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  • Blog Post: We Played Dreamcast With Comedian Jackie Kashian

    The Game Informer offices are connected to the nationally renowned Acme Comedy Club , and from time to time we try to convince touring comedians to come by and play video games with us. On this occasion, we asked Jackie Kashian to come by. We played the little-known Dreamcast game Floigan Bros., and... More
  • Blog Post: Don't Buy Battlefield Hardline For The Single-Player Campaign

    The Battlefield Hardline review embargo lifted tonight, but we won't be posting our review until we've spent extensive time with the multiplayer on live servers. I have, however, already completed the single-player campaign and can confidently say that you won't be missing much if you skip... More
  • Blog Post: GTA Online Heists Impressions – The Waiting Game

    After more than a year of impatient foot stomping by the GTA faithful, Rockstar finally delivered on the promise of bringing multiplayer heists to Grand Theft Auto Online free of charge. These five missions are the most complex and interesting of the activities available to players, but at this juncture... More
  • Blog Post: Review In Progress – Resident Evil Revelations 2

    Capcom's approach to the release of Resident Evil Revelations 2 is a new one for the series, as it takes an episodic form with new installments weekly. Since the wait between episodes is short, much like a TV show, we decided to provide weekly impressions, leading up to one official review and score... More
  • Blog Post: Camilla Luddington On Playing Lara Croft And The Difficulties Of Pretending To Drown

    Many will recognize Camilla Luddington from her recurring roles on shows like Grey's Anatomy , Californication , or True Blood , but gamers know her as Lara Croft. Luddington provided Lara's voice and motion capture performance for the 2013 reboot, and lent a new level of grounded believability... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – ScreamRide Demo

    If you've ever played Roller Coaster Tycoon and wished that you had the ability to cause even more mayhem, it looks like ScreamRide will be right up your alley. The demo released today, and it delivers a mix of Burnout-style crashes and more traditional coaster-building. Join me, Andrew Reiner, and... More
  • Blog Post: Five Mortal Kombat X Dream Guest Characters Our Readers Forgot To Suggest

    Yesterday, I posted a feature detailing more than 40 fictional and non-fictional guest characters that could appear in Mortal Kombat X as suggested by our readers. It was a big expansive list, but there were a few obvious ones I felt our readers neglected to mention. All of these fighter suggestions... More
  • Blog Post: Readers Tell Us Their Top 25 Dream Mortal Kombat X Guest Characters

    Though it didn't make any promises about who would be appearing, NetherRealm did recently confirm that guest characters will be appearing in Mortal Kombat X. We asked our readers who they would like to see appear in Mortal Kombat X, and though the responses were incredibly varied, there were quite... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – The Godfather

    In the second episode of Replay's third season, Tim Turi meets Vito Corleone for the first time. That's right. He's never seen The Godfather films or read the books. We figure his best introduction to this beloved crime story is through the video game adaptations by Electronic Arts. He gets... More
  • Blog Post: Ominous Beauty – Exclusive Rise Of The Tomb Raider Concept Art Gallery

    Concept art is an unsung hero in the game development process. It's often the first thing created for a video game and serves to direct the tone and style of the entire project. Before pressing the A button ever makes a character jump, or pushing the control stick makes a character move, concept... More
  • Blog Post: 11 Simple Changes Bungie Could Make To Improve Destiny

    We're not game developers, but we put together a list of 11 simple changes that would improve the Destiny experience. Sure there are bugs with Crota or other encounters, but these changes raise the quality of life across the board for all players. 1. Increase Vault Space Fighting with item space... More
  • Blog Post: Kyle Hilliard's Top Five Games Of Last Generation

    I’m sure many of our lists will feature broad open worlds and RPGs full of choices and alternate player-driven directions, but I have always been a fan of the more curated experience – the one that has been designed with a specific goal in mind that the player must accomplish. I love exploring... More
  • Blog Post: Wade Wojcik's Top Five Games Of Last Generation

    The seventh generation of video game consoles was an era that rivaled the golden age of the late ‘90s. Though I could only afford a Wii at the time, I eventually got an Xbox 360 and was able to be a part of some great new franchises. And while I didn’t get to play all the best games from... More
  • Blog Post: Looking Back At The Conversations Of 2014

    On January 1 this year, I spent some time putting together what I thought would be the biggest issues of this gaming year . Now that we are nearing the end of the fall rush, it’s time to look back and re-evaluate where we are. Early Access Continues To Evolve As Kickstarter begins to plateau and... More
  • Blog Post: Opinion – Dragon Age: Inquisition Has The Best Cast In The Series To Date

    Dragon Age: Inquisition has my favorite cast by far. In the past two entries, I've only enjoyed a few select members from each game (cough, cough Morrigan and Varric), but I've never found an ensemble as powerful as Dragon Age: Inquisition, where even if I didn't like certain cast members... More
  • Blog Post: NBA 2K15 Frustrations: MyCareer Won’t Let Me Craft The Player I Want

    NBA 2K's MyCareer mode is my favorite destination. I revel in creating my own player and weaving his story as an up-and-comer; slowly making a name for himself and eventually rising to prominence. The story aspects still have a way to go, but there's plenty of potential. I like that this mode... More
  • Blog Post: Breaking Down The Dragon Age: Inquisition Romance Options

    The weight of the world may be on your shoulders, but that doesn't mean you won't find love along the way. Dragon Age: Inquisition has multiple romance options available, some specific to certain genders and races. You don't have to romance someone, since you might not find someone you want... More
  • Blog Post: Afterwords – Forza Horizon 2

    Forza Horizon 2 wasn't just more of the same from the racer, it was developer Playground Games expanding the game's entire open world as well as its first foray on a new platform. We talked with Ralph Fulton, creative director at Playground Games and Alan Hartman, director at Turn 10 Studios... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Halo: The Master Chief Collection

    Halo: The Master Chief Collection gathers all of the Halo adventures starring Master Chief into one package, but pays special homage to Halo 2. In an effort to showcase some of the drastic aesthetic changes made to Master Chief's second journey, we're taking a quick look at one of its levels... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Danger Of The Ooze

    Activision released a new game today starring the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, developed by WayForward. Did the studio behind games including DuckTales: Remastered, Contra 4, and Double Dragon Neon deliver a game worthy of the license, or does it keep the streak of disappointing Turtles games going... More
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