It’s zombies vs aliens – which would you rather fight, in a dire, save the world against an invasion type scenario? James and Chella Argue the Toss on gameindustry.com’s bitesize podcast.
On Argue the Toss this week, things go a bit musical. Don’t worry, James and Chella aren’t singing, but they are back with their fantasy game bands. This episode includes Sonic, Airwolf, Professor Layton and more. But how and why? There’s only one way to find out…
With the GiN Games of the Year awards complete for 2014, the inevitable controversy over who won what can begin. Did the best games win? That, as always with the games of the year contest, is open for interpretation. But come on, that’s what makes the whole thing so much fun.
James and Chella are back to Argue the Toss about the game characters they’ve had crushes on. Stop by and see if your favorite character crushes made our list. Oh la la!
Downloaded content for games, or DLC, can be a great way to extend the gameplay beyond what is originally offered for those who love the game. But these days, there is quite a lot of crappy DLC, day one DLC that should be part of the main game, or inconsequential items that aren’t worth the money. How can we tame those DLC beasts?
Welcome to the first episode of Argue the Toss. Find out what ‘argue the toss’ means, plus James and Chella discuss the best game worlds to live in.
The game of the year nominations are in, and what a great crop of titles you have to choose from when you cast your final votes. Come by and see what the GiN Lounge crew have to say about them.
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.