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  • Blog Post: The Incredible Swan Songs Of The Wii, PS3, And Xbox 360 Generation

    The last generation of consoles might have been the strongest yet. We not only got amazing games at retail with far grander ambitions than ever before, but we also saw online marketplaces emerge to give us even more variety and instant access to games new and old. As usual, the end of a generation brought... More
  • Blog Post: 15 Handheld Games To Look Forward To In 2015

    2015 has started off strong for handheld games. This week Code Name S.T.E.A.M. and Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters hit the 3DS and Vita respectively, and earlier in February the New 3DS launched alongside Majora’s Mask 3D and Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate. What’s really exciting is that the year... More
  • Blog Post: 12 Games We Want Localized

    Last week Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax was announced for North America on both PlayStation 3 and Vita. Fighting Climax features many popular anime characters and is made by respectable fighting game developer French Bread. This game coming to North America seemed unlikely at first given the licensing... More
  • Blog Post: Top 10 Worst Parts Of Awesome Games

    Sitting down to play a top-tier game is the highlight of being a gamer. Every year, a handful of elite titles shape the industry, and playing them gives us a glimpse of the future of gaming. But sometimes, these games also have elements that are better left in the past. In this list, we break down the... More
  • Blog Post: Quantum Conundrum Afterwords

    Few companies have dared to follow in the footsteps of Valve’s epic puzzle franchise Portal until Airtight Games released Quantum Conundrum. Some notes aren’t pitch perfect, but puzzle fans are humming with excitement over Quantum Conundrums mix of physics-based puzzles and slapstick environments... More
  • Blog Post: Awesome Games You Can Beat In A Day

    True gamers turn to their favorite pastime whenever presented with a day off from school or work. Sure, you could fire up your favorite FPS and grind a few ranks online or gain a few levels in your favorite RPG, but wouldn’t you rather experience a game in its entirety? We here at Game Informer... More
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