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In addition to covering all of the most important news coming out of the video game industry, we do our best each week to bring you the most informative and entertaining previews, video features, and editorial content you won’t find anywhere else. Here are the biggest stories from the past week:


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Here Are The Game Informer Crew's Personal Top 10 Games Of All Time

by Suriel Vazquez

Our Top 300 Games Of All Time list is a collective work. We introduce, argue for, and cement games as "The Greatest Of All Time" based on a number of factors like impact, cultural importance, and sheer quality. But sometimes, it's hard to make conclusive cases for our personal favorites, whether that means placing them higher on the list (where they rightfully belong), or putting them on the list at all. Sometimes we argue they should have made it on the list, while other times, we acknowledge the subtle difference between "best" and "favorite."


Here Are The Games Editors Wished Made Our 300 Greatest Games Of All Time

by Javy Gwaltney

Our debates for which 300 games were the best of all time were intense. When all is said and done, we produced a list we feel confident in and proud of. That said, nearly all of us have favorite games that didn't make the staff list. Here are the omissions we're the most upset about and why.

Breaking Down Game Informer’s 300 Greatest Games Of All Time By The Numbers

by Brian Shea

If you've read the most recent issue of Game Informer, you know that we celebrated our 300th issue by ranking the 300 greatest games of all time. It's an enormous list that can take hours to read through and took weeks for us to make. If you read that giant list and wondered how certain developers performed or which genres were most prevalent, then wonder no more!

Yakuza 6: The Song of Life Review – The Dragon’s Fiery Conclusion

by Jeff Cork

The Yakuza series is stronger than ever, with the recent wave of PlayStation 4 remasters and a new prequel game bringing Kazuma Kiryu to appreciative new audiences. Just as those fledgling fans are figuring out what loyal Yakuza players have known for more than a decade, Yakuza 6 comes along and upends it all. The latest entry in the series may mark the end of Kiryu’s tale, but don’t worry; Sega gives The Dragon of Dojima the sendoff he deserves.

Kirby Star Allies Review – The Pink Puff Goes On Auto-Pilot

by Kyle Hilliard

For better or worse, Kirby is Nintendo’s most consistent franchise. New entries come often, and they don’t stray too far from the “pretty good” mark in either direction. On that scale of inoffensiveness, Star Allies rests a bit on the low end, offering a bland Kirby experience with few new mechanics.

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This Week’s Top Ten Must-Read Stories

  1. Exclusive Interview With UFC President Dana White On His Addition To The EA Sports UFC 3 Roster
  2. The Virtual Life – Why Telltale's Joker Is So Fascinating
  3. The Latest Tomb Raider Movie Is A Charmless Retelling Of The Game
  4. A Way Out Director Josef Fares On Designing Games As Their Own Medium
  5. Super Replay – Killer7 Episode 2
  6. Way Of The Passive Fist Review - Straying From The Path
  7. Richard Garfield, Skaff Elias, And Valve On Balancing, Community, And Tournaments In Artifact
  8. Replay 300 – Super Metroid
  9. GI Show – Our 10 Favorite Games, Blizzard Interview
  10. Blog Herding – The Best Blogs Of The Community (March 15, 2018)

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GI Community


Check out our Game Informer Online community blog picks! Here you’ll find a sampling of the great content our community members have to offer. Not a member yet? Want to have your voice heard? Sign up here and get blogging!

Axiom Verge: Metroidvania At Its Finest

Brendon Curzio writes a short blog on what makes Axiom Verge so good. Really, you should have read Metroidvania in the title and knew right away that it's quite good. "New weapons lead to new areas, new areas lead to new discoveries, and with each new discovery secrets abound." That's really all you need to know.

The Elena Delusion

Uncharted 4's Elena is the subject of Buswaxer25's blog. The writer's take is that Elena is quite selfish, and Drake is not. Debate away in the comics.

Bloodborne: The Perspective of a Souls Beginner

Timothy Repasky is here to write about Blooborne as a complete newbie, which is pretty cool. He didn't think he would like it but fell in love. This is his story of getting sucked into the world of Bloodborne.


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