We now know it all. The specs. The launch dates. The exclusive titles. The price. The only question left is, are you getting an Xbox One or a PlayStation 4?
Gamescom has become one of the biggest trade shows in the world, rivaling E3 in terms of size and number of vendors. So what big news came out of the show this year?
Todd is working on a full-fledged review of the new Ouya console, but came into the lounge for a few minutes to give us his first impressions. Should this be on your list?
Sony pulled back the covers on their next big MMO, EverQuest Next. We bring in an expert player to the lounge who has served proudly in the first two games to analyze the third.
The US Government has recognized League of Legends as an official sport, enabling player athletes to obtain visas to compete in tournaments. Some LOL players weigh in on the news.
A funny thing happened to reporter Lisa Campos at E3 this year. She noticed that nobody was trying to sell their games based on how they looked. So if graphics are secondary, what sells games?
Once in a great while, a game is so good, breaks so many barriers and receives so much acclaim that we devote a whole GiN Lounge show to it. The Last of Us is one of those.
During the previous GiN Lounge show, all anyone wanted to talk about was the console wars. So today, we take some time to salute the actual games that shined brightly at E3.
Nintendo sneaks into E3 at the last second, but the real shots are between Microsoft and Sony, as the battle for the hearts and minds of console gamers goes into overdrive.
First we learn that David Hayter won’t be cast as Snake, and now Kevin Conroy won’t be Batman? What’s the deal with publishers firing all our favorite videogame voice actors?