Amnesia: Rebirth Review Roundup

Ten years after Amnesia: The Dark Descent set the template for indie horror, Swedish developer Frictional Games has released a direct sequel, Amnesia: Rebirth. After spin-off Machine For Pigs didn’t quite satisfy fans of the original, reviews suggest Rebirth may be just what they were looking for. Overall, critics were impressed by Frictional’s story-heavy approach […]

Amnesia: Rebirth Review – The Fine Line Between Fear And Frustration

After archeologist Tasi Trianon’s plane crashes in the Algerian desert, she sets off on a journey across the sweltering sands in search of help. However, Tasi quickly discovers that there are holes in her memory. As she slowly uncovers the remains of her fellow party, she puts together the pieces of her fragmented past. Tasi’s […]

NHL 21 Review – A Playoff Hopeful

The game of hockey is always changing. And the last few years, we’ve seen the speed, skill, and creativity surge as a more physical, grindy game takes a backseat. Just like veteran players have had to adapt, so does EA’s NHL series. Two years ago, EA Vancouver upgraded the skating and physics engine adding a […]

The Survivalists review – island lockdown

Team17’s new survival game is a perfect for those returning to lockdown, as you and a troop of monkeys are marooned on a desert island. The Survivalists is one of those games which reveals more than initially meets the eye – which makes it a fairly typical release from Team17, the modern masters of the […]

Razer Raiju Mobile Review – Elite Gaming On The Go

To say mobile gaming has improved over the years is a tremendous understatement. We’ve gone from tilting our phone’s to navigate a marble through a maze, to playing triple-A titles that rival console releases. Call of Duty Mobile, Fortnite, Hearthstone, Mario Kart Tour, Pascal’s Wager… the list of incredible mobile games continues to grow every single […]

Super Mario Bros. 35 review – Super Mario battle royale

Forget Super Mario 3D All-Stars, the real celebration of Super Mario Bros.’ 35th anniversary turns the original game into a battle royale. Super Mario 3D All-Stars is controversial for many valid reasons but it’s also a pretty weird way to celebrate the 35th anniversary of Super Mario Bros. Given how unremarkable 35 is as a […]

Star Wars: Squadrons Review Roundup: What Critics Have Said About The Latest SW Game

Star Wars: Squadrons releases on October 2, and reviews have already gone live for developer EA Motive’s spin on interstellar dogfighting. The consensus so far has been a positive one, praising the game’s smaller scale, gorgeous visuals, and exhilarating action. In our early review impressions of the single-player campaign, critic Edmond Tran noted that while […]

Crash Bandicoot 4: Review Round-Up

After decades of waiting, a new Crash game is almost here. Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time will release tomorrow (October 2) for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. And, if early reviews are any indication, it was well worth the wait. Sitting at a pretty 86 on MetaCritic with 29 reviews, most critics seem very […]

GI Show – Review Impressions For Star Wars: Squadrons And Crash Bandicoot 4

In this week’s episode of The Game Informer Show, we discuss a handful of the games we’ve been playing recently, including: Star Wars: Squadrons, Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time, NHL 21, Path of Exile, and Hades. Next, we interview Intellivision Entertainment president Tommy Tallarico about his time in the industry writing video game music, hosting the TV show Electric Playground, […]

Star Wars: Squadrons Review – The Galaxy's Finest

Star Wars: Squadrons is finally here and it absolutely delivers. From the incredible set piece moments, excellent new characters, and fantastic VR space combat, this is an adrenaline-fueled blast in the galaxy far, far away that you won’t want to miss. Here’s our Star Wars: Squadrons VR review in progress with all the details! Note: […]