The lights are on
We are getting the heck out the Game Informer offices because it's time
to celebrate the holidays, and catch up on all those video games we have
been putting off all year.
Though amnesia is often used as a story crutch, sometimes its implementation can create impressive and memorable moments.
We play off 2012 with a collection of our favorite songs of the year. One-hundred-percent "Call Me Maybe" free!
A big part of what makes the Tales franchise tick is its characters; find out who makes the cut for the best.
I used to never put a game down until I’d completely conquered it, even if things got so ridiculous that I found myself dodging 100 consecutive randomly timed lightning bolts.
Update: We've got the first round of stats and leaderboards for Game Informer's Hitman: Absolution Ax-mas Challenge.
With Thred for iOS, your micro-transactions will help end the mother-to-child transmission of HIV by 2015.
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?
In this video feature, Game Informer editors Andrew Reiner and Matt Bertz talk about their time in the world of Dishonored.
After plenty of multiplayer info, Sony has finally released a taste of single player. Watch us take control of Kratos once again.
Here are the best original rap songs written for a video game. Whether it’s a hit, miss, or diss, this list is sure to bring bliss.
The biggest settlement in the Capital Wasteland is also the most resourceful.