If you love steampunk fantasy, then The Guns Above, the first entry in the Signal Airship series, is really going to hold your interest. With a fascinating crew, a tight plot, dangerous action and plenty of dark humor, The Guns Above really soars.
Set twenty years after a mysterious incident, you are trapped by a mad scientist at Crowswood Medical University and forced to solve puzzles to escape. The Crow’s Eye is a first person horror mystery that will keep players challenged with its creative puzzles, bizarre rooms, and the deep the mystery of Crowswood.
This week Billy is checking out a horror game called True Fear: Forsaken Souls I and the real scares come from the game’s puzzle design.
We rode with the sometimes-crooked cops of Freeburg when This is the Police first came out through Steam on the PC. Flushed with success there, it now moves to consoles. So, we polished up those badges for another patrol.
Follow the story of Thrawn as he uses his tactical genius to score countless victories and gain rank in the Imperial Navy in Star Wars: Thrawn. Navigating the military will be difficult for an outsider and alien, with the help from his aide Eli Vanto and the ambitions of Arihnda Pryce, he can succeed in his goals.
The legacy created by LucasArts has stretched farther than any hyperspace drive could ever go. Duke Grabowski, Mighty Swashbuckler is one of those games. We played it, and it’s completely awesome.
This week our Time Waster has found a card/board game called Race for the Galaxy to kill some time with, but its a bit of a mixed bag.
Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters Daybreak: Special Gigs is an expanded port of Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters from 2015. Like before, the game plays like a visual novel with extremely fun gameplay elements added to the campy yet confident, enjoyable mix.
While The Walking Dead: A New Frontier is doing great overall, episode three, Above the Law, is a bit of low point in the series. It’s one of those transitional episodes where not much happens other than setting us up for future adventures.
Steeplejack is the first book in the Alternative Detective series by A. J. Hartley, and as opening novels go, this is one of the best. Come explore a world of steeples and smokestacks alongside an amazing cast of characters.
An RPG and turn based strategy game, The Great Whale Road is the story of a Viking Jarl and his warband as they winter in Ulfarrsted and go on raids and quests each summer. Explore the history and culture of the European Dark Ages and battle many enemies in this fun tabletop adventure.
Billy’s time wasting this week brings him to a puzzle game called XLOX that doesn’t really do anything new, but is well designed.
The year isn’t even half over, but Todd is impressed with everything that 2017 has provided for gamers so far. And we are not just taking about quality, because there are good deals to be had too, if you know where to look.
Michael’s back with another Quick Review for this week’s Manga Monday. It’s Vector Ball by Raiku Makoto!
Aster is a gamer in the truest sense and that means not even The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild could last long against her.
This year’s Star Wars Celebration was held in Orlando for April 12-15. It brought fans of all ages together for a celebration of all things Star Wars and a tribute to Forty Years of fantastic experiences. Read on for impressions from the show, panel extras, and cosplay.
Assassin’s Creed has never shied away from the multicultural aspects of history. The next game in the series is rumoured to be called Assassin’s Creed: Origins, with an Egyptian setting, so it could take the next logical step and deliver the first black lead in a main game.
The GWENT Card Game, which was born out of The Witcher 3 RPG, may still be going through some beta testing, but the eSports component is alreay going strong with the first $100,000 tournament. Find out how the top prize was won.
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This week the GiN Lounge gang head out to a galaxy far, far away. No, not that one, the one from Mass Effect: Andromeda. After waking up from a 600-year sleep, we dive into one of the largest open-world space games this side of the Milky Way.
The last of the Star Wars Celebration coverage is a talk by Academy – Award winning artist and production designer Doug Chiang as he discuss the design of some of the locations, characters, and vehicles seen in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
At Star Wars Celebration, fans of the books and comics got a chance to learn about different titles from the author’s and artists. This feature will cover both the Lucasfilm Publishing Writers’ Roundtable and Marvel Panel.
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