Madden NFL 22 Preview – A New Set Of Downs

While a running joke among sports video game players is about what little innovation takes place in the space, last year’s Madden NFL 21 was a particular target thanks to minimal upgrades to the series’ most played modes. In response to a launch that brought about an unprecedented amount of backlash from the community regarding Franchise […]

Tunic – New Gameplay Today

Some games stop you in your tracks the moment you first see them. Titles such as Sable, Solar Ash, and Cris Tales have such unique visual styles, but none more so than Tunic. Solo developer Andrew Shouldice has set out to create a memorable ode to the 2D Zelda titles of the past, but that’s […]

GI Show – Metroid Dread And Breath of the Wild 2 In Our Final E3 Recap

We interrupt your normally scheduled podcast to talk about anything and everything that happened during days three and four of E3 2021, which includes Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania, Mario Party Superstars, Metroid Dread, WarioWare: Get It Together, Shin Megami Tensei V, Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of […]

Sable – New Gameplay Today

2021 is proving to be a very interesting year in the world of indie games. We’ve already experienced some unique adventures in titles such as Before Your Eyes and Loop Hero, but there’s plenty on the horizon for those who love the smaller but impactful experiences the genre’s known for. Games such as Lake, Cris Tales, and […]

Santander Sponsoring FURIA – The Esports Observer

The esports organization FURIA signed the bank Santander as its newest sponsor. The deal is valid for one year and will see the bank’s brand on all of FURIA’s team jerseys, social media productions, overlays in live streams on Twitch, and other marketing actions to be confirmed at a later time. This is the latest […]

Biomutant Review – The Short Branch Of The Evolutionary Tree

Much like its gene-spliced protagonist, Biomutant is a hodgepodge of ideas stitched together to form what is ultimately a mixed bag. The game blends elements of open-world design with stylish action, gunplay, crafting, a morality system, and more. Like many jacks-of-all-trades it winds up being a master of none, and a thick layer of technical […]

Scarlet Nexus – New Gameplay Today

Scarlet Nexus is landing on June 25, coming to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC. While I was mildly interested in the game before, a recent hands-on session has me counting down the days to release. After experiencing the combat for myself, I am definitely curious to see what Scarlet […]

GI Show – Resident Evil Village Review And Biomutant Hype

On this week’s episode of The Game Informer Show, we discuss a handful of the games we’ve been digging recently, including Resident Evil Village, the Famicom Detective Club games, Returnal, and Biomutant. Alex also squeezes in his book report on Ask Iwata: Words of Wisdom from Satoru Iwata, Nintendo’s Legendary CEO. It’s a full show, but we make time […]

MLB The Show 21 Review – A Familiar Crack Of The Bat

When a long-running sports series migrates to a new console generation, the fan base expects change. Developers usually answer that call with improved visuals, inventive gameplay ideas, and enhanced feature sets that couldn’t be achieved on older hardware. MLB The Show 21 doesn’t make a strong case to upgrade in any of these areas. You have […]

MLB The Show 21 – Review In Progress

MLB The Show 21’s stadiums are at full capacity with fans basking in the summer sun and eating hot dogs as they cheer on the home team. It’s a vision of a pandemic-free world, something we all desperately hope to return to. This ideal scenario vanishes when the final out is recorded and the players […]