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  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Toro

    Have you been craving a bullfighting game? It's your lucky day, thanks to Recotechnology S.L.'s Xbox One game, Toro. Well, you're in luck if you aren't a bull. Join Andrew Reiner and me as we create our own flashy matador and wave our cape around til our brains melt. It's a thrilling... More
  • Blog Post: Read This Comic! Locke & Key: Master Edition Vol. 1

    A couple weeks back we took a look at Marvel’s launch of its newly launching event epic, Secret Wars , but today our recommendation goes out on a series that is already complete. Locke & Key’s rich fiction plays out across nearly 40 issues collected into six discrete arcs, but this new... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – See Eight Mewtwos Unleash Psychic Chaos In Smash Bros. Wii U

    For the first time in Super Smash Bros. history, a downloadable character has been added to the roster in the form of Mewtwo. To commemorate this occasion, we brought back our recurring 8-player Super Smash Bros. series to pit eight Mewtwos in a free-for-all brawl. Join myself, Jeff Cork, Jeff Marchiafava... More
  • Blog Post: The Essentials – Super Metroid

    Welcome to another installment of The Essentials, our weekly feature that showcases the best games our interactive medium has to offer. These games have set a high bar, and might be considered "required reading" for any video game fan. We've already looked at a slew of memorable titles... More
  • Blog Post: A Late Adopter's Guide To The Xbox 360

    While a lot of gamers are moving onto the new-gen consoles, not everyone experienced the benefits of Microsoft's system during the last generation. Thankfully, it's not too late. Not only is the hardware cheaper, but there is a greater wealth of Xbox 360 content to explore than ever before. Microsoft's... More
  • Blog Post: The Biggest Video Game News Stories Of 2015 (So Far)

    We're a quarter of the way through 2015, let's take a look back at what's already been a very eventful year in the video game industry. From big announcements like Nintendo making games for the mobile market to big shakeups in Konami's Metal Gear franchise, there's already been a... More
  • Blog Post: PAX East 2015 News And Previews Round-Up

    It may not have the announcements of E3, or the future of technology of a GDC , but PAX is still a big deal in the world of video games, and we're rounding up our coverage. PAX Indie Game Round-Up Much like we did for GDC , we rounded up a collection of indie games we had a chance to see at PAX and... More
  • Blog Post: Ex-Battlefield Developers Form New Studio In Hopes Of Kicking The Crunch Habit

    A half-year after he announced his plans to " abandon AAA " game development, former Battlefield and Payday 2 designer David Goldfarb has revealed his next move. Teaming up with fellow DICE alumni Ben Cousins, Goldfarb has founded a new studio, dubbed The Outsiders. For Goldfarb, the transition... More
  • Blog Post: Destiny - Xur's Gear And Upgrades For The Weekend Of January 30

    Look, Guardians. You must not be buying up the right stock, because Xur's inventory is starting to get stale. It's Xursday, but there isn't much reason to celebrate (unless you are a Hunter). Starfire Protocol makes yet another return for Warlocks, and Titans that didn't want Mk. 44 Stand... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Riptide GP2

    Riptide GP2 is a sequel to a popular mobile game that has graduated to Xbox One, and we decided to see how it fares on its new platform. Join me, Andrew Reiner, Jeff Cork, and renowned water-physics expert Ben Reeves as we jump on our wave runners and ride. First impressions recall the Nintendo 64 launch... More
  • Blog Post: Five 16-Bit Games That Should Get 16-Bit Sequels

    I always hoped Mega Man 9 would start a trend of sequels to classic games recreated in all their original pixelated glory. Plenty of independent developers have crafted original pixelated experiences inspired by the style of 16-bit Super Nintendo games, but my hope that more developers would craft games... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – The Talos Principle Stumps Our Crack Team

    Croteam is best know for it’s work on the silly FPS series Serious Sam, but its new game, The Talos Principle, is a different kind of first person game. Like Portal, this first person puzzler with leave you scratching your head, but it might also have you questioning your humanity. The Talos Principle’s... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Far Cry 4's First Hour

    With Far Cry 3, Ubisoft hit on a beautiful formula for an open world first person shooter. Tomorrow the sequel releases, but if you can't wait until then to get a glimpse of Ajay Ghale's adventures through the fictional country of Kyrat then you should check out our playthrough of the first hour... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Abraham Lincoln Fights Aliens In Codename S.T.E.A.M.

    Inspired by American comics books and 19th century literature, Intelligent Systems (Fire Emblem: Awakening, Advance Wars) is working on a new strategy game where Abraham Lincoln assembles a crack team of steam-powered specialists to fend off an alien threat. It's a bit of an oddball, but it's... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – Contra: Hard Corps

    Contra is one of the most beloved series in all of 8- and 16-bit gaming, but it's usually associated with Nintendo consoles. However, one unsung Sega Genesis entry in the series, Contra: Hard Corps, is just as fun and even more over-the-top than its Nintendo brethren. Cyborg werewolves with sunglasses... More
  • Blog Post: Opinion: Marvel Needs To Fix Its Gaming Division

    Over the last several years our culture has experienced a superhero renaissance. Marvel Comics has helped lead this push with its foray into the motion pictures industry, creating one of the most consistent theatrical runs since Pixar and Alfred Hitchcock. A few decades ago, only the most elite geek... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Destiny: Queen's Wrath

    Destiny's latest event, The Queen's Wrath, will run until October 6th. During this event, there are new special bounties available that provide reputation towards a new vendor, and players earn trips to special missions from completing these bounties. These special missions drop unique legendary... More
  • Blog Post: The Big News You Missed This Weekend

    With the extended holiday weekend you might have been camping, prepping for the new school year, or head first in a game like Diablo III. Whatever the case, this wasn’t a normal boring weekend, and if you missed some of the big happenings in the gaming world, here’s a quick recap of what... More
  • Blog Post: Weekend Warrior 08/29/2014

    To celebrate the beginning of a new school year, Game Informer is diving into the console version of Diablo III's console release. None of use will celebrate by going back to school. Tim Turi: I’ve finally made it to the last boss in Rogue Legacy. Given the entire game’s brutally steep... More
  • Blog Post: Weekend Warrior 08/22/2014

    Diablo III Ultimate Evil Edition has consumed our time and our every waking thought. We dream about playing it while we're sleeping, and daydream about playing it when we're at work. This weekend we won't have to dream any longer. Matthew Kato: Going to be playing plenty of Diablo III on... More
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