In the beginning, the one advantage consoles had over PCs was getting everyone together around the TV to play a game. And while many Wii gamers know this, others might have forgotten, with rare exceptions.
Sequels sometimes get a bad rap, though most of the time they deserve a bit of lampooning. However, there are a few games where the sequel beats the original. Come celebrate number twos with us!
Japan used to be the vanguard of the game industry, leading the way by innovative examples and top technology. But lately, their influence is waning, replaced by young developers outside the land of the rising sun.
The GiN Gang looks at some major innovations found in recent games, and laments the fact that, sadly, most new titles are just more of the same. But innovation doesn’t always equal commercial success, so we understand.
As technology advances, devices get smaller and a lot more fun. Today cell phones and other tiny gadgets have become true portable gaming machines, with developers producing some amazing titles.
Kelly and Todd go head to head this week on a variety of issues like Rock Band: Beatles vs. Guitar Hero 5, and if Brutal Legend will rock your world. Most battles are stalemates, though some are clear cut victories.
The frontlines in the console war have been pretty static for a while now. But with Microsoft going for motion control and Sony finally lowering prices, could this be a renewed offensive against the Wii?
In the past few months since our last GiN Lounge show on MMOs, several new massively-multiplayer games have been released like D&D Online and Aion. We update you on the comings and goings of MMO worlds.
Racing games are more popular than ever, fueled by NASCAR-hungry fans and extreme racing titles like the Burnout series. We take a few laps with race game reviewer Todd Hargosh to predict what’s around the next corner.
The ESRB is there to protect the kids, right? Not if you believe curmudgeonly reporter Nate Wooley, who says the current system puts moral choices in the hands of Wal-Mart. And Chella just wants to show us how it’s done across the pond.