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  • Examina - A Hidden Gem

    I don't know how well-known Examina is among the PC community. I just stumbled on this game a few weeks ago, and something compelled me to buy it. Regardless, chalk this game up as yet another hidden gem - for an Early Access game, it contains some... More
  • Inside Review: Simplicity at its Finest

    From the first moments that I saw Inside back at E3 two years ago, I knew there was something special about the game. Every so often you just get this feeling that a game has a goal it wants to achieve and it knows exactly how it wants to go about doing... More
  • Where are all the bloggers?

    If I think back to the very first time I joined Game Informer Online, it was a very, very different place. Game Informer magazine, and Game Informer Online have always had some of the best, if not THE best coverage on the game industry as a whole. But... More
  • Top 5 Games with Good Secret Stories

    There are good stories that are always shoved in our faces and we're always tired about that! But the best stories comes out with a surprise and always is hidden. From games with stories told in the environment to stories told so subtly, Hello Wandering... More
  • CoD vs BF? Not Quite.

    Call of Duty and Battlefield. Probably the two most talked about FPS games. Everyone seems to be talking about the competition these two franchises seem to be in year after year. I even wrote a post about how players tend to be entirely one sided when... More
  • A Prediction Revised: Iterative Console Launches Might *Not* Be Here to Stay

    A while back, I made the prediction that Iterative Console Launches might become a practice of habit – that we would, perhaps, see the death of the traditional console life cycle. I now believe I may have been wrong. Microsoft chose to go out this... More
  • Umbrella Corps - It Sucks!

    It's not often I refund a game off Steam. In fact, I've got fairly low expectations when I trek into the unknown to pick up a seemingly interesting game - as long as the game works, appears as advertised and isn't some half-assed project that's... More
  • The Stock Male Protagonist

    While more and more games are giving serious roles to different races, females, different sexual preferences...I think it's great. More games offer the kind of identity MMO's offer, letting you go nuts with your alter ego and it centers around... More
  • Uncharted: Where Does the Series Go Now?

    This article contains spoilers for Uncharted 4: A Thief's End. Beware. I've officially beaten Uncharted 4 twice, and I'm playing it a third time. I've played the hell out of the multiplayer, taken 2,390 screenshots, and I'm more than... More
  • Resident Evil Was Never Scary For Its Scares

    Hail, Caesar! He has returned! After fantastic 4 th , a forgettable 5 th , and a sickening 6 th , our King hath returned! Maybe. Resident Evil 7 kept it wavy, baby, at the 2016 E3-stravaganza – a demo, meant to showcase the tone and style of the... More
  • The Girls of Summer: Super Princess Peach

    Not only do I have nothing but love for this game, but I have 100%’d it more than any other game I’ve ever played – even if the whole premise is apparently just one big joke about PMS. Which, by the way, it totally isn’t. I would... More
  • Gears of War: Ultimate Edition Review - Beginning to Rust

    One of the premiere franchises for the Xbox has been Gears of War, with the soon to be fifth game in the series coming later this year (Gears of War 4), I thought I would finally see what the series is all about and jumped into the first game. After playing... More
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