I/O Interloper gets rave reviews at E3

Last week Dang! was one of 5 teams that participated in the Student Game Competition at E3. The group traveled to Los Angeles for the week where they were able… Learn More

RPI GSAS program ranked top 10 in US

RPI has once again placed in the top 10 for Game Design schools and universities in the US, showing an improvement from the previous year. You can check out the… Learn More

RPI Attends Senator Golden’s Tech Expo

The Digital game hub was represented in full force May 22nd at Senator Golden’s second tech expo. RPI demonstrated 3 games for New York State Represenatives and the general public.… Learn More

Vicarious Visions announces launch of Destiny 2 Expansion II: Warmind

Season 3 of Destiny 2 launched last week bringing more exciting content to fans of the series.   Read more about it here.   Learn More

Gamefest 2018 a Success!

Thanks to everyone who came out and participated in Gamefest 2018! Over 40 games were demoed this weekend from six participating schools which were viewed by the public and assessed… Learn More

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Gamefest 2018 a Success!

Gamefest 2018 a Success!

Thanks to everyone who came out and participated in Gamefest 2018! Over 40 games were demoed this weekend from six participating schools which were viewed by the public and assessed…

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Orbit: Game Art – Pixel Art!

Orbit: Game Art – Pixel Art!

This month’s lesson provided by TVGS is pixel art! For those who aren’t familiar, pixel art is a style of 2D art reminiscent of old systems such as the NES and…

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TVGS Social Night: EarthQuest!

TVGS Social Night: EarthQuest!

TVGS is holding its social night on May 9th! This meeting will be centered around EarthQuest, an augmented reality mobile game about climate change. It rewards its players for doing research,…

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Opening Reception for Alt-F4!

Opening Reception for Alt-F4!

The opening reception for Alt-F4, the GSAS art thesis show at the Art Center of the Capital Region, will be held on May 2nd! Senior students from the Humanities, Arts, and…

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