This week Neal looks over the past, present, and future and how Tom Clancy games have improved or declined since 1998. This includes looking at titles such as Rainbow Six, Ghost Recon, and even the upcoming XDefiant.
Call of Duty Vanguard is one of the most polished shooters to come out in years, with many improvements to both the single player campaign and multiplayer action that fans have been wanting. Vanguard puts Call of Duty back on top. It’s number one with a bullet.
With the old year fading into a lukewarm memory, the Skirmisher takes time to look ahead to some of the, hopefully, amazing games that 2022 will offer. Let’s hope the new year will be good for gamers, because we could all use some good news. Health and happiness to you all!
Combining modern sci-fi with ancient Norse legends is a winning formula for Apsulov: End of Gods. The game falters a bit in the presentation of its story, but still ends up being a satisfying tale that is both unique and a little frightening.
This week the guys interview Bill Kara of Addicting Games to discuss the rise of casual gaming over the years. Tune in to hear a discussion of the past, present and future of the casual games market.
Everyone has a story about how the year 2021 has treated them, with lots of ups and downs. For Skirmisher Neal Sayatovich this is especially true. He did some great things like reboot The GiN Lounge, but also suffered for months with COVID-19. And the whole time, he kept on gaming. Hopefully, all of you can too.
This week the guys talk with Mark Vange of NextPlay about the innovations of animating for indie games and the use of artificial intelligence to assist in developing higher quality animation.
If you are like most of us, the holidays might mean a little extra time for gaming as the winter holidays roll around and those vacation days are just begging to be taken. Neal plans to relax with some old gaming favorites alongside some brand new titles. What about your plans?
Our Skirmisher columnist has been dumping countless hours into sports management games like Football Manager. But while not everyone loves the thrill of coaching and managing their team, with better AI and more offerings, it’s a genre that could really take off.
Dustwind is a tactical RPG that has been around for a while. After fleshing out both a multiplayer and single player experience on the PC, it moves to conquer the PlayStation. But will the ghosts of bad ports blow a away a good Dustwind experience?