Gaming

Fallout Show Nominated For 16 Emmy Awards, Including Best Actor For Walton Goggins

Fallout, a TV adaptation of the popular post-apocalyptic video game series, was released on Amazon Prime this past April. Video game adaptations can be a bit of a mixed bag sometimes, but in this case, fans and critics alike (us included) loved its characters, world-building, and its overall take on the Fallout universe. It should […]

Fallout Show Nominated For 16 Emmy Awards, Including Best Actor For Walton Goggins Read More »

Kunitsu-Gami: Path Of The Goddess, Flintlock: The Siege Of Dawn Impressions | GI Show

In this week’s episode of The Game Informer Show podcast, we’re sharing our review-in-progress thoughts on two intriguing releases this week. First up, Wesley LeBlanc shares his initial impressions of Capcom’s action/strategy/tower-defense hybrid Kunitsu-Gami: Path of the Goddess. Marcus Stewart then dishes out his time slaying gods in the action souls-like Flintlock: The Siege of

Kunitsu-Gami: Path Of The Goddess, Flintlock: The Siege Of Dawn Impressions | GI Show Read More »

Nintendo Is Raising The Famicom Detective Club Series From The Dead With Emio – The Smiling Man

Nintendo is, relatively speaking, a family-oriented company. Their games are aimed at kids, their parents, and everyone in between with bright colors, wholesome storytelling, and extremely approachable game design. That said, there are exceptions to this rule, like in this creepy 15-second teaser uploaded to the company’s YouTube channel last week. A man in a

Nintendo Is Raising The Famicom Detective Club Series From The Dead With Emio – The Smiling Man Read More »

Nintendo World Championships: NES Edition Review – Impecunious Nostalgia

Reviewed on: Switch Platform: Switch Publisher: Nintendo Developer: Nintendo Release: July 18, 2024 Rating: Everyone NES games are difficult to revisit. They’re easy to find and play, but they are showing their age and have been for some time. To play the original Legend of Zelda, for example, rewards a difficult-to-control, often obtuse puzzle game

Nintendo World Championships: NES Edition Review – Impecunious Nostalgia Read More »

The Casting Of Frank Stone Terrorizes Players This September

The Casting of Frank Stone, Supermassive Games’ single-player narrative-driven horror game set in the Dead by Daylight universe, has a release date. This intriguing horror collaboration will arrive on September 3, and a new trailer provides a proper introduction of the main cast.  Developed by Supermassive (Until Dawn, The Quarry) and published by Dead by

The Casting Of Frank Stone Terrorizes Players This September Read More »