What could be better to play on Halloween than a creepy and cool platformer filled with gore and dread, and supported by great artwork and responsive controls. If you’re looking for some high-quality, creepy fun, dare to dive into The Guise this Halloween.
Supergiant Games has done it again, giving gamers Hades, a game with an incredible art style, brilliant voice acting, stunning music and rock-solid gameplay that’s almost impossible to put down. This is even better than their previous hits like Bastion, Transistor and Pyre.
King’s League is one of the new crop of LitRPGs set in or around a videogame world. The concept is nothing new at this point, and sadly King’s League does little to advance the genre, though the audiobook acting is still top notch and worth a listen.
Kingdoms of Amalur was a fun if quirky action RPG when it was originally released back in 2012. It didn’t do great back then, but earned a legion of hardcore fans. Now remade as Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning, it gets a second chance to impress RPG-loving gamers.
If you’re tired of Fortnite for your PvP action, then the spell slinging and magical world of Spellbreak might be your new best friend. See if this free-to-play combat-oriented MMO can cast its spell over you too!
When it was originally released in 2005, Destroy All Humans featured lots of fun and unique elements that have since been copied by many other titles. But if you want to see how the original did it, check out the fully remastered Destroy All Humans for some crude humor and comical alien invasions.
We thought that the Bobiverse books were done after the completion of the excellent third one. But author Dennis E. Taylor surprises us with Heaven’s River, a title that continues this excellent sci-fi saga.
Challenging players to rush through strikingly colorful levels as quickly and accurately as possible is the key to happiness in Post Void. It’s not a shooter for everyone, but it’s a lot of fun in short bursts, if your heart can take it.
Seeped in the Legend of King Arthur and dripping with atmosphere, Pendragon challenges players to rally to their king’s side in a unique title that balances story progression with turn-based combat. It’s time to get medieval on your enemies.
There has never been a more realistic starfighter combat game as Star Wars Squadrons. You can even play in virtual reality which is s truly amazing experience. The game is heavily tilted in favor of multiplayer interactions, though the single player part still offers a decent ride.
GIN reviews a microphone from TONOR that offers great quality for podcasters on a budget. Our reviewer tested this one out for a few weeks with everything from podcasting to streaming games with friends, and it always offered crystal clear audio, which is a shock given the low cost.
Hard day at work? Want to get away from the craziness of the pandemic, or the election, or just real life for a while? Give Hadr a try for some peaceful and almost aimless gameplay designed for maximum relaxation.
The Skirmisher rages against single player games that force their players to always be online and actively connected in order to play, which is an especially boneheaded move for a mobile platform like the Nintendo Switch.
Reunited with the crew of the Discovery once more, Burnham continues her mission to find the remains of Starfleet and the Federation. The Discovery heads toward Earth, following instructions from a twelve year old transmission, where what they find is not at all what they expected. This week: “People of Earth.”
With most in-person events cancelled or becoming virtual, it’s no wonder that role-players are also taking advantage of online platforms to get together and conquer their high fantasy, sci-fi or more traditional Dungeons and Dragons-like worlds. We checked out the Roll20 platform over the past few months, and loved what we found.
This week the Save State goes to war in Blaster Master II and building a greener world in Stardew Valley.
It’s almost November, and that means that we all have a very tough choice ahead. The Gamer Garage Podcast crew tackles this vitally important issue on their show today.
This week Chella and Drew recount their favourite experiences from this year’s AdventureX.
TGS Esports has teamed up with Chicago Gaming United to produce an epic NBA2K tournament for Chicagoland high school students, with the winner of each division receiving educational scholarships.
One of the most important senses for gamers is sight. But constant videogaming combined with everyday screen time can put a lot of strain on our eyes. We talk with an eye doctor about ways gamers can help protect their sight while playing.
When lightning destroyed our editor’s PlayStation 4, he thought his console gaming would be put on hold for a long time. But a streamlined and professional repair process from Sony got him running and gunning again in no time. Find out how the whole repair process went.
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