Category: Gaming

The “Wordle” Craze

Hey Kids, Spelling is Fun! The “Wordle” Craze By Abigail Levasseur ’24   Every night when the clock strikes twelve, Wordle fanatics hit their devices, eager to play the new daily Wordle puzzle. The original Wordle, found on the New York Times’ games webpage, has been entertaining all generations, young and old, for the past […]

John Downey '23

EA Sports Announces the Return of NCAA Football

How the Revival Will Impact Athlete Compensation by Dave Argento ’21 A&E Staff Debates over financial compensation for student-athletes have been part of an ongoing battle for years, driven by the fact that Division I sports pull in massive revenues for television networks and schools alike. With the announcement of Electronic Arts’ new college football […]

Sara Conway

Gaming Livestreams in Mainstream Popular Culture

Celebrities Turn to Streaming in the Wake of COVID-19 by Dave Argento ’21 A&E Staff With sports seasons disrupted, music tours canceled, and the average person having much more free time at home, the gaming industry, specifically live streaming, has boomed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Games such as Call of Duty: Warzone, Fall Guys, and […]

The Cowl Editor

Phasmophobia: Play This Innovative Horror Game

Get in the Halloween Spirit with this Immersive Experience by Dave Argento ’21 A&E Staff While most ghost-hunting television shows will make audiences more likely to laugh than shiver, the immersive elements of the newly trending game, Phasmophobia, takes players further than any psychological horror video game has before. Four ambitious ghost hunters team up […]

The Cowl Editor