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In this episode, we ponder the disaster that is Aliens: Colonial Marines and wonder where it all went wrong. We also gets some intel on a few upcoming Capcom games and talk about one of the most inventive puzzle games since Fez.
This week we showcase some recent reviews, return to the Back Cover Blurb Trivia Challenge.
We talk about a pair of survival-oriented games, the breathtaking Journey, and the problems of the Japanese game industry.
Trion chief creative officer Scott Hartsman joins us for a discussion on his new MMO and offers you a chance to win a statue.
We're joined by Chair Entertainment creative director Donald Mustard who talks about Infinity Blade II's innovative ClashMob multiplayer events.
Nintendo surprised us with a new handheld this week, so we talk about! We also break down Madden 25 and Diablo III for consoles.
This week we use the disappointing new Medal of Honor game as a jumping off point to discuss the industry's increasing reliance on day one patches. Also, meet our new interns!
The Game Informer crew discusses some of our favorite strange, amazing cult classics of game history.
Game Informer's new podcast game show, Back Cover Blurb Trivia Challenge, returns with some new contestants.
We've been playing Cryptic's new free-to-play Dungeons & Dragons MMORPG, and we have deep thoughts to share.
We asked executive producer Mark Rubin questions from our community, listen in to learn more about everything from balancing perks to the exclusive features of the PC version.
Nothing is happening in gaming this week, so the GI podcast takes aim at the coming year and gives you a behind-the-scenes look at the shows and conventions that will shape 2013.