By Asif Khan // March 18, 2018 7:30 PM
The one where Joe's doorbell rings.
Shacknews CEO Asif Khan played and rated all the entries in the Shacknews Slow Jam,
Not games that are hard to find, Rare games!
It's a weekend for exploration, with PlayStation offering up numerous first and third-party games as part of its Great Indoors Sale.
Setting aside pesky concerns such as college attendance, three Australian Quake players create a mod that evolves into a game arguably more popular than Quake itself.
There isn't a lot going down this weekend in terms of PC gaming sales, but if you're in a Star Wars kind of mood, it's a good time to check out GOG.com.
The video game landscape is covered in competitive gaming. Shacknews would like to offer an overview of what to watch for this coming weekend. This weekend, it's time for the fighting game world to take center stage.
Outer Wilds has been in development for several years, but thanks to publisher Annapurna Interactive, it's set to arrive later this year. Shacknews recently had a chance to take a look at this first-person space exploration game.
The Dragon of Dojima's song is ending, but is this a fitting coda to the Kiryu's legacy? Find out in our preview.
The new Tomb Raider movie captures a lot of the essence of the rebooted games, but that's mostly not a good thing.
What happens when the usual Kirby formula gets a few friends sprinkled into the mix? Our review.
The Behemoth has ventured into turn-based strategy. How does this transition into a new genre go for them? Our review.
Sea of Thieves offers a vast world for players to explore, but that won’t stop us from dreaming up new things we want included.
Level 5 switches the formula up a bit for their sequel to Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, and it is all for the better thus far.
The Shackcast is back with a look at some games that would be great for Nintendo Switch's second year.
PlayStation is having another big flash sale this weekend. Meanwhile, Square Enix is offering huge discounts for Xbox and PlayStation owners, but the latter will be a little more difficult to track down. (And also more rewarding.)
It's mostly quiet on the PC gaming deals front, but Steam is offering a handful of decent sales for the weekend.
The video game landscape is covered in competitive gaming. Shacknews would like to offer an overview of what to watch for this coming weekend. This weekend, we have major events from Dota 2, Halo 5, and Call of Duty: WWII!