This week our Time Waster is checking out a game called Not Really Tennis that is all about raking up high scores against others.
Lemuria: Lost in Space finds players in the role of an android space detective, trying to determine what happened to a ship that disappeared 70 years ago. Your investigations take place in a glorious throwback point and click adventure.
This week we’re off to Vegas, baby! We dive into Snake Eyes, Book 11 in the Demon Accords series by author John Conroe. What happens in Vegas…could kill off the everyone in this exciting novel.
Blitzkrieg 3 is an updated version of the original 2015 game. Currently in Early Access this World War II strategy game adds a new dimension with an advanced Neural Network AI called Boris. Playable through a custom multiplayer game Boris will prove a challenge for players as he learns and adapts. It is your goal to outsmart Boris and claim victory.
This week Billy is gearing up for some high-speed action in a top-down racer called Built for Speed that is available for mobile devices.
Gamers should really appreciate the humor of Rise and Shine, an Adult Swim bullet hell type adventure that adds in some very clever humor, often at the expense of the game industry and many of its most sacred tropes.
Shift Happens is a quirky and enjoyable puzzle platformer about two creatures made of jelly escaping from their lab and setting off on a grand adventure. Simple but fun, with a little bit of humor mixed in, it might just jiggle its way into your heart.
Bad Dream: Coma crafts a disturbing and horrific narrative filled with an unsettling ambiance that should appeal to gamers looking for an adventuresome twist, so long as they can appreciate the horror elements.
This week out Time Waster is checking out a game called Bullet Soul that helps expand the number of shump games available on PC.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands is one of the largest open-world shooters ever created, giving players the ability to fight a guerilla-style war with whatever weapons and tactics they choose. It’s a truly unique and exciting experience that is different every time.
A game high on heart but with a bit of short circuit on delivery, Phoning Home attempts to provide an epic tale of two little robots trying to get back home. Players will really want to love it, but that might be easier said than done.
Daughter of Dragons is the first book in the brand-new Legacy of Dragons trilogy by author Jack Campbell. It follows the Pillars of Reality series that we previously reviewed, and is starting to get just as good.
Todd upgraded to the Xbox One S a while ago, but always had plans to make the leap to Scorpio if the console looked impressive. With details starting to come out, it looks like it might be one of the most powerful consoles ever created, with full backwards compatibility to boot.
Michael’s back with a Quick Review for this week’s Sensate Saturday. It’s Samon the Summoner by Numa Shun!
The Dark Souls board game is out and Joe is ready to pick up a copy, but it is only available in the United Kingdom right now.
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.
In Mass Effect: Andromeda, BioWare continues to rely on humans being at the centre of the universe, which only serves as a means of making aliens the exotic other who are simply there for a quick snog in the engine room.
H1Z1: Fight for the Crown, the first official team-based tournament for Daybreak Games’ massive competitive shooter, H1Z1: King of the Kill, came to an action-packed finish as Obey Alliance fired the last shots to win the tournament on live TV. The team suffered no casualties at all, while defeating 75 other players in the melee.
Marion Constante from The GiN Lounge gang was hanging out with thousands of other Star Wars fans in Orlando this week at Star Wars Celebration 2017, one of the coolest places in the galaxy. She brought back movie, comic book, Rebels and videogame news for us about all things Star Wars.
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. New upcoming titles are also announced.
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.
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