Our latest GiN Columnist Junae Benne talks with people around the game industry about minority representation in videogames, and the creative content rooms where games are developed and made. She finds an industry in transition, with a long way to go.
While he is not one to complain too much about good games, Skirmisher Sayatovich is getting a little bit tired of seeing pointless and excessive sequels that follow on to, yes, more of the same. Those titles tend to flood the game industry these days, and players are starting to drown.
This week out intrepid Save State columnist goes deep into the wacky past to take on two exciting and unappreciated titles from yesteryear. Say hello again to Legacy of Goku II and Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night.
This week Skirmisher Sayatovich celebrates the fact that one of his favorite groups of all time, Swedish metal band In Flames, came out with an 8-bit videogame music version of their new album. He loves it so much, he wonders what other bands would sound great in 8-bit.
Business is booming for online gaming networks and equipment retailers during the COVID-19 lockdown, but spikes in usage also create challenges. We interview some leading game platform providers to see how they and their users are dealing with increased demand.
Thanks to games like Super Mario Maker and Xenosaga, gamers will be able to make the most of their time in lockdown. Vince goes over some tips and tricks this week, while trying to find enough bread to make an endless sandwich fit for Fiora and Shulk.
This week Skirmisher Sayatovich looks at a few emulators that might let him relive some of the glory days of his videogaming past, and get ahead of the coronavirus lockdown blues. But will Legend of Dragoon forever be a dream for him?
Our Save State expert takes some time from his lockdown to enjoy a few classic games that he never got to finish when they were new. If you are looking for something cool, and inexpensive, why not follow suit and try Shovel Knight and the games of the Mana of series?
Ex-Formula 1 World Champion Jenson Button, sports car legend Emanuele Pirro, and esports racing ace Erhan Jajovski were the big winners today as The Race All-Star Series fully charged by ROKiT phones raced into millions of homes around the world.
Neal went to a very uncomfortable, socially distant, masks required family gathering and noticed something weird (or more weird than the overall situation). His non-videogame playing relatives were watching virtual NASCAR races on TV. Could this herald the rise of mainstream eSports?