Jordan can’t seem to do well in rhythm games, but that never stops him from buying new ones when they come out.
This week out time Waster turned to his trusty smartphone companion to experience a turn-based puzzle game called Rust Bucket.
This week Billy is caught up in a game that isn’t exactly what it appears to be at first, and its name is Frog Fractions!
This week Billy is switching it up with the Time Waster with Holodrive, a 2D arena shooter that’s still in its Early Access stage.
This week our Time Waster is checking out a browser game called 1985 that looks to pay tribute to some of Nintendo’s best series, but does it work?
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 honestly didn’t like a lot of things about it. The characters were mostly boring, I hated most of the minigames and the plot was convoluted as all get out (I know, I know. That’s standard protocol for a Final Fantasy game.) Still, there were many things I did like about it. One of which was the history and lore of … Continue reading Why Final Fantasy IX Has the Saddest Ending of Any Game
This week Billy is adventuring through ancient Egyptian ruins in an effort to dispel the curse placed on him in Pharaoh Rebirth+.
This week Billy is diving back into smartphone gaming with a new entry in the Tales series called Tales of Link. Does it match up to its bigger siblings?
Billy is back again this week with an updated version of PolyRace, and he’s glad to say that he now has a proper experience with the game. Race on in and find out how fast a game of PolyRace on one of its millions of tracks actually goes.
Billy wanted to play a great Time Waster this week, but instead he got PolyRace and he’s not exactly happy with how he spent his time gaming this week.