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  • Blog Post: Gravity Rush Remastered Reminds Us Why The Sequel Has Great Potential

    Gravity Rush, the Vita launch title about a gravity-manipulating amnesiac, is made its way to PlayStation 4 today with a new coat of paint. Along with taking a look at the upgraded version of game, we also discuss the game's minor legacy. Gravity Rush was a Vita launch title, and at least until now... More
  • Blog Post: Watch Us Unlock Surprising Characters In Lego Marvel Avengers

    Lego Marvel Avengers roster is enormous, offering well-known heroes like Iron Man and Captain America alongside characters that even Game Informer's biggest comic fans weren't familiar with. We dive into the game's open world to show off the fastest way to expand the number of characters... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Harmonix's Amplitude Revival

    It's the start of a whole new year of Test Chambers here at Game Informer, and to kick things off we're looking at one of the year's first releases: Amplitude . Harmonix has revived the music-rhythm formula that they invented with the games Frequency and Amplitude on the PlayStation 2 for... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Touring Destiny's Sparrow Racing League

    Today saw the release of the lastest Destiny patch, which includes a major rebalance for the Titan class , and a number of weapon balance tweaks. However, the far more visible addition is the Sparrow Racing League, a new timed event for the holidays in which up to six players can go head-to-head, with... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber — Call Of Duty: Black Ops III Campaign

    Call of Duty: Black Ops III takes things to exceptionally weird places during its standard campaign, and it's a journey that's best experienced with friends (or random players) with the co-op option. Join Daniel Tack, Kyle Hilliard, and Wade Wojcik as they take on a brief portion of campaign... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Exploring The Underwater Terror Of Soma

    The creators of Amnesia: The Dark Descent are back with a fresh nightmare to challenge horror fans. Soma transports players to a research facility on the ocean's floor, leaving it up to them to figure out why they're there and what to do about it. I already shared my positive thoughts on the... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Watch Us Lose 46 Lives On Super Mario Maker's Most Difficult User-Created Levels

    Super Mario Maker has a mode that gives you 100 lives and lets you sample some of the most difficult user-created levels. We tried it out. Super Mario Maker doesn't release on Wii U until September 11, but ahead of release there is already a healthy community building levels that run the gamut of... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Everybody's Gone To The Rapture

    The Chinese Room is known for creating atmospheric first-person adventure games with a focus on abstract, ambiguous narratives. Those types of games can be tricky to show off in a show as concise as Test Chamber, but we're paying a visit to the game's sleepy English town anyway to show you what... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – A Bridge Troll With A Sweet Tooth In King's Quest Chapter I

    The Odd Gentlemen and Sierra Entertainment have allied to bring back the legendary adventure game series, King's Quest. The first chapter of the episodic game, A Knight to Remember, is available now, and it's a whimsical good time ( read my review ). Come along with us as we take a stroll down... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Journey On PlayStation 4

    Journey makes its PlayStation 4 debut today ( after a few stumbles that it has already recovered from ), so we took the game for a test run to see how the port stacks up to the original. Join myself, Jeff Cork, and Journey first-timer, Brian Shea, as we explore the game's opening areas, and meet... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – From The Makers Of Pokémon, Tembo The Badass Elephant

    Game Freak is best known for its Pokémon games, but it is capable of much more, and Tembo the Badass Elephant is a good example. Join myself, Tim Turi, and Andrew Reiner, as we take quite literally our first look at the latest non-Pokémon game from developer Game Freak. Tembo is a Rambo... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Smashing Buildings, Baby Mothra, And Online Competitors In Godzilla On PS4

    Godzilla makes his new-gen (and last-gen) debut with the simply titled Godzilla today, and we take a look at an early part of the game and play a few online matches. Join myself and Andrew Reiner as we dabble with game's destructive, but repetitive gameplay, meet baby Mothra, and jump online for... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – The First 30 Minutes Of Batman: Arkham Knight's Batgirl Prequel DLC

    Batman: Arkham Knight's big story DLC, A Matter Of Family starring Batgirl , is available now for season pass holders, and we played through the first half-hour. If you haven't beaten Arkham Knight yet, don't worry. There are no spoilers in A Matter of Family (at least not during the first... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Portal Stories: Mel

    Valve's games have always been playgrounds for the motivated mod community, and Portal 2 is no exception. Portal Stories: Mel follows the titular Mel as she explores an Aperture Science laboratory of the past. Taking place in 1952, the game features about 22 new levels, original music, and a completely... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – You Must Build A Boat

    After three years of development, the expansion turned standalone sequel to 10000000, You Must Build a Boat, released today and we took a look. Join me, Andrew Reiner, Jeff Cork (the office match-three expert), and Bryan Vore (who is currently working on the review) as we check out the PC version of... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Halo: Spartan Strike

    We took Halo: Spartan Strike – Microsoft's twin-stick shooter, which takes place around the events of Halo 2 – out for a spin. Did we have fun? See for yourself. In the game, you play as a Spartan supersoldier working through simulations of the events that took place during Halo 2. In... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Splatoon Single Player Campaign

    Despite being pitched as a multiplayer-focused game when it was revealed, Splatoon does have a full single-player campaign with a story, and we played through a few of its levels. The single player mode is separate from the game's multiplayer mode without much overlap in terms of unlockables and... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Splatoon Online Multiplayer

    Nintendo recently brought Splatoon by our offices, and we were able to take the ink-shooter online and try out the game's multiplayer. Myself, Ben Reeves, Ben Hanson, and Corey Olcsvary from Nintendo's Treehouse (who would neither confirm or deny that the Nintendo Treehouse was an actual tree... More
  • Blog Post: Watch Us Play Code Name: S.T.E.A.M.

    Hopes were high for Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. as one of Nintendo's rare forays into creating a new universe, Game Informer's Kimberley Wallace has played through it and is ready to share her full impressions. Kim is joined by interns Jon Gregory and Justin Mikos as well as Kyle Hilliard as they start... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Far Cry 4's Valley Of The Yetis DLC

    Far Cry 4's Valley of the Yetis DLC marks the game's most extensive DLC add-on with a whole new substantial area to explore, an extension of Ajay's story, and some new mechanics that didn't appear in the main game. Andrew Reiner and myself played through a few minutes of the DLC, picking... More
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