The lights are on
Here's what it's like for a Final Fantasy fan to step into the online world and experience the early areas of A Realm Reborn.
When it came time for Tim to challenge another co-worker to play Dead Space 3, I knew I was destined to be his guinea pig. Like it or not, it was time to step back into Isaac's space boots.
I accepted Jeff Marchiafava's challenge to play Metro: Last Light, a game he decided to champion for our year-end Top 50 list. I went in blind. Though I'd heard good things about it, I'd never played Last Light or its predecessor Metro 2033.
For hundreds of years we've been reading printed words off a page and
imagining the story they tell. Device 6 preys on that convention,
betraying your expectations, and delivering an engrossing tale that's
hard to put down.
The audio leads for Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor show off the game's soundtrack and explain how audio can enhance combat.
This 3DS RPG is entertaining in a lot of ways, but when an RPG under-delivers
on the story front, it really needs to over-deliver everywhere else.
A new world to explore in World of Warcraft called Outland lay on the other side of a hellish gate. All I had to do was step through it.
The Swapper is an excellent puzzle game with an engrossing space-horror story that I won't soon be forgetting.
I’ve sunk about 15 hours into the game, and I’m enjoying the vivid colors, sprawling world, and slowly evolving combat system.
So far, Thieves in Time is making a good case for me to fight for it.
Should Saints Row IV garner a spot in our coveted Top 50 games of 2013 list? Futter believes so, but I'm not so sure.
Is Sam Fisher's latest mission worthy of Game Informer's Top 50 Games of the Year list? Ben Reeves thinks so. Andrew Reiner has a different opinion.