Since Winter term is over, we wanted to pass along our list of the most popular games played in the archive during the Winter term. And since we're highlighting popularity for a whole semester, we thought we'd list the top 20 rather than just the usual top 10.
Here's a game design event happening on central campus that we wanted to make you aware of.
Looking for an interesting elective to take next Fall? This course has received high praise from several regulars at the CVGA, and is designed for non-music majors. Hope you get the chance to check it out!
The archive has been filled with Star Wars: Battlefront (PS4) and Star Wars: Battlefront II (PS2) ever since the new Star Wars movie came out. What a way to celebrate the series. We also had a fair amount of Smash and Mario Kart played, in addition to the usual FIFA and first-person shooter presence.
As the Legend of Zelda series celebrates its 30th anniversary, people have joined in the festivities online in several ways. Whether musing over the 10 Life Lessons the Legend of Zelda Taught Us, or anticipating the release of the Twilight Princess' HD Remake, it's a good time to refamiliarize yourself with the series. Along those lines, we'd like to share some of the Legend of Zelda titles we have in our collection. We hope they'll bring back some great memories, and...
We got a donation earlier this month with a number of older game gems, including Frogger the Board Game. The inside bears quite a resemblance to the video game screen that most of us are familiar with. We also got a number of Atari 5200 and Atari Lynx games in the donation, several with really interesting covers.
Here are our most popular games played in the archive during the month of January. FIFA definitely tops the list, with the Xbox One version finally surpassing the Xbox 360 version. The new Star Wars Battlefront falls shortly behind, also causing a resurgence of the older PlayStation 2 Battlefront game further down the list.
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