The Columbia Chronicle

As part of Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Chicago Transit Authority President Forest Claypool’s plan to modernize CTA infrastructure, the Brown and Orange line rail cars will undergo renovations this spring that to their ventilation systems, interior lighting and electronic designation signs.

Brown and Orange lines undergo renovations

March 2, 2015

The Chicago Transit Authority Brown and Orange line rail cars will be renovated this spring, giving them a more modernized look similar to the Red, Pink and Green line cars.The 3200-series rail cars on...

Grim Fandango Remastered

Cult classic video game ‘Grim Fandango’ gets a makeover

February 16, 2015

“Grim Fandango Remastered” is the latest game in a long line of classic titles being re-released on current-generation hardware. The game has enough of a cult following to warrant its return, and with...

‘Lords of the Fallen’ only falls flat

By Colin McInerney

November 17, 2014

“Lords of the Fallen” takes the refined action-RPG style of its inspirations, the “Dark Souls” and “Demons’ Souls” games, and attempts to build on it, but completely misses the mark on all the good points of the series.The “Souls” series has been called many things by critics and fans alike: difficult, intriguing, genre-defining, and occasionally, the pinnacle of game design. It earned these titles by being i...

‘Hack ‘n’ Slash’as niche as they come

By Colin McInerney

October 2, 2014

“Hack ‘n’ Slash” is as rough around the edges as expected for a game that lets players change its variables, but it allows for an unparalleled kind of expressive freedom and tinkering not often seen in puzzle or adventure games where players can tackle situations in any way they see fit. Regardless, its intricacies and flaws may be enough to turn away the average gamer.The hack-and-slash game genre is well establishe...

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