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Do you have that developer who is your sure bet? Whenever I step into an Irrational world, it’s incomparable. In an industry that’s often stuck on the status quo, this is by far the most refreshing part of Irrational.
Regardless of what you think about the company today, Square was absolutely on fire at the turn of the millennium.
Ninja Theory's focus on storytelling and performance capture have set it apart in the current generation of consoles, and its future looks bright.
The company has had a wealth of great games since the mid-'80s, but 1991 was one of my favorite times for Capcom.
Media Molecule might not be as prolific as some of my other favorite developers, but the studio's reinvention of the 2D platformer is one of my standout memories from this generation of consoles.
We're taking Labor Day to honor some of the developers that made an impact on us.
We tag cars and dodge cops in the Dreamcast title that popularized cel shading.
Even the most open-world experiences must restrict the player in some way. These are the most transparent artificial barriers – even if you can't see through them.
Enjoying games is so passé. All the cool kids will be hating this holiday's biggest hits. Read on to find out why.
By mixing player choice with fun opportunities to mess with your fellow players, Wizards of the Coast has crafted a brilliant strategic board game that maintains a strong fantasy theme.
BioWare has found success making its dragons interesting – and the team is making even bigger strides with Dragon Age: Inquisition.
You might be familiar with Game Informer's award-winning Smash Bros. Marathon, but last year the Game Informer community teamed up with Extra Life for a marathon that made a difference. During our 24-hour gaming sprint we raised over $10,000 for charity. This year, we aim to outdo ourselves.