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From Sports To Humor, Introducing Game Informer's Specialized Columns

by Kimberley Wallace on May 16, 2016 at 10:00 AM

At Game Informer, we're always looking for new ways to deliver you the best content. Starting this week, we'll be launching columns covering a broad spectrum of topics, from video game culture to analysis of individual genres. This serves as an opportunity for our writers to share their knowledge and personality with you on a more consistent basis. Some of these columns will occur weekly, while others will be bi-weekly, providing you regularly scheduled content to look forward to.

This week two columns will kick us off: Science-Fiction Weekly, written by Andrew Reiner, and The Virtual Life, penned by Javy Gwaltney. Science-Fiction Weekly will delve into all types of media, from video games to movies, exploring the latest and greatest science-fiction endeavors. The Virtual Life discusses how our lives intersect with video games, delving into real-world topics.

In the coming weeks, columns focused on humor, RPGs, sports, and table-top games will follow. Here is our schedule.

This week: Science-Fiction Weekly (Tuesdays) and The Virtual Life (bi-weekly on Wednesdays) 

Next week: RPG Grind Time (bi-weekly on Wednesdays) and Top of the Table (bi-weekly on Fridays)

The following week: The Sports Desk (Mondays) and Funny To A Point (bi-weekly on Fridays)