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These excellent cloak-and-dagger groups deserve time in the spotlight.
We take a look at the punishing indie platformer with the exceptional progression mechanics in this episode of Test Chamber.
Find out what news editor Mike Futter looks for in a project when deciding about coverage.
In this therapy session, we share our most surprisingly terrible gaming experiences.
I missed out on Animal Crossing back in the day, but the Game Informer office has become a great place to catch up with the series.
Its Raining Neon’s Demon Hunter costume turns heads whenever she enters a
room. That’s what happened when I first spotted her at Katsucon in
2012, easily a cosplay highlight of the entire show. What I didn’t know
at the time is that this was her first foray into armor fabrication.
In this episode of Test Chamber, Reiner does his best Ryan Reynolds impression.
Associate editor Kyle Hilliard refuses to spend money on Candy Crush Saga, but not for the reasons you might assume.
This sits on senior editor Ben Reeves'
list of the five greatest games from this generation, and yet, he doesn't
think he wants a sequel. Read on for his spoiler-free opinion.
Second Sight combines gunplay and supernatural powers, along with a hefty amount of stealth and storytelling. But does it stack up to the better-known Psi-Ops?
GI staff will be occupied with a mixed bag of titles this weekend— Tales of Xillia, Animal Crossing: New Leaf, and The Walking Dead: 400 Days, to name a few.
If you're a fan of Runner2 and several other completely awesome game characters, go ahead and pick this up.