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  • Blog Post: Opinion – The Industry Needs More Shooters

    Series like Call of Duty and Battlefield dominate the market, but recently the gaming community has been gripped by a disturbing new trend – people complaining that they want to play more than just shooters. However, there's a reason games with guns have always been – and will always... More
  • Blog Post: Confessions of An FPS Rookie: My First Day With Titanfall

    I'll be frank: You're more likely to find an RPG or sports game in my console than a shooter. Don't take that to mean I don't enjoy shooters; the issue is that you have to sink time into any given shooter to master the mechanics - something I don't have enough hours for with my aforementioned... More
  • Blog Post: Titanfall Beta Impressions: A Breath Of Fresh FPS Air

    Last night I had my first taste of Titanfall gameplay. Before we begin, there’s the obvious caveat that this is a beta and not everything is in or working as it may be at release. After spending around five hours with the title unlocking weapons, creating various loadouts, and discovering how to... More
  • Blog Post: Top 50 Challenge – Metro: Last Light

    Learn more about the Game Informer Fight For the Top 50 Challenge 2013 I accepted Jeff Marchiafava's challenge to play Metro: Last Light, a game he decided to champion for our year-end Top 50 list. I went in blind. Though I'd heard good things about it, I'd never played Last Light or its... More
  • Blog Post: How Titanfall Taps The Power Of The Xbox One

    While Titanfall is also being released for PC and Xbox 360, the developers at Respawn Entertainment are focusing much of their attention on getting the game up and running on the Xbox One. Since the Xbox 360 version of the game is being developed by a separate unnamed developer, the relatively small... More
  • Blog Post: Titanfall Smashes The Line Between Solo And Multiplayer Experiences

    When it comes to shooters, people often draw lines between single- and multiplayer experiences. Some players happily cruise through the storyline soaking up every set piece without once going online and fragging strangers. Their counterparts probably couldn’t even tell you where their favorite... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Sanctum 2

    As you can see in my recent review , I was pleasantly surprised with Sanctum 2 – Coffee Stain Studios' newest tower defense game with FPS mechanics. The blend between thinking ahead and in-the-moment kept me on my toes. Right now, you can get Sanctum 2 on PC and Xbox 360, so we wanted to you... More
  • Blog Post: How BioShock Infinite’s Elizabeth Makes Her Mark

    When I heard Booker DeWitt would always have the lovely and energetic Elizabeth at his side during BioShock Infinite , I was worried. Not because I didn't find Elizabeth magnetic (I did), but whenever you are tasked with escorting a character through danger, that companion can become a burden. Often... More
  • Blog Post: Editorial: Why I Put Down Borderlands 2

    The rush of holiday releases are enough reason for anyone to put down a game that came out in September, but I stopped playing Borderlands 2 shortly after its release. Talking about my issues with the game has been difficult, given the nearly unified praise it’s received. I agree that Borderlands... More
  • Blog Post: Defending Call Of Duty

    About a month ago, I was scrolling through the comments on one of our stories about Resident Evil 6 . As anyone who has ever used the Internet can attest, you’re bound to run into some misguided statements and opinions in the comments section of any website. One in particular irked me as I read... More
  • Blog Post: Why Should You Care About eSports?

    What makes over eight million people tune in to live streams to watch other people play video games? Electronic Sports, better known as eSports, is an umbrella term for competitive video gaming. Competitive gaming has been growing in popularity for a while now, developing a large fan-base that is both... More
  • Blog Post: Spoiled! Portal 2

    It almost feels wrong highlighting the finale of Portal 2 when the entirety of the game is near perfect . Few of us in the Game Informer offices rushed to discuss the awesome climax right after beating it. Instead we chatted about memorable puzzles along the way, new gameplay mechanics, and Cave Johnson... More
  • Blog Post: Singularity Spoiled!

    Did you beat Singularity ? Did you try but simply ran out of time? Or maybe the game flew under your radar and you want to see how the narrative concludes? Well, the way in which this time-bending, mutant-laden, paradox-forming adventure ends is worthy of your time. Game Informer is pleased to completely... More
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