One of the most explosive, quirky, unforgiving and fun rogue-like games to come out in a long time, Death Road to Canada combines text adventure dilemmas with pixel graphics action sequences, wrapped in a crazy world filled with death, zombies and Canadians.
Although By Fire Above takes on a more serious tone than the first Signal Airship book did, it retains its sass and humor at key points, and of course the unique world where combat is fought from the bridge of fantastical, powerful airships.
Over the weekend in Los Angeles, GiN Online Editor Neal Sayatovich and selected press from around the world got a chance to play a pre-alpha version of Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4. Find out how the game will work, and how it plays as development continues.
Our Time Waster is checking out yet another game in Early Access this week. This time around the game stealing away his time is a spaceship management simulator called Pixel Starships.
Extinction puts players in the role of a roguish hero trying to defend his homeland against a hoard of ravenous, giant monsters. He does this by climbing up their bodies and crushing their heads. It’s all very Attack on Titan-eske, but pretty fun for an RPG with a twist.
Book thirteen of the Demon Accords, Summer Reign by John Conroe, may be the best yet of an already in-depth and imaginative series that takes us deep inside the Fairie kingdom. It seems the Queens of Summer and Winter are not quite finished with main character Declan O’Carroll.
Masters of Anima is an odd duck of a game. Perhaps best described as a mixture of Diablo and Pikmin, it certainly hits the quirky factor head on. But whether or not you will actually have fun with it is another question.
This week Billy is looking at another game that isn’t out yet called Renaine and he’s getting some major Shovel Knight vibes from this one.
With Hope, Montana under siege, it’s up to our hero to save the day, and gun down thousands of crazy cultists to do it. Welcome to the world of Far Cry 5, which offers both over-the-top action and insane moments, coupled with a somewhat realistic story that is a little too close to home for life in America these days.
The Evil that Men Do is a political thriller by author Robert Gleason that is packed with action. Set in modern day, many current political leaders are represented under thinly-veiled pseudonyms. This makes for a realistic read that is not too far off from actual events taking place in the real world.
The Beast Inside is trying to revolutionize horror gaming by helping get the genre back to its roots. We checked in on the beta of this one, which having met its Kickstarter goals, now has an official release date. Check out why this horror game is one to watch.
This week the Time Waster is all about Aura of Worlds. This is a 2D rogue-like game still in Early Access that Billy is planning to keep an eye on.
News that Microsoft was working on a controller to help disabled people enjoy videogames should have been met with universal praise and support, and joy that more people could experience our beloved pastime. Unfortunately, the reality was a bit different.
Michael’s back with the sequel to one of his all time favorite strategy games for this week’s Retro Game Friday. It’s Advance Wars 2!
It’s been a few weeks since reveal of the Black Ops 4 logo and it still isn’t sitting well with everyone, but maybe Aster can help clear up the misunderstanding.
GiN Online Editor Neal Sayatovich got the chance to play Black Ops 4 at the big reveal event in Los Angeles hosted by Treyarch and Activision. Playing a pre-alpha version that ran surprisingly smoothly, his fireteam got to dive deep into all the secrets that the game held. Here are his findings.
What will happen at E3? The migration is getting underway – the games industry is making its way to LA for E3 2018 as the biggest show on the gaming calendar is just a few weeks away. All the publishers and platform makers will be the there to show off their latest games, and hopefully share some shock announcements.
Games rarely have a properly happy ending, preferring nightmarishs, dark worlds of zombies, violence and despair. Drew and Chella discuss why there’s no happily ever after in games, unless they’re romances or for kids.
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They had to travel deep into the Wieliczka Salt Mine to participate, but GWENT competitors hashed it out in card-based combat to win a share of a $100,000 prize pool and Crown Points for the game. The winner also walked away with a golden signet ring, fit for royalty.
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Capcom has finally announced the details of the Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1+2 releases, and yet again Switch owners are getting the short end of the stick with no physical release of the second collection. Despite the second collection getting a physical release in Japan.
Cedar Games is a five-person studio based in Cologne that is pushing some really big ideas, like an apocalyptic RPG that is customizable enough to be loved by casual gamers, hardcore role-players, PvP warriors and sim-loving crafters. Find out what strange magic is going into the development of their premiere Z-Alert game.
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