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  • Blog Post: Weekend Warrior 08/22/2014

    Diablo III Ultimate Evil Edition has consumed our time and our every waking thought. We dream about playing it while we're sleeping, and daydream about playing it when we're at work. This weekend we won't have to dream any longer. Matthew Kato: Going to be playing plenty of Diablo III on... More
  • Blog Post: Bonus Replay – Crash Team Racing

    It is a bright, new day for Replay. After outsmarting the Replay staff (and sneaking into Game Informer's office in the middle of the night), interns Harry Mackin, Dimitri Gedevanishvili, and Wayne Stainrook have taken over Replay, and we're doing things our way. The first Replay of the new regime... More
  • Blog Post: Weekend Warrior 8/15/14

    It's the weekend again! We're also sad to say that this is the last Weekend Warrior you're going to be seeing from this summer's team of interns. Though we're sad to say goodbye, that doesn't mean we're ever going to stop playing video games – and this weekend is not... More
  • Blog Post: Seen At Comic Con 2014: The Show Floor

    There is plenty to see at Comic Con, and I pointed a camera at some of its most impressive spectacles. It's a mural. An Alien mural. https://t.co/5rCzQoOuQl — Kyle Hilliard (@KyleMHilliard) July 26, 2014 There are a lot of Alien-related things at Comic Con, in case you couldn't tell. This... More
  • Blog Post: Seen At Comic Con 2014: Cosplay

    Comic Con is a consistently impressive display of costumes across an incredible range of entertainment media. This is only a small sampling of some of the video game cosplay on display on the show. It's a mass of Michael Myers. A picture of Aerith and Sephiroth. Yes, I'm kidding. Don't know... More
  • Blog Post: Weekend Warrior 7/25/14

    Even though working at Game Informer is great, it's still hard work. Sometimes we need to take a break from playing and writing about video games to...well, play more video games. It looks like many of us plan to spend this weekend relaxing, catching up on recent releases, or digging through some... More
  • Blog Post: Submit Your Questions For Our Battleborn Podcast

    One look at our Battleborn hub and you'll see the deluge of exclusive written and video pieces we've been offering up for you all month long . Now we want to turn things around and mine your brains for questions to ask some of the developers behind Gearbox's colorful new shooter when we chat... More
  • Blog Post: Exploring Freedom In Ultima VII: The Black Gate

    Growing up during the Nintendo Entertainment System era, my first taste of role-playing games came courtesy of Final Fantasy and Dragon Warrior, the second of which new Nintendo Power subscribers received for free alongside a huge guidebook. These games introduced me to the addiction of exploration,... More
  • Blog Post: BioWare's Manveer Heir On Diversity And The Fight For Inclusivity In Games

    [photo by Riccardo Cellere, all rights reserved] At the most recent Game Developers Conference, BioWare Montreal’s Manveer Heir delivered an impassioned keynote about inclusivity and the lack of representation in games. We spoke to Heir about his opinions on diversity in games and how he would... 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: Test Chamber – Kirby: Triple Deluxe

    Dan Ryckert and myself (or Derrick if you prefer), take a look at the game's first level. You get a chance to see some of the game's collectibles, powers, and most importantly, the Hypernova ability. With the Hypernova ability, Kirby can suck up pretty much anything that gets in his way with... More
  • Blog Post: Taken To Horror School With Kraven Manor

    Kraven Manor is a first-person survival horror game where players can be architects of the haunted Manor they explore. Built by a man named Lord Kraven, the manor has a sordid history that players uncover as they build the mansion and piece together the events that happened between the walls over the... More
  • Blog Post: A Late Adopter's Guide To The PlayStation 3

    Some gamers don’t adopt new hardware when it first becomes available. There can be a lot of advantages to waiting to buy a new console. Not only is the hardware cheaper, but there is a greater wealth of content to explore. Sony’s PlayStation 3 doesn’t just play games; this entertainment... More
  • Blog Post: Kyle’s Five Favorite Video Game Easter Eggs

    As we hide and discover eggs in celebration of Easter today, it’s the perfect opportunity to talk about some of my favorite hidden secrets in video games. Minecraft In Borderlands 2 Minecraft is referenced in everything these days. It’s almost a requirement if you release an independent game... More
  • Blog Post: The Music Of Batman: Arkham Knight

    Note: The image above is from Batman: Arkham Asylum. You should know the name Nick Arundel. As Rocksteady's audio director and composer of their now Arkham trilogy, his work has contributed greatly to help define the studio's take on Batman. While he has previously worked with Ron Fish on the... More
  • Blog Post: Batman's New Moves: The Animation Of Arkham Knight

    While we encourage you to read April's cover story on Rocksteady's Batman: Arkham Knight , we also want to show off new aspects of the game with our month of exclusive video coverage for the game. While visiting Rocksteady Studios in London, the team let us film their motion-capture process and... More
  • Blog Post: Opinion: Hanging Onto Last Gen

    The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 have been out for months. If sales numbers are to be believed, you may have one of those systems nestled under your TV right now. Maybe you unplugged your Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 to make room, or perhaps it just seems like time for a ritualistic retirement. The launch... More
  • Blog Post: How To Find Wonder Woman's Invisible Jet In The Lego Movie Videogame

    The Lego Movie Videogame holds a hilarious achievement/trophy that pushes players to locate and destroy Wonder Woman's invisible jet. Tracking down red and gold bricks is challenging as it is; finding something that cannot be seen is another story altogether. Thankfully, I just happened to stumble... More
  • Blog Post: The[Crafty]Gamer: Larry Scialabba (Custom Controller Creator)

    Gamers of all walks of life express their creativity in different ways. Larry Scialabba turned his hobby into a side job selling custom-made video game controllers. Check out Scialabba’s sometimes horrific, often exotic controller designs below. How did you get into designing custom controllers... More
  • Blog Post: Scene At The Consumer Electronics Show 2014

    With over 150,000 attendees and two million square feet of exhibit space there was a lot to see at this year's CES. Even if you were there, you probably didn't see it all. Come with us as we take a blurry tour through the four day conference. Cool, let's see what's on display at the Gaming... More
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