Legends of Redwall Come to Life in New Children’s Game

Based on the bestselling children’s books by Brian Jaques, The Lost Legends of Redwall: The Scout tells the tale of either Liam or Sophia, two mice out to save their picturesque woodland home from invading rats. It’s a rate game that parents can play with thier kids.

 
 
Killing Time in Teamfight Tactics

This week Billy has been checking out Teamfight Tactics, it’s a new mode for League of Legends that is nothing like the normal game.

Back to the Future with Crash Team Racing Back N. Time

Crash Bandicoot and his wacky friends at Crash Team Racing have always been a great choice for kart racing games. Now with the second Grand Prix Season: Back N. Time, Crash is going back in time to move his game forward.

 
 
Book Series Teaches Kids How To Make Videogames

We are looking at some educational books designed to teach kids how to code. First up is Make Your Own Scratch Games, by author and videogame designer Anna Anthropy. This is a great tool for beginners, and will have them making their own games in no time.

Sisters Rule in Wolfenstein: Youngblood

Featuring a strong buddy tale of two Nazi-hunting sisters, Wolfenstein Youngblood attempts to take the series into a more modern era. With beautiful graphics, a smooth cooperative mode for two human players, a great story and plenty of action, it’s mission accomplished.

 
 
Killing Time With Timing Hero

This week’s Time Waster has Billy returning to the mobile grind, but this time it’s with Timing Hero, a game he doesn’t mind grinding in.

Lovecraft Lives in The Sinking City

With more than a little bit of a nod to H. P. Lovecraft, The Sinking City adventure game provides one of the truest representations of a Call of Cthulhu pen and paper role-playing game, and all the positives and negatives that entails.

 
 
Commitment Continues Promising Book Series

Commitment is book three in the Alex and Cassidy series, and like those before it delivers a plot that is laden with heavy intrigue. Some might say that Commitment is more of the same, but if you like spycraft in your books, this series has it in spades.

Put Evil in Its Place with Warhammer: Chaosbane

Warhammer: Chaosbane has been plagued with little bugs since launch, but now finally seems to have worked out the kinks to reveal a good action-oriented RPG that dives into some deep lore and good storytelling to create a compelling experience.

 
 
60 Seconds! Reatomized is Something

Billy is looking at 60 Seconds! Reatomized this week for the Time Waster and he has mixed feelings on the game and how it presents itself at first.

A Different Tune with Song of Memories

Song of Memories is a coming of age tale about a boy who has to grow up fast. Things get weird though when a mysterious band of beautiful girls arrive and vow to protect him from roving monsters…by dancing. Yes, it’s very odd, but also kind of cool.

 
 
Charting The Rise of Kirk in The Captain’s Oath

Fans of the original Star Trek are not going to want to miss seeing how events made Kirk one of Starfleet’s most iconic captains. Beyond just the Kirk angle, this is good science fiction at its best.

Didn’t Spend a Dime: Wolfenstein Youngblood Edition

Once again, Todd proves that just because a game like Wolfenstein Youngblood adds microtransactions, that you don’t have to use them unless you need a shortcut. Todd has completed Youngblood, and you know this is coming, didn’t spend a dime on microtransactions.

A Reminder on Column Topics

Michael was a bit amused and openly laughing at the outpouring of vitriol he received for a post a while back. So he has A Reminder on Column Topics for everyone.

Getting Ready for Gamescom

Gamescom is coming up on Monday and there are so many interesting gaming rumors going around that it’s like having a second E3.

GiN’s Complete E3 Expo 2019 Coverage

The Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3 as it is commonly called, was another exciting event this time around. Although the show was not quite as crazy as in previous years, and there were a few notable absences, there were plenty of surprises, and lots of gaming news, sometimes from unexpected and interesting places.

In the Loop – Games Where Repetitiveness Is The Point, And Repetitiveness Is The Point

This week Drew has been living out the same four days, over and over. He takes some time out this loop to explore the history of time loops in videogames, and offer some surprisingly strong words of praise for the guy from Weekend At Bernie’s.

Marvel Phase 4 – First Impressions; Also Star Trek

Spider-Man: Far From Home has brought the wildly successful third phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe to a close. Where can the franchise even go from here? Oh, Phase 4? Yeah, OK, that makes a lot of sense actually. Don’t know why we didn’t think of that.

QuakeCon to Continue Tradition of Giving at 2019 Event

This year’s QuakeCon will continue it’s legacy of giving as the American Red Cross, Dallas Pets Alive!, 1UpOnCancer, Anime for Humanity, Stack Up, and Gamers Outreach will have a presence at the show, providing attendees with several opportunities to donate, support, and give to help others.

He’s Got The Whole Virtual World In His Hands

Adam Berenzweig of CTRL-labs has been working for most of his life on helping humans and machines communicate with one another. His latest project is a revolutionary interface which will add much more of our bodies into virtual realities.

 
Interview with a Baltimore Comic-Con Cosplayer

As in previous years, cosplay is huge at the Baltimore Comic Con, a show that keeps comics solidly at it’s heart. We met Brandon Bazemore, a first time con-goer to ask him about cosplaying Miles Morales, the new Spider-Man.

 
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