This time of year is traditionally kind of dull for gamers. It’s after the holidays but before the summer releases. But this year, there are several games that we can start playing now, with no need to wait. We’re off to a really good start!
With the GiN Game of the Year nomination phase in full swing, we take some time to talk about which games we think deserve special consideration this year. Agree or disagree, ultimately the choice is up to you.
Last year was a bit of a transitional time, which meant that not a lot of great games came out, though there were a few. However, with a new found focus, the industry seems ready to tear it up in 2015. These are our 2015 gaming wishes.
This has been a great year for gamers, and now we finally get some time off to enjoy all those amazing titles that you know have been piling up. Here’s hoping that your holiday is bright, filled with cheer and full of amazing games!
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.
It’s Thanksgiving, and the GiN Lounge crew are taking time away from stuffing their faces to talk about the other cool thing about the turkey holiday – a long weekend to play the hottest games. Be it Smash Bros, GTA or an indie game of choice, may your feast be merry and fun!
Ghosts and goblins take over The GiN Lounge this week as we discuss some of the classic spooky games of yesteryear and some of the modern titles that should be on your list of must-have games that deliver a fright.
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.
Some weeks are better than others, but last week was particularly bad. We had terrible personal attacks against a female developer, hackers hitting consoles and gamers being slandered. We break it all down in the lounge.
With both Sony and EA competing for the hearts and minds of console gamers, and battling between streaming and downloading, it means that gamers will soon have some choices to make.