Cord cutters who want to get ultra HD television and the ability to stream the latest games can look no farther than the new NVIDIA Shield TV device. Our reviewer puts it to the test for both games and television, and comes away highly impressed.
GiN Columnist Todd Hargosh wraps up his column this week, putting Hardcore on the shelf for good. It’s been a wild 22 year run! In this final goodbye, he recounts some of his more famous, and infamous, moments at GiN these past couple decades.
Todd is winding down his tenure at GiN, and going out with a bang. This week, he reveals his picks for the best games of the year, and the one title that really should just quit while it’s behind. What games made his (in)famous list this year?
The countdown to Todd’s final retirement is on this week. And as saddened as this news makes us, we are still pretty stoked that he is going out with a bang. It’s time for the 2019 Hardcore awards. Who will earn accolades, and who will get the lemons this year?
After 22 years charging every windmill in the game industry and offering his blood, sweat and tears to provide fans with thoughtful and entertaining articles, Todd Hargosh is hanging up his Hardcore column. This week begins the final countdown for Hardcore. And, Todd names his well-vetted successor.
This week, when not constantly playing The Outer Limits, Todd is excited about the news that Hideo Kojima’s (maybe) masterpiece Death Stranding is breaking out of the PlayStation 4 platform and coming to PC games as well. Not that everyone feels the same way.
With his missing PlayStation 4 finally back in place, longtime Xbox player Todd Hargosh tries out some PlayStation gaming services like PlayStation Now. With all the improvements Sony has made recently, he’s shockingly impressed.
Todd is angry about all the new timed exclusives coming out these days, where a game stays on one platform for up to a year before moving to others. His latest target: Call of Duty exclusives only going to one console.
There is something amazing about a game that lets players add to the innovation and fun, and Super Mario Maker 2 does that and then some. In addition to a solid core game, the player created levels are practically professional, and unlimited in number. It’s another winning title for our favorite plumber.
Todd gets his hands on the Sega Genesis Mini, the latest package in the wave of retro console releases, and one of the best ones yet. It comes packed with 40 games, but of course Todd wants more. Find out which titles he thinks should be added, from the classic Sonic 3 to the obscure Snatcher thriller.