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  • Blog Post: Weekend Warrior 10/24/14

    This weekend the Game Informer staff is participating in the annual Extra Life 24-hour livestream marathon for charity. The event will be chock-full of fun events and games of all varieties, which you can preview here . If you’re interested in donating, be sure to check out the Team Game Informer... More
  • Blog Post: Ubisoft Creative Director Leaves For Warner Bros. Games Montreal

    Patrick Redding, the former game director of Splinter Cell: Blacklist (shown), has left Ubisoft Toronto for Warner Bros. Games' Montreal studio. Redding will be the creative director at the Warner Bros. studio behind Batman: Arkham Origins on an unannounced project. According to Redding's Linkedin... More
  • Blog Post: Steam Sale Day 5: Hack, Slash, Shoot, Loot, and Survive

    The Steam Holiday Sale trucks on into day five with a new batch of discounts. As usual, if you see one game in a series on daily deal, you can probably find its franchise-mates for lower-than-normal prices. Here’s what’s available for the next two days: Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs - $9.99... More
  • Blog Post: Nvidia Offers Free Games With Purchase Of Select Video Cards

    Nvidia is currently hosting a major event in Montreal, at which they revealed holiday deals offering free games and discounts on the Shield handheld. All you need to do is purchase one of the company's video cards. If you purchase a GeForce GTX 660 or 760, you'll get Assassin's Creed IV:... More
  • Blog Post: No Offline Multiplayer For Wii U Splinter Cell: Blacklist

    Before we get to the bad news, let's get some positive details out there. Splinter Cell: Blacklist on the Wii U will include online multiplayer , and the DLC plans align with other platforms. In almost every way, the Wii U version of the game will be the same experience as on PC and other console... More
  • Blog Post: Ubisoft Sees 42 Percent Drop In Sales In First Quarter 2014

    Ubisoft has announced its first quarter 2014 financial performance, with significant drops year over year. Compared to first quarter 2013, which included the release of Ghost Recon: Future Soldier , Ubisoft's sales dropped just over 42 percent. The good news is that sales reached 76 million euros... More
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