The lights are on
Longtime readers of Game Informer will remember former editor Justin Leeper, who recently published his first novel.
My colleague Matt Miller wrote a long and enthusiastic review of
Supergiant Games' downloadable action/RPG Bastion, which further sparked
my interest in a game that had been on many people's best of E3 lists.
While you should definitely read his review, I thought I'd
jot down some of my own first impressions of Bastion and why I think
it's a game well worth your time.
All eyes are on Nintendo CEO and president Satoru Iwata, who must be on the hot seat in this crucial stretch in the company's history.
I have a bit of bittersweet news to share with you all. After two
incredible years at Game Informer I am in the process of closing out my
last few days as a member of the editorial staff. Find out what I'll be up to next.
Rockstar games are deservedly well known for their immersive worlds, but I think L.A. Noire missed an opportunity in this department.
Disney Interactive's switch in video game strategy has left more than a few casualties in its wake.
If someone who has never played video games asked you what games they should play, how would you respond?
Like I needed another reason to love the Zelda franchise.