Remastering older games into HD formats is nothing new, but what has been done for the Mass Effect Legendary Edition is nothing short of astonishing. Being able to relive the epic sci-fi story across three games with all DLCs included is quite the experience.
There has never been a more realistic starfighter combat game as Star Wars Squadrons. You can even play in virtual reality which is s truly amazing experience. The game is heavily tilted in favor of multiplayer interactions, though the single player part still offers a decent ride.
Madden NFL Football has been a staple sports game for decades. It’s been criticized for only making incremental changes some years, but NFL 21 got a few substantial upgrades, and the core gameplay is, as always, pretty amazing.
GiN is looking waaaay back as a fun feature during these trying times. We will occasionally be taking a look at games from simpler days that were published many years ago. Up first, The Sims from February 2000, a title that many of us lost a lot of hours exploring.
It’s been a very long time since we had a good Star Wars game. And then, suddenly, there was STAR WARS Jedi: Fallen Order. It’s not just a good Star Wars game. It’s a great one with smooth gameplay, a good story and movie-like special effects.
This February marks a release of is Anthem. Developed by BioWare and published by Electronic Arts, this game has the potential to become the next great thing in online gaming. At first glance, many players might feel like Anthem looks like Bungie’s Destiny. This is only partially true. The game combines third-person shooter genre with aspects of an action RPG and huge open world. Anthem is focused on multiplayer hunts, raiding – players run missions to gain experience and gear in order to progress. Classes of the game are also something to look forward to. Anthem doesn’t have game classes … Continue reading Anthem – the next big thing in online gaming?
Electronic Arts kicked off the E3 press conferences with a rousing show that did everything it could to make up for the sins of the past year, including hosting a simultaneous three-day gaming festival where anyone could pick up and play the latest and greatest EA Games.
When it launched 10 years ago, Burnout Paradise was a revelation in racing games, where spectacular, slow-motion crashing was even more enjoyable than the racing part of the sim. Burnout Paradise Remastered offers a better visual punch, without changing nearly anything else.
Michael’s back with a game that was the graphical benchmark for a while for this week’s Retro Game Friday. It’s Crysis!
Michael’s back with a game from a studio that only made one game ever for this week’s Retro Game Friday. It’s Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning!