The lights are on
The sudden separation from your constant companion illustrates the power of attachment in games.
Larry Scialabba has turned his hobby into a side job selling
custom-made video game controllers.
Some games just make it fun to watch your main character get hurt.
Yesterday, we ran a discussion asking Game Informer readers which they preferred: physical retail copies of games, or digital downloaded copies, and the results are in.
This week's episode takes a look at two horrible games for PlayStation. Watch us suffer!
The perceived absence of innovation has become a convenient excuse for gamers to condemn series and genres they simply don't like.
Visual novels have made an impact on U.S. gamers. Does the movement have a good chance to continue?
In this video feature, the developers share the inside story on Left 4 Dead's development, splitting from Valve, the fall of THQ, and the creation of Evolve.
We take the tentacled husband and father out of the aquarium to see how he controls.
When open world moments come about naturally, it feels like video game magic.
Facing off against Resident Evil 4's signature baddie is proof that sometimes surviving isn't as fun as dying.
This long lost profile on Samus touches on her galaxy-protecting power suit and mysterious beauty.