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In this episode of Test Chamber, associate editor Jeff Marchiafava walks Ben Reeves and Jeff Cork through a trio of imaginative kill options in the crowded streets of Chinatown. Well, okay – two imaginative kill options. The third just involves shooting everyone in sight.
Crytek's latest installment in its acclaimed FPS series, Crysis 3, is one of the best-looking games around. But is it any good?
Whether you played the previous game or not, Transformers: Fall of
Cybertron offers a tight, action-packed experience filled with shooting,
stealth, flight, melee, and robotic dinosaurs wrecking everything.
Join Daniel Tack, Tim Turi, and Jason Oestreicher as they journey into the action-RPG Bound by Flame.
We were all so busy playing The Last of Us that we forgot to record a Test Chamber preview, so here's us playing one of our favorite areas from the game.
We take an extended look at Fable: The Journey's horse-riding and magic casting simulation, and see it fares better than the average Kinect game.
We're back with another intense round of 8-player mayhem to definitively settle whether Zelda or Mario is the better franchise.
Six games later, Kratos is still super angry. Watch us play the beginning of his latest adventure.
GI editors Reiner, Joe, and Jeff Cork cruise through Lego City in our latest Test Chamber to see if they can make the place any safer.
In this episode of Test Chamber, Reiner does his best Ryan Reynolds impression.
This video preview takes a look at the open-ended, zero-gravity section of the game prior to Tau Volantis.
Sam may have a new voice, but Blacklist offers up the series' trademark stealth action and builds upon systems introduced in Conviction.