By: Chris Hodges, editor-in-chief
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It’s about that time of year again, where Chi-Scroller jumps on back-to-school fever as an excuse to run a quiz or list relating to school and video games. This year, it’s a quiz about fictional video game high schools (or high school-esque institutions) and high school students.
Don’t worry, we like to use the generous grading scale of 90+ is an A, 80+ is a B, 70+ is a C, and 60+ is a D, and in keeping with the theme, we’ll have 59 and below be worth that infamous “E” grade that so many video games like to give in lieu of an F. That way, nobody fails! You’re welcome.