There’s usually an overwhelming feeling of impending doom looming around midterm time. When such concern does not present itself, poor grades often result. But it seems that there should come a time when someone has written enough papers, or taken enough exams, that he or she cannot be held to any further obligations of that nature.
While some are spending their creative juices trying to tie together thrombotic pulmonary emboli and mural thrombi, and others are making vague relational assessments in painstakingly long essays, there are the select few who get paid to imagine scenarios like these:
Jurassic: the Hunted is an epic shooter set on a dark, mysterious island lost in time. Players assume the role of weapons and survival expert Craig Dylan, who has been hired to protect a research team studying the strange temporal energy of the island. Protection quickly becomes a fight for survival as Dylan is pulled back in time through the Bermuda Triangle and finds himself facing the most terrifying creatures in the history of the planet.
Sometimes you just have to separate yourself from a situation and remember that things could be a lot worse: you could live in a country where they don’t let you play dinosaur-killing video games.