‘Kingdom Come’ delivers success across all platforms

February 28, 2018

By Andrew Ayala Kingdom Come: Deliverance” is a medieval role-playing game that takes gamers back to the Middle Ages in the most realistic and interesting way possible. The game takes place in 15th century Bohemia during the year 1403 when there was a fight for power between two brothers. King Charles IV died and gave his son Wenceslaus IV the crown. Once villagers realized the son of the old king…


Game club pushed to the edge

By Allison Beatty The ELAC Game Club has gone through many hardships such as being disbanded twice and splitting into cliques. It began with a group of students looking for a relaxing way to spend their down time in the school lounge, playing games ranging from cards, board games, mobile games, and even console games like Smash 4. At this time it was not an official school club, but more…

December 3, 2017

Jason lives in new multiplayer game

By Frank Portillo The extremely violent and entertaining “Friday the 13th” was released Friday, which happened to be the thirteenth. The game gives players the ability to control the machete-wielding Jason Vorhees and hapless camp counselors. “Friday the 13th” is currently only playable online and requires an internet connection and Xbox Live account. Having a headset can sometimes be the difference between winning and losing matches. Being able to communicate…

October 18, 2017

Huskies bounce back

By Brigette Ramirez The Huskies earned their first win of the season Saturday night at Glendale by dominating the Glendale College Vaqueros 48-17. The Huskies were hungry for a victory after they had been defeated in the season opener against LA Valley College and their second game against Santa Monica College. The Huskies started down by three early, but were motivated. Huskie wide receiver Carlos Portillo ran a 22 yard…

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