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  • Blog Post: Five Video Game Song Re-Imaginings Better Than The Originals

    Classic video game soundtracks are dangerous to play with. It's easy to change them considering the limited palette of sounds they were originally created with, but change them too much and they lose what made them special. Sometimes though, modernizing a soundtrack works, and hearing a classic video... More
  • Blog Post: More Great Games That Don't Cost A Dime

    A few weeks back we took a look at some of the best free games currently available. We heard some of your favorites in the comments, and now we are back with another list of stellar free-to-play titles worthy of your attention. Whether you’re looking for a fast-paced shooter, an MMO, or a side... More
  • Blog Post: Discussing The Best Wii Games Of All Time

    Nintendo has abandoned the Wii, fully embracing its future the Wii U. The console may not have been beloved by all gamers, but there were some undeniably fantastic games that released for the system. We counted down a full list of of 25 best Wii games in the latest issue of the magazine , but for the... More
  • Blog Post: The Essential Wiiware List

    This week we return to the essential downloadable games of this generation, shining light on the newest titles that no gamer should miss. Last year we outlined some of the best games across the life of the major console download services, with an eye towards including the important early games on the... More
  • Blog Post: The 3DS Essentials

    The Nintendo 3DS shook off its shaky launch with the help of a price drop and some high-profile games. The once-troubled handheld is now riding high at retail, with Nintendo announcing worldwide sales of more than 15 million units at the end of 2011. Recently, the 3DS became the fastest selling video... More
  • Blog Post: Replay Value: Games With Multiple Endings

    If interactivity is what sets games apart from other mediums, then the narrative games that have the most potential to show off this form of art are those that feature multiple endings based on your decisions. Amongst the many games with multiple endings, some settle for simple dual options based on... More
  • Blog Post: Indie Week Day One: Excellence In Visual Art

    [Welcome to Indie Week at gameinformer.com. We’ve got a full seven days of indie game coverage leading up to the 2011 Independent Games Festival Awards. Check back daily for coverage of the top independent games of the year.] A unique art direction can set a game apart from the throng in a sea... More
  • Blog Post: Indie Week: An Introduction To The IGF

    Welcome back to Game Informer’s annual Indie Week – a celebration of little studios with big ideas – leading up to the 2011 Independent Game Festival Awards . Over the next seven days we’ll be taking a look at more than 25 titles nominated in seven unique categories, providing... More
  • Blog Post: Five Great Downloadable Games You May Have Missed In 2010

    2010 has been a standout year for downloadable games. We’ve gathered a list of several standouts that may have slipped under your radar. As independent developers continue to branch into new territory on the various downloadable game platforms, we’re seeing an increasing number of incredibly... More
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