Mutant Mudds is a challenging and nostalgic trip down console lane for gamers who remember the old SNES days of side-scrolling classics. Whether or not it will be appreciated today is an open question.
Michael’s back with his favorite Zelda game of all time for this week’s Video Game Tuesday! It’s The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker!
Today Nordic Games officially announced Darksiders Warmastered Edition coming to PC, PlayStation 4 (PS4) and Xbox One, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft, and Nintendo Wii U. The release for all platforms is set for October 25th 2016, and it will retail for USD/EUR $19.99, and GBP 14.99, respectively. Darksiders Warmastered Edition is being developed by the experienced developers at KAIKO, who have already been involved with some of Nordic Games’ projects in the past, like the Xbox One Version of Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition and Legend of Kay Anniversary (all platforms). “We had a short-lived epidemic of … Continue reading Darksiders Warmastered Edition Announced for PC and Consoles
Nighthawk Interactive and independent developer The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild (QAG) have partnered to co-publish QAG’s original action-puzzle game Tumblestone at retail later this summer on the PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system and Nintendo’s Wii U system.
Nintendo decided to show off their games at E3 2016 this year in a series of shows from their live treehouse. Come find out about Pokemon Moon, The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild and live shots from the Nintendo booth.
With more votes cast than ever before, it probably means some really good choices for the 2015 GiN Game of the Year winners, right? Probably so, but lets take a look at everything that ended up winning top honors this week in the GiN Lounge.
Everyone probably used to race toy cars around their bedrooms when they were little. Super Toy Cars takes that concept and makes it real, bringing every kid’s imaginary raceways to life. Is that enough to help Super Toy Cars capture the checkered flag? Jump to the starting line and find out.
Players who enjoy rewarding combat systems and progression with a strong focus on exploration will more than likely love Xenoblade Chronicles X, the latest in this series to hit the Nintendo Wii U as an exclusive adventure on that console.
This is literally what’s going on in Billy’s household right now. Alia got him Xenoblade Chronicles X for Christmas and told him he could start playing it early. Now she’s further in the game than he is.
Having backwards compatibility on the Xbox One for many 360 games is something that quite a few gamers enjoy. But Sony is digging in and not allowing the same level of usability with the PlayStation 4, unless you want to pay PlayStation Now prices. Not exactly fair or equal treatment?