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It's hard not to think of Zelda games when considering great moments in
gaming. The series, now over a quarter-century-old, is ripe with touching events
We take to the streets of London in Team Soho's ambitious PS2 title.
In this video feature, Game Informer's Kim Wallace and Mike Futter discuss which VR headset had a larger presence at E3 2014.
We spoke with Alien: Isolation director Alistair Hope about game's distinct pace, fan reception, creating Amanda Ripley, and much more.
Kirby may just be a pink ball with oval arms and red shoes, but he's gone through a lot of changes over the years.
The warmly received 360 and PC game didn’t meet sales expectations out of the gate, leading me to believe many gamers haven’t given it a try. This is their wake-up call.
Joe Juba may have already beaten us to the punch,
but Reiner and I couldn't avoid spending some time together in L.A.
Noire hunting down our colleague and self-proclaimed "swamper," Dan
In this video, we take a look at two Xena games released by two different publishers in the same year.
The animator talks lessons from working on Mark of Kri, Jak and Daxter, and Infamous 2.
We've faced off against countless zombie hordes in the past, but an undead army led by zombie Hitler? It's officially on.
I could try to explain whether I like Mass Effect 2 more or less than Uncharted 2, but I’m going to focus on something a little more personal instead.
THQ has been pretty open about wanting Homefront to be its next big franchise. While our review from GI's Matt Bertz found the game lacking, Reiner and I decided to put it to the test.