Fresh Look columnist Neal Sayatovich is moving for a new job, and during this period his primary means of gaming is a Nintendo Switch, sometimes on the console’s small screen. He recently downloaded the retro service the Switch offers and has been enjoying its classic titles. This week he picks the best.
Michelle, our Fresh Look columnist, is a self-described thrift shopper. So, when she saw that Nintendo is now offering a treasure trove of classic games as part of an expansion to its online platform, she jumped at the chance. Did Michelle find good deals and even greater gaming? Find out in this week’s Fresh Look Column!
With Metroid Dread finally hitting the ground, Vincent goes deep into the back catalog of games to see how the series has evolved over the years, and makes some predictions about what we will find when we dive into the amazing world of Dread.
Niffelheim is a game that has been out for a while now for the PC through Steam, the Nintendo Switch and other consoles, but it just got released for the iOS platform (sorry, no Android yet). Our Modern Gamer gets his Norse on this week, playing this rocking game on the small screen.
This week the guys cover topics ranging from how Nintendo’s Mario treatment may be the start of a bad trend of trying to FOMO gamers to death to developers trying to cancel Youtubers with DCMAs to asking if Yoshi’s have rights. Join Neal and Vincent on this off-the-rails episode of the GIN Lounge.
Michael’s back with a sequel to a game he’s covered in the past for this week’s Retro Game Friday. It’s BattleTanx Global Assault!
Michael’s back for this Christmas with another Retro Game Friday. It’s Sarge’s Heroes 2!
Michael’s back with a game that might be best left forgotten for this week’s Retro Game Friday. It’s Army Men: Sarge’s Heroes!
Michael’s back with a rather obscure title for this week’s Retro Game Friday. It’s BattleTanx!
Like most big-time sports fans, Skirmisher Sayatovich is having a disappointing year. Thankfully, there are lots of great sports games out there right now to help tide everyone over. And if things continue the way they are, it might be the best we can get for a long time.