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Kyle Hilliard

Magazine Content Director

Kyle Hilliard has been enjoying games since the SNES, but it became a full on love affair after Link's seven year nap in Ocarina of Time. In high school and college, he convinced the school papers to let him write about video games. While shooting and editing video content for The Charleston City Paper during a college internship, he convinced them to let him write about video games. After graduating from the College of Charleston in 2009, he accepted a job managing the websites of a number of local newspapers in South Carolina. He also convinced them to let him write about video games. After convincing many other websites to let him write about video games, he finally convinced Game Informer. Kyle also served as GameSpot's mobile gaming editor, helped GameMill launch Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl and other titles, hosted the Gaming Ride Home Podcast, and is a co-host at MinnMax.


See Separate Sonics Speeding

The latest Sonic Generations trailer shows off quick glimpses of some of
the newly updated classic Sonic levels in both their 2D and 3D

Check Out Skyward Sword's Upgrade System

Nintendo's latest Skyward Sword trailer shows off Link's ability to
upgrade his items by collecting assorted materials throughout the world.
It also shows a large amount of uninterrupted gameplay.

Going Solo In Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One

Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One is a cooperative multiplayer game, but
that doesn't mean it has to be played with three other gamers. The
latest trailer from Sony Entertainment shows off the game's single
player experience.

Michael Mando Is Far Cry 3's Vaas

As the technology to insert real life actors into digital settings
becomes more and more impressive, so to will the number of digital
characters who won't be far removed from the actors playing them.