I must confess, it’s hard not to be excited about the future of Destiny, a video game in which players must travel through space fighting enemies, getting loot, and beta-testing Destiny.
Teased since the release of 2.0 last year and officially revealed via Game Informer’s June cover story, Disney Infinity adds Star Wars characters to the toys-meet-games mix.
Those lines from Fallout that gave us goose bumps back then sure sound different with comedian Gilbert Gottfried's voice. That's right, the voice of Iago, the annoying parrot from Aladdin, takes on famous video game lines from Super Mario 64, Final Fantasy VII and a lot more in this Game Informer video.
Evolve survived the destruction of THQ one year ago and now the game is ready for a closeup. Game Informer's cover subject is the co-operative/competitive shooter, which sounds kinda like, yep, something from Left 4 Dead, for which Turtle Rock Studios is best known.
News broke this week that Warner Bros.' game division has been working on a new game based on Marvel Comics character. This Game Informer video offers a first look at the game and mentions that the game's big bad will be Galactus. According to coverage in Game Informer's print magazine, you'll be doing all your…
Grand Theft Auto V is in playable form, and at least one reporter is getting his hands on it today.
They won't call it Gears of War 4 and they don't call it Gears of War Karting, so what in the world is the name of the new Gears of War?
Earlier this week a person claiming to work for mega gaming chain GameStop posted a warning on Reddit to all prospective shoppers: if you sign up for a Game Informer subscription while you're at the shop, you will be signed up for a digital subscription, not for the print magazine—unless you ask.
Cortana sure looks blue in this brand new Halo 4 art, which will be on this month's cover of the gaming magazine Game Informer.
After the surprise success of their Broadway musical The Book of Mormon, South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone are looking to conquer the video game medium next. The December issue of Game Informer reveals that development's underway for South Park: The Game, an all-new AAA RPG console title set to hit PS3…
My copy of Game Informer did not arrive today. Time and the Columbia alumni rag, which I actively do not want, did. So I will not be reading about Borderlands 2 this weekend, as some are.
Developed by Arkane Studios and slated for release on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC in 2012, Dishonored is a first-person action game, and that's all we'll know until the new issue of Game Informer comes out. Thanks, Bethesda.
Who is Duke Nukem, and why—after all of these years—are we still talking about him? One of our readers has described him as a "character that people actually love or hate. Or feel something about. As opposed to military personnel (1) and (1a)." In a sea of "blandness," according to the reader, the Duke is something…
War rode proud and strong through the battle between good and evil in the original Darksiders, but he's only one of four apocalyptic horsepersons of interest. War, Famine, and Pestilence take the bench as Death saddles up his pale horse for Darksiders II.
If you're going to fake a Game Informer cover, you might want to get their slogan correct. And "specs"? Not on a cover. "in" instead of "at"? The one tool they don't have in Photoshop is
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Game Informer has posted the debut trailer for THQ and Volition's Saints Row: The Third, consisting of some music, a few splash screens, and one second of actual gameplay footage. See for yourself.
Kotaku, Gizmodo and one-time Game Informer illustrator Sam Spratt is taking preorders for the wonderful panoramic he created for the December cover of Game Informer magazine. Updated
Game Informer has revealed the cover for its February issue, dedicated to Bethesda's recently-revealed The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and while the front is rather classy and subdued, there's a mysterious party going on around back.
Master Chief, Nathan Drake, Alyx Vance, Niko Bellic, Kratos, The Boss, GlaDOS — just a small selection of the 30 video game stars that the newest issue of Game Informer names as the video game characters who "defined a decade."
Print is dying to the tune of a 5.6% drop in magazine sales in the United States for the first half of 2010, but one video game mag is still going strong.