In reflection on Lincoln’s birthday and his legacy, John asks whether Lincoln’s call to commitment to our democracy will resound and gain our earnest response.
In the early 1960s, Panoramic Corp. moved into the Rock River Woolen Mills building, 1405 River St., and workers had to cross a bridge to get into the building.
In a sea of action horror games, “Resident Evil 2 Remake” truly concentrates on the survival elements of the survival horror genre, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.
Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee never got around to playing “Resident Evil 2” when it originally released in 1998. Here are his thoughts as he dives into the series for the first time with “Resident Evil 2 Remake.”
Glen Loyd is awaiting delivery of "Margaret's War," a new novel written by Wisconsin's Bill Stokes, one of the Midwest's foremost writers.
“Brawl Stars” is a quick, easy-to-play, twin-stick shooter available on mobile devices with an addictive and fun grind despite its small size, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.
“Red Dead Redemption II” is a Wild West epic with a larger-than-life world, but it suffers from poor design choices that made Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee feel as if he was fighting for control.
“Just Cause 4” is almost too familiar to past entries, featuring the same poor combat, fun grappling and physics, and throwaway story, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.
One of Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee’s favorite games of the holiday season is the “Spyro Reignited Trilogy,” a remake of PlayStation 1 games.
The latest Game Awards went off basically without a hitch and had a few pleasant surprises to boot, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.
On the anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack, John is shocked by the attack on our state democracy by the GOP-controlled legislature.
“Battlefield V” has the bones of a great World War II shooter, but it is plagued with weird glitches that mar the experience, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.
“Hitman 2” is a solid stealth game full of clever ways to assassinate foes, but, for better or worse, it feels too familiar to 2016’s “Hitman,” writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.
After recent attempts to censor the unsavory part of certain recent games, Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee wonders what should be allowed in video games.
‘Diablo’ fans became upset when they found out the next game in the franchise is a mobile spinoff. While many are trying to dismiss these gamers’ complaints by calling them entitled, Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee understands their frustration.