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  • Blog Post: Seven Crazy Things That Happened In The Star Wars Battlefront Beta

    Everyone is having a great time in the Star Wars Battlefront beta ( including our own Brian Shea ) and we learned today it will actually be going a little longer , which is great news. Reddit has become a great source of crazy moments from the game, highlighting skilled players, crazy bugs (it is a beta... More
  • Blog Post: NBA 2K16's Face-Scanning Feature Is Still Not Great

    Last year, NBA 2K15 implemented a way to scan your face into the game in hopes of enabling you to create ultra-realistic-looking versions of 2K players in the game. Unfortunately, the potential of this feature was greatly overshadowed by the shortcomings, as monsters created by the game began popping... More
  • Blog Post: A Massive List Of Xbox One Exclusives

    Not everyone can afford the luxury of owning every video game console, making the decision of which hardware to buy difficult. There's also an plethora of indie games to wade through, making the job of parsing all the exclusives even harder. Thankfully, the Game Informer staff has worked to the best... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Batman: Arkham Knight's Tumbler DLC

    Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight film trilogy garnered critical and fan acclaim for most of its run. With Batman: Arkham Knight giving several nods to past incarnations of the Caped Crusader through downloadable content, it was only a matter of time before Rocksteady released a component from the... More
  • Blog Post: Opinion – I Like The Kinect Because It Enables Me To Be Lazy

    It’s a controversial opinion to share, but it's one I can’t pretend about anymore – I like Kinect. I live in a house of interruptions thanks to my miniature human roommate, and as a result, the Kinect has become invaluable. It’s not its many advertised exercise functions and... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Lovers In A Dangerous Spacetime

    Join us as we take a look at Asteroid Base's challenging co-op spaceship shooter simulator that's all about bringing love back to the universe. Myself and Wade Wojcik took a look at the game's opening and tutorial, and then put our friendship to the test to tackle the game's first boss... More
  • Blog Post: Miyazaki Offers New Info About Dark Souls III's Magic System

    From Software's Dark Souls III graces the cover of Game Informer's October issue , and we traveled to the studio's Tokyo, Japan location to pick series creator Hidetaka Miyazaki's mind about the sequel. One of our big questions revolved around how magic works in Dark Souls III, and Miyazaki... More
  • Blog Post: Which Controller Is The Loudest? Sounding Off On Controller Noise

    Recently, while making my way through Infamous Second Son as the rest of my household was asleep, I could distinctly hear my controller echoing through the house. It wasn't from the speaker built into the controller I always forget is there that periodically emits noise to remind you of its existence... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Mad Max

    After a 25 year hiatus, we finally have another Mad Max to play. Join Kyle Hilliard, Jeff Cork, and myself as we kick the tires on Max's new ride, discuss the various upgrade systems, and drive headfirst into a storm despite our better judgment. Mad Max is out today on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and... More
  • Blog Post: The Best Indies To Watch From PAX 2015

    PAX Prime is one of the final opportunities for major publishers to show off their game line-up before the holidays, but it's not unusual for the independent developers to steal the show. The Indie MegaBooth is a utopia of fresh ideas and new directions, and our team is setting out to find the coolest... More
  • Blog Post: A Growing Guide Of Easy Achievements For Xbox One

    I thought I was done with Microsoft's achievements. I no longer hunted down games with easily obtainable points. No longer stuck with bad games just to get the big 50- or 10-point achievements upon completing them. No longer felt the desire to stay a good 100,000 points ahead of my friends, who clearly... More
  • Blog Post: The Great Gamescom 2015 Preview Roundup

    Gamescom 2015 is in full swing, and we have already seen big stories from Microsoft, Hajime Tabata, and Remedy. Our editors also got their hands on games like Star Wars Battlefront, Rise of the Tomb Raider, and more. We've gathered up all of our coverage in one convenient location, sorted alphabetically... More
  • Blog Post: Here Are The Original Scores For All Of Rare Replay's Games That We've Reviewed

    Rare Replay releases Tuesday, August 4, and it gathers 30 classic video games developed by Rare all onto one disc. Our full review of Rare Replay will post Monday, but in the meantime, you can read our original reviews for the games featured in the collection that we published reviews for. We don't... 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: Everything We Know About Fallout 4 So Far

    When it was revealed at this year’s E3, Fallout 4 instantly became one of the most anticipated games of 2015. Through various demonstrations and announcements, we’re gradually learning more and more about the post-apocalyptic, open-world RPG. This list is your one-stop shop for all of the... More
  • Blog Post: Editor Discussion – Why You Should Play Peace Walker Before Metal Gear Solid V

    Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is only about a month away, and it seems to be exploring new territory for Konami’s tactical stealth series. However, some fans may not realize that a lot of the mechanics in MGS V are iterations of concepts tested in Peace Walker. Originally released as a PSP... More
  • Blog Post: Let's Play Gone Home With Fullbright

    Fullbright may be working hard on their next game, Tacoma, but during our visit we decided to take a trip down memory lane with their previous game Gone Home. It's an intimate story that is told through layers of subtext across voice-overs, journals, and discovery. Our own Kimberley Wallace got to... More
  • Blog Post: We Tracked Down An Escaped Super Villain In This Batman: Arkham Knight Easter Egg

    Not all of Batman's super villains are content in a prison cell in Arkham Knight. There's an Easter egg related to changing the clock on your console in the game, and we tried it out. Join myself and Jeff Cork as we set our PlayStation 4 clock to October 31, Halloween day, which triggers an escape... More
  • Blog Post: These Are The Best PS4, Xbox One, And Wii U Games Right Now

    The current generation of consoles is young, but that doesn't mean the game libraries for the PlayStation 4, Wii U, and Xbox One are barren. Each already has a solid and growing collection of games that any enthusiast should check out. Whether you are a longtime player looking for a great game you... More
  • Blog Post: Video Interview – Fullbright's Sci-Fi Journey With Tacoma

    Isolation, mystery, and exploration are strong themes in Fullbright's storytelling. With the setting of its newest game aboard a lonely space station near the moon, Fullbright is leaving behind '90s nostalgia for spacefaring danger. Fullbright co-founders Steve Gaynor and Karla Zimonja reveal... More
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