that I loved. Spyro the dragon is mischievous and bold; the enemies are quirky and ...

Crash Bandicoot is back, but rather than embarking on a new adventure, the protagonist revisits his roots. With revamped graphics, new cinematics and multi-platform access, fans of the Crash Bandicoot ...

Rather than doing my homework, I often find myself reminiscing about the secret agent, cave people and evil living tikis that comprise “Spyro 2: Ripto’s Rage!” The game’s music floods ...

“Call of Duty” has come a long way since its initial release in 2003. From World War II to space combat — and back to World War II — in ...

Sun In My Belly is famed for its brunch options, with savory selections ranging from meatloaf to pimento cheese omelettes and traditional choices like biscuits and grits. But on April ...