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  • Blog Post: October Cover Revealed – Call Of Duty: Ghosts

    Year in and year out, Call of Duty sets sales records with its blockbuster-like campaigns and engaging multiplayer. Whether it's been Infinity Ward or Treyarch at the helm, the last several years have seen the series avoid the franchise fatigue that plagued other Activision franchises like Tony Hawk... More
  • Blog Post: August Cover Revealed: E3 Hot 50

    The next issue of Game Informer is so big we needed five different covers. The August edition of Game Informer features our E3 Hot 50 list, a ranking of the most intriguing games shown at the annual convention. We chose five games from our list that represented all the diversity and excitement of the... More
  • Blog Post: May Cover Revealed: Batman: Arkham Origins

    Warner Bros. Games Montreal has taken the mantle of the bat from Rocksteady Studios this time around for Batman: Arkham Origins. WB Montreal has full access to Rocksteady's custom modified Unreal engine to capture the look and feel of the Arkhamverse. As the title suggests, the game takes place years... More
  • Blog Post: Ask Eidos-Montreal Your Thief Questions

    We have the developers behind the upcoming Thief reboot on tap to answer all your questions about the game. Now we just need your questions. No matter how long our cover stories get, there's no way we can shove every detail we learn about a game into our magazine. We'd love to answer any burning... More
  • Blog Post: April Cover Revealed: Thief

    Eidos Montreal has been working for years to reboot the classic stealth series Thief, and the fruits of its labor will finally be revealed in issue 240 of Game Informer Magazine . Our April cover story is a world-exclusive look at this next-generation stealth title. Series hero Garrett returns to the... More
  • Blog Post: March Cover Revealed: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

    Our March cover story gives a world-exclusive peek into the next generation of RPGs with The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. This standalone sequel takes the fascinating stories and characters, non-linear plotlines, and difficult decisions that the franchise is known for and puts them all in an open world 30 times... More
  • Blog Post: Cover Reveal: Dead Island: Riptide, Fuse, Beyond, Metro: Last Light & Ni No Kuni

    For our August issue, we released five separate covers featuring games from our E3 Hot 50 list. Massive franchises like God of War, Splinter Cell, and Resident Evil graced those covers, but we're doing something a bit different for our November issue. You've heard all about upcoming blockbusters... More
  • Blog Post: April Cover Revealed: Assassin's Creed III

    For years now we've enjoyed the adventures of Ezio Auditore as he makes his way through the Italian Renaissance and Ottoman-controlled Constantinople. That story is over. Ever since the conclusion of Assassin's Creed II, a senior team of Ubisoft developers has been secretly toiling away on what... More
  • Blog Post: March Cover Revealed: The Last Of Us

    Ever since its debut video in December, The Last of Us has shot to the top of many gamers' most anticipated upcoming games. The trailer ran on in-game assets and the engine, but it didn't show an actual part from the final game. We visited Naughty Dog's studio to see a full segment of The... More
  • Blog Post: February Cover Revealed: XCOM: Enemy Unknown

    This is the announcement you've been waiting for: One of the most beloved strategy titles of all time re-imagined by one of the best strategy studios in the world. Firaxis Games' XCOM: Enemy Unknown introduces a wider console audience to what made the storied franchise great in the first place... More
  • Blog Post: January Cover Revealed: South Park

    Trey Parker and Matt Stone have never been shy about their love of gaming. From Randy Marsh playing Guitar Hero in his underpants to the legendary "Make Love, Not Warcraft" episode, the comic duo have demonstrated an obvious familiarity with the medium. Now that they've conquered television... More
  • Blog Post: November Cover Revealed: Transformers: Fall Of Cybertron

    In 2010, High Moon Studios released War For Cybertron, finally giving Transformers fans a game worth getting excited about. Afterwards, the developer settled back and listened to what the fans wanted, going back to the drawing board to craft a new and improved follow-up. Transformers: Fall of Cybertron... More
  • Blog Post: September Cover Revealed: Borderlands 2

    Gearbox Software’s co-op lootfest is back with a host of exciting changes to the first game's addictive formula. The September issue of Game Informer contains 12 pages of exclusive details and screenshots from Borderlands 2, and outlines the numerous improvements the developer has in store... More
  • Blog Post: Could Wii U Be The Best Platform For Darksiders II?

    The announcement of Nintendo’s new console certainly sounds like a boon for gamers, but what do developers think of Nintendo’s new Wii U? Vigil Games, the developer behind Darksiders II, is certainly looking forward to bringing its series over to the system. "I think it’s cool... More
  • Blog Post: July Cover Revealed: Darksiders II

    THQ hinted at the sequel to Vigil Game’s breakout hit almost immediately after the success of the first title, but we knew little about Darksiders II until now. Fans of the first Darksiders are already familiar with Vigil’s fiction – the eternal war that rages between the forces of... More
  • Blog Post: May Cover Revealed: Mass Effect 3

    Commander Shepard has already saved the galaxy twice, but the final entry in the Mass Effect trilogy could be either the hero's last stand or finest hour. Earth is in jeopardy, entire civilizations are at risk, and we've got all the details. Our latest issue has 12 pages of exclusive info, screens... More
  • Blog Post: January Cover Revealed

    Forget what you know about Lara Croft. As of today, all that is changing. In our world-exclusive cover story, we uncover a brand-new Lara Croft. Rebooting the Tomb Raider franchise through an origin story wasn’t so much a choice as an act of necessity, according to Crystal Dynamics. Drastic measures... More
  • Blog Post: December Cover Revealed

    Last December we celebrated our 200th issue with eight unique covers and our Top 200 Games of All Time . This year, we decided to reveal our Top 30 Characters Who Defined A Decade . Characters and story in games moved forward at a rapid pace in the last decade as developers and publishers pushed the... More
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