The Skirmisher normally loves games, but the sparse single player campaign for Star Wars: Squadrons along with some other questionable design choices has got him feeling kind of blue this week. Have you ever really anticipated playing a new game, only to feel the stinging pain of regret once you finally got to play it?
For the first Save State of 2021, Vincent goes a little wild with look backs to two very different classic titles, Bug Fables and Streets of Rage 4. Guess which one caused more fury and frenzy?
The Skirmisher is looking forward to playing lots of new games in 2021, and trying to forget some of the disappointments of last year. After all, this year has to be better, right? These are the five games that he is most looking forward to this year. And — happy New Year everyone!
Our editor takes over The Skirmisher column this week for his annual holiday gaming celebration article. The only problem is that, probably like most of you, he doesn’t feel much like celebrating the year 2020. Let’s see if we can lift our collective spirits anyway.
Stuck in the first snowstorm of the year, our intrepid Save State columnist snuggles into some older games on his dusty Wii this week to try and keep warm, including one that boldly predicted a worldwide pandemic in the year 2020. What are the odds? Find out in Save State this week!
The skirmisher takes a brief look at whether gamers should be more willing to shell out a little more money for top tier gaming titles. Of course nobody wants to pay more for their games, but what if we could somehow guarantee that the increase in cost would lead to a bigger gaming experience or better content?
Everyone could use a little more entertainment in their lives right now as the pandemic drags on and on across the globe. This has been generating a dramatic surge in activity over the past few months for eSports, gaming networks and just about all other online platforms.
This week our Save State columnist takes a look at a few games that deserve a second look after releasing some amazing DLCs. This includes Pokemon Sword and Shield’s new adventures and the Zero Escape series with their Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors mystery.
GiN Online Editor and Columnist Neal Sayatovich writes about how much Nate Wooley meant to him. We recently lost Nate Wooley, but he will never be forgotten.
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.