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.
Believe it or not, 2014 is more than halfway over. To celebrate, we discuss some of the games that have captured our fancy, and ask you what titles you’ve most enjoyed…so far.
The Walking Dead Season 2 Episode 3: In Harm’s Way took things for Clementine and the other survivors in a somewhat expected direction, but also added more of the role-playing aspects that we all love.
Another E3 Expo has rolled in on us again as the 2014 show opens its doors. To kick things off, Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo pulled back the curtains to show what they will be planning for us in the next year.
The GiN Lounge crew looks at some of the fascinating books and novels our reviewers have been reading, and examines where these excellent adventures fit in with their game worlds.
News that the urban legend of Atari burying thousands of Atari 2600 copies of E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial has been confirmed. This has led the lounge crew to think back on other terrible games that should have probably been tossed in as well.
From Watchdogs to The Division, we examine all the games that players should be looking forward to in the first half of 2014. We also talk about some of the games that have already made a splash like Titanfall and Thief, as well as indie games like Banished, Gone Home and Banner Saga.