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Happy Holidays Richmond! Santas Around The World On Their Days Off

Every year, we make a Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays post on our social networks. Usually, we share a funny meme or some generic image with a caption but this year Midjourney has hit the office and it is a blast to use! We have spent so many hours this week just...

Dying Because Of This: An Interview With Ryan Kent

Ryan Kent has always had a warm, calming presence for me. I met him when I was still very young. We were bartending at Sabai, a job that neither of us would be at for long. We established common interests in lyrics and poetry, and went out to parties a time or two. It...

RVA Game Cave Issue 7: Spider-Man: Miles Morales

In this edition of RVA Game Cave, columnist Jonah Schuhart finds that Spider-Man: Miles Morales can do whatever the last Spider-Man game can... and a good bit more. The Sam Raimi Spider-Man films have left an irreversible mark on the generation of movie-goers that grew up in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Until then, there had never been such...

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RVA Game Cave #6: A Belated Tony Hawk Pro Skater 1+2 Review

In this edition of RVA Game Cave, columnist Jonah Schuhart explores a new reissue of the earliest installments of a now-classic franchise. Tony Hawk fans, get stoked.  There was a time, back in the 90’s and 2000’s, when skateboarding video games were almost more popular than skating itself. The mainstream popularity of figures like Tony...

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RVA Game Cave Issue 4: The Last of Us Part 2

In this edition of RVA Game Cave, columnist Jonah Schuhart dives into The Last of Us Part 2. Following its predecessor, TLOU2 challenges the player’s moral code, and captivates even its harshest critics.  Without a doubt, The Last of Us Part II  is the single most contentious game of the year. The degree to which it has left gamers...

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RVA Game Cave Issue 3: Halo 2 Anniversary

In this edition of RVA Game Cave, columnist Jonah Schuhart lets us know that Halo 2 Anniversary For PC is the best ever version of an undisputed classic video game. This month I'm talking about Halo 2 Anniversary. If you don’t know what Halo is, I have included a step by step guide on informing yourself. Step One: Crawl out from the...

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RVA Game Cave Issue 2: DOOM Eternal

Our RVA Game Cave columnist Jonah Schuhart returns with a glowing review of DOOM Eternal, which he calls "a gruesome, indulgent power fantasy of immense proportion." That's a good thing, right? DOOM Eternal is an amazingly indulgent experience. It’s a five-star, all-you can eat buffet table that never runs out. Almost everything on the menu is...

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RVA Game Cave Issue 1: Devil May Cry 3 for Switch

Which button is X again? In the debut issue of RVA Game Cave, columnist Jonah Schuhart reviews The Devil May Cry 3 for Switch -- and finds that the release cranks it up another notch by giving an old game some smokin’ new features.  The Devil May Cry series is best known by Action Game fans (like me) and wisened-up nerds who remember when...

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Thingamajig & Doohickey Lets You Build Ridiculous Machines

At Thingamajig & Doohickey, players create comically complex Rube Goldberg machines to complete simple tasks. The more needlessly complicated your machine is, the higher you score. Ravenchase Adventures, the company behind several Richmond escape rooms such as Escape Room RVA and Warehouse 29, are bringing a fresh business idea to the RVA...

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At VCU’s Esports Club, Every Match Is Friendly

Basketball is great, but lately quite a few VCU students have been more excited about esports. That just might explain the quickly increasing popularity of VCU's Esports Club. There are hundreds of clubs at VCU, but very few are as fast-growing or involved as the university's Esports club. And while the club's high-profile tournaments are a...

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