Just in time for the spooky Halloween season, The Vanishing of Ethan Carter brings us a thoughtful tale that delivers an eerie bit of American gothic without becoming period melodrama. It’s an adventure game you will want to dive into.
The Dragonfall DLC to the Shadowrun RPG game was so popular, the developer decided to release Dragonfall: Director’s Cut as a standalone title. Packed with new missions, better graphics and a streamlined interface, it’s not one to miss.
Welcome Time Wasters! So I was browsing around on Steam a couple of weeks ago when I ran across a game titled Metal Dead. Being the zombie fan that I am, I gave it a look and determined I’d probably […]
Supreme Ruler Ultimate takes the amazing World War II parts of the Supreme Ruler series and pairs it with both modern day and future war scenarios for a uniquely fun and challenging experience that spans several eras of wargaming.
Stronghold Crusader 2 is a must-have for defensive minded players, where your ability to design an ingenious fortress may be all that keeps you safe from your enemies hail of arrows. It’s so much fun to build them up and knock them down.
Although Diablo III had more problems than most games at launch, over the years the developers have been patching and improving it in a way that fans surly appreciate. Game fan Matt Jones breaks down how Blizzard earned their respect.
The Steam online service just went through a major update that adds personalized shopping, more granular searches and the ability for anyone to become a game curator helping others. We chat with Valve’s Alden Kroll to sort it all out.
It seemed like a great thing, giving PlayStation Plus gamers a version of the exclusive racer Driveclub for free on the PlayStation 4 in October. But massive problems with the paid version of the game have left the free players spinning their wheels.
Michael is continuing with his log of the first week in Destiny for this week’s Video Game Tuesday. Come find out how his first attempt at a Weekly Heroic Strike went.
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.
A writing for games course gives Chella renewed passion for games and the stories they can tell. Plus she gets to attend a Q&A session with Rhianna Pratchett.
This week Jordan and Joe make a colossal error in judgment, deciding to take on a monster that neither one of them are equipped to handle. See if you can guess which game they are playing badly this week.
Billy White has been walking with the dead for two seasons now, and he’s ready to rule on how Telltale’s season two did in bringing us the continuing adventures of Clementine and the other survivors from The Walking Dead video game.