The lights are on
We got to play through the beginning stages of the game, where Mickey leaps off sentient mushrooms and ghosts in an enchanted forest.
Valve's SteamOS announcement has some potential, but the week of reveals is off to a shakier start than we expected.
Pokémon X & Y is finally upon us, and we decided to take a look at
some of the battling, the best new Pokémon, and at least one Mega
Game Informer editors share their thoughts on the Nintendo press conference and talk about Pikmin 3 and the new Mario games.
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.
Mike Futter was challenged to play Payday 2. Bank robbers wear masks. This game should wear a bag over its head.
Andrew Reiner spoke with Telltale Games' CEO Dan Connors about storytelling in video games, Fables, and what might come next.
In this video interview, the director of Beyond: Two Souls talks about his past work and what he sees as the milestones in gaming.
The Game Informer crew plays through the opening minutes of Batman's latest adventure, and discusses why this series is one of this generation's best.
Sega's Yakuza franchise has been bringing serious Japanese crime drama
to a passionate fanbase for years. But what happens when you take the
Japanese gangsters starring in this series and introduce zombies?
Who knows more about the robots in disguise - GI's editors or a fanatic from the dev team?
The 3DS' new price is attractive, but where will it take Nintendo?