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We're taking Labor Day to honor some of the developers that made an impact on us.
We tag cars and dodge cops in the Dreamcast title that popularized cel shading.
Even the most open-world experiences must restrict the player in some way. These are the most transparent artificial barriers – even if you can't see through them.
Enjoying games is so passé. All the cool kids will be hating this holiday's biggest hits. Read on to find out why.
By mixing player choice with fun opportunities to mess with your fellow players, Wizards of the Coast has crafted a brilliant strategic board game that maintains a strong fantasy theme.
BioWare has found success making its dragons interesting – and the team is making even bigger strides with Dragon Age: Inquisition.
You might be familiar with Game Informer's award-winning Smash Bros. Marathon, but last year the Game Informer community teamed up with Extra Life for a marathon that made a difference. During our 24-hour gaming sprint we raised over $10,000 for charity. This year, we aim to outdo ourselves.
Russell Pohl’s Mr. Freeze costume is a great exercise in getting
creative with found objects while on a short deadline. Whipped up in
three days just prior to New York Comic Con, Russell got most of what he
needed from sports equipment and local craft stores.
EA Sports vows to continue making college football tiles. Perhaps it shouldn't.
In this video interview, the creative director for the Dragon Age series talks about tidying up the lore and planting seeds for the next entry.
If you're in your late 20s or early 30s and want to ruin your childhood, we've got the game for you.
When news hit the office of the Nintendo 2DS, the Game Informer office erupted in commentary. Here are some of the editors' opinions on the new device.