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Photo courtesy of Polygon Authors note: This review is written by someone who fully and avidly invested themselves in the Pokémon universe from 2006 to 2011. He apologizes in advance if he mentions terminology that requires further explanation, but trusts the readers’ cultural knowledge will suffice. Great detective movies are needles in a haystack. “The …

Photo by Val Hoeppner, Director for the Center for Innovation in Media The Center for Innovation in Media, in partnership with the MTSU College of Media and Entertainment, hosted the second annual Innovation J-Camp last week, providing high school students with hands-on multimedia training. J-Camp, a five-day immersive journalism workshop, teaches high school students valuable …

Photo by Tanner Dedmon, Managing Editor More than 15 million people have caught Pokemon GO fever, and students at MTSU are no exception. Students and other residents of Murfreesboro can be found roaming campus each day and night since the game’s release, searching far and wide for new pocket monsters. Some players are seasoned veterans …

Photos By David Taylor // Staff Photographer and Tanner Dedmon // Lifestyles Editor Cosplayers, celebrity guests and animation fanatics converged in Nashville from Friday to Sunday to celebrate and discuss anime and culture at the Middle Tennessee Anime Convention. The last meeting was at the Youmacon – anime convention in Michigan, the conventions are slowly …

Pocket Mortys Title

By Evan Dunne // Contributing Writer Fans of both the Ricky and Morty and Pokémon franchises, rejoice! This is the game you have been searching for. Fans of neither should not waste their time. Pocket Mortys is a mobile game released by Adult Swim in partnership with Big Pixel Studios. The game takes place in the fictional …