Developer 11bit Studios have done it yet again, this time combining deep city and empire building, a haunting story, and plenty of surprises into the frozen masterpiece that is Frostpunk. Those looking for something new and cool (or cold) can chill out with this unique city-building experience.
Smoke and Sacrifice is a game with a lot of potential, a unique world and interesting gameplay mechanics. Unfortunately, it also has some of the biggest bugs and technical flaws that we have ever experienced in a supposedly complete Nintendo Switch title.
Moonlighter is a wonderful game that stands as yet another testament to not all Kickstarter projects being bad. The marriage of dungeon diving and running a shop works incredibly well and the love put into the game shines through with the graphics and audio.
Destiny 2 continues to expand with Warmind DLC, giving players access to new areas, new enemies, exotic weapons, a unique new raid, and several hours of new single-player content. For those who love this sci-fi shooter, its just more icing on the cake, though it doesn’t actually change the core game in any significant ways.
Murderous Pursuits is one of those titles where players move around a giant party and pretend to be harmless non-player characters, while secretly hunting other real players in a deadly game of tag. But a few questionable, unbalanced skills and a lack of players serves to obscure some of the fun at this soiree.
It’s time to fry some big Mechs once again, as BATTLETECH plods onto the gaming scene. With such a rich history in both computer games and pen and paper titles, expectations were high for this robot rumble, but is BATTLETECH up for that considerable challenge?
One of the most explosive, quirky, unforgiving and fun rogue-like games to come out in a long time, Death Road to Canada combines text adventure dilemmas with pixel graphics action sequences, wrapped in a crazy world filled with death, zombies and Canadians.
Over the weekend in Los Angeles, GiN Online Editor Neal Sayatovich and selected press from around the world got a chance to play a pre-alpha version of Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4. Find out how the game will work, and how it plays as development continues.
Tunnel Rush immediately made me feel like Han Solo, guiding a spaceship through speeding light beams and avoiding obstacles that seem to pop up out of nowhere. But this game has a far more retro vibe that comes from arcade-style graphics and a simple enough concept.
Extinction puts players in the role of a roguish hero trying to defend his homeland against a hoard of ravenous, giant monsters. He does this by climbing up their bodies and crushing their heads. It’s all very Attack on Titan-eske, but pretty fun for an RPG with a twist.