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What's it like watching a talk show host utterly fail at a game that you've been working on for more than four years?
Dragon Ball Z's first foray into the world of new-generation consoles launches today, and we took at look that game's opening moments and character customization options.
You ever wonder what you'd say to a legendary game creator if you were in an elevator with him? Probably nothing.
Get a taste of the first episode and watch us play some local co-op. We promise some Barry action.
The new DLC adds two fundamentally new game modes and a lot more as well; we sit down to run Housemarque’s continually evolving shooter through its paces.
The third week of analysis brings dramatic shifts to the list. Some games are holding their own.
In this video interview, we talk to the studio head about the struggles of producing the reboot and the limits of Microsoft's exclusivity.
Yesterday, a discussion was posed asking what Best Picture nominated films could receive video game adaptations and readers responded.
The young man who owns the 'KirmitTHEFrog' account tells his story and provides evidence of innocence.
We know the films nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture are good, but what about the video games based on them?
We catapult back to 2007 to explore Irrational Games’ seminal first-person shooting adventure about free will and individualism set far beneath the sea.
Game Informer editors duke it out in Super Street Fighter II to see who can sit out the first round of our upcoming Super Replay Showdown.