Playing video games means running into a lot of unique characters. Some are good and some are evil, but only a few claw their way into our hearts. Which ones made the list of most memorable?
Casual gamers are rapidly outnumbering hardcore players, with some new titles getting 100 million players within weeks of their launch. Is this a brave new world being built, colorful brick by colorful brick?
With the temperatures below freezing, we take a look at how playing habits are affected by the dark heart of winter. Do you hibernate and play MORE, or are you too depressed for gaming?
You nominated your favorite games and now we can announce the official nominees for the 2010 Games of the Year. There are some real surprises, but anyone can win. Get the lowdown on them all in the lounge and then cast your vote.
Certain genres like puzzle adventure titles are experiencing a huge boon in popularity, driven by things like the hot mobile games market. But other genres seem in danger of outright extinction.
Although it was slow to get started, 2010 turned out just fine in terms of games. So now we take a look at what hot new titles can be expected in the New Year. Will 2011 trump 2010?
Next week we begin the GiN Games of the Year process. May we humbly suggest a few titles that we think might be worthy of your vote?
The Gamer Geeks reveal their picks for the best and worst games of the year. And wow, are there some doozies in both categories this year. Get your flamers ready!
Our second show this year on the economy and the GiNDex in particular has some surprisingly good news for a change. But is that light at the end of the tunnel, or an oncoming train?
Fallout: New Vegas enters the Game of the Year race in a big way. Can Bethesda snatch away an award at the last moment again? We find three highly addicted gamers who think it might happen.