Archive for March 13th, 2014

64-Bit Goodness – Megaman, by Brandon Qi
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64-Bit Goodness – Megaman, by Brandon Qi

64-Bit Goodness – Megaman by Brandon Qi Megaman. Simple name but all of the Megaman games rock in some way. Except for 8. We don’t like to talk about it. I’m here, to talk about Megaman 6, one of the more “overlooked” Megaman games, excluding 5. Let’s begin, shall we? […]

Cave Story Review – by Nick, Thomas and Brendan
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Cave Story Review – by Nick, Thomas and Brendan

Cave Story Review *If you haven’t played the game yet and want a complete surprise to any plot stuff, skip to the bottom*   Here’s a link to download the game.  English translation (pre-patched) Scroll to the bottom for the abridged version because the normal one is WAY too long. […]

Book Review – “Are you there, God? It’s me, Margaret,” by Quinn Espinosa
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Book Review – “Are you there, God? It’s me, Margaret,” by Quinn Espinosa

Are you there, God? It’s me, Margaret by Quinn Espinosa Do you ever feel like you’re different from everyone else? Maybe you’re not the same size or shape or as developed as the rest of the girls in your class? Many girls go through awkward stages but you may feel […]

My Favorite Athlete – Russell Wilson, by Willie Brou
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My Favorite Athlete – Russell Wilson, by Willie Brou

My Favorite Athlete – Russell Wilson by Willie Brou I have a lot of favorite athletes, but the one that I am going to write about is the QB for the Seattle Seahawks, Russell Wilson. He and his team made history for the Seahawks this year. They had a terrific season and it was the […]

Book Review – “Pretty Little Liars,” by Kelsie Geiser
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Book Review – “Pretty Little Liars,” by Kelsie Geiser

“Pretty Little Liars,” by Kelsie Geiser Do you ever feel like someone is watching you? As if someone was breathing down your neck? What if you made one bad choice, but you knew that someone would tell everyone and make you live with that pain of making that one mistake? […]

Book Review – “Divergent” by Zach Cohen
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Book Review – “Divergent” by Zach Cohen

Divergent by Zach Cohen What if you were forced to choose between being selfless, brave, peaceful, smart, or truthful? If Beatrice Prior had to pick, well, that’s a whole different story. In the future, the government split, and followers followed their leaders. One group split into a group called Candor, […]

Book Review on “Divergent,” by Maren Yamiloff
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Book Review on “Divergent,” by Maren Yamiloff

Divergent by Maren Yarmiloff Fighting, competition, romance, without mercy. The novel I read over the trimester is called Divergent by Veronica Roth. All of the words I have listed above describe the different aspects of this dramatic novel. The name of the protagonist is Beatrice, but in her faction, they […]

Book Review “Ender’s Game,” by Zach Taggart
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Book Review “Ender’s Game,” by Zach Taggart

Ender’s Game by Zach Taggart Imagine this: You are a six year old boy names Ender Wiggin who has just been chosen to go to a combat school in space by the American Government, to train, so he can fight an intergalactic war against aliens. Ender Wiggin is living a […]