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  • Blog Post: Disney Infinity Cars & Lone Ranger Play Set Impressions

    Disney Infinity is packaged with three lengthy play sets based on The Incredibles, Monsters University, and Pirates of the Caribbean licenses. Launch day also brings two additional sets, sold separately, based on Cars and The Lone Ranger. The core game should keep you plenty busy, especially if you take... More
  • Blog Post: Impressions: Super Mario 3D World For Wii U (Trailer Added)

    In a new game announced for Wii U, Nintendo's iconic plumber will team up with Peach, Luigi, and Toad – and transform himself into a cat with a new power-up. In the Mario series, this new title is, as the title suggests, a follow-up to Super Mario 3D Land for 3DS. However, in keeping in line... More
  • Blog Post: Knights Of The Old Republic Works Great On iPad

    After a couple of hours listening to Carth complain about my dubious “kill everyone for no good reason” policy in the just-released iPad adaptation of BioWare’s seminal Star Wars RPG, I can confidently give it several thumbs up as a touchscreen game. This $9.99 purchase is a direct... More
  • Blog Post: Control Blade Wolf In Another Forgettable Revengeance Add-On

    Game Informer reviews editor Joe Juba wasn't exactly in love with Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance , but he had much harsher words to say about its first DLC ( Jetstream ). It featured rehashed areas and enemies, no upgradable abilities or new weapons, and clocked in at about 90 minutes long. After... More
  • Blog Post: Injustice: Gods Among Us iOS Impressions

    I’m not enjoying the iOS version of Injustice: Gods Among Us, yet I can’t stop playing it. The reason I’m draining my iPhone’s battery by rapidly tapping its screen? Some of the content unlocked in the iOS game transfers over to the console versions, which release on April 16... More
  • Blog Post: NASCAR Highlights DLC: Do You Have What It Takes?

    The NASCAR season is underway, and we've already had a clutch of memorable moments. Now you can relive some of them thanks to NASCAR the Game: Inside Line's first mid-season DLC pack. We try them out and see what it's like to try and replicate reality. Naturally, the challenges based on real... More
  • Blog Post: A Day With MLB 2K13

    Every day my coworkers ask me how my MLB 2K13 is coming along. When I start talking about the glitches I'm finding, they often think I'm pulling their legs with preposterous, made-up stories. Since they're having such a hard time believing that a first baseman can get smacked in the face... More
  • Blog Post: Ridiculous Fishing Impressions: Insanity Beneath The Sea

    Ridiculous Fishing: A Tale of Redemption is the perfect title for this game. Not only does it convey one of the craziest fishing expeditions you’ll ever go on, it also speaks to the troubles developer Vlambeer faced after creating a Flash-based game called Radical Fishing. As fan enthusiasm for... More
  • Blog Post: Dead Space 3: Awakened Impressions

    Dead Space 3’s ending is designed to leave gamers hanging. It establishes a sense of closure for troubled hero Isaac Clarke, but what comes next is left intentionally hazy. It’s the kind of tease that people scoff at or obsess over. We usually don’t find out the answer to this kind... More
  • Blog Post: Hammerlock DLC Brings New Vehicle, Enemies, Challenge, To Borderlands 2

    Previous DLC offerings for Borderlands 2 have taken gamers on a pirate adventure and sent them on errands for an insane person , but the third expansion is focused mostly on hunting large, dangerous creatures. Sir Hammerlock's Big Game Hunt transports Borderlands fans to the new land of Aegrus, and... More
  • Blog Post: Spaceteam Will Make You And Your Friends Sound Like Idiots

    About thirty minutes ago, Game Informer editor in chief Andy McNamara walked up to my desk. "Hey idiot, you'd probably like that Spaceteam game that I'm hearing about on Twitter. Seems like some dumb thing your idiot brain would get drunk and play," he said kindly. Fifteen minutes later... More
  • Blog Post: The Walking Dead: Assault Impressions

    Not to be confused with Telltale Games’ episodic series or Activision’s upcoming first-person shooter, Gamagio and Skybound's The Walking Dead: Assault is yet another game based Robert Kirkman’s popular zombie universe. Assault doesn’t pave its own path through the zombie... More
  • Blog Post: Borderlands 2 Stays The Course With Mr. Torgue’s Campaign of Carnage

    Gearbox Software has been in rapid-fire DLC mode ever since Borderlands 2 released on September 18th. It’s barely been out two months, and we’ve already received a new class, the pirate-themed Captain Scarlett missions, and now the second mission pack, Mr. Torgue’s Campaign of Carnage... More
  • Blog Post: Tecmo Learns From Some Mistakes With Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge

    Note: We were unable to test Ninja Gaiden 3's online functionality at this time, so we will be posting this impressions piece in lieu of a full review. Earlier this year, Tecmo presented Ninja Gaiden fans with the lackluster return of Ryu Hayabusa. As the first entry in the 3D series that didn't... More
  • Blog Post: Fire Pro Wrestling Sure Is An Avatar Wrestling Game

    As the only regular wrestling viewer in the office, I figured that today's Xbox Live Arcade release of Fire Pro Wrestling would fly under the radar if I didn't do something about it. Like most other gamers that saw the pre-release screenshots, I assumed the worst and totally forgot about it until... More
  • Blog Post: Impressions: The Room For iPad

    I didn't know what to expect when I turned on The Room. Full disclosure: The game is by Fireproof Games , a place where a dear friend of mine works. But to be fair, I have lots of friends who work in this industry, so this isn't the first time I have had to look at something with a journalist's... More
  • Blog Post: Here's Why Sleeping Dogs' World Is Fun To Explore

    My favorite game of this console generation is still Grand Theft Auto IV. I lose myself in open worlds, especially those with fast cars and soaring cityscapes. For these reasons, Sleeping Dogs has been on my radar for quite some time. After reading mixed reviews for the game, I went into it expecting... More
  • Blog Post: E3 2012 Day Three Recap

    As the dust from the press conferences settles, E3’s focus turned to the games on the show floor. The Game Informer staff was all over the show floor, gathering hands-on impression and behind-the-scenes information on many of the convention’s biggest games. Trailer Mania: Today was all about... More
  • Blog Post: Angry Birds In Space Impressions

    Angry Birds in Space released for iOS devices today, and despite a name that sounds like it could very easily be the same game with different backgrounds, Angry Birds in Space (ABIS) feels different in a novel way. Firing up ABIS is reminiscent of the first time I played Super Mario Galaxy. That game... More
  • Blog Post: Saints Row Ends Its Season Pass With Its Best DLC Offering

    After releasing the Nyteblayde bonus pack and two mission packs, Volition has made the final DLC from Saints Row: The Third’s season pass available today. The Trouble With Clones follows the lead of the previous packs, featuring three missions, some new weapons, and a few unlockables. It may be... More
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