Welcome Time Wasters! This week I spent my time exploring the cosmos in Universe Sandbox. Universe Sandbox is a strange game to have in my Steam library. The game isn’t exactly a game, but it’s more of a simulator. That’s strange for […]
By mixing several genres to form a hybrid rogue-like game, Dungeons of the Endless manages to fix the wrongs of a wavering genre and create a brilliantly addicting title in the process.
This week we present a narrative review of the new DLC, The Dark Below, for Destiny. Our reviewer loved the new story missions, and decided to pen a little story about his experiences.
Welcome Time Wasters! I’ve gone further than any hipster has hoped to go. Instead of just checking out a game in it’s alpha, I’m looking at one in its prealpha. Get your fedoras and neckbeards ready! (Note: I do own […]
While less than a full new game, the remade Grand Theft Auto V for next generation consoles offers a lot more than most players are probably expecting. New players or veterans, there is a lot to discover with the revamped Los Santos.
Play Magnus is a unique app that challenges players to face the world’s best chess player, Magnus Carlsen, at different phases of his life. The goal is to get more young people interested in chess. Find out how successful they’ve been so far.
Independent developer Victoria Arnold from Open Name Ltd talks with GiN about making good games that kids can play quickly before moving on to other things. Their first titles Bog Racer and Cut The Buttons have been wildly successful.
Obscure Horror Gems
Diablo III Corrections
PC Gaming Here To Stay
Dragon Age Inquisition
Todd is regretting selling his Wii U this week now that the console is racking up some great exclusive titles like Baynotta 2 and Super Smash Bros. And the news that Street Fighter V will be a PlayStation exclusive means he may need a new PS4 too.
This week for Retro Game Friday Michael is covering one of his favorite GBA games of all time. It’s Mega Man Zero!
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.
2014 has to be one of the strangest years I’ve seen, over my career in the games industry. It was the first year of the next generation consoles, so it should have been all about the positive. Alas, a vocal […]
This week the boys are pretty excited with information coming out about the pending new Zelda game. But perhaps some of their expectations are, shall we say, misplaced?
BattleGoat Studios makes some of the most impressive deep strategy games on the market today, and they do it with a small staff and an independent studio. Find out the magic behind Supreme Ruler this week in the GiN Lounge.