The year 2015 has come to a close and Billy is finally ready to report in on his New Year’s Resolution from the past year. Did he succeed in clearing 25 games from his backlog, or did it go the way of every other new Year’s Resolution ever made?
Almost no other storyline has inspired as many video games, movies, comic books, novels and role-playing games as Star Wars. Our hardest of hardcore fans, Lisa Campos, takes a look at Star Wars: The Force Awakens for the new greatness it creates, and also several missed opportunities.
Billy is heading into the home stretch in his seemingly-impossible New Year’s resolution to clear 25 games from his backlog. As an update, he is actually doing pretty well, though it’s the final stretch that could really leave him just shy of the goal line. Lots of RPGs in there. Will he make it? And have you thought about your own backlog of games too?
Billy made a New Year’s Resolution to play over 25 games in his back catalog. Now that he’s at the halfway part of the year, we check in to see how he’s doing on this monumental project. We know he beat Final Fantasy III, but has a ways to go. Good luck Billy!
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.
The votes are counted, and we are finally ready to reveal the top game of the year in various categories, as chosen by thousands of GiN readers like you. Did the best games win?
Billy has a unique problem. He has too many games and not enough time to play them all. And his backlist is loooooong. So his New Year’s Resolution is to play more and more games this year.
Neal gives us his yearly take on the state of horror gaming, with titles like Evil Within setting the benchmark that others, even the top dogs like Resident Evil, will need to follow.
All week we’ve talked about horror games that you can load up right now that will give you a good scare, but here are six where the hardest part might be finding a working copy. Cue the obscure horror games masterpieces.