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I’m fine with confining 2016 to the ash heap of history, saving only the things worth carrying on – each other, and the things we love. In that spirit, and in fairness to the remarkably wonderful year video games had, here are my picks for game of the year in 2016.
Brian McRae, the creative lead of the three person team behind Fenix Fire’s Osiris: New Dawn, said the most fascinating thing I heard from a
Over the course of PAX West 2016, word of mouth may have given no bigger boost to a game on the show floor than Microsoft,
Rebels of all stripes gather in the shadow of the Empire in the newest trailer for Gareth Edwards’ Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
Bolstered by a supped up engine, Batman: The Telltale Series’ first episode, “Realm of Shadows,” is their strongest opening episode in years, and the most engaging take on the Caped Crusader in recent superhero adaptation history.
Total War developer Creative Assembly and 343 Industries came out big in support of Halo Wars 2, bringing not one but two trailers, a beta
Rather than show off extensive trailers for new titles, EA opted to show off a behind the scenes trailer that offered the first brief glimpses
After the middling Automatron and Wasteland Workshop, Bethesda Game Studios’ Fallout 4: Far Harbor is a triumphant return to form from the creators of great
After several months of swirling rumors about DICE’s next entry into their Battlefield series, the presumed Battlefield 5, leaked marketing materials have undercut the game’s