Updated: April 29, 2015 9:23:05 PM MDT
 
 
 
 
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Rocky Mountain Gamer: Quality of 'Pillars of Eternity' is almost overwhelming

04/30/2015 09:41 AM MDT
Every bit of this video game was crafted with care. The game's world, the variety of characters, the design of the dungeons and the depth of player options shine through constantly. The game never failed to keep its grasp on me, even after more than 100 hours immersed in its world. And that is real magic. 
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'X' marks sweet spot for 'Kombat' series
04/22/2015 05:24 PM MDT - "Mortal Kombat X" finally rejuvenates the franchise with its easier accessibility, plethora of new characters and enough depth to keep even diehard fans abusing their controllers for months to come.  Full Story

Rocky Mountain Gamer: 'Battlefield Hardline' has cops-and-robbers feel
04/02/2015 02:00 PM MDT - Electronic Arts has scaled back the series' epic wartime setting to an urban conflict between well-armed law enforcement and remarkably well-trained scofflaws. Full Story

Rocky Mountain Gamer: 'Mario Party 10' is basically more of the same
03/18/2015 05:22 PM MDT - There isn't enough new in "Mario Party 10" to call it a revolutionary installment. What makes the game enjoyable is the premise that has served the series for so many years: Get together with your friends and family, play a bunch of mini-games and have a laugh. That, after all, is what "Mario Party" is all about. Full Story

Rocky Mountain Gamer: 'Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate ' makes strides
03/12/2015 11:36 AM MDT - The complexity of the "Monster Hunter" series has been one reason it has lagged in popularity in the U.S. But the latest version of the game is more accessible.  Full Story

Rocky Mountain Gamer: Crowdfunding has become a game in itself
03/05/2015 07:45 PM MST - Telling the difference between the good bets that eventually will produce a great game, and the duds that will never see the light of day, is more difficult than one would think. Full Story

Rocky Mountain Gamer: Try to 'Evolve' your hunting skills
02/26/2015 08:15 AM MST - Slick, polished and beautiful, "Evolve" takes a simple design and runs with it, making for a fun and addictive game. It's unlikely to show up on many "Best of 2015" lists, but it's a rip-roaring way to spend some time. Full Story

Love and smartphones
02/17/2015 09:21 PM MST - When you gaze into your partner's eyes, will they be lit by the warm glow of a candle or the artificial light of a smartphone screen? Full Story

Video games get love
02/17/2015 09:20 PM MST - The museum that houses the National Toy Hall of Fame announced Tuesday the creation of the World Video Game Hall of Fame to recognize the impact games like "Pong" and "Grand Theft Auto" have on culture and society. Full Story

Words From a Nerd: Too good to be true
02/17/2015 09:17 PM MST - Game development is an industry built on big promises, and there are few people who have promised more than Peter Molyneux. Full Story

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College lacrosseCU lacrosse: Buffs confident they're on the right track

Final record doesn't tell the whole story of CU's improvement in second year
In terms of wins and losses, the Colorado women's lacrosse team wasn't much better this year than it was during its inaugural season of 2014. Full Story
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College lacrosseCU lacrosse: Buffs confident they're on the right track

Final record doesn't tell the whole story of CU's improvement in second year
In terms of wins and losses, the Colorado women's lacrosse team wasn't much better this year than it was during its inaugural season of 2014. Full Story
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Second Story Garage: Grisman, Leslie, Hargreaves & Smith

Bluegrass songs are essentially country songs, and country songs aren't supposed to have more than a few chords or get too complex rhythmically. But the "supergroup" lineup of Grisman, Leslie, Hargreaves & Smith doesn't seem to know about these rules. Full Story