Game Informer Offices: The Family Tour
My family came to visit the new baby (and my wife and I) during the Thanksgiving holiday, but only under the condition that I show them where I work. So, late Friday night, while everyone was else was enjoying time off from the office, I snuck my whole family in to take a look. My brother, freelance photographer extraordinaire, takes pictures of everything everywhere he goes, and the Game Informer offices were no exception.
Up above you can see where we record the Game Informer Show podcast, Replays, and Super Replays. That's where it all happens. Below you can see that we have a spiral staircase. This is what it looks like from up top.
This is what it looks like from below.
Matt Miller's desk below is probably second only to Dan Ryckert's as far as amount of stuff goes.
This is the vault where we keep all of the video games from all of history.
Bethesda sent us the statue above recently, and it has been strategically placed to surprise everyone that walks up the spiral staircase.
Below you can see the statues that are on display at the front entrance of the office. My sister finds the Pac-Man version of Kane and Lynch terrifying.
Prince of Hulkmania of Persia she doesn't seem to mind so much.
My mother doesn't know what Fallout 3 is, but thinks that this intimidating soldier is worth a photo-op.
This is the conference room where important decisions are made, and many games get played.
My brother is the one on the left. I know that they're almost indistinguishable when posed in such similar ways.
My sister found her prom date. She's in college, and won't ever be attending prom again, but that's a negligible detail.
She was asleep, and also can't talk, but the baby wanted a picture with the statue, too.
My sister steals as much stuff from my desk as she can fit in her purse.