The lights are on
Going into 2014, one console had a clear advantage. The playing field looks much more level at the start of 2015.
See which of 2014's games walked away with top honors from the Game Informer staff, including the coveted Game of the Year award.
Find out each editor's number-one pick for their most anticipated game of 2015.
We have a full month of online coverage to complement our cover story, and today we're kicking things off with some exclusive screens.
When you get a gift you don't like, just say "thank you" and then shard it.
Allies that turn into enemies are a common story twist, but we're interested in highlighting bad eggs that turn good.
In issue 260, we asked readers what their biggest disappointment of 2014 was. Destiny was predictably divisive among players, but other big titles received their share of shame as well. Here are some responses.
I meant to play a lot of things over the holidays. Those plans fell apart.
The GI staff watched, played, and read a ton of stuff over our break. Check out some of the highlights – and lowlights.
Executive producer Tomasz Gop weighs in and answers our questions about the future of the Fallen and the upcoming expansion.
PlayStation Now still feels disconnected from the rest of the PlayStation experience.
Joel Ekman set the speed record for beating Zelda: Ocarina of Time. He's also a curling instructor.