The latest Game Awards went off basically without a hitch and had a few pleasant surprises to boot, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.
On the anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack, John is shocked by the attack on our state democracy by the GOP-controlled legislature.
“Battlefield V” has the bones of a great World War II shooter, but it is plagued with weird glitches that mar the experience, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.
“Hitman 2” is a solid stealth game full of clever ways to assassinate foes, but, for better or worse, it feels too familiar to 2016’s “Hitman,” writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.
After recent attempts to censor the unsavory part of certain recent games, Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee wonders what should be allowed in video games.
‘Diablo’ fans became upset when they found out the next game in the franchise is a mobile spinoff. While many are trying to dismiss these gamers’ complaints by calling them entitled, Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee understands their frustration.
“Red Dead Redemption II” is a beast of a game with an overwhelming amount of things to see and do, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee. Here are his first impressions as he works through the game.
The late John “TotalBiscuit” Bain will be the first non-player to be inducted into the Esports Hall of Fame. It’s the right way to recognize his contributions to the gaming industry, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.
If you’re looking for a spooky game to play with your significant other or friend, “Until Dawn” is a surprisingly engaging co-op experience, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.
Both “Outlast” games are the scariest Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee has ever played, and they’re perfect for Halloween, he writes.
Last week, Sony caved to fan pressure and allowed crossplay across consoles for the popular game “Fortnite.” It’s one step closer to crossplay across all multiplayer games, Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee writes.
This photo ran as a historical photo in a 1936 issue of the Janesville Daily Gazette. It shows the chautauqua grounds in what is now Riverside Park.
Weak pacing, a forgettable story and a poor balance between combat and exploration make “Shadow of the Tomb Raider” the weakest entry in Lara Croft’s rebooted adventures, Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee writes.
My videos are often about birds. Today, it's about a steam locomotive called the Tornado. But there is a connection between birds and steam trains.
The Gazette's gaming columnist bought a Super NES Classic on a whim, and since been obsessed poring over the nostalgic games from his childhood.