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In a recent episode of his Showtime program, Bulls***, he explored video game violence. We spoke talk about the topic and much more.
We kick off our milestone issue with eight collectible covers, an issue retrospective, and a top 200 list for the ages.
Often called Game Informer’s Library of Congress, the Vault is hands-down the best part of the office.
It’s that time of year again – a season when the American economy
relies on us to buy more than we can afford to propel ourselves out of
Find out how From Software crafted this PS3 exclusive's devilish levels and enemies.
Our list of the Top 200 games is full of compromises. There are some games that I personally think are glaring omissions (Myst), and others that shouldn't be on the list at all (Batman: Arkham Asylum), but there is one big victory on that list for me that makes all the imperfections worthwhile: Final Fantasy III at #8 as the greatest RPG of all time.
By no means is it the same game, but it remains a great
Left 4 Dead 2 is swollen with action that will leave your controller sweaty and worn.
We've compiled a gallery of the covers for all 200 Game Informer issues since 1991. Come check them out!
All of the discussion we had while putting together the Top 200 Games of All Time got me thinking about my favorite games ever. Here's the ten I've had the most fun with in my life...although not necessarily what I consider the ten "best" ever made.