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Rocky Mountain Gamer: 'Resident Evil Remastered' is a triumph

01/29/2015 02:59 PM MST
The latest re-release of the original 1996 game features upgrades to graphics and controls. It smooths out the rough edges and makes the game a little easier to play. 
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Nixon column: Talk dirty to me, robot
01/27/2015 09:22 PM MST - For as much as a nerd as I claim to be, gadgets have never been my thing. I'm not one to follow all the new releases of the latest version of Android (regardless of what tasty treat it might be named after), and I think watching a video of someone unboxing a new tablet might be the most inane way to spend three and a half minutes that I can think of. Full Story

Marijuana in the App Store: Apple just says no to many pot apps
01/26/2015 08:29 AM MST - On the same November day that saw more than 1 million people in Oregon, Alaska and Washington, D.C. vote to legalize recreational marijuana, a popular social media app rooted in the cannabis space was removed from Apple's massive commercial marketplace known as the App Store. Full Story

Rocky Mountain Gamer: Latest 'Dragon Age' breathes life into series
01/15/2015 04:25 PM MST - Those who played "Dragon Age: Origins" or "Dragon Age 2" are in for a treat. But "Inquisition" doesn't merely rehash the good parts of what came before. Instead, the game drops you into a sprawling, living world that draws your attention in multiple directions at once.  Full Story

Private college making video games an official sport
01/06/2015 06:09 PM MST - A private liberal arts college in Kentucky says it will make video games an official sport and start offering scholarships to gamers in the fall. Full Story

'The Old City: Leviathan' an experiment in literary gaming
01/06/2015 06:08 PM MST - For the developers at PostMod Softworks, "The Old City: Leviathan" was conceived as something of an experiment. At stake is whether players might welcome a game oriented more toward books than other visual media. The game's primary influence, aside from the "Book of Jonah," is none other than Dostoyevsky's "Notes from Underground," a novel that is particularly dear to me. Full Story

Rocky Mountain Gamer: 2014 had fine video game releases — just too few
01/02/2015 01:08 PM MST - There's no way around it, 2014 was not the best year for video games. That's not to say there weren't good games — a few future classics came out — but great games were scarcer than in years past. Full Story

Rocky Mountain Gamer: 'Assassin's Creed' fans will get their fill
12/11/2014 05:21 PM MST - Despite minor flaws, "Unity" and "Rogue" take series to next level. Full Story

WWE superstars discuss the leap to next-gen gaming
12/02/2014 11:45 PM MST - After sitting out last year, 2K has entered the next-generation gaming ring with "WWE 2K15" for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Full Story

Game voice actor Troy Baker talks 'Call of Duty' and 'Far Cry 4'
12/02/2014 11:43 PM MST - Veteran video game actor Troy Baker is starring in most of the biggest blockbusters on store shelves this Christmas, including Warner Bros. Full Story

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Men's basketballCU men's basketball: Buffs fall flat in second half, lose 72-59 at UCLA

On Thursday night, the Colorado men's basketball expended a lot of energy to take down Southern California in three overtimes.

By the second half on Saturday night, the Buffaloes looked like a team that played a three-overtime game just two nights earlier.

UCLA blew past the weary Buffs in the second half, sinking CU, 72-59, at Pauley Pavilion.

 
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Men's basketballCU men's basketball: Buffs fall flat in second half, lose 72-59 at UCLA

On Thursday night, the Colorado men's basketball expended a lot of energy to take down Southern California in three overtimes.

By the second half on Saturday night, the Buffaloes looked like a team that played a three-overtime game just two nights earlier.

UCLA blew past the weary Buffs in the second half, sinking CU, 72-59, at Pauley Pavilion.

 
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Second Story Garage: Danielle Ate the Sandwich

If music ever stops working out for Danielle Ate the Sandwich, the Fort Collins band could easily have a second career in comedy. But music is working for this band, which is fine-tuned to interpret frontwoman Danielle Anderson's touching, penetrating songwriting.  Full Story