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Episode 16 discusses our reviews of BioShock 2 and Dante's Inferno.
On a week without a standout game release, at least Electronic Arts and Disney made some news by announcing a partnership for Star Wars video games.
We discuss some essential downloadable games and reminisce about handheld gaming's past.
Regular host Matt Helgeson is off on a less-than-secret mission to New York, so guest host Adam Biessener breaks down this week's two highly anticipated releases.
Three GI editors tackle the three big names in shooter/MMOs that were the highlights in massively multiplayer gaming from E3 2012.
Features discussion of DC Universe and news from the recent Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas
We break down two big games, plus talk news from D.I.C.E. and new next-gen rumors.
This week we get into the controversy started by the tweets
heard 'round the world by ex-Microsoft Studios' creative director Adam Orth.
Epic's Wes Phillips and Fortnite's lead designer Darren Sugg stop by to answer all of your questions about the developer's new action-building game.
In this week's GI podcast, we catch up with Crysis 3 and the latest Metal Gear game, plus delve into the debate surrounding microtransactions in games.
We've got some great games to discuss this week, namely Pikmin 3, Mario
& Luigi: Dream Team, Tales of Xillia, Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons,
and Dragon's Crown.
This week, we talk about an ambitious new initiative from Disney Interactive, and talk about Sony and Microsoft's showings at Gamescom.