Test Chamber – Rez Infinite For PlayStation VR

Test Chamber – Rez Infinite For PlayStation VR

Rez released 15 years ago on PlayStation 2, but despite its age, it feels like a game that was meant for virtual reality. Rez Infinite has a new level, but is otherwise More »

Test Chamber – RIGS Mechanized Combat League For PlayStation VR

Test Chamber – RIGS Mechanized Combat League For PlayStation VR

RIGS Mechanized COmbat League is one of PlayStation VR’s more interesting competitive multiplayer experiences. It’s a game with mechs (or rigs in this case) and guns, but it has more in common More »

Decorate Your Vault With This Power Armor Statue

Decorate Your Vault With This Power Armor Statue

Vault dwellers trying to find some classy Power Armor won’t have to look far with this new set of statues from Three Zero. Both models are 14.5-inches tall and based on the More »

Seven Creative Approaches To Difficulty That Make Games Better

Seven Creative Approaches To Difficulty That Make Games Better

Normal difficulty steals all the glory. It makes sense that most developers would tune their base difficulty for the average player, because that’s the mode that the majority of their audience is More »

Upcoming Steam Update Will Expand PlayStation 4 Controller Support

Upcoming Steam Update Will Expand PlayStation 4 Controller Support

Valve is currently hosting its Steam Dev Days developer conference in Seattle. During the conference, Valve’s Jeff Bellinghausen revealed that an upcoming Steam update will soon expand its controller options for the More »

Catch Up On Gears Of War's Lore With This Video

Catch Up On Gears Of War's Lore With This Video

Want some more lore before you play Gears of War 4? Lore, a YouTube channel focused on quick facts and recaps, has your back. This video is geared towards reviewing the lore More »

Test Chamber – Exploring Here They Lie's Dark VR Underground

Test Chamber – Exploring Here They Lie's Dark VR Underground

With the PlayStation VR launching this week, buyers are going to be looking for what games they should pick up with their fancy new headset (along with motion sickness medicine). As I More »

 

Game Informer Digital Now Available On Mobile Devices

The digital edition of Game Informer is how many subscribers enjoy our content, but since it launched, you’ve needed to access it through a tablet or computer. One of the most common requests we’ve received has been to make our issues available on smartphones. Today, we are proud to announce that we have done just that.

The mobile Game Informer app is available now on Google Play and the iOS App Store. The app is a new way to enjoy our digital issues at no additional cost if you already have a digital subscription. This isn’t a PDF of our print magazine or a smaller version of our PC/tablet editions; the issues are rebuilt from the ground up to work on most smartphones. This custom-designed, mobile-friendly version was created to be easy to enjoy on the go. In order to use the app and access the issues, you need to have an internet connection and either an iPhone 5 or later or a phone running Android 4 or newer.

As a part of our final preparations for getting this app ready – an open beta, if you will – you can read our latest issue featuring South Park: The Fractured But Whole without needing a subscription. If you have any problems with this free issue, let us know so that we can fix it for our next issue, which is launching very soon! Going forward, new issues will launch on the mobile app on the same day as the PC and tablet editions.

The app is free to download, though to access new issues, you need a current digital subscription to Game Informer. To start a new subscription, head here. To convert an existing print subscription to digital, head here.


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