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  • Blog Post: Game Informer's Top Scoring Game Reviews Of 2014

    We review loads of games every year, but only the best receive our special Game Informer awards. Some earn a Silver (a score of 8.5 to 8.75), some Gold (9.0 to 9.5), and an elite few make it all the way to Platinum (9.75 to 10). The most outstanding reviewed game featured in Game Informer Magazine also... More
  • Blog Post: E3 Rivals: Oculus Rift Vs. Project Morpheus

    It's a weird sight to behold in the year 2014, but VR fever has swept E3. Both Sony's Project Morpheus and Oculus Rift have large demo areas set up to experience their competing take on what they hope is the future of interactive entertainment. Game Informer's Kimberley Wallace and Mike Futter... More
  • Blog Post: Video Recap - Nintendo's E3 2014 Press Conference

    For the second year in a row, Nintendo has opted out of the traditional E3 press conference. On Tuesday morning, Nintendo unveiled its new "Nintendo Digital Event" pre-made video and it contained plenty of announcements. Game Informer's Jeff Cork and Kyle Hilliard met up in an L.A. hotel... More
  • Blog Post: Video Recap - Sony's 2014 Press Conference

    Last year's press conference from Sony was a blow-out , so the expectations were high for last night's show. There were a ton of announcements, returning franchises and new IP, and a couple of bizarre but appreciated pieces of fan-service. Game Informer's Tim Turi and Mike Futter covered... More
  • Blog Post: Weekend Warrior 05/23/2014

    The extended holiday weekend let some people go camping. Fools! For us, the best use of that extra day off is playing games. Most of us will be putting time into Infamous Second Son and Transistor as well as a few other catch-up titles. What about you? Tell us in the comments below. Mike Futter: This... More
  • Blog Post: Brutal Honesty – Inside Massive Chalice's Open Development

    Last year Double Fine launched its second Kickstarter for the tactical strategy game Massive Chalice. The pitch was for a game combining XCOM: Enemy Unknown's gameplay, Game of Thrones bloodline maneuvering, along with permadeath as a key ingredient. It easily met its funding goal . Learning lessons... More
  • Blog Post: Super Replay Showdown 2014 – The Finals

    This is it. The Grand Finals of the Showdown pits the upstart, Daniel Tack against the veteran, Andrew Reiner. Check out more episodes at our Replay hub . More
  • Blog Post: Super Replay Showdown 2014 – Episode 3

    The Showdown semifinalists take shots to the head and heart in this thrilling episode. Check out more episodes at our Replay hub . More
  • Blog Post: Exclusive Fortnite Hands-On Gameplay Impressions

    We've posted a video with the developers at Epic explaining their new game Fortnite , but we wanted to share our own hands-on impressions as well. Game Informer's editor-in-chief Andy McNamara, Dan Ryckert, and Jeff Marchiafava have played a lot of the game and were eager to talk about it. From... More
  • Blog Post: What Is Fortnite?

    The world learned that Epic was working on a game called Fortnite in 2011, but since then we've only heard rumblings and brief statements on the game's existence. With our May cover story and month of exclusive content rolling out in our hub , we're hoping to answer every question you might... More
  • Blog Post: Super Replay Showdown 2014 – Episode 2

    Six contestants fight for their right to Replay in this lengthy and dramatic episode. This tale of bombs and bionics features two triple-threat matches. In the first chapter, Kim Wallace, Bryan Vore, and Joe Juba learn that chickens are seldom a good thing. Chapter two features Daniel Tack, Tim Turi... More
  • Blog Post: Super Replay Showdown 2014 – Episode 1

    Welcome to the first episode of the 2014 Super Replay Showdown. After the seemingly endless wait, it's finally time for the editors to take the gloves off and get to fighting. More
  • Blog Post: Super Replay Showdown 2014 – The Bracket Is Set

    You've met this year's batch of contestants . Now find out who's going head-to-head in the first round of the tournament. Eleven people make for a rather odd bracket, so to eliminate byes (and stick to our four week schedule), you'll see a number of three-player matches. The first couple... More
  • Blog Post: Super Replay Showdown 2014 – Meet The Contestants

    Our editors are an opinionated bunch and each of them have their own ideas as to which games to play for Super Replay. We can't do them all, so the only fair way to choose is to have everyone fight to the death in a tournament that tests their gaming skills. The winner receives the honor of playing... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Does Kinect Work If You Are GWAR?

    Update: Today brought the sad news that Dave Brockie, a.k.a. Oderus Urungus, the mastermind behind the gross-out metal legends GWAR, has died at the age of 50. In tribute, we're reposting this video of GWAR in the Game Informer offices playing Harmonix's Dance Central. After seeing that GWAR... More
  • Blog Post: Hideo Kojima Reveals New Details On The Phantom Pain

    To go along with our March cover story on Metal Gear Solid V we've given extensive hands-on impressions of the main story mission in Ground Zeroes , but now we're looking to the future. While visiting Kojima Productions in Tokyo, Game Informer's Tim Turi had the opportunity to ask Hideo Kojima... More
  • Blog Post: Our Exclusive MGS V: Ground Zeroes Playthrough Impressions

    You might be confused about Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes. First there was the reveal that didn't label it as the fifth entry in the main series, then there was the confusing rollout of The Phantom Pain, and now you might have heard some secondhand accounts about the length or quality of the... More
  • Blog Post: 2013 Racing Game Of The Year Awards

    Any year in which two of the genre's biggest franchises – Gran Turismo and Forza Motorsports – go head-to-head is a year worth paying attention to. And that's even more so when the pair aren't the only ones winning this year's awards. Even in a year of all sequels, there was... More
  • Blog Post: Our Favorite Video Game Fan Art Of 2013

    From time to time, we like to highlight the work of artists on Game Informer who create impressive or innovative art based on the video games we love. Here's a collection of some of our favorites from 2013. Pokémon There are a lot Pokémon fans in the world, and as it turns out, a lot... More
  • Blog Post: Readers' Choice Best Of 2013 Awards

    You voted, we counted. Or rather, the GI robot counted for us. Now it's time to share the results. More than 15,000 people weighed their opinions, and given the great selection of games that came out last year, several category competitions went down to the wire. Without further ado, here are your... More
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