This week our online editor Neal Sayatovich reveals some cool ways you can keep on gaming, even if the economy refuses to cooperate with your fun.
Society in general seems to have a love-hate relationship with the game industry sometimes. But today, there are literally titles out there for every age group and every taste. And it will only get better.
Neal Sayatovich doesn’t always agree with the other GiN editors about what games are hot, but we think his picks for the New Year are pretty darn good. Are you looking forward to some new titles?
GiN Publisher Nate Wooley weighs in on what he wants to see for the industry this holiday. And you might be surprised that this seeming curmudgeon has a deep love for games, developers and gamers.
The Nintendo Wii U could be the hottest hardware this holiday season, but is it worth the money? Our reviewer kicks the tires to see if enrolling in Wii U is a good thing.
The fact that Colleen Lachowicz plays World of Warcraft became a campaign issue for a state senate race in Maine. But the voters cast negative ads aside and elected the gamer anyway.
The mysterious Diva Noir visits New York Comic Con for GiN, and finds a pleasant mix of video games, comic books, and bizarre craziness.
GiN Reporter Marie Moser reviews a lot of conventions, but never has she been more impressed than at Dragon*Con. This is the show sci-fi, anime and gaming fans should attend.
Otakon is the biggest anime convention on the East Coast, and this year it was packed to the gills with every type of cosplay imaginable from Skyrim to Pokemon.
The announcement that Amazon.com has founded a games studio and published their first title is bolstering an already healthy casual game market, which is good all around.