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Disney Infinity has become the gaming destination for nearly everything Disney. Avalanche Software’s first two installments put Disney, Pixar, and Marvel characters under one roof in story-based and freeform experiences. Now it’s time for Disney to give the Star Wars brand its due – Luke, Leia, Anakin, and more are joining the family with Disney Infinity 3.0, and we’ve got all the details in our mega-sized 16-page cover story.
The original Deus Ex is one of the most critically acclaimed shooter/RPG hybrids of all-time. In 2011, Eidos-Montreal resurrected the dormant franchise with Human Revolution, giving the series an updated look while remaining true to the player choice-driven gameplay. Eidos-Montreal knew its game wasn’t perfect, and has worked to improve the series' combat systems and boss encounters for the latest entry in the series – Mankind Divided.
Mad Max has left an immeasurable footprint on video games – and pop culture in general. He hasn’t officially appeared in a game since an NES title released 25 years ago, but game developers have drawn inspiration from his dystopian, post-apocalyptic universe for decades. Avalanche Studios, developer of the Just Cause series, is tackling his gaming comeback. We visited their office in Stockholm, Sweden, to learn how the team’s expertise in creating open-world mayhem is a natural fit for creating the most fully realized Wasteland yet.
The Essentials is a weekend feature celebrating the best that the digital medium has to offer. We’re curating this list to be a resource gamers can use similar to a "required reading" list. In our collection you’ll find titles from across generations and genres, along with our reasons for selecting them for this honor.
There’s never a shortage of things to talk about in the week-to-week world of gaming, so you can look forward to opinions and observations from the GI editors each Thursday.
A great idea that quickly became a site favorite - take old games, favorites, junk, etc. - and look at them from a modern perspective. It needed a hub because it is that awesome.
Our reviews let you know just how good a game is, but sometimes you want to see it in action before deciding whether or not to pull out your wallet. Luckily for you, our regular video series Test Chamber shows you all the latest releases in action.
Game Informer's Downloadable Destination - a look at all the great games available from big and independent developers on PSN, XBLA, and more.
Want to see the ending to a game you can't/won't play? We're here to help. With some analysis and opinion to go with it. Lives up to its name, though, so watch at your own risk.
When you’re tired of reading reviews, previews, and news articles, journey to this hub destination to see the crazy creations made by a wide variety of passionate gamers.
When there’s something new brewing in the MMO landscape, this podcast covers the relevant updates, expansions, and new releases in the genre.
A fascinating look at the world of video game cosplay. Started as a blog by our resident cosplay expert Meagan VanBurkleo, that quickly earned its own hub.