Untold Book Checks in on Spy Series Five Years Later

We’ve been covering the Alex and Cassidy spy thriller book series for quite some time, so it was odd when book four was kind of a conclusionary tale. We find out why in book five, which takes place five years later, though with no less intrigue.

Puzzling the Light and Shadow with Fracter

Fracter is one of the most interesting and artistic puzzle games that we have reviewed in a long time. Telling a haunting tale mostly only using light and shadow, the game challenges players to figure it out, and what is actually going on in its unique world.

Rockman 20XX Is Fun to Watch, But Not to Play

This week Billy is checking out a promotional game for pop group Team Shachi called Rockman 20XX that features Mega Man as an old…man? Robot?

Night Call Delivers Intense Noir Ambience

Set in the dark streets of Paris and seen through the rainy windows of a busy night shift taxi, you play a driver with a silver tongue in the Noir-like adventure Night Call. Talk to your passengers. Observe the world around you. And don’t get framed for your own attempted murder.

Pixel Art Guide Helps Budding Game Makers Get Started

Make Your Own Pixel Art is a fun guide to help young people get started making art and animations with pixels, and forming the basis for either a hobby or even full career in game design.

Playing Dustwind’s New Solo Story Mode

What happens when you take a real-time multiplayer battlefield type game and add a single player story mode? That’s what Dustwind did, and we find out what happens next in our review.

Shootout 3D Murdered by Ads

Billy’s time wasting this week was brought to a sudden halt when a slew of ads sprung forth from Shootout 3D and buried him alive.

Zombies from They Are Billions Flood Consoles

The billions of zombies in They Are Billions gave the bite down to many PC gamers, and now this hardcore RTS masterpiece is marching over to consoles. The game is solid there, but the real enemy might be managing a difficult war against the undead with an Xbox or PlayStation controller.

Acquisitions Incorporated Adds Silly Spice to D&D Worlds

The Acquisitions Incorporated supplement for Dungeons and Dragons is packed with the same kind of wacky, over the top corporate humor found in the famous Penny Arcade podcasts and comics of the same name. If you love those, then this is your game.

Pure 2D Platformer Awesomeness with Robbie Swifthand

With smooth controls, slick artwork, unique gameplay mechanics and an engaging story, Robbie Swifthand and the Orb of Mysteries could be one of the best 2D platformers that we have played in quite some time.

Rolling on by the Marble Trap

The time wasting from Billy this week is still on PC and it looks like he’s going to be ducking and dodging though obstacles in Marble Trap.

Pathfinder: Kingmaker Finally Grabs RPG Glory

Plagued with problems at launch, Pathfinder: Kingmaker finally is patched up and refined enough to offer an interesting role-playing and kingdom management hybrid game that is as fun to play as it is unique.

Sometimes, do you think the developers are just showing off a bit? Best Games of the Generation, So Far

With rumors of the next generation consoles on the horizon, Todd celebrates the games that made top marks on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Steam and the PC. Yes, there are still more titles yet to come, but these are his picks of the generation’s best games so far.

What’s Up With the Final Fantasy 7 Remake?

More footage of the Final Fantasy 7 Remake is out and Jordan’s not sold anymore with all the extra additions that are being made.

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.

From the Desk of Cedric, Researcher at the Federal Bureau of Control

This official communique from a researcher employed by the Federal Bureau of Control is strictly for the recipient’s eyes only. Do not read this letter unless you are Cedric’s mum. Failure to comply may result in severe consequences, such as the universe turning inside-out.

Konami Announces New Mega eSports Complex For Japan

Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. and the Konami Group today announced at Tokyo Game Show 2019 that the company will establish an esports complex within the Konami Creative Center Ginza (KCC GINZA), which is under construction at its new business base in Japan. It is scheduled to open next year.

Why Fire Emblem: Three Houses is so Different and so Good

Fire Emblem: Three Houses is the sixteenth game in the popular tactical RPG franchise, so it was a surprise to many that so much has changed. We dive into the changes the developers made, and why this is one of the best RPGs of all time for Nintendo.

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.


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