Lace up your racing shoes and join Modern Gamer Melissa Pierce this week as she combines old school with new cool in the delightfully fast play of Sonic Mania and the Encore DLC.
Metro Exodus took us from the cramped tunnels of the Moscow Metro to an open Russian countryside blasted by nuclear war. Now, The Two Colonels DLC shows us the final fate of two uniquely connected commanding officers.
The original Surge game was a surprisingly good action sci-fi adventure. And The Surge 2 is a worthy successor that doubles down on everything that made the original so amazing. We’ve got better graphics, more fluid combat and a much bigger world to explore and conquer.
Join the Modern Gamer Melissa Pierce as she talks about how she helped a mentally ill girl escape an even crazier psych ward with her talking rabbit. All it took was some chewed up toenails. Of course we are talking about Edna and Harvey: The Breakout 10th Anniversary Edition.
The aptly named Dead Dungeon is like a fun master class for platformer experts. It requires pixel-perfect movement in order to traverse its 50 levels while gathering deviously placed collectibles along the way. You’ll also probably die in this one, a lot!
The Eberron: Rising from the Last War Campaign setting book takes the mysterious and magical land of Eberron and brings it in line with the new fifth edition Dungeon and Dragons rules. This solid supplement also adds some interesting elements like a patron system and a new crafting-based artificer class.
Capcom has been extremely supportive of the Monster Hunter franchise. The official Iceborne DLC is rolling out to yet another platform, but new items and content are released all the time. Our reviewer Matt Jones goes over the state of Monster Hunter so far.
This week we launch the inaugural Modern Gamer column with brand new GiN Host Melissa Pierce. She’ll be taking over the Time Waster slot on Saturdays. First up, a game that has slowly expanded to every single gaming platform, the odd but good GoNNER.
Neo Cab is a cyberpunk narrative adventure game where a feisty cab driver has to drive the electric blue neon streets of the Los Ojos metropolis while trying to both survive in the big city and solve a mystery involving the disappearance of her best friend.
Why can’t zombies write good music? They can only de-compose. And where to people buy their giant hammers? A maul. These and many other role-playing-centered witticisms can be found in the hilariously great A Dragon Walks into a Bar RPG joke book.