video games

July 25, 2020 | Emma Shuster

Gaithersburg Native Logic Retires, Drops New Album, Focuses on Fatherhood

One week after officially announcing his retirement at the age 30, Montgomery County native Sir Robert Bryson Hall II, better known to his fans as “Logic,” dropped his sixth and final album, “No Pressure.” The rapper explained how he plans to use his newfound time to focus on fatherhood.  He tweeted, “It’s been a great […]

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June 10, 2019 | Sara Chernikoff

Blair Witch Video Game To Be Released in August

A ‘Blair Witch’ inspired game is coming to Xbox One and PC Aug. 30. The 1999 horror film, Blair Witch Project was shot at Seneca Creek State Park in Montgomery County as well as in Burkittsville, a historic town in Frederick County. “This brand new first-person psychological horror game will return players to the dreadful […]

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August 26, 2013 | Mandi Wyndham

Violent Video Games by Rebecca Huang (Video)

Violent Video Games explores the controversy on banning these games. The reporter interviews people about their opinion on this issue.

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August 5, 2013 | Carey Heller, Psy.D.

Too Much Video Game Time?

These days, most children and adolescents play video games. Some are more interested in sports games such as Madden Football or NBA 2K13, while others are most interested in more violent games such as Black Ops, Grand Theft Auto, or other similar games. While children and adolescents can often spend countless hours playing video games, […]

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July 4, 2012 | Staff Writer

Aaron Overton

Art and Video Games Exhibit (Video)

The Museum of American Art has a popular exhibit on video games and their creators. Many believe that this represents a new art form, guest panelist Aaron Overton from reflects on this episode of Montgomery Week in Review (MWIR). Visit the Smithsonian Art Museum website to learn more. Visit Montgomery Week in Review to […]

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