Thursday, April 26

(Alice Lu/Daily Bruin)
(Alice Lu/Daily Bruin)


(Rachel Bai/Daily Bruin)
(Rachel Bai/Daily Bruin)

In DONTNOD Entertainment's hit game "Life is Strange," players can choose to instigate a romantic relationship between the two main characters Chloe and Max. Columnist Evan Charfauros argues the game utilizes romance to increase character investment. (Creative Commons photo by MrRiddell via Flickr)
In DONTNOD Entertainment's hit game "Life is Strange," players can choose to instigate a romantic relationship between the two main characters Chloe and Max. Columnist Evan Charfauros argues the game utilizes romance to increase character investment. (Creative Commons photo by MrRiddell via Flickr)

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(Courtesy of Hopper Stone)

Movie review: ‘Game Night’

A movie is bound to be entertaining if its main characters play “Dance Dance Revolution” at their wedding ceremony. Directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein’s latest action-comedy “Game Night” follows a group of friends who find themselves unwittingly involved in the world of organized crime during a weekly game-night gathering. Read more...

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(Juliette Le Saint/Illustrations director)
(Juliette Le Saint/Illustrations director)


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