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  • Blog Post: Saber Interactive Bends Gravity With Inversion

    TimeShift developer, Saber Interactive, hasn’t been twiddling its thumbs since it released 2007’s time-warping shooter. Now the developer is preparing to distort a different field of physics – gravity. Its new game, Inversion, details the war that springs up after an alien menace with... More
  • Blog Post: What Do You Want To Know About Dead Space 2?

    UPDATE: Thanks for all the questions! Our initial plans to post the podcast on Monday, December 21st have changed...look for it on Thursday the 24th, just in time for the holidays! Continuing our month of Dead Space 2 coverage , we'll be doing a special edition podcast focused solely on answering... More
  • Blog Post: Ms. Pac-Man Was Once A Man Named Otto

    You may not know this, but Ms. Pac-Man was once a dude. She also used to eat monsters instead of ghosts and run around on giant legs. When MIT students Doug Macrae and Kevin Curran first started working on the game that would become Ms. Pac-Man it was just and enhancement kit for the original Pac-Man... More
  • Blog Post: Japan vs. America: The Cover Battle

    If you read issue 201 of Game Informer you probably saw how some countries box covers are different than our own, and learned why that happens. It’s actually quit common for Japan to receive different box art than we do here in the U.S. Below are some additional cover discrepancies for games that... More
  • Blog Post: First Teaser Trailer For Transformers: War For Cybertron Released

    Transformers fans should definitely keep a keen eye on War For Cybertron, as it's a new title that isn't based on either of the recent Bay-tastic blockbusters. Take a look at the brief trailer below, it doesn't show any gameplay but it has a rather sweet shot of Optimus Prime batting a missile... More
  • Blog Post: Transformers: War For Cybertron Hub Is Live

    Is our Dead Space 2 cover story and month of online coverage not quite enough awesome exclusive content for December for you? No worries, because we've got more! In our January issue of Game Informer, we reveal Activision's new next-gen Transformers action game, War For Cybertron, in a six-page... More
  • Blog Post: See Harry Potter, Friends In Tiny Plastic Form

    Warner Bros. Interactive has released the first trailer for its upcoming Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4, and it's just about what you would expect. The characters look exactly like their Lego counterparts, and developer Traveller's Tales hasn't abandoned its whimsical sense of humor for edgier... More
  • Blog Post: January Cover Revealed

    Game Informer’s January cover story explores the cold and terrifying corners of space with EA and Visceral Games’ Dead Space 2. After the success of the original Dead Space, gamers have been waiting patiently for a sequel to continue the series’ unique blend of horror and dismemberment... More
  • Blog Post: Shaun White Hits Slopes With New Video

    Here's Ubisoft's official launch trailer for Shaun White Snowboarding: World Stage on Wii. The game has you traveling and competing around the globe to get into the World Stage competition and to be number one in the world. So do you think this game is a radical departure from the first Shaun... More
  • Blog Post: Motion Control Comes To The Mushroom Kingdom's Caves In This Exclusive Video

    So many aspects of Mario's past are crammed into New Super Mario Bros Wii, but it's certainly not against throwing new ideas into the mix. We've already taken a look at some of its new enemies , a quick video runthrough of World 7-5 , and the series debut of teamkilling , but we've seen... More
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