The Far Cry 4 Valley of the Yetis DLC is a standalone adventure for the main game that introduces a new defensive type of gameplay and a terrifying new creature. What’s not to like?
This week Billy returns to a series that was one of the first Time Wasters with Sushi CATapult. How does the series hold up years later?
Harvest Moon purists may find the simplified gameplay of Story of Seasons to be a comparative blasphemy, but the game does have good multi-tasking, a faster pace and lots of upgrade options. It’s also suitable for any age or skill level, and pretty fun.
Hoi Chummers! Let’s Play the first few single player levels of Shadownrun Chronicles: Boston Lockdown with a rat shaman named Herr Maus at the head of the team.
Tormentum – Dark Sorrow takes point and click adventuring into a dark and sadistic world that may push the sanity of your average point and click players. It’s dark, deadly and eerily beautiful.
This week out Time Waster checked out Westerado: Double Barreled, which is a western-set game all about avenging your family. Is it worth a buy?
Rooms: The Unsolvable Puzzle from Handmade Game is out on May 1st, but we got an exclusive preview play-through of some of the innovative new levels. See if we can noodle out a few of these impossibly fun puzzles.
The second episode of Life is Strange is out now, and brings with it new characters and a decidedly darker element to the delightful storyline. Join our reviewer as she rewinds time and tries to be kind in face of it all those new challenges.
Supreme Ruler Ultimate was the Gameindustry.com Game of the Year for strategy titles. Now packed with new features, online editor Neal Sayatovich gives it a new spin. This time, he tries something really new, taking the state of Ohio for a spin. Can Ohio conquer the world?
Episode Three of Game of Thrones: The Sword in the Darkness by Telltale Games introduces some new characters, deeper mysteries and surprises. It’s the best of the series so far, and that is saying a lot given how good this series is becoming.
After years of waiting and many angry rants, Step Revolution finally brings ReRave to the Android platform. Is it enough to placate Hargosh? You bet! In fact, he says that all is forgiven.
Michael is back with another musical Manga for this week’s Manga Monday. It’s time to be moved with Soul CatcherS by Shinkai Hideo!
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.
Chella delves into the Mass Effect 4 marketing survey, which allegedly reveals key details about BioWare’s next space opera. She looks at the ship, gameplay, possible characters and new alien races.
Jordan is taking a rare trip away from his consoles and PC to see Avengers: Age of Ultron, but does he really need to leave them a note to say so?
For the past two months, Michael Blaker has been working undercover. He posed as a female gamer to find out if all the talk about women players being mistreated in games was true. Come learn how he did it, and some of the surprising things he learned in the GiN Lounge this week.
Super Smash Bros for the Wii U is already brimming with characters, but there can always be more, right? This week we ask our editors who or what they would add to the game if there were no restrictions on their pick.
Billy is working hard on his New Year’s resolution to beat a bunch of games on his backlog and he has an update on his progress so far.