Referencing all kinds of great movies from the eighties and nineties like The Evil Dead and Terminator is just one thing that drew Save State columnist Vincent Mahoney to Outer Terror. There are also side quests, comics, power-ups and plenty of horde-slaying weaponry.
This week Save State columnist Vincent Mahoney is in gamer heaven because Xenoblade Chronicles 3 has released its Future Redeemed DLC. Vincent has been playing the Xenoblade series since 2010, and according to him, it just keeps getting better.
Our reviewer Vincent Mahoney had an absolutely phenomenal time playing Everspace 2, a title with an incredible amount of customization options in a massive sci-fi universe that is filled with intense starfighter combat and plenty opportunities for lucrative looting.
This week’s GiN Lounge podcast episode tackles something on every gamer’s mind: money. Neal and Vince discuss the good and bad points of microtransactions.
Where was Save State columnist Vincent Mahoney when his power went out again this week? Playing Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon on his Steam Deck in the dark, which made living without lights, heat and other modern comforts a little more bearable.
The original Resident Evil 4 was a highpoint for the popular franchise, and now Capcom has remade the classic survival horror adventure from the ground up for a thoroughly modern take that is pretty close to perfect for fans of the genre.
This week Save State columnist Vincent Mahoney tries to get the term labyrinthine platformer to catch on whenever he is not overly mesmerized by all the amazing colorful effects in 9 Years of Shadows.
Bleak Faith: Forsaken takes a lot of inspiration from Dark Souls, but changes it up in key ways relating to hit boxes and dodging, as well as adding new monsters like robots, steampunk abominations, knights, giants and crazy centipede creatures to the usual enemy mix.
Our Save State columnist Vincent Mahoney is feeling a little bit under the weather this week, but it’s nothing that some chicken soup and Super Alloy Ranger can’t cure.
After a year hiatus, GiN’s Neal Sayatovich and Vincent Mahoney are back in the GiN Lounge this week with their unique perspectives on gaming news, and they talk about the latest Fire Emblem title, Fire Emblem Engage.