Breaking Up Is Hard To Do

Never Breakup is a game for the Nintendo Switch that is meant to be played with another person sitting right there beside you. Given the pandemic, that wasn’t possible for our reviewer, and playing this one alone is a tough challenge.

 
 
Lovely Lounge Lizards Meet Up in We Should Talk

We should talk is an adventure game where the player must construct texts in order to build love or lies with their girlfriend, and other folks lurking in a neon-drenched bar. The range of good and bad choices is pretty amusing, and the game features nine possible endings.

A Haunting Masterpiece: The Last of Us Part II

The Last of Us Part II is a beautiful masterpiece that not only continues the story from the first game, but also offers one of the most compelling and narrative-driven stories of the entire PlayStation 4 era.

 
 
Chasing The Dragon Again in Panzer Dragoon Remake

Nostalgia can be a powerful force, as our reviewer found out when he begged, borrowed and stole to get a copy of Panzer Dragoon: Remake. But that fuzzy feeling can only go so far, and sometimes, the past is best left as a memory.

Towaga Among Shadows: A Shooter With Enlightenment

Stand your ground in the beautiful shooter Towaga: Among Shadows as you defend your home and purify temples while also approaching enlightenment and saving the souls of damned. There is a lot to do, and all of it is fun!

 
 
John Wick Hex Casts its Spell

John Wick Hex takes the strategic chess-like dance of death that the Keanu Reeves character is known for and puts it front and center in an extreme tactical strategy game that is as much about time management and counting seconds as it is about raw destruction and murderous mayhem.

Danger and Delusion in The Case of the Damaged Detective

The plot of The Case of the Damaged Detective, 5-Minute Sherlock Book 01 is ridiculously annoying and amusing, with a government experiment allowing a man to overclock his brain for five minutes. It’s basically a road trip buddy story, in the style of Sherlock Holmes.

 
 
My First Drone has a Mind of its Own

As part of our look at toys and games aimed at younger players, we test out the Oaxis My First Drone, a funny toy of very little brain, though its antics are sometimes pretty amusing. It might sound like a swarm of angry bees in flight, but this little guy would not hurt a fly.

Be Kind and Rewind With Timelie!

Timelie is a challenging puzzle game where you have to combine stealth, skill and one heck of a talented house cat to try and outsmart an evil army or murderous robots. But don’t worry, if you get caught, you can always rewind time and try again.

 
 
Wonderful Western Tactical Action with Desperados III

The wild west just got a little bit more deadly with Desperados III, a gorgeous small-scale tactical RTS that will challenge your motley crew of misfits to employ their unique skills while conquering seemingly impossible odds over an epic campaign.

Pirates Outlaws Offers Deck Building On the High Seas

Pirates Outlaws takes the much-loved pirate genre and creates a deck-building, competitive card game around it. Although it could do with a little more polish, Pirates Outlaws has more than enough swagger to make for a fun adventure.

 
 
Black Desert Mobile Merchantry

The Black Desert Online game is great at providing an ocean of content for its players on the iOS and Android platforms. This week we examine a newly released feature called Merchantry where your adventurer can get rich and famous.

Gaming’s Forgotten Wonders

This week The Skirmisher is letting his powder dry. Instead of griping about something, he breaks out some amazing games of yesteryear and tries to forget all about his troubles. Could these forgotten classics lift your spirits too?

GiN Game of the Year Winners

The world situation kind of upended the Game of the Year contest this time around. But many of you were able to vote, and we appreciate everyone who did. While there will be no physical ceremony due to social distancing restrictions, we did want to celebrate the great games that made the year so special. Here are your choices for the games of the year!

Save State: Come at me Scrublord, I’m Ripped

This week our Save State columnist dives into one game series that you probably all know well, The Halo Master Chief Collection, and one game that you may not have ever played, or at least remember: Yggdra Union.

Hero or villain? Virtual Comic-Con

The Game Over guys aren’t sure what to make of virtual Comic-Con this year. Sure, we all need to social distance, but is dressing up in costume and sitting alone at home watching YouTube videos really something to wake up early for?

FIT and Yellowbrick Launch Gaming and Esports Online Education Program

Yellowbrick, in collaboration with New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology, today announced the launch of Gaming and Esports Industry Essentials, a program designed to explore the expansive and lucrative world of Gaming and Esports.

A Timely Repair For A Busted PlayStation

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.

 
How the Game Industry can Support the Black Lives Matter Movements

GameIndustry.com editorialist Junae Benne shows ways that game companies and gamers are supporting Black Lives Matter movements and rallying for change that can make the world a better place. GameIndustry.com encourages gamers everywhere to get involved.

 
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