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  • Blog Post: My Thoughts On That Dragon, Cancer

    There are some things in life that you never want to go through, that you hope and pray you can be lucky enough to avoid experiencing firsthand. The Green family had no such luck. Amy and Ryan's son Joel was diagnosed with cancer when he was 12 months old, and battled the disease for four long years... More
  • Blog Post: Is Knights Of The Fallen Empire The Star Wars RPG You’ve Been Waiting For?

    Given the years that have passed since Star Wars: the Old Republic launched, the arrival of a solo-focused, mostly standalone campaign expansion for the game seems like an odd choice. But it’s an intriguing approach to keeping the community engaged. In most of the ways that matter, Knight of the... More
  • Blog Post: Exclusive Eyes-On Impressions Of Quantum Break's Live-Action TV Show

    Quantum Break is doing something different than any modern narrative-focused game. The idea of segmenting gameplay with cutscenes between chapters is not new, but Quantum Break is opting for a live-action television show broken into a series of full-length episodes. Quantum Break is being built in Finland... More
  • Blog Post: Exclusive Hands-On Impressions Of Quantum Break's Time-Warping Gunplay

    During our trip to Finland to see Quantum Break, Remedy handed us the controller for a play session – the first for anyone outside of Remedy Games. Ben Reeves and I each played through the same sequence, which gave us a chance to solve a simple puzzle and get into some gunplay. The puzzle involved... More
  • Blog Post: New Details Revealed In Our Exclusive Destiny: The Taken King Hands-On Impressions

    Bungie opened its doors to us a few weeks back to show off what the team has been busy working on in recent months, and gave us the chance to play not just a few select missions, but the full scope of what’s on offer in The Taken King. We have a wealth of in-depth details in our monthly magazine... More
  • Blog Post: What's The Verdict On Destiny: House Of Wolves?

    Since its launch in September, Destiny has always encouraged social engagement as the key to full enjoyment of the game. Raids and Nightfall strikes acted as end-game experiences squarely targeted at group play, but demanded you do your own work to form and solidify the teams that would enter those spaces... More
  • Blog Post: Far Cry 4 Valley Of The Yetis DLC Impressions

    Valley of the Yetis is easily Far Cry 4's most substantial DLC adding a new large area, mechanics, and even a small amount of story to Ajay Ghale's journey in Kyrat. The easiest way to describe Valley of the Yetis is miniature Far Cry 4. You start from scratch when your helicopter crash lands... More
  • Blog Post: Is Sony's First PSN Show, Powers, Worth Watching?

    In April of 2000, Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming scraped together enough free time and money to release their own privately-owned comic called Powers. It was a passion project, and a small group of comic fans quickly became equally passionate about it. Powers was a smart police procedural... More
  • Blog Post: Our Hands-On Impressions Of Resident Evil Revelations 2

    While we've already featured an interview with the producer of Resident Evil Revelations 2 Michiteru Okabe that shared what he saw as the highlights of the game, but we wanted to offer Game Informer's thoughts after playing the first section. Tim Turi was able to play through a large portion... More
  • Blog Post: Should You Play Titanfall’s Expedition DLC?

    Titanfall has been out for a couple of months now, but the Respawn level designers haven’t been idle. The new Expedition map pack is the first of three planned DLC expansions for Titanfall. I took the day to dive into the three new maps through a variety of game modes. The first thing I noticed... More
  • Blog Post: Super League Football Impressions

    Soccer doesn't have as big of a draw in America as it does in other countries, but you don't have to be a fan of the sport to enjoy Zen Studios newest pinball table. Zen Studios has created countless tables for its Pinball FX and Zen Pinball series, and yet somehow the developer is still coming... More
  • Blog Post: The Good And Bad Of Black Flag's Freedom Cry DLC

    This year’s installment of Assassin’s Creed is still inspiring some gamers to sail the seas and terrorize merchant vessels, but many have already completed the story. Freedom Cry is Ubisoft’s invitation for players to return to the world of Black Flag. This single-player DLC puts you... More
  • Blog Post: Limbo iOS Impressions – The Same Beautiful Experience, With Inferior Controls

    I consider myself a bit of a Limbo expert. I played the game multiple times when it released on Xbox 360, even getting the “fewer than five deaths” Achievement. When the game released on PlayStation 3, I played through it again (getting the fewer than five deaths Trophy this time), and yet... More
  • Blog Post: Defiance Early Impressions

    Update 4/5 5:34 PM: I just played through a questline that had a cool story beat, some funny dialogue, and some nice varied objectives. Where was this in my first two days of play? Not only did Cass actually have a good line for once in the story intro to this main-line quest, the gameplay threw a decent... More
  • Blog Post: Kicking The Tires On The Ouya

    The console isn't even out yet, but it's already been a wild ride for the Ouya. Since this Android based platform announced its Kickstarter campaign last July, more than 60,000 backers have contributed $8.6 million for an open platform that gives developers the autonomy to build what they want... More
  • Blog Post: Devil May Cry: Vergil's Downfall Impressions

    (Warning: These impressions contain spoilers regarding the ending of Devil May Cry) Featuring tons of upgrades and no lack of one-liners, Dante was a blast to play as in the new Devil May Cry. Despite this, players only saw a bit of his brother Vergil’s combat capabilities during the game’s... More
  • Blog Post: Red Bull: Crashed Ice – Exposing People To A New Sport Via Kinect

    Ice is unpredictable. For as long as I can remember, any sport that used ice skating as its backbone has fascinated me. Every time a competitor steps on it, not only do they have to navigate the ice’s own obstacles, but they’re usually adding on stunts. Whether it’s landing a triple... More
  • Blog Post: Uncharted: Fight For Fortune Impressions

    Combining the characters and world of the Uncharted series with a competitive card game seems like a strange pairing, but that’s exactly what Bend Studio and One Loop Games did with the turn-based card game, Uncharted: Fight for Fortune. As strange as it is seeing characters like Drake, Victor... More
  • Blog Post: Mass Effect 3 Omega DLC: The Pros And Cons

    Omega is Mass Effect 3's second major single-player piece of DLC, following Leviathan . It broadly deals with Aria T'Loak's return to the filthy space station she used to run, but you soon discover some other factors that complicate her rise back to power. But is the $15 DLC worth picking... More
  • Blog Post: Tropico 4 Megalopolis DLC Impressions

    Kalypso recently released the fourth DLC pack for its excellent city-builder, Tropico 4. The challenging scenario in this five-dollar add-on is easily worth the price of admission. I'm a huge and unapologetic fan of all things Tropico 4 , but the one area that has always been lacking is challenge... More
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