Another week down! Don’t forget, we’re looking to add even more content to GamesAreEvil and it could be YOU! Check out the details here.
Also, last week marks Chase’s last official GamersOnTheGo column, and he will be sorely missed. Thanks for your hard work!
BOARD STIFF: Eminent Domain wraps up the month and Tiffany’s series on deck-building games. But this time: IN SPAAAAAACE.
SWORDS AND ZIPPERS: Grind doesn’t have to be a core mechanic of a JRPG… or does it? Can it even be fun?
FREEPLAY: As the consoles march inexorably onward towards the future, Ed looks at what lies in store for the world of free-to-play.
INSERT COIN: Games deserve love, as any collector knows. Lucas lays down the law on TLC and games.
THE VAULT: Lou reminisces about an SNES classic with more character than half of the modern titles combined. Spider-haters, your time has come.
GAMERS ON THE GO: Taking the Sunday spot last week was Chase’s swan song, bringing you his favorite 5 mobile games – all titles you’ll want to look at if you haven’t already.
Song of the Day
Our daily game music feature aims to highlight the best in video game soundtracks from today and yesteryear. Here’s what you missed between Monday and Sunday last week.
- Hell March 2 (from Command and Conquer: Red Alert 2)
- Theme from Fable
- For Achieve (from Star Ocean: the Last Hope)
- Being Congenial (from the Last Story)
- Neverwinter Night 2 Main Theme
Release of the Week: Company of Heroes is back with its sequel, Company of Heroes 2. Get your gear and fall in!
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