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My family came to visit the new baby (and my wife and I) during the Thanksgiving holiday, but only under the condition that I show them where I work. So, late Friday night, while everyone was else was enjoying time off from the office, I snuck my whole family in to take a look. My brother, freelance photographer extraordinaire, takes pictures of everything everywhere he goes, and the Game Informer offices were no exception.
Up above you can see where we record the Game Informer Show podcast, Replays, and Super Replays. That's where it all happens. Below you can see that we have a spiral staircase. This is what it looks like from up top.
This is what it looks like from below.
Matt Miller's desk below is probably second only to Dan Ryckert's as far as amount of stuff goes.
This is the vault where we keep all of the video games from all of history.
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The Skyrim statue reminds me of one of those sentinels that come to life if you get to close. Great trap for intruders coming up the stairs.
Wow, that vault...so many games...so awesome.
The Zelda tear off thing was awesome. And the office looks sweet. Cool to see where the replay magic happens
I always love the tour pics/vids of different workplaces in the game industry. It seems they always have the coolest setup. Thanks for posting this Kyle! If i can ever finish my studies and switch jobs i plan on a office, or at the very least a desk like those.
O will be an intern if I can sleep there...
Oh my god your baby is adorable! Also, that office is amazing. You lucky son of a gun!
All those games
I'd love to have that Fallout 3 statue...
What a great place to work. In addition, your sister is really pretty.
Nice to see some pictures of the office, I've caught glimpses in various videos and snippets but it's always cool to see a more overall picture.
You work in a fantastic place with great people, and I wish you and your family all the best.
Also that's probably one of the most arty pictures of a spiral staircase I've seen.