This week Billy comes across a game called Chain Reaction Shooter that tries to put a spin on a classic puzzle system. Does it work?
Space Hulk Ascension offers some amazing turn-based gameplay that is as brutal as it is tactical. Strategic players will find a lot to love here.
Ghost Seer is the first in a brand new series from author Robin D. Owens. How does it stack up against its paranormal competition?
This week we take a look at Gear Up from Doctor Entertainment, a free to play game on the PC that packs a surprising amount of destructive fun into a small, multiplayer package.
This week our Time Waster tackles Dumb Ways to Die 2: The Games. Does it live up to the first game or is it just a shallow grab for cash?
The voting for the Game of the Year begins right now following a robust nomination period. Did your favorite games make the list? Be sure to show those great games some love and make your vote count!
Billy has a unique problem. He has too many games and not enough time to play them all. And his backlist is loooooong. So his New Year’s Resolution is to play more and more games this year.
Obscure Horror Gems
Diablo III Corrections
PC Gaming Here To Stay
Dragon Age Inquisition
Years of not being able to see 3D, or getting sick while trying to play or watch it, have turned Todd against it. Until now. Enter the new 3DS, a device that finally gets 3D right.
Michael is back with the first Rom-com Manga series he ever read for this week’s Shoujo Saturday. It’s Love Hina by Ken Akamatsu!
GiN Publisher Nate Wooley visits Baltimore Comic-Con, and finds a show on the rise that can now be considered in the same breath as the giant cons we all know.
Perfect Score! Has anyone noticed that Nintendo games are getting easier?
The game of the year nominations are in, and what a great crop of titles you have to choose from when you cast your final votes. Come by and see what the GiN Lounge crew have to say about them.