Daily Archives: 01/04/2017

Reader's Choice Best Of 2016 Awards

Good grief, has it already been a year? Every year, around this time, we look at the games that released over the previous 12 months and give the best ones a special shout out as part of our best of

Game Informer Best of 2016 Awards

From Nathan Drake’s final adventure to the heated overtimes of Overwatch, 2016 was an amazing year for video games. Culling down our annual Top 50 list was harder than ever this year, but now it’s time to share the results.

Explore More Of Mass Effect: Andromeda In New Screens

Earlier today BioWare and EA announced the March 21 release date (in North America) for Mass Effect: Andromeda, and now we can follow that up with 10 new screens for the much-anticipated title. The screens in the media gallery below give

Razer Deathadder Chroma Review

Razer is one of the most recognizable names in the PC peripheral game, and is synonymous with high-end hardware specifically designed for PC gamers. Regardless of how you feel about its products or its branding, you have to respect its

Diablo III Anniversary Events Live In New Patch

Diablo III’s 2.4.3 patch is now live, and among its contents includes a remake of the original Diablo’s cathedral in Diablo III, as well as Diablo crossover content for titles like Overwatch, World of Warcraft, and Hearthstone. For full patch

Get A Look At Kidrobot's Take On Sonic

The Sonic the Hedgehog series turned 25 in 2016, and Sega celebrated the anniversary with everything from a party at San Diego Comic-Con to the announcement of two new games set to hit in 2017. Another part of the 25-year

RPG Grind Time – Looking Back On 2016 And What’s Ahead

At year-end, I like to look back and see how it stacked up for the RPG genre. I don’t do this just because it’s part of my job, but also because I enjoy examining trends (open-world RPGs are here to

Let It Die Giving Away Daily Rewards To Celebrate One Million Mark

Let it Die has surpassed one million downloads on PS4 since it’s been onsale in North America and Europe from early December, according to publisher GungHo Online Entertainment. To mark the occasion, players can nab daily Death Metal as an

Pokémon Snap Coming To Virtual Console Tomorrow

Nintendo is releasing N64 title Pokémon Snap on the Wii U’s Virtual Console tomorrow, January 5. The game costs $9.99, and has already been offered on Wii’s Virtual Console platform, which means if you’ve already purchased the game for the Wii,

The Top 50 Games Of 2016 Digital Issue Is Now Live

If you subscribe to the computer or tablet edition of Game Informer magazine, you’re now able to read all about our favorite games of 2016. Following today’s cover reveal, our digital issue is now live on web browsers and will be coming to iPhone/iPad, Android, and Google Play throughout