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  • Blog Post: Replay – Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone

    This week we take a look at the PlayStation adaptation of the very first Harry Potter story, and go on another Xbox Live vision camera adventure. Harry Potter and The Sorcerer's Stone was a huge success for Electronic Arts when in released in 2001. It sold more than 8 million copies to become on... More
  • Blog Post: Super Replay – Martian Gothic: Unification (Part Thirteen)

    Update: Benevolent Replay fan, Brian , has rescued us from ridiculous map of Martian Gothic's Vita Base. Brian used our Super Replay footage to meticulously recreate Vita Base with an easier-to-follow overhead perspective. The map is a huge improvement over the garbage in-game map. You can download... More
  • Blog Post: Super Replay – Beyond Good & Evil (Part Eleven)

    One of the most criminally overlooked games from yesteryear, Beyond Good & Evil is a story-driven adventure that follows a photojournalist named Jade and her mechanic friend Pey'j. We won't spoil where this journey goes, but fans of Zelda, Pokémon Snap, and fun science fiction stories... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – The Surprisingly Terrifying Hellscape Of The TurboGrafx-16

    This week we spent time with the often forgotten Genesis and Super Nintendo competitor, the TurboGrafx-16. The console, developed in cooperation by NEC and Hudson Soft, hit the 16-bit technical mark and released the same year as the Genesis and two years before the Super Nintendo. It's an unconventional... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – Fable II

    Replay community members Ryan McLaughlin and Katie Finnell join the Game Informer crew for a special edition of our favorite show. What makes this episode so special? We won't spoil that for you here, but we will say it goes far beyond Fable II, a game that Ryan and Katie picked out for us this week... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – The Ring: Terror's Realm

    Many moons ago, a young man named Tim Turi became a legend after completing some of the worst games of yesteryear. Even after being bloodied by Cyberia and Overblood 2, Tim persevered, and eagerly looked forward to the next challenge that we could throw at him. And then Martian Gothic: Unification happened... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – Rogue Galaxy

    Classics from yesteryear are suddenly new again on PlayStation 4. Our Replay mailbag is overflowing with requests to revisit the PlayStation 2 games Sony is re-releasing on PlayStation 4. We already took a look at the excellent stealth game Mark of Kri , today we're revisiting Rogue Galaxy, an ambitious... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – Omikron: The Nomad Soul

    Update: Today we remember musician David Bowie, who passed away today after an 18-month battle with cancer. Bowie's influence has been felt in games, with his music appearing in Elite Beat Agents and, more recently, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. He also touched the gaming world with Quantic... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – Red Faction

    On this week's Game Informer Show we reflected on games that are difficult to go back to on PlayStation 2. The discussion eventually landed on first-person shooters and how this genre was still feeling its way through uncharted territory. With that topic fresh on our minds we decided to jump into... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – GoldenEye: Rogue Agent

    The N64 game GoldenEye 007 remains a favorite among many gamers of a certain age, for its multiplayer action and the fact that it was one of the earliest console shooters that was actually playable. This week, we take a look at a game that has GoldenEye in the title. Settle down. It's the PS2 game... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – Holiday Special 2015

    The best episodes of Replay should make you feel uncomfortable to the point that you legitimately feel sorry for everyone involved in their production. This year's Replay Holiday Special hits that note perfectly with an extended look at the Wii game, We Wish You a Merry Christmas. Cover your ears... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – Mark Of Kri

    Originally released in 2002, Mark of Kri offers a strange mash-up of stealth, violence, and Disney-influenced art and animation. The game was recently re-released on the PlayStation 4 which prompted us to revisit the acclaimed game (we gave it a 9 back in 2002) and see how it holds up. Not to spoil the... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – Gex 3: Deep Cover Gecko

    While the N64 rightfully receives a ton of praise for its library of acclaimed 3D platformers, the original PlayStation had some great franchises of its own. From Crash Bandicoot to Spyro the Dragon, fans of PlayStation had plenty to enjoy when it came to polygonal platform jumping. One of the games... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – Daikatana

    When Doom was still the talk of the town, and most publishers were trying to get into the first-person shooter game, Ion Storm's Daikatana was hyped up to be the next big thing for the genre. Although Daikatana was originally slated to hit store shelves in 1997, development lingered for years, and... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – Mercenaries: Playground Of Destruction

    Pandemic Studios is no longer around, but this development studio's legacy is still felt today. After crafting the first Star Wars Battlefront title, which finally brought Star Wars gamers the full-scale battles they saw on the silver screen, Pandemic released another enormously successful title... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – Earthworm Jim 3D

    A critical and commercial success on the Genesis and SNES, the original Earthworm Jim seemed to usher in a series with years of longevity. But with landmark icons like Sonic and Mario shifting from 2D side-scrollers to 3D in the late '90s, the beloved space-faring worm was thrown into the third dimension... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – Fallout: Brotherhood Of Steel

    Everyone knows about the numbered Fallouts, but the series did have a few offshoots before Bethesda reinvigorated the franchise with Fallout 3. Today we look at one that has become mostly forgotten. Released in 2004 and developed by Interplay, Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel used the Baldur's Gate... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – Evil Dead: Hail To The King

    Join the G.I. crew for a terrifying look at the PS1 horror "classic," Evil Dead: Hail To The King. It's terrifying in all the wrong ways. Reiner, Joe, and I do our darnedest to motivate Tim through the Resident Evil-inspired environments, as he picks mushrooms, unintentionally farms health... More
  • Blog Post: Celebrate The NES's 30th Anniversary By Watching Us Play 8-Bit Classics

    Today marks the 30-year anniversary of the Nintendo Entertainment System launching in North America. Nintendo's gray rectangular console was destined to change lives and the industry forever when it hit shelves on October 18, 1985. Since we're getting all wistful and nostalgic, let's capitalize... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – Carrier

    We've been playing sub-par survival-horror games for years now, and there's one game that fans have brought up time and time again: Carrier. OK, OK, we get it! Uncle! This week, we finally get around to playing the Dreamcast game as we search for our special December 31 Super Replay candidate... More
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