Study explores brain injury recovery

Joshua Jacobs, an assistant professor in the School of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems, will join a $22.5 million, four-year research project titled “Restoring Active Memory,” in which he will explore the use of brain stimulation to help recover memories and cognitive abilities of people who have suffered a… Continued

Student to present ‘Journey’ thesis

A Drexel graduate student in the digital media program discovered Feb. 11 that he has been accepted to present his narrative review at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco in March. Glenn Winters, who is in his third year of the digital media master’s program, won a spot in… Continued

Del Rey debuts with ‘Born to Die’

Under the stage name Lana Del Rey, indie pop’s new princess Elizabeth Grant has been all the buzz over the Internet in the past few months due to her first single, “Video Games,” which took the United Kingdom by storm. Del Rey has already garnered a performance on “Saturday Night… Continued

Rocketcat’s new iOS RPG

Few developers have found repeated success in a genre the way Rocketcat Games has with their “Hook” trilogy: Hook Champ, Super QuickHook and Hook Worlds. However, the real test for the company is proving they can do more than just grappling hooks. Now, Rocketcat has created Mage Gauntlet, an action-role-playing… Continued

DS game converted to iOS

Scribblenauts Remix, began as a series for DS, has now been brought to Apple’s iOS. The game now features Game Center integration as well as iCloud. If you’ve followed DS gaming, chances are you’re at least familiar with “Scribblenauts.” 5th Cell’s “write anything” concept ending up spawning two games that… Continued