The lights are on
We've stuffed even more video game references into this month's Game Hunt picture. Think you can find them all?
We play off our best of 2011 lists with a collection of our favorite songs of the year.
With last week’s food-induced comas behind us, it’s time to look onward and see what kind of games we will be spending our time with this weekend.
In this video special, the entire Game Informer staff thanks the readers and viewers that make the magazine and website what it is today.
We wouldn’t know anything about playing Facebook games while hard at
work in the office.
It's Christmas morning. You're excited about
that one gift you've been begging for since June. You want an iPhone,
but you have a pleased faux-smile
waiting in the wings if you discover you've received an Android, just
in case. You rip into your gift, and it is a phone, but it's a Windows
Phone 7. Don't worry though! No need to to be dissapointed though. There's plenty here for a gamer.
Pokémon X & Y is finally upon us, and we decided to take a look at
some of the battling, the best new Pokémon, and at least one Mega
Sit back and join Jeff and I for a comprehensive look at Starhawk's single-player campaign.
Figuring out Mega Man X's bosses had weaknesses offered a rarely matched feeling of discovery and revelation.
You don’t have to leave everyone else in your household behind if you take the next-gen plunge. Here are some launch games everyone can enjoy.
Join us as we sneak our way through the dreary, corpse-ridden tunnels of Metro: Last Light.
The Xbox Live Indie arcade is a shady place, but not nearly as shady
as a comedy club. You have to have guts to step in front of a crowd, but
we barely mustered up the courage to step onstage in Comedy Night.