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Earth Defense Force 2017 is known for many things: crummy graphics, laughably bad dialogue, and ridiculous numbers of enemies. Every human structure can be destroyed with a single rocket and enemies spring into the air in a cloud of green blood when killed. Needless to say, the game is a blast.
Whether you played the previous game or not, Transformers: Fall of
Cybertron offers a tight, action-packed experience filled with shooting,
stealth, flight, melee, and robotic dinosaurs wrecking everything.
Compiled here are stories about eight of the most interesting players to participate in online multiplayer games.
The big new Transformers game is out today. What should you know before you play, and to help decide if the game is for you?
Game Informer editors dissect the past and future entries of the divisive Army of Two series.
All it took was a stolen ambulance and a joyride through Liberty City to make me a believer in Grand Theft Auto III.
This week we're taking a look at the 2000 PC classic Deus Ex with the mastermind himself, Warren Spector.
The following games never achieved the level of recognition they deserved, but maybe one of these diamonds in the rough is just the RPG experience you’ve been craving.
We present a list of five titles that any disabled gamer should be able to play.
The team at Visceral Montreal discusses their inspirations for tone, gameplay, and more.
Gamescom 2012 was hot and wild for editors Adam, Bryan, and Jeff. While
the public days continue all weekend, we saw it all and got the hell out
of there. Here are our personal favorites of the show.
The school year is almost upon us. To celebrate (or
commiserate) the start of another year of learning, we're featuring
eight game books and journals that are proven to make you smarter.