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The Sports Desk – The NBA 2K19 Wishlist

The NBA 2K series is a sales juggernaut that won’t quit. Year in and year out, hoops addicts buy the game throughout the year, making it a perennial listing alongside the Grand Theft Autos and Call of Dutys of the world in the NPD sales charts. Playing the game year-in and year-out, it’s easy to see why. While developer Visual Concepts has its share of clanks off the rim (and even the ...[Read More]

E3 2018 Predictions: Nintendo

For the past two years, Nintendo has chosen to focus its E3 presence toward singular games. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild commandeered 2016 in a huge way and Super Mario Odyssey defined the Nintendo booth in 2017. The smart money is on Super Smash Bros. for 2018, but with the Switch’s continued success, we’re thinking we’ll be seeing a whole lot more than just Nintendo ...[Read More]

Super Replay – Killer7 Bonus Episode With Suda51

At the end of our Replay Civil War, it all came down to you to choose the next Super Replay! Our Overblood Facebook group ended up choosing two games through a tie: Killer7 and Godhand. You chose well. Killer7 is my favorite game of all time, for reasons I will fully elaborate on in the near future. The short version, however, it’s that it’s the closest video games have gotten to being...[Read More]

Replay – Beat Down: Fists Of Vengeance

In 2005, Capcom teamed up with developer Cavia to create a foul-mouthed brawler that offered a surprising amount of depth. The Game Informer crew cautiously reenters this world and are surprised by how “awesome” it is. We gave this game a 5 out of 10 back in the day, criticizing its use of language and bare-bones combat. Today, we’re more amused by it, and are quite smitten with ...[Read More]

Top Of The Table – Great Party Games For Your Picnic Table

Summer is upon us, and there’s plenty of reasons to find yourself enjoying the sunshine and a fun evening at the lake, a meal after a long hike, or simply settling in at your favorite camp site. While those settings aren’t ideal for giant strategic board games, they can be a perfect opportunity to break out simple social party games that are compact and easy to transport.  Pull these games out ont...[Read More]

GI Show – Fallout 76, Pokémon Switch, Mega Man 11

Welcome back to The Game Informer Show! On this week’s episode, Andrew Reiner, and Matt Bertz talk about the reveal of Fallout 76 from Bethesda Game Studios and Bertz’s trip to London to see three hours of Battlefield V gameplay. Then Kyle Hilliard and Suriel Vazquez (Skyping in from Tokyo) join the show to talk about the exciting announcement of Pokémon: Lets Go Pikachu and Pokémon: L...[Read More]

Blog Herding – The Best Blogs Of The Community (May 31, 2018)

I began chatting with Jeff Marchiafava about doing Blog Herding back in 2013. I just really wanted my life intertwined with Game Informer’s. As many of you know, I interned here. I love everything about G.I. I wrote many stories, one for print, went to parties where craft beer was had, and bad games were played. And editor Matt Kato became one of my closest friends, and one I look forward to...[Read More]

Your Spring 2018 Guide To Pokémon Go Legendary Raids, Alolan Forms, Quests, And More

Pokémon Go captured the world when it launched in summer 2016. Beyond the excitement of traveling to new locations to catch monsters and meet like-minded trainers, one of the things that made Niantic’s collaboration with The Pokémon Company so interesting was the mystery that surrounded nearly every element about the game. The mystery was thrilling at first, but after a while, being in the d...[Read More]

Science-Fiction Weekly – Do You Have Star Wars Fatigue?

Solo: A Star Wars Story didn’t light up the Memorial Day box office, pulling in just $103 million over the four-day period. Going into the weekend, Disney projected between $130-$150 million for this Star Wars prequel, but it didn’t come anywhere close to that. The lackluster performance brought about a chorus of friends and random online people declaring they have “Star Wars fat...[Read More]

Super Replay – Mega Man

Capcom’s Tim Turi joins the Game Informer crew for a brief (but complete) look at Mega Man’s first adventure. We all know Tim has proven himself as a great gamer, somehow managing to work his way through Overblood, Illbleed, and the atrocious Martian Gothic, but he needed a little help getting through Mega Man. He uses a new rewind power to undo his deaths. This functionality is a part...[Read More]

A Spoiler-Filled Solo: A Star Wars Story Discussion

Love it or hate it, Solo is an interesting movie to discuss. On this episode of Spoiled, Game Informer’s Ben Hanson, Matt Miller, Matthew Kato, and Andrew Reiner dive in deep and share their thoughts on the film, how this version of Han Solo compares to the original trilogy’s, and plenty of other geeky details. Heads up, we spoil the entire movie. Watch us talk about what the movie get...[Read More]

This Is What Disabled Gamers Are Saying About The Xbox Adaptive Controller

Earlier this month, Microsoft unveiled a new accessibility-minded controller designed to give disabled gamers new, more comfortable avenues to playing games. The Xbox Adaptive Controller (XAC) was designed with help and feedback from many disabled gamers, including AbleGamers, the charity most associated with furthering accessibility in the video game scene. The announcement is a major deal, showc...[Read More]

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