Resist the Reptiloid Invasion in Earth Liberation

Fight the reptiloid invaders and defend Earth from annihilation in the fun and exciting real-time strategy game Earth Liberation. Players are challenged by a relentless reptilian army as they build defenses, complete objectives, and train a large Marine Resistance force. It’s a challenging but rewarding battlefield.

 
 
GiN Second Take: Through the Gate in the Sea

Everyone loves the Pathfinder Tales novels, being as close to a pen and paper or videogame role-playing experience as you can get. Here is our second take look at a good one, Pathfinder Tales: Through the Gate in the Sea.

A Depressingly Pleasing Visual Novel in Steins;Gate 0

The Steins;Gate 0 game is one of the type of visual novels where gameplay is sort of like those classic Choose Your Own Adventure books. Bridging the gap between books and games, they may appeal to readers and players.

 
 
Warp Speed Action with Star Trek: The Jackal’s Trick

Star Trek: The Jackal’s Trick is so engrossing that it’s hard to put down. Especially for Trek fans, this one has got it all, angry Klingons, Picard at the helm of the Enterprise, Riker and his wife Dianna Troi plus Worf and Geordie La Forge.

For Honor Offers Brilliant, Bloody Battles

For Honor creates an endless conflict between some of history’s most valiant warriors: knights, samurai and Vikings. The genius thing about the game is that the largest battles always come down to a series of deadly duels and small-combat actions.

 
 
Digimon Heroes Is Still A Rookie

This week Billy is checking out a Digimon Heroes on his smartphone and he’s really hoping it’ll live up to his expectations as a Digimon fan.

Semispheres Offers Both Calm and Challenge

For those who appreciate puzzle games, Semispheres is one of the most innovative we’ve seen in a while. It’s calm and serene on the surface, but it’s challenges are downright diabolical once you get behind that pretty facade.

 
 
A Magical Tale is Born in The World Walker

The World Walker perfectly blends sci-fi and fantasy in a tale about the birth of magic in our world. Considering few books mix that so seamlessly, it makes for a great read despite a few overused clichés.

Iconic Adventure with Through the Gate in the Sea

In Pathfinder Tales: Through the Gate in the Sea, readers are treated to a sea tale, inter-dimensional travel, a complex commentary on imperialism and a good old fashioned abandoned ancient city.

 
 
Tales of Berseria Delivers a Darker, Deeper RPG Adventure

The Sixteenth entry in the series, Tales of Berseria, breaks a lot of traditions to bring us a much darker story filled with murder, revenge and vengeance. Combined with a fine-tuned combat system, Berseria will appeal to Tales fans and RPG lovers of all stripes.

Burrito Bison: Launcha Libre Brings the Fun to Mobile

Burrito Bison: Launcha Libre is the Time Waster this week and it has Billy all nostalgic for one of the first Time Waster reviews he ever wrote.

 
 
The Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 Beta Exlemplifies Stealth Combat

Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 is a first person open world shooter where the player takes the role of either a sniper, ghost or warrior and defeat the Separatists in the country of Georgia. We were able to jump into the beta with main character Jon North, former marine and sniper as he conducts special operations. Come see how this realistic shooter is progressing.

GiN’s Hargosh Goes 4K Ultra HD

After months of planning, Todd finally gets all the equipment together to set up a monster 4K Ultra HD gaming system. Equipped with both a PlayStation 4 Pro and an Xbox One S, he’s playing new games and remastered classics in improved resolutions.

Pokemon Go Can Wait Till Spring

Joe is excited for the second generation of Pokemon being added to Pokemon Go, but Jordan and Aster aren’t too keen on going pokehunting in winter.

Announcing the 2016 GiN Game of the Year Awards

By almost any measure, the year 2016 was a good one for gamers. We ended up with multiple titles in every genre. There was almost certainly something for everyone this year, from casual titles to hardcore adventures and RPGs, detailed … Continue reading Announcing the 2016 GiN Game of the Year Awards

Architecture in Games Architecture in Games

Chella looks the way games use architecture to create stories and emotional responses, as well as some of the titles and worlds that have influenced the architecture in the game she is currently developing.

GiN eSports Competition News: February Highlights

Check out the February edition of GiN eSports coverage for the latest news and competition highlights from around the world. Read about the latest from Call of Duty World League, Hearthstone, League of Legends, and news from NBA 2K 2017 including a new eSports League.

Must Play Indie Games of 2017 Argue the Toss Reveals the 7 Must Play Indie Games of 2017

With so many great indie games to choose from this year, Drew and Chella have whittled it down to the essential 7 must play indies of 2017. This week’s Argue the Toss podcast is all about those quality games with something different to offer.

GiN Meets with Lord British, Richard Garriott

GiN reporter Marie Brownhill got the rare opportunity to sit down with the legendary Richard Garriott, better known as Lord British. We talk about his new game Shroud of the Avatar, his days with Ultima Online, and what it means to make a great games.

 
DragonCon’s Discussion on Gender, Race and Sexuality in Videogames

At DragonCon, GiN was able to chat with Comics and Popular Arts Conference speaker Johnathan Flowers, a doctoral candidate in Philosophy from Southern Illinois University. His research focuses on Japanese Aesthetics and the philosophy of race, gender and sexuality.

 

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