GI Show – Sekiro, Google Stadia, The Division 2

Welcome back to The Game Informer Show! On this week’s massive episode, Suriel Vazquez and Kyle Hilliard grill Dan Tack on his review of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. Then, special guest Ben Hanson joins the show to dance around talking about what makes Baba Is You so special. After that, Andrew Reiner talks about the developments happening at GDC, including Google’s […]

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Kid Goku (GT) Is Coming To Dragon Ball FighterZ

Kid Goku – as he appears in the Dragon Ball GT series – is joining the roster of Arc System Works’ Dragon Ball FighterZ. While there are already a plethora of Goku variations in the game, Kid Goku brings his iconic Power Pole weapon to the fight. Details about his move list are limited but from pictures we can see that […]

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IGF And GDC Awards Are Overwhelmed By Indie Winners In 2019

This year at the IGF and GDC awards, held in San Francisco at the Game Developer’s Conference, showed a number of games that have achieved prominence in the mainstream over the last year, but also some surprises that the industry recognized regardless of mainstream attention. You can find the nominees below, as well as the winners in bold. Independent Games […]

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Oculus Quest Is A Dream For Beat Saber Fans

This week, Oculus detailed the release date and price for its updated VR headset tech, the Rift S. You can Read our impressions here. However, Oculus’s other headset – the Oculus Quest – solves one problem the Rift doesn’t: you no longer have to worry about tangling yourself up in cords. The Quest was announced last year, but this week we […]

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Google Stadia is the new streaming gaming platform from Google

Google announced Stadia, a new cloud-based gaming platform, at its GDC 2019 keynote Tuesday morning. It’s a major move for Google into the video game business, which is increasingly building toward streaming as a solution. Stadia is not a dedicated console or set-top box. The platform will be accessible over the internet on a variety of platforms: browsers, computers, TVs, […]

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SHODAN Makes Her Terrifying Return In The Teaser For System Shock 3

System Shock is arguably one of gaming’s most important sci-fi series  and the world just got a glimpse of the next entry in the series. During the Unity keynote at GDC, Warren Spector and developer Otherside Entertainment showcased about 30 seconds of “pre-alpha engine” footage, including a snapshot of the terrifying a.i. construct SHODAN herself. You can watch the whole thing here: For […]

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Google Announces Stadia, A Powerful New Game Streaming Service

Google CEO Sundar Pichai admits he’s not a big gamer, but he’s got big plans for gamers around the world. Today Google revealed its new game streaming platform, Stadia, with a stated goal to bring the best games to everyone in the world. “When we say for everyone, we really mean it. It’s one of our most cherished values at the company,” […]

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Major Changes Coming To Red Dead Online This Spring

Red Dead Online is getting a load of features in the coming months. Starting today, players can take part in a new Free Roam Event with its own batch of exclusive items and bonuses. And in the four weeks that follow, Rockstar Games is implementing more Showdown and Racing Modes for those of you that prefer traditional PVP experiences. The game’s next major update, however, […]

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Axiom Verge Producer Suing Badland Publishing For $200,000

A few days ago, Limited Run Games revealed that the long-awaited Wii U physical edition of the popular Metroid homage Axiom Verge was finally going to be released on March 29. While that bit of news garnered more than a few responses of “huh, that’s interesting,” the far more interesting  story emerged alongside the announcement. Dan Adelman, a producer for Axiom Verge, […]

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