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  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Titanfall Xbox 360

    Today sees the release of the Xbox 360 version of Respawn’s critically acclaimed shooter . Even now, we’re working on preparing an update to that review to reflect our experience with the 360 version. In the meantime, Daniel Tack, Andrew Reiner, and I sat down to play a couple of matches... More
  • Blog Post: Battlefield 4 Naval Strike Impressions – Shore Lunch

    Five months after launch, DICE and EA are still struggling to get Battlefield 4 running smoothly , but that hasn't stopped them from releasing a steady stream of new maps. The latest expansion, Naval Strike, focuses explicitly on amphibious assaults featuring air, land, and sea vehicles. Three of... More
  • Blog Post: Why You Should Go Back To Plants Vs. Zombies 2

    When Plants vs. Zombies 2: It's About Time launched worldwide last August on iOS (and a couple months later on Android), there was a lot to love. Fans experienced inventive new worlds, powerful new plants, and pesky new zombies. Plus, the base game was all free. However, certain elements dragged... More
  • Blog Post: Confessions of An FPS Rookie: My First Day With Titanfall

    I'll be frank: You're more likely to find an RPG or sports game in my console than a shooter. Don't take that to mean I don't enjoy shooters; the issue is that you have to sink time into any given shooter to master the mechanics - something I don't have enough hours for with my aforementioned... More
  • Blog Post: One Night Stand: Madden NFL 25

    I've always been a football fan, but I've never really liked football video games. Can this armchair quarterback master the digital gridiron in a few hours? I decided to play Madden 25 for my second One Night Stand for two reasons: one, I am a big fan of football and two, it's as far from... More
  • Blog Post: Live Stream – Titanfall Beta

    Update : The live stream is over, but you can watch a video replay down below. Do you want to watch Game Informer's newest editor, Daniel Tack, lumber around in a giant, bipedal war machine? Do you want to see him rack up outrageous kill counts? Of course you do! We know Daniel is capable of getting... More
  • Blog Post: Analysis – Opening BF4 Balancing To Player Voting Could Backfire

    Given Battlefield 4's rough launch, DICE has spent the majority of its time since Oct 29 scrambling to stabilize its servers across five platforms. The urgency of this workload required an all hands on deck approach, which meant the typical post-release balancing that inevitably happens for every... More
  • Blog Post: Back On The Frontlines

    Like many gamers, I'm susceptible to the occasional bout of shooter fatigue. Thanks in large part to the indie scene, there is an ever-expanding scope of different gameplay experiences to try – always interacting with a virtual world via bullets can get old. This year, however, the next-gen... More
  • Blog Post: From The Game Informer Archives: Madden '93's Approved Sound Bytes

    Today, we complain about announcers repeating the same lines of dialogue in back-to-back sports games. Game Informer's ominous black filing cabinets hold paperwork that speak of a much simpler time and gamers demanding less from their experiences. One such document was sent out by Electronic Arts... More
  • Blog Post: Fight For The Top 50 – Dead Space 3

    The third installment in Isaac Clarke’s battle against the necromorphs blew me away when it released earlier this year. Dead Space 3 took the core combat I loved about the series and ratcheted it up with meaner enemies and a deep weapon crafting system. The third game integrated co-op that toyed... More
  • Blog Post: Live Stream – Need for Speed: Rivals Multiplayer

    Need for Speed: Rivals launched for PlayStation 4 today, and I'm playing the living hell out of it. I'm looking for a group of people to join me for multiplayer at 2 PM CT today. If you have your PlayStation 4 and Need for Speed: Rivals, list your PlayStation and are ready to play at this time... More
  • Blog Post: Battlefield 4 Dos and Don'ts

    Many consider the Battlefield series to be the more civilized of first-person shooters. Mere twitch skills may fuel your success in the barbaric team deathmatches of other games, but your well-developed muscle memory must be buttressed with a healthy sense of camaraderie and a keen understanding of tactics... More
  • Blog Post: Connection Failed: Troubled Online Launches

    Games are more connected than ever. Many of the world's most popular games are now exclusively online, and an increasing number blur the line between single- and multiplayer. Times are changing, but one thing has remained constant: Launching a large-scale online game is a difficult proposition -... More
  • Blog Post: Where’s My Sequel? – Jade Empire

    When BioWare was purchased by Electronic Arts in 2007, many wondered what would happen to the popular Mass Effect and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic series. I’ve been a huge fan of the developer since playing KOTOR, and I was confident that BioWare’s juggernaut franchises would be... More
  • Blog Post: Plotting The Future Of EA Sports

    EA Sports says it's going to handle the console transition better this time around, but then what? The label is bringing its two heavyweights – FIFA and Madden – to the next-gen console launches, but bigger decisions loom. We take a look at some of the issues facing EA and its sports... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – Mutant League Football

    We take a look back at EA's grisly gridiron classic. By now, you may have heard the news that Michael Mendheim, the creator of Mutant League Football, is launching a Kickstarter to create a spiritual successor to the Genesis-era cult classic. We have all the news about that in the new issue of Game... More
  • Blog Post: Putting The Dragons In Dragon Age

    Few fantasy creatures are as recognizable as dragons, a fact that can be a blessing and a curse for a video game. They have the potential in inject jaw-dropping moments, but creating a vision for the creatures that is not clichéd can be challenging. This is especially important for a series that... More
  • Blog Post: Romance In Dragon Age

    Romance is only a shred of BioWare's sprawling storylines, but to some fans, it's the focus of their journey (whether BioWare intends for it to be or not). Picking your one-and-only isn't easy with all the eclectic personalities in the Dragon Age universe, especially if your beau has opposing... More
  • Blog Post: Catching Up With Next-Gen’s Racing Games

    Detailed car models and sprawling tracks make racing games great demonstrations of a console’s power. No new console generation is complete without a few racers to show off. The impending launch of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One come with a bevy of choices for gearheads. Microsoft’s exclusive... More
  • Blog Post: Creating Dragon Age Party Members

    You wouldn’t make it through your journey and the world would likely end up in shambles without the brave souls that join your cause. Your followers are the heart and soul of the Dragon Age experience. Love them or loathe them, you’re unlikely to forget about them. BioWare has created stand... More
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