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What does the future of the gaming medium look like with microtransactions at its center?
Why do you never see high-end licensed statues at the mall? Why make a
statue of Steve Jobs? How does a licensed statue get made?
Like a ninja sneaking out of the darkness, Klei Entertainment's Mark of
the Ninja came out of nowhere to deliver one of
the best stealth experiences in years.
Read up on New Super Mario Bros. U and much more in the latest digital edition of Game Informer Magazine for PC/Mac, iPad, and Android.
Born a Spartan, and raised to become one of Greece’s most formidable
generals, Kratos’ iron will eventually collide with the pride of the
Greek gods. But what makes this gaming legend tick?
In a throwback to the NES classic Balloon Fight, watch Nintendo Land's latest attraction called Balloon Trip Breeze.
We snack on some brains and get gassy with the "rebel without a pulse."
What can you get for the fifteen bucks a month you would be paying for a traditional triple-A MMO subscription?
PBS' most popular aardvark has a thing for video games. Take a look at the latest Cartoon Corner for more critically important information.
Jake Kaufman's soundtracks include hits like Contra 4, BloodRayne: Betrayal, and the upcoming Double Dragon Neon. Find out about Billy and Jimmy's band and more inside.
A few months ago we asked readers what their favorite video game sound effect is. Nostalgia ruled the roost, with many respondents calling out sounds from 8-bit classics as their all-time favorites.
We evade the undead of DayZ, the hit Arma II: Combined Operations mod.