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It’s no accident that Left 4 Dead and Evolve feature four-player teams. Turtle Rock explains why.
Mark Morgan's ethereal, electronic music-influenced game scores have helped convey the emotion in such games as Fallout: New Vegas and Planescape: Torment. He's currently working on Brian Fargo's much-anticipated Wasteland 2.
Playing the latest and greatest games is great, but returning to our favorites is what defines us as individual gamers.
Nintendo recently lowered forecasts for 3DS sales, and outspoken analyst Michael Pachter offered his take.
In this video interview, the lead developers discuss the rise of asymmetrical multiplayer and how Left 4 Dead informed Evolve.
I’m enjoying Dark Souls for the first time, thanks in large part to the hard work of other players.
Also: Does the 3DS' success bode well for the Wii U?
We got to play Turtle Rock’s new shooter during our cover-story visit. Read what we thought based on hours of play time.
Sony's support of the Vita is dwindling. It's time for a rebranding.
Nintendo recently issued an apology for its delayed TVii services in
Europe and associate editor Kyle Hilliard realized he'd forgotten the feature ever existed.
On this week's episode of Replay, the Game Informer gang has a hard time
identifying cats and dogs in CyberConnect2's PlayStation title, Tail
Find out which racing games were good enough to get a podium finish.