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  • Blog Post: Two Episodes In, And Hitman Still Misses The Target

    Despite having the best mechanics in the series, the latest Hitman's "episodic" format continues to kill my enthusiasm for the title. I reviewed the introductory offerings of Hitman last month, and while the gameplay stays true to what fans have loved about the series, the drip-feed of... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – An Early Run Through Mirror's Edge Catalyst

    Mirror's Edge Catalyst, the sequel to the 2008 parkour simulator, is getting ready to enter beta soon, and we took an early look at this pre-release peek. The beta goes out to those in the Frontrunners program on April 22 and to the general public on April 23 and ends on April 26. We got a chance... More
  • Blog Post: Two Dark Souls III Amateurs Discuss Their (Mis)Adventures

    From Software's Dark Souls series has garnered a dedicated cult following over the years, but not everyone is a true believer. Jeff Marchiafava and Jeff Cork discuss their early adventures in Dark Souls III, along with what they love about the game, and what they would chuck into the nearest bonfire... More
  • Blog Post: Creating The Colorful Cast Of Overwatch

    With Overwatch, Blizzard Entertainment will introduce its first new IP in nearly two decades. For the studio that produced such beloved worlds as Azeroth and Sanctuary, that’s a big deal. Bringing the world of Overwatch to life takes more than just interesting character designs and appealing map... More
  • Blog Post: 5 Things I Learned The Hard Way In Fallout 4’s Survival Mode

    Fallout 4’s revamped survival mode recently went into beta on PC. The difficulty now adds a few extra systems and obstacles to Bethesda’s RPG, including sleep, hunger, and thirst cycles; extra weight on crucial items like ammo and fusion cores; and the elimination of fast travel. With the... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Comparing The Ratchet & Clank Reboot With The Original

    The Ratchet & Clank series has been around for quite a while, with new games coming out almost every year since its inception. This year, however, the dynamic duo are getting rebooted with a movie and game both releasing this spring. Watch Ben Reeves, Kyle Hilliard and intern Connor Trinske as they... More
  • Blog Post: Everything You Need To Know About Destiny's Big April Update

    The agonizing wait for new things to do in Bungie's shared-world shooter is almost over. While Destiny Update 2.2.0 may not be the sexiest name for a content drop, it promises new activities, more powerful gear, and tons of tweaks and improvements. We've rounded up everything you need to know... More
  • Blog Post: Over 80 Images Of Incoming Gear And Goodies From Destiny's April Update

    Today's Destiny live stream revealed a ton of incoming gear, including Taken-themed armor sets, the return of several year-one exotics and legendary weapons, and the all-new chroma. We've got over 80 new screenshots and images to give you a first look at these in-game goodies in the gallery below... More
  • Blog Post: Afterwords – The Elegant Challenge Of Jonathan Blow's The Witness

    The Witness is one of the early success stories of 2016, with critical acclaim (including our review ) and encouraging sales numbers . Developer Jonathan Blow and his team at Thekla began the project in 2008, but the years of waiting have paid off for players in the form of an intriguing puzzle game... More
  • Blog Post: PlayStation Vue Isn't A Cable Killer, But It Could Cut Your Bill In Half

    Update: PlayStation Vue is a robust service, and I've uncovered even more features at our fingertips. A reader, Mr. De Lena, has pointed out that you can indeed watch Vue programming via the iOS app when away from your home (as long as you use the Vue account you've signed up with back on your... More
  • Blog Post: Analysis – Don’t Count On A 4K Future Quite Yet

    Last week, Kotaku reported that Sony was planning a new version of its PlayStation 4 hardware, which could play games at 4K resolution. Before you speed over to your nearest big-box retailer and throw your wallet at a new television, however, keep a couple of things in mind. First, while a few anonymous... More
  • Blog Post: Watch Us Turn Into Iron Man In Just Cause 3's Sky Fortress DLC

    Just Cause 3's Sky Fortress DLC released today, and it gives Rico a jetpack and a flying fortress to try and blow up. Andrew Reiner and myself take a look at the DLC, remark on its many, possibly intentional references to The Avengers , and do our best to pull off explosive feats of jetpack-assisted... More
  • Blog Post: Sony’s Heads Of PlayStation VR Discuss Virtual Reality’s Future

    PlayStation VR is poised to take the console market by storm as the first virtual-reality system to be released from any of the three major home-console manufacturers. Rather than the typical competition of Microsoft and Nintendo, however, Sony Computer Entertainment must focus on challengers from the... More
  • Blog Post: Try Out Game Informer's Custom Hitman Contract: The Ultimate Punchline

    We took advantage of Hitman's Contracts mode to create a challenge for the G.I. community. See if you can transform Agent 47 into a serial comedian by pulling off The Ultimate Punchline. Readers can compete in the custom mission in the PlayStation 4 version of Hitman, but the challenge starts before... More
  • Blog Post: How To Ace The Final Stage In Hitman's Escalation Mode

    The first episode of Hitman is out today, and although it is seriously lacking in content , pulling off the perfect kill is still a lot of fun. Hitman's new Escalation Mode tasks you with honing your assassination skills via a series of increasingly difficult challenges. If you're having trouble... More
  • Blog Post: Breaking Down Uncharted 4's Story Trailer

    We've seen brief snippets of Uncharted 4: A Thief's End for over two years now, but Naughty Dog has kept the story close to its chest, revealing very little about Nathan Drake's current state of being or the expedition he's embarking on. We know he and his brother Sam are looking for... More
  • Blog Post: The Top 10 Games On PlayStation 4

    The PlayStation 4 got off to a slow start, but an influx of exclusives and improved remasters have been building up a respectable library for the system. In this continually updated feature, we break down the top 10 games every PlayStation 4 owner should play. Here are Game Informer's current picks... More
  • Blog Post: Eight Ways To Fix Street Fighter V

    The launch of Street Fighter V was rough. Server issues plagued the first 36 hours of the game’s release, making for a frustrating introduction for fans eager to jump into the new title. While those server problems have improved, they further accentuated the meager offline options. As it stands... More
  • Blog Post: Watch Us Unleash Each Character's Critical Arts Move In Street Fighter V

    Street Fighter V launched today and players are starting to piece together who their main will be for the next entry of the classic series. We played around with some of the characters without knowing their movesets particularly well , but now we're going in with a different purpose: showing of what... More
  • Blog Post: Pros And Contracts: Digging Into The Hitman Beta

    The closed beta for the new Hitman game took place over the weekend, and despite the confusing price model, it's shaping up to be an interesting combination of classic Hitman sensibilities and the improved gameplay of more recent titles. Join Andrew Reiner, Jeff Marchiafava, and intern Connor Trinske... More
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