The lights are on
Often called Game Informer’s Library of Congress, the Vault is hands-down the best part of the office. With over 11,000 games currently stored inside and still growing, it really is a sight to behold that each and every editor shows off with nerdy pride. As part of our 200th issue celebration, we’re finally unbolting the locks and giving you the full reveal of everything inside. Above you will find a full, one gigabit interactive 3D image that now only allows you to look around on your own, but zoom in to see just part of our huge collection. To the right and immediately below, we’ve compiled some pretty cool stats and broken down the totals by platform. And finally below, you will find a full, HD video tour with Executive Editor Andrew Reiner and Media Editor Nick Ahrens. They take a walk through the entire collection and point out just some off the coolest items inside. So what are you waiting for? Click the magic link below and start exploring. Note to users, there is no commenting on the special edition Vault page so this is your place to sound off.
Enter The Game Informer Vault
Man that's pretty amazing.
I hate you. Sooooo much.
Wow... Thats cool. Really cool. Do you take first-born in exchange for tours?
I think I just died and went to heaven....
Cool, thanks for giving us the details. I always wanted to see how many games were in there!
That is attractive. *sigh*
You probably have more games than most libraries have books.
Then again, when is that a BAD thing?
And I just saw Taz: Wanted...
I really thought I was the ONLY one who played that.
hmm why no colecovision or jaguar cd or turbo duo aka turbo grafx cd and only 1 master system game? i only ask cause i have them and thought that you guys would too
That's simply amazing...
Someday I am going to have a rooms with each console and all its respectable games in my house.
99 Star Wars Games. I think its clear that Gamers on average are Star Wars Geeks.
It isn't mentioned but we have a bunch of multicarts for all the systems that we don't have extensive systems for. And to answer the question, we have Turbo machines in the office, just not in the vault. We have some cabinets that hold many of our old systems.
Dude....Gaming heaven. I would go buck wild if i was surrounded in a room with all those games
One word... Astonishing!
Can I live there and pay rent?
Wow... Just wow... You guys have the best collection I ever seen thus far!
I never knew anyone else that played Cool Spot....