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What’s in store for gaming in 2016?

Now that 2015 has come to an end, it’s time to take a look at what the gaming industry has in store for us in 2016.

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Gaming Week in Review: Psychonauts 2 Is Looking For Funding

Kick off December with a bang with Psychonauts 2, The 2015 Game Awards and a whole lot of great deals on video games.






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Berg: The Game Awards honor the industry’s best, shine a light on its worst

The second annual ceremony was a mixed bag of genuine love, hollow sales pitches, and all-too-real moments.






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Review: ‘Fallout 4’ is endless, if buggy, fun

Bethesda’s latest creation has the potential to entertain for hours and hours–if the whole game doesn’t break along the way.






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Review: Starcraft 2: Legacy of the Void

The king of the real time strategy genre receives a satisfying conclusion with the release of its final expansion.






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Photos: Eugene Comic Con

The first Eugene Comic Con in ten years was held this past weekend at the Lane Events Center to a resounding success. Thousands of comic fans flooded the conventional hall for genre celeb meet & greets, artist signings, panels, and more. But the ultimate highlight of the show was the …

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Review: ‘Rise of the Tomb Raider’ satisfies on all fronts

An improvement over 2013’s underwhelming reboot, Rise is a stunning sequel worthy of its legacy.






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Berg: ‘Halo 5: Guardians’ is a pure Halo experience

Master Chief’s latest adventure brings new thrills, though it loses some magic in the process.






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Berg: $5.9B payday for ‘Candy Crush’ may be doomed

Activision just paid nearly six billion dollars for a social gaming startup with uncontrollable revenue. Haven’t we been here before?






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Berg: ‘Guitar Hero Live’ feels like the world’s most exploitative jukebox

Activision’s rock revival introduces many new features, but few of them are worth it.






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