This week in the gaming world

Liz Moeller, Staff Writer

The 2016 League of Legends Championship kicked off last week, although we’re still going to be within the Group Stage of the games for a while longer.


Early scores as of yesterday show that for group A, there is a three-way tie for first between Albus NoX Luna, Counter Logic Gaming (USA) and ROX Tigers. Group B is tied with SK Telecom T1, Group C being a tie between Edward Gaming and ahq e-Sports Club, and D being another three-way tie between Samsung Galazy, TSM and Royal Never Give Up.


For anniversaries, “Demon’s Souls,” the father of the current Souls series, was released on Oct. 6, 2009. “Dishonored,” a game where you can go in guns blazing or put your stealth skills to the test, was released Oct. 9, 2012. “The Orange Box,” a combination of “Portal” and “Team Fortress 2,” both beloved games by Valve, was released on Oct. 10, 2007.


The upcoming game would have to be, hands down, the new “Gears of War 4.” This game is the reason I will be getting an Xbox One. If you don’t have the system, there are bundles available for preorder, but act fast before they’re all gone.


Now I will discuss a game I would recommend, or rather, a series. “Five Nights at Freddy’s” is releasing a spin-off on Friday, “Sister Location” (FNaFSL). This will be the second game for the year 2016 from Scott Cawthon, as he released “FNaF World” at the beginning of the year. For those who do not know the series, FNaF is a shock-horror game that has taken the world by storm, but most play to unravel the secrets hidden within the game about animatronics haunting an ancient pizzeria, as you, the night guard, have to keep watch.


I will be writing a review for the game for the Wayne Stater for next week. Suggestions or otherwise can be sent to [email protected].