We know it hasn’t been long since the last one, but Time Waster Billy is once again checking out another game that isn’t actually out. This time around, the beta he’s fooling around with simply goes by the title Knight Demo. Truth in advertising, huh? Come find out if this Knight is worth burning your daylight.
Developer 11bit Studios have done it yet again, this time combining deep city and empire building, a haunting story, and plenty of surprises into the frozen masterpiece that is Frostpunk. Those looking for something new and cool (or cold) can chill out with this unique city-building experience.
One of a long series of books by author Andrew Peterson, First to Kill kicks off the series with an exciting thrill ride that takes readers into the heart of special operations, dirty fighting, double crosses and fierce combat occurring in the shadows around the globe.
Smoke and Sacrifice is a game with a lot of potential, a unique world and interesting gameplay mechanics. Unfortunately, it also has some of the biggest bugs and technical flaws that we have ever experienced in a supposedly complete Nintendo Switch title.
This week Billy is checking out a game about selling loot found inside dungeons. No, it isn’t Moonlighter again. This game is called Soul Sword.
Moonlighter is a wonderful game that stands as yet another testament to not all Kickstarter projects being bad. The marriage of dungeon diving and running a shop works incredibly well and the love put into the game shines through with the graphics and audio.
The If Tomorrow Comes novel follows humanity as they build a spaceship to follow aliens to a promised nirvana, only to discover some hard truths. It’s a good book, but you probably need to read the original novella first.
Destiny 2 continues to expand with Warmind DLC, giving players access to new areas, new enemies, exotic weapons, a unique new raid, and several hours of new single-player content. For those who love this sci-fi shooter, its just more icing on the cake, though it doesn’t actually change the core game in any significant ways.
This week’s Time Waster is a game called Lost Sea that challenges players with traversing a series of islands after a plane wreck strands them in the Bermuda Triangle.
Murderous Pursuits is one of those titles where players move around a giant party and pretend to be harmless non-player characters, while secretly hunting other real players in a deadly game of tag. But a few questionable, unbalanced skills and a lack of players serves to obscure some of the fun at this soiree.
One of the new type of LitRPG books with a story based on a role-playing game world, The Battle Begins, the first book in the Bushido Online series, provides a surprisingly engaging tale about a blind fighter struggling to recapture his life after an injury.
It’s time to fry some big Mechs once again, as BATTLETECH plods onto the gaming scene. With such a rich history in both computer games and pen and paper titles, expectations were high for this robot rumble, but is BATTLETECH up for that considerable challenge?
Like most of us here at GiN, Todd will be watching all the major E3 Expo press conferences with a careful eye. Given the state of the market, and what happened last year, who will most wow their fans this time around? Bethesda? Sony? EA? Microsoft? Ubisoft? Nintendo? It’s time!
Michael’s back with a look at one of the bigger scandals in recent Anime news for this week’s Anime Sunday. It’s the New Life+ Controversy!
There’s a lot of new information about Super Smash Bros. Ultimate out, including Ridley joining the fight, but of course Nintendrones are never satisfied.
Forgoing the glitz and flash of some of the other console companies and game makers, Nintendo instead opted to put together a video showcasing all their pending games. The packed presentation includes DAEMON X MACHINA, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Torna, Pokéball Plus, Super Mario Party, Fire Emblem Three Houses, Fortnite, Overcooked 2, Super Smash Bros and much more.
Solo: A Star Wars story wasn’t a hit at the box office, but it delivers a fun, entertaining space adventure with some nice moments and some misfires.
The Call of Duty World League, Presented by PlayStation 4, returns to the Anaheim Convention Center for the final Global Open Event of the Call of Duty: WWII season. Teams are competing for a share of a $4.2 million prize pool.
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Daniel Greenberg grew up playing Dungeons and Dragons and creating fantastic worlds. Then after college he worked on some of the most iconic RPGs and videogames ever made. Today, his games help those struggling with health problems and other serious issues.
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.
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