This week Neal swings back after it is announced that Final Fantasy is doing yet another promotion that involves buying Butterfingers for content. He also takes time to show a Magic: The Gathering case study.
This week Neal takes a look at the strides video game media has taken in terms of quality and budgets, especially when branching out into movies. We have come a long way from marginal flicks like BloodRayne to better ones like Detective Pikachu and the ultimate series show in Castlevania.
This week Neal takes a look at the concept of artificial scarcity within Nintendo and how this cold reality effects their game releases going forward. This includes the recent death of Mario and the removal of Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon.
This week the skirmisher takes a brief look at how some casual games like Animal Crossing can act as therapy for people with certain health issues.
This week our Skirmisher Neal Sayatovich is contemplating characters, specifically the three main types of characters we find and develop in video games. He’s trying to decide which kind he likes best, and invites you do to do the same.
It is with great sadness that we have to report on the death of our friend and longtime GiN Features Editor Greg Crowe. He was truly a master gamer, and an even better person. Come celebrate the life of the amazing Greg Crowe with us this week.
This week The Skirmisher added yet another online service to the long list that he already maintains. The reason? It was required in order to play a single player game that he really wanted to try. It’s time to offer gaming again with no strings attached.
The Skirmisher talks about some new projects coming to GiN and new ways for fans to have some fun with their favorite, or soon to be favorite, GiN staff members. Plus with things like the big GiN Lounge re-launch, we can all spend some time thinking about important stuff – like the latest video games!
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?
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!