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It's a big show this week, featuring an exclusive interview with Garth DeAngelis and Jake Solomon of Firaxis' XCOM team, plus discussion about the fallout out from sudden retirement of BioWare founders Ray Muzyka and Greg Zeschuk and review impressions of Borderlands 2.
We discuss the repercussions of the surprise 3DS price drops and pick our best games of 2011 so far.
This week, the Game Informer Show weighs in on two major game media events and a groundbreaking new platformer.
We talk Witcher 2, NCAA, and downloadable games: Ms. Splosion Man, Half-Minute Hero, and Galaga Legions DX.
A freewheeling discussion on the last year in video games
The podcast crew goes deep on Red Dead, Alan Wake, and Black Ops.
The summer drought is almost over, and we've got some interesting new releases to discuss, including a full breakdown of Microsoft's Summer of Arcade lineup.
We're excited to welcome Ken Levine, the visionary creator of BioShock and the upcoming BioShock Infinite, to this week's Game Informer podcast.
In this episode, we bid a fond farewell to LucasArts and ponder where it all went wrong.
In this week's podcast we discuss the critically acclaimed
Tomb Raider reboot, and the controversy surrounding the launch of EA's SimCity.
Andy Reiner fills in as host in wide-ranging discussions about L.A. Noire and the upcoming Madden NFL 12.
343 Industries took up the mantle of the Halo franchise after Bungie, and the studio has done it proud. Find out what's changed, what's new, and what's still great about Halo 4 in this week's podcast.