Blast Off For Mobile Tower Defense With Space Run
Taking a static concept like tower defense onto a moving platform like a space ship is what Space Run is all about. It really turns the genre onto its head and is quite refreshing, if a bit on the challenging side.
Smash the Evil: More Fun Than Crushing Candy
Those of you who enjoy puzzle games on your mobile devices will find a lot to love with Smash The Evil, where you actually put your talents to smashing monsters instead of gems or candy.
Ubisoft Puts Forth A Very Valiant Effort
Chella deconstructs Valiant Hearts: The Great War in terms of artistic merit, gameplay and storytelling style. And she’s mighty glad that the industry, and Ubisoft specifically, is willing to take chances like this beyond the normal run and gun bullet storm gameplay we normally get.
The Eve Of A New Evo Is Upon Us
Hargosh polishes up his pennants and his foam fingers as he gets ready for the annual Evolution Championship Series (Evo), one of the best and most exciting video game tournaments on the planet.
The Halfway Point: Games of 2014
Believe it or not, 2014 is almost halfway over. To celebrate, we discuss some of the games that have captured our fancy, and ask you what titles you’ve most enjoyed…so far.
Still some fun times out there in stick-land, right? But is it possible being two dimensional isn’t all fun?
My Date With Destiny
Recently Bungie pulled back the curtains a bit on the upcoming Destiny game with a three day Alpha. What we found inside the beautiful and deadly world wasn’t quite a shooter and not really an MMO either, but something unique, and at times, pretty wonderful.
Chasing The Beautiful Dragon Age Inquisition
At E3 Expo this year, GiN Reporter Lisa Campos was able to interview Dragon Age: Inquisition producer Cameron Lee, as well as get a great demo of one of the most intriguing titles scheduled for release this year.
E3 2014′s Final Wrap up
GiN Reporter Lisa Campos spent her third year covering E3 Expo. She tends to move off the beaten path and dive into the dark corners of the show. She again brings us all the hidden gems of E3 2014 as we wrap up our show coverage for yet another year, and look forward to good times and games ahead.
Free 2 Play, Pay 2 Win
This week Meg takes a look at the game Free Free Free Free Free To Play, which makes fun of the whole free2play genre in some ingenious ways, while raking in a little f2p coin itself. So is this a genius parody or just another cash in on gamers.
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