BY SOPHIA KAUFMAN
The weaker parts of the episode — including the fact that its goal seemed to be to force the break up of every single couple — were compensated for by the last two minutes, which forcefully reminded audiences of what this show was like at its strongest point, and what makes it so addictingly heartbreaking without compromising the integrity of its characters.
BY JACOB RICH
Its newest, biggest release, “Super Smash Bros. for Wii U,” is an enormous, painstakingly crafted multiplayer video game, one that deserves a hallowed spot in any collegiate gamer’s library.
BY KAREN HUA
By preparing all previous episodes in culmination for this moment, they have stunningly brewed curiosity while still withholding valuable information for next time.
BY CATHERINE SULPIZIO
If viewers need an hour of familiar entertainment, “State of Affairs” is equipped to fill the void. But if art is to do anything more than competently splice together a handful of tropes and topical references, “State of Affairs” fails.
BY MATTHEW BARNAUSKAS
“The Missing” is a visually and cerebrally engrossing series whose answers may destroy any semblance of safety left for the characters’ past and present.
BY SOPHIA KAUFMAN
FCKH8’s video ended up being more of a miss than a hit, but it’s worth having a couple misses — as long as we recognize them as such — if they bring more attention to important issues.
The walls are covered with graffiti-esque murals of Mario and Megaman. The shelves contain every imaginable object of the gaming world, from the latest PlayStation 3 releases to the rulebooks to the latest edition of “Dungeons & Dragons.” Welcome to Ann Arbor's gaming Mecca.
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