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  • Blog Post: Breaking Down Watch Dogs' Multiplayer Modes – Will They Be Meaningful?

    Watch Dogs is only a month away and while we had extensive hands-on time with it, we haven't yet explored the online play. Today, Ubisoft Montreal released a 9-minute trailer showing off three different ways the game incorporates multiplayer. Here is a breakdown of what's shown and if we think... 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: Eight Ways To Improve Your Dark Souls II Experience

    I've sunk about 60 hours into Dark Souls II, and although I've loved my time with the game, I do have some regrets. From Software doesn't provide players with a lot of explanations or direction, and although the sense of discovery you get from experimenting is often rewarding, there are some... More
  • Blog Post: Five World Of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition Tips From A Terrible Player (Who Got Better)

    I have been enjoying my time in World of Tanks, even as someone who is a total newcomer to the game. I wanted to share my lessons of failure so you can learn from my mistakes. World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition comes with a handy tutorial and a collection of videos showcasing tactics and best practices... 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: Confessions of An FPS Rookie: My First Day With Titanfall

    I'll be frank: You're more likely to find an RPG or sports game in my console than a shooter. Don't take that to mean I don't enjoy shooters; the issue is that you have to sink time into any given shooter to master the mechanics - something I don't have enough hours for with my aforementioned... 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: Test Chamber – Earth Defense Force 2025

    An alien army full of ants, spiders, robots, and spaceships has descended on Earth. Who can stop them? The Earth Defense Force! The most recent entry in the EDF series in available right now (read our review ), and we suit up to send some Ravagers back home to space. In this episode of Test Chamber,... 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: Lightning Returns Strategy Guide Impressions

    Not every game needs a strategy guide, but if you want to get the most out of Lightning Returns, you’re going to need some help. Thankfully, the official strategy guide from Piggyback Interactive covers everything you need to know and then some. Of course, some gamers prefer to discover everything... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Lightning Returns

    Lightning Returns is a big game with lots of things going on. A new combat system, a ridiculous story, and changing clothes are just a few of the talking points. In this episode of Test Chamber, Game Informer's Andrew Reiner and Joe Juba show the third Final Fantasy XIII game in action while covering... More
  • Blog Post: The Beginner’s Guide To Lightning Returns

    With the release of Lightning Returns, gamers can finally close the book on the saga that began with Final Fantasy XIII. If you’re jumping into Nova Crysalia to say farewell to Lightning and friends, these are the five things you should know to make your journey to the end of the world run as smoothly... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Fable Anniversary

    Fable was a groundbreaking RPG when it released back in 2004, and Lionhead is revisiting the title while adding a new coat of paint. Fable Anniversary boasts graphical improvements and control tweaks, and we take a look at this HD remake in action to see how it compares to the original. In this episode... More
  • Blog Post: One Night Stand: Lost Odyssey

    We all tend to fall back on our staple gaming genres, sometimes at the expense of trying new things. In One Night Stand, I'm going to try a game I wouldn't normally play for one evening. This time it's Mistwalker's JRPG Lost Odyssey. This will seem like heresy to many of our readers,... More
  • Blog Post: Analysis – Opening BF4 Balancing To Player Voting Could Backfire

    Given Battlefield 4's rough launch, DICE has spent the majority of its time since Oct 29 scrambling to stabilize its servers across five platforms. The urgency of this workload required an all hands on deck approach, which meant the typical post-release balancing that inevitably happens for every... More
  • Blog Post: Seven Live Arcade Games That Deserve Re-Release On Xbox One

    The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One are not backwards compatible , and that includes the games that appear on the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade. In the interest of making some if its most popular games available on its new console, Sony is porting some of its best downloadable titles. Games like... More
  • Blog Post: Opinion – I Miss Backwards Compatibility, But I Probably Shouldn't

    Neither the Xbox One or the PlayStation 4 is backwards compatible. You can't take a disc from your library of PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 games, put it in your new console, and play. I wish I could, and I understand why I can't, but it does not make me want the feature any less. When the Xbox... More
  • Blog Post: Opinion – Microsoft Is Going To Have A Hard Time Supporting The 360

    Every time there's a new system that comes out, some gamers get nervous that there won't be any good games for the old platform anymore. And why should there be? Console manufacturers like Microsoft and Sony naturally want to migrate people over and spend their resources on the new system. So... More
  • Blog Post: Kim's Anticipated RPGs For 2014

    As many know, I love my role-playing games. Every year, I look at what's on the horizon, and I find there's more awaiting me than I initially realized. This year a variety of RPGs are scheduled; Final Fantasy is closing out Lightning’s story in Lightning Returns, the team behind Disgaea... More
  • Blog Post: The Best Achievements And Trophies Of 2013

    Whether you love them, hate them, or forget they exist until they pop on your screen and interrupt your game, achievements and trophies have become a (literally) required aspect of all PlayStation 3, 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and Steam games. I fall into the love camp, and these are some of my favorites... More
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