Tag: Science Fiction

by Joane - 6 months ago

Welcome to NUMENERA!

Welcome to “Welcome To!” In this series, we tell you about the worlds behind some of our favorite franchises. These articles are about lore, atmosphere, and worldbuilding: all the things we care most about in games. First up: NUMENERA, a strange sci...

by Joane - 6 months ago

New Science Fiction and Fantasy Books | April 10

We believe you should spend your time reading, not searching. That's why NewInBooks alerts you to all the newest books in your favorite genres. Most new books are released on Tuesdays, which is why we update our weekly new release section on Tuesday...

by Joane - 6 months ago

Seneca Gets Powered Up in GOD COMPLEX #5

GOD COMPLEX #5 by Paul Jenkins, Hendry Prasetya, and Sunny Gho Art Characterization Plot Summary While some of its more obscure science fiction concepts don't quite feel grounded enough, GOD COMPLEX #5 delivers on nearly eve...

by Joane - 6 months ago

Introducing DEATHGARDEN: A Dystopian, Multiplayer Blood-Sport

Today, Behaviour Interactive announced DEATHGARDEN: an asymmetrical action game in development for PC. The game takes place in a dystopian world, where a spectacular blood-sport is the most popular form of entertainment.  Players take the role of e...

by Joane - 7 months ago

Over at Kirkus: Gods, Monsters and the Lucky Peach

It’s Friday and we are over at Kirkus! Today, it’s Ana’s turn with a review of a new Tor.com novella, Gods, Monsters and the Lucky Peach by Kelly Robson Go over to Kirkus to check it out. Related Ana Ana Grilo is a Brazilian who moved to...