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The Game Informer Show tackles your Reader Mailbag questions, plus our reactions to the Tokyo Game Show.
The shooter MMO from Trion has had some launch pangs, particularly with its console versions, but we have some good things to say about it too.
Andy McNamara, Adam Biessener, and special guest Robert Johnson of Namco Bandai are finally delivering some of the crazy stories that have taken place in our years playing MMOs.
We are joined by the Entertainment Software Association's Rich Taylor to discuss the recent Supreme Court decision that struck down a California law aimed at regulating the sale of violent and explicit video games.
We sing the praises of Media Molecule's excellent Vita game Tearaway, and look back at the year that was.
Listen in to the new episode of the GI Show podcast to hear all our
thoughts about will (and should) happen at the show for Sony, Microsoft,
2013 was a breakout year for indie games. In this podcast we discuss
some of the year's best, including Gone Home, The Stanley Parable, and
We talk StarCraft II, interview on Two Worlds II, and discuss Spider-Man and more from Comic-Con.
We discuss Activision's under-hyped shooter and the underrated games of E3.
On this week's episode, we talk about Double Fine's long-awaited Kickstarted adventure Broken Age, discuss the current YouTube controversy, and play Back of the Box Trivia.
We talk about the huge potential – and painful launch – of Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto Online.
Features discussion of Supreme Court video game case, plus Kinect and GoldenEye 007 reviews