Dylan Lepore is a hustler, grinder, multi-media guru, professional freelancer, entrepreneur, and a gamer forever. He was The Tartan’s first-ever freshman editor-in-chief and founded The Part-Time Gamer, a media services shop.
I have been the Editor-in-Chief at Radford University’s Student-run Newspaper, The Tartan, since December 2017 and in that time I have published and solely designed over 45 issues and have edited over 500 articles. Here are just some of those issues showing the progress the paper has made since helming the organization.
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I am a dedicated web designer in Virginia who builds beautiful and professional websites designed to turn your web visitors into customers, readers, listeners, or even contributors. I use WordPress, the world’s most powerful and flexible content management system, powering 60% of all websites on the internet, to enhance your SEO search and give you, and your clients, the best possible experience.
It's Literally Just Mowing: A Mobile Game Review
It's Literally Just Mowing is a game developed for people who like the satisfaction of a well-cut lawn but don't want to do the work themselves. The result is a self-aware game that delivers in giving you a casual zen experience by mowing grass from anywhere in the world on your mobile device.
The Top 5 Gaming Laptops to Buy in 2019
While a PC may be the way to go if you want the highest quality, 4K, VR capable, might make you toast, gaming setup in the world, however, with the costs of parts going down (as shown on PCPartPicker), the industry is getting ready to drop more and more high-end gaming laptops. It isn’t hard to see that the growing market wants more wirelessness and portability with their devices, and as fewer people buy dedicated PCs, laptops and tablets are on the rise shown by Statista’s data.
So, whether ...
The PlayStation Vita Is STILL The Best Place To Play Indie Games
The PS Vita is like the indies it hosts: small but full of enormous possibility.
In 2012, the PlayStation Vita was unleashed upon the world to a strong launch, selling 1.2 million units worldwide. Publishers and developers, big and small alike, all wanted to get in on this portable powerhouse, producing almost console-quality experiences, such as the likes of Gravity Rush, Little Big Planet, Persona 4 Golden, Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation, Killzone: Mercenary, Rayman Legends, and even an U...
Ubisoft Announces For Honor Closed Beta starting on 26th-29th January
For Honor is coming closer to our homes with its anticipated releases date of February 14th. But before that, we get to try out the game one last time before. Today, Ubisoft has announced the For Honor Closed Beta will be available from January 26th-29th on all current-gen consoles and PC. Sign up here for your chance to participate in this journey.
Ubisoft has also stated that War of the Factions is launching alongside the Closed Beta. This limited-time event is said to answer the question: ...
Bungie Releases a Free Trail for Destiny 2
Dive into the Alien World of Destiny Today
Bungie and Activision have released a free trial of Destiny 2 on this day of Now. 28. The free trial is available on PlayStation 4, Windows PC (via Battle.net) and Xbox One.
Destiny 2’s free trial includes campaign missions which are available on two of the five locations you can explore. First is the European Dead Zone (EDZ) on Earth where players have access to the Farm social space as well. Second is the moon of Saturn, Titan a space consumed by h...
TheHunter: Call of the Wild New Trailer and Screen Shots
Have you ever wanted to feel the rush and relaxation hunting can be without the real world pain? Today we have a sneak peek into the world of Expansive Worlds and Avalanche Studios’ TheHunter: Call of the Wild.
TheHunter: Call of the Wild places you in 50 square miles pure mother nature. Featuring different terrains such as dense forests, wetlands, and much more. The are is built with Apex (Avalanche Open World Engine) ...
Level: A Simple Puzzle Game (iOS) Review
Simple puzzle games are getting more and more common nowadays. Classic games like “Unblock Me” and “Flow” keep me hunting for new and exciting puzzle games because by now those games set the standard for your average mobile puzzle game.
Level: A Simple Puzzle Game (only on the App Store) is no exception to that list. It’s simplistic mechanics and its ease-of-use makes it the perfect game to pick up and play for a when there’s a lo...
Ubisoft’s Free Weekend This Weekend
Let’s Get Tricky
E3 is upon us and Ubisoft is rolling out a free weekend for gamers on PC. From June 9th to June 12th you’ll be able to play Steep, The Division, and Trials Fusion completely for free. Steep is an SSX-like game where your goal is to snowboard down the highest Mounties and achieves the world’s best tricks (let’s get Tricky)!
Don’t feel like shredding the slopes, well how about shredding people In Ubisoft’s The Division. In the Division join your friends and enemies on the white...
The First 21 Minutes of Watch Dogs 2
Welcome to Watch Dogs 2! In this opening sequence, you meet Marcus, the main protagonist, and the Dedsec crew. All of it was captured on the PS4.
The first 21 minutes really does set the tone for the game to come. The characters are fun and relatable, Marcus especially since Aiden Pearce was none of those things, plus he sounds like a goblin. The world is vibrant with color while making the San Francisco Bay Area ...
PS Plus: Free Games for May 2017 is Better Than We Thought
May is almost here and that means only two things: the 25th is my birthday and the PlayStation Plus games of May are on the way. PS Plus is bringing Tales from the Borderlands and ABZÛ on PS4.
It’s Not Gold Its Plus
Tales from the Borderlands is a five-part episodic Telltale Games series, creators of games like The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us.
Taking a break from the main story after Borderlands 2 to add more to the lore with main charters Rhys and Fiona. They’re on a quest to find swe...
PlayStation Plus goes up in Price to Match Gold’s
Go to PlayStation’s YouTube channel and you will see what the community really thinks about PlayStation Plus.
Almost every monthly plus video (which shows only two of the plus games that are available but that’s beside the point) reaches up to 90% and as low as 25% on dislikes, because of the community’s dislike of the games that are coming out.
Sony tried voting for your favorite games, but it was all just indie games. Before the PS4 came out though, there were Triple-A games on plus for the...
Utawarerumono: Mask of Truth (PS4) Review
Utawarerumono: Mask of Truth is a Visual Novel with some Strategy Role Playing Game elements. That can’t go the other way around and is an important fact when considering to play this game.
There’s a War Going On
Mask of Truth is the conclusion and sequel to the recently released Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception (May 23, 2017). It brings 80 plus hours of gameplay which is more often spent while reading the game.
For the first few hours of gameplay, I’ve spent more time reading the text of wel...
Coming together for Unity Fest
By Van Faust-Stephenson | firstname.lastname@example.org
This past Saturday, the second annual Unity Fest was held in the Dedmon Center.
The event was made to bring Radford together as one and bring awareness to several on-campus clubs, including R-Space and Spectrum, and organizations, including the Diversity Awareness Program and the Student Government Association.
These clubs and organizations also helped to organize and promote Unity Fest, alongside others such as Greek Life, the B...