Blood and Wine is packed with the final quests for the beloved Witcher 3: Wild Hunt series. And boy, does the series go out on a high note with a beautiful new world, never-before seen features and more high-level content than you can slay with a silver sword.
This week our Time Waster discovered a browser game titled Cloud Wars Sunny Day 2, but is it really worth your time to check out?
We Are the Dwarves is a unique real-time strategy game where your Dwarven astronauts must explore and use tactics to conquer a previously unknown planet that is teeming with creatures and sci-fi dangers of all kinds.
This week we go monster hunting with MEG: Nightstalkers by Steve Alten, a horror novel that might leave you afraid to head into the water after reading. It’s prehistoric horror this week for our literary review.
A journey of a thousand miles begins with one small step. Overfall follows Lao Tzu in this thinking, except in a boat, during this turn-based RPG that neither entirely over-delivers nor underperforms. Oh, did we mention the really cool big heads?
This week Billy is caught up in a short, but moving game called Orikami that tackles some tough subject matter in a great way. Find out how this little game can have a big impact on players in our weekly TimeWaster column.
Ascent – The Space Game is an indie MMO where players can explore over 270 billion star systems. So players can literally both boldly go where no one has gone before, and also play constantly for years without ever learning even half of the universe’s many secrets.
With a plot that strongly resembles the classic fairy tale Beauty and the Beast, The Fire Rose, Book One of the Elemental Master Series by Mercedes Lackey is an interesting take in the urban fantasy genre.
Presented as an episodic gangster-era adventure, Blues and Bullets is an interesting take on detective-style gaming, with a gritty art and voice-work style to compliment the story. Get ready for a film noir type experience and a gritty story punctuated with lead.
Billy’s Time Waster this week had him tackling Shadow Arts, a hack-n-slash type of game with some turn-based RPG elements thrown in.
Todd dives into his half-year list of the best videogames that he has played in 2016 so far, and also, of course, the worst of the bunch. In a year that has been a little bit bland for gaming so far, Todd offers up some of the highs and lows.
Michael’s back with an odd adaptation of a favorite series for this week’s Manga Monday! It’s Fate/mahjong night by TYPE-MOON!
After listening to every conference at E3 2016 and reading just about every major press release, the GiN Lounge crew go over everything that was said, implied and promised from E3 in 2016. What games and new hardware should you most be looking forward to playing?
There’s nothing like getting several crit fails in a row during a DnD session and poor Neil learns that first hand during this week’s session.
Drew and Chella pick their favourite game announcements from this year’s press conferences at E3 2016. Which games, companies and hardware wowed our veteran gamers?
Timothy Zahn is well known as a Star Wars author, but he also wrote many other books in the sci-fi and fantasy genre including the Cobra series, The Icarus Hunt, The Conquerors Saga, Dragonback series and the Quadrail series. He has written over forty novels, many more short stories and novellas. He came to AwesomeCon this year to talk all things sci-fi, but especially Star Wars.
Welcome. If any of you are regulars here at GiN, you probably remember that I played through Final Fantasy IX last year as part of my New Year’s Resolution. Final Fantasy IX was a very polarizing game for me. I … Continue reading Why Final Fantasy IX Has the Saddest Ending of Any Game
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