The lights are on
The Game Informer offices got bombarded with snow this week, but after
we work up a sweat digging out our igloos, we'll curl up under some
blankets and play some games. What about you?
Maybe you want your office to be full of pictures of friends, family,
and pets...or maybe you want an awesome tribute to an 8-bit classic.
When they're not competing in the games, our athletes can unwind with retro arcade machines including Магистраль and Cнайпер-2.
Legend of Zelda fans will appreciate this homage to the series in the form of playing cards.
We've seen plenty of high-quality realistic takes on Pokémon, but science-fiction artist renditions are rare.
Fans of Mega Man and comics alike should check out our reveal of the Dawn of X Part One Villain Variant cover.
A crafty Twitch user has created a program that allows chatroom guests to Play Pokémon Red/Blue, and the results have been chaos.
If the negativity of the internet is getting you down, then you should check out this heartwarming proposal done in Divinity: Original Sin.
Blacksmith Tony Swatton is no stranger to crafting video game weaponry, but he said this Halo energy sword was one of his most requested yet.
The third Video Games Live album is due out next week.
The cube is one of the most important shapes in gaming, and it has gone on quite a journey.