A Vampire Port That Falls Well Short

While Vampire’s Fall seems like a pretty good idea, with players taking on the role of a powerful vampire out for revenge, the game originally came out for mobile platforms – and probably should have stayed there. Some of the mobile gameplay just does not translate well in this port.

Pizza DLC Adds The Works to Cooking Simulator

If all of those Thanksgiving leftovers get to be too much, check out the new Pizza DLC for Cooking Simulator for a change of pace and palate. This one will have you using real recipes to craft the perfect pizza pies to please both yourself and your adoring customers.

London Calling: The Living, Legendary Gameplay of Watch Dogs Legion

Watch Dogs Legion is one of the most ambitious games ever created, giving players an entire living city full of people to recruit, fight, abuse or liberate, or just to hang out and play darts with if you want. As such, everyone’s game is going to be completely different, but all of them will be pretty awesome.

The Deep Blue Good By Novel Offers Classic Adventure

The Deep Blue Good By from John D. MacDonald is a thriller out of the 1960s set in the Florida Keys, now given good narration though Audible Studios. It offers a classic if dated take on the mystery thriller, and influences a lot of tales even today.

Sailing into Headwinds on Her Majesty’s Ship

It sounds like a good idea in theory. Take the tall sailing ships of yesteryear and build a management simulation around them while you slowly gain prestige and power in the Royal Navy. But Her Majesty’s Ship turns into a bit of a click and wait fest that sinks the gameplay.

Powering Revolt in Blaze Revolutions

Rage against the corporate machine society while restoring the Earth to its natural state in the colorful and fast-paced Blaze Revolutions. Oh, and learn a lot about hemp farming too, for whatever reason. This is one quirky and cool little game.

Steely Real Time Combat in Iron Harvest

Iron Harvest is a real time strategy game that lets players re-fight World War I in a steam-punk like reimagining of the conflict fought with mechs, advanced technology and enough heroes and arch villains to fill a graphic novel.

Free MMO Action with Bless Unleashed

We dive into Bless Unleashed, a free-to-play MMO being published by Namco Bandai. While not quite as polished as most paid online games, Bless Unleased is pretty fun to play, and even offers a few unique twists set in an interesting game world.

Flying High With Relaxing Feather

Feather offers a nearly magical experience where you fly your feathery avatar around a mysterious island. There are no goals other than letting go and relaxing as time passes and the weather slowly changes in this stress-free paradise.

Baldur’s Gate 3 Conquers Early Access

Not wanting to make their players wait, Larian Studios released a shortened version of their new Dungeons and Dragons based Baldur’s Gate 3 game in early access. And while there is limited content at the moment, the game already feels like a brewing epic masterpiece.

Descenders Makes Going Downhill a Tremendous Thrill

There’s a ton to love in the mountain biking paradise of Descenders. It’s easily approachable while offering a rewarding challenge. And, a spectacular wipeout can almost be as fun as dusting the competition in fierce downhill races.

Fun Halloween Platforming with The Guise

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.

Nate Wooley at E3 Nate Wooley Was My Friend and Mentor

Time Waster Columnist Billy White returns to GiN to write about Nate Wooley after his unfortunate passing. Like so many other people, Nate had a big and positive influence on Billy’s life, not so much as a friend, but as a teacher and a trusted mentor.

Rolling on Roll20’s Online Role-Playing

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.

Nate Wooley Obit Picture In Loving Memory: GiN Founding Publisher Nate Wooley

It is with great sadness that we must report on the death of our founding publisher Nate Wooley. Nate lived a great life filled with love, and never hesitated to help out his friends and family. He was a wonderful person and we celebrate his life even as we mourn his untimely passing.

GiN Cartoon: A Thanksgiving Wish

We realize that most people’s Thanksgiving dinners will look a little bit different this year, but this week’s cartoon is our simple wish for better times ahead. Stay safe and Happy Thanksgiving everybody!

London Royal Ravens Hosts Esports Pros for Cold War Colosseum Event

This week, the battle continues in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War with the Cold War Colosseum multiplayer competition event, presented by London Royal Ravens from the Call of Duty League. Cheer with friends as top stars try to win their piece of the $25,000 USD prize pool and all the bragging rights.

The Eyes Have It

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.

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.


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