The lights are on
Often called Game Informer’s Library of Congress, the Vault is hands-down the best part of the office.
We had a brief chance to chat with Patterson about his role in the Women's Murder Club games, and asked some sweeping questions about video games from an
accredited author’s point of view.
It’s that time of year again – a season when the American economy
relies on us to buy more than we can afford to propel ourselves out of
We here at Game Informer discuss what multiplayer games we’re playing,
what we see everyone else playing, and why think more people are
playing MW2 over L4D2, or vice versa
With the bulk of the holiday rush already on shelves, we look at the rest of winter's offerings
In the relatively short lifespan of the gaming industry, controversy has tainted public perception. Are these backlashes deserved?
In advance of our top 200 list, check out our top 100 games of all time list from August 2001.
So many great games, so little time and money to play them all! Game Informer opens up the holiday rush preparation discussion.
We’ve got a slew of new Army of Two content, including an exclusive look at the creative team’s favorite custom weapons.
With the launch of Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles, a handful of editors debate the
merits of the old versus new Resident Evil iterations.
I recently took a look at movies that actually had quality video
game adaptations. Here are some of the biggest "could haves" from the last few decades.
We got to ask questions about the game, the strangely cute Rabbids, their
signature "Bwaaaah!" and the actor behind it, odd human characters, the disappearance
of Rayman and more.