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  • Blog Post: TGS Sidequest: Final Fantasy XIV's Eorzea Cafe

    As a fan of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, I was delighted to learn about a restaurant themed after the game in Tokyo. When we were in town covering TGS, I made sure that the Eorzea Cafe was one of our stops, but you don't need to be intimately familiar with the game to enjoy the atmosphere.... More
  • Blog Post: Our Favorite Games Of TGS 2014

    With all of the strange happenings on the show floor, it can be easy to forget that video games are still the stars of TGS. During our time at the show, we saw a lot of cool stuff from talented developers, but these are the titles that got us most excited for the future. Several games you might expect... More
  • Blog Post: Take A Video Tour Of Tokyo Game Show 2014

    The Tokyo Game Show is wrapping up and we wanted to offer you the opportunity to see the show in action. On the first day of the show (which is a less crowded, business-focused day), Game Informer's senior associate editor Tim Turi traveled to the convention center in Tokyo to explore the show floor... More
  • Blog Post: Tokyo Game Show 2014 News, Previews, Trailers And More Round-Up

    The Tokyo Game Show isn't over yet, but that doesn't mean we can't start rounding up all of our coverage resulting from the show. Below you will find everything we've published (so far) from our time at the show, organized in easy to follow sections. Features As you might have assume... More
  • Blog Post: TGS Sidequest: Capsule Toy Mysteries

    When we buy toys in North America, we usually know what we're getting in exchange for our money. That's less true in Japan, where many vending machines dispense unknown goods (though many are related to gaming). We took a break from covering the Tokyo Game Show to check out some of these unique... More
  • Blog Post: The Wondrous Sights Of TGS 2014 – Day Three

    The Tokyo Game Show is almost done, but that doesn't mean there isn't anything left to see. With the show now open to the public, the crowds get more intense, but the excitement level also skyrockets. Not only are there more people at TGS on the public days, but more of them are in costume. So... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – Dynasty Warriors 2

    Before Dynasty Warriors earned the reputation of being a series of repetition, it was a showpiece of next-generation technology for the PlayStation 2 launch. With Hyrule Warriors hitting next week, and Kyle Hilliard giving it a fair amount of praise in his review , we decided to take a look back at the... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die

    Swery's latest game is a bizarre detective romp, but what would you expect from the mind behind Deadly Premonition? Join Kyle, Reiner, and myself as we check out the opening of D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die. Could we have another cult hit on our hands? Watch this episode of Test Chamber to see for... More
  • Blog Post: The Wondrous Sights Of TGS 2014 – Day Two

    The Tokyo Game Show is in full swing, and the sights and sounds of the show floor are different from any other video game event in the world. We've covered of our favorite things already, but that didn't cover all of the interesting things to be seen in the Makuhari Messe. Join us for the second... More
  • Blog Post: TGS Sidequest: Visiting Square Enix's Artnia Store

    A great part about visiting Japan is indulging in all the video game related sights. While we're here to cover the show for Tokyo Game Show, we're also taking the time to show off some of the cool things outside of the show as well. Today, we're focusing on Square Enix's Artnia Store... More
  • Blog Post: You Against The World – The Top Games Where You're Outnumbered

    While it's true that not every game is about letting players live out their power fantasies, it's certainly an extremely popular theme. We don't always feel like we're in charge of our lives as we slog through our days, which is why it's cathartic to plug in and mow down legions of... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Hyrule Warriors

    The bizarre Dynasty Warriors Legend of Zelda crossover is right around the corner, and we take a look at one of the game's Twilight Princess levels with Midna taking on the hordes of moblins. Fair warning, there is a spoiler here for a big set piece moment involving a big reference to a popular Zelda... More
  • Blog Post: The Wondrous Sights Of TGS 2014 – Day One

    Tokyo Game Show opened its doors to the press today and we were right there to capture the action. Plenty of interesting artifacts, cosplayers, and games were on display. Being a huge fan of the Japanese video game scene, I had to take some pictures to share the amazing experience. The show began with... More
  • Blog Post: Osmo Update Lets Parents Create Word Games For Their Kids

    A few months ago, I wrote about Osmo , an edutainment product designed for kids. After clipping a special cap on the top of an iPad's camera, young players can tackle a variety of word games and other puzzle-oriented challenges. Today, Tangible Play has announced that it's giving parents, teachers... More
  • Blog Post: Where is Final Fantasy XV?

    Many gamers are looking ahead to the next generation for exciting games, but for one of Square Enix’s most anticipated upcoming titles, we have to look backward. Final Fantasy Versus XIII was unveiled in 2006, but remained seldom-seen and mysterious until it reappeared as Final Fantasy XV. Even... More
  • Blog Post: Gaikai Talks PlayStation Now

    We recently spoke with Gaikai CEO David Perry about all things PlayStation Now. The longtime developer joined the cloud-gaming company in 2009 and in 2012 Sony acquired it to form the core of PlayStation Now. Check out our interview as we touch on signing with Sony, remote play, what it takes to get... More
  • Blog Post: The 10 Most Evil Corporations In Video Games

    There are a lot of corporations in the world that fail to look out for the best interests of the global population, but some video game corporations truly excel at screwing up the environment and everyone who lives in it. We rounded up the worst of the lot; here are 10 video game corporations that are... More
  • Blog Post: Destiny: How To Get Guaranteed Legendary And Exotic Items

    Since Destiny’s launch, I’ve seen tons of comments about those lovable legendary engrams that end up being rares or resources instead of a legendary item. I’ve heard that gearing up is completely left to the mercy of the luck gods, and while there is some serious luck involved in getting... More
  • Blog Post: This Is What Happens When You Attack A Cucco In Hyrule Warriors

    Attacking the Cuccos in any Zelda game is never good idea, and Hyrule Warriors is no exception. Andrew Reiner and myself decided to test our luck anyway, just to see what happens. Things get out of hand quickly when I start swinging my sword at a chicken hanging out in a Great Fairy fountain who was... More
  • Blog Post: What Will Microsoft Do With Minecraft?

    In light of yesterday's announcement of Microsoft's $2.5 billion acquisition of Minecraft and developer Mojang we're looking ahead to what's in store for the blockbuster property. We covering items that were already in the works before the buyout, complete slam dunks, and our theories... More
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