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  • Blog Post: The Giant List Of Games Our Readers Must Defend

    Yesterday I posed a question to readers : What generally disliked games do you defend? The responses from readers were wide and varied, covering games I didn't even realize needed defending. I've gathered the results here . Click here for a larger chart First up, in the chart above, you will... More
  • Blog Post: The Readers Have Spoken And Selected The Best Version Of Batman

    We recently proposed a difficult question to our readers – what is the best version of Batman, video game or otherwise ? Here are the responses. No need to tease the results – among readers here at Game Informer, Kevin Conroy's interpretation of Batman, specifically from Batman: The Animated... More
  • Blog Post: Readers Respond: Mass Effect, Fallout 4, And EA Lead E3 Anticipation

    Our readers are getting excited for E3, and they aren’t shy about letting us know what has them most hyped. We already tallied the results from a poll about press conference anticipation . Now we look at games and publishers. With so many games mentioned by our readers , we split things into two... More
  • Blog Post: Taking Star Wars: Battlefront's Temperature – Our Readers Tell Us How Excited They Are(n't)

    Following the reveal of Star Wars: Battlefront, we posted a reader discussion asking our readers if the game is a must-play title. These are the results of our inquiry. From the chart below, you can see that there were four general categories readers fell into regarding Battlefront's first showcase... More
  • Blog Post: Readers Tell Us Their Video Game Adaptation Ideas For This Year’s Best Picture Nominations

    Yesterday, I posed a reader discussion asking what Best Picture nominated films could possibly receive video game adaptations and readers responded. You can check out the responses below where readers came up with ideas for every nominated film, posed some original ideas, while many said that the discussion... More
  • Blog Post: Our Readers' Top Five Most Anticipated Games Of 2015

    Earlier this week, we ran a reader discussion asking our readers what game they are most anticipating. Readers had tons of games on their mind, and many had trouble just picking one. We've tallied the results, and it was a close one. Plenty of games such as No Man's Sky, The Division, and Star... More
  • Blog Post: Top 10 Deranged Video Game Villains

    Video game villains are compelling for a variety of reasons. Some have great power and abuse it for their own means; others are simple rivals, meant to provide extra drive toward your ultimate goal. These enemies can be daunting, but rarely achieve that feeling of pure evil. Pure evil can be hard to... 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
  • Blog Post: Weekend Warrior 8/15/14

    It's the weekend again! We're also sad to say that this is the last Weekend Warrior you're going to be seeing from this summer's team of interns. Though we're sad to say goodbye, that doesn't mean we're ever going to stop playing video games – and this weekend is not... More
  • Blog Post: Weekend Warrior 7/25/14

    Even though working at Game Informer is great, it's still hard work. Sometimes we need to take a break from playing and writing about video games to...well, play more video games. It looks like many of us plan to spend this weekend relaxing, catching up on recent releases, or digging through some... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion – How Do You Feel About Delays?

    Delays are a part of the industry. Whether publishers decide to aim for more lucrative release windows or developers need more time to polish their games, delays are common occurrence. Today it was announced that Bethesda's horror title, The Evil Within will not arrive until October, and Sony's... More
  • Blog Post: Weekend Warrior 05/23/2014

    The extended holiday weekend let some people go camping. Fools! For us, the best use of that extra day off is playing games. Most of us will be putting time into Infamous Second Son and Transistor as well as a few other catch-up titles. What about you? Tell us in the comments below. Mike Futter: This... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: What's The Worst Game You've Ever Played?

    Gamers are treated to some of the best titles developers can muster towards the end of a console generation. The Last of Us , BioShock Infinite , and the upcoming Grand Theft Auto V show off what talented creators can do after learning the hardware inside and out. But sometimes, the sterling examples... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: What Games Do You Want To Be Able To Download?

    Lately, I have struggled with splitting my time between playing current titles and playing older ones. Too many games exist that I never tried out – either because I wasn’t old enough to hold a controller or because I just didn’t play a title around its release window. Most recently... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: How Much Kickstarting Is Too Much?

    Tim Schafer and Double Fine launched another Kickstarter today while their previously Kickstarted game is still deep in development. Are you still on board? Double Fine isn’t the only company to go down this route . Brian Fargo’s Inxile Entertainment is still cranking away at Wasteland 2... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Xbox One Or PlayStation 4?

    Back in February we learned a lot, but not all, about Sony's PlayStation 4 . Today we got a similar peek into Microsoft's next-generation console, the Xbox One . We still have a lot to learn come E3, including cost and system versions, but that isn't stopping us from talking about what's... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Do You Still Like Your Wii U?

    It's almost been five months since Nintendo launched the Wii U. The system hit with some solid first-party offerings like New Super Mario Bros. U along with ports of popular games like Batman: Arkham City and Assassin's Creed III. Wii U owners haven't had much new to play since the console's... More
  • Blog Post: What Will Make You Switch To Blizzard All-Stars?

    Players of the MOBA/Dota-alike genre are notoriously defensive about their preferred game’s notional superiority. The entire landscape consisted of a handful of titles for years, but more and more games are competing for this enormous player pool every day. What can juggernaut developer/publisher... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Your Go-To Games

    We've reached that horrible time of year, when the holidays suck out your soul and the big games have stopped coming out. What's a person to do in dire times like these? This is the time when you reach back into your collection and pull out that old favorite – that game that you can always... More
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