New Gameplay Today – The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening.

While at E3 2019, Suriel Vazquez got a chance to play The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening on the Nintendo Switch and capture his gameplay. While he wrote about his experience here, you can watch the episode of New Gameplay Today above to see how Nintendo has modernized the beloved GameBoy game with a bold, new art style. Tune into […]

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New Gameplay Today – Roller Champions

Ubisoft revealed several new games during its E3 press conference last night, including a sports game called Roller Champions. Imagine if roller derby, basketball, and football went through a teleporter and emerged on the other side as some weird kind of hybrid sports-creature thing. Got it? Great! That’s Roller Champions! Our own champ, Jeff Marchiafava, laced up his skates and […]

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Replay – Alien: Resurrection

In 1997, french auteur filmmaker Jean-Pierre Jeunet wedged a film written by Joss Whedon between his mesmerizing The City of Lost Children and the delightful Amélie. That film was, of course, Alien: Resurrection. It was … weird. A video game based on the film released three years later from developer Argonaut Games (Star Fox, Croc) and it fared about as […]

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Replay – The Bourne Conspiracy

In this episode of Replay, the Game Informer crew spends some quality time getting to know Jason Bourne and his quick-time events. Robert Ludlum’s The Bourne Conspiracy is a video game adaptation of the feature film that expands upon the story and is created by High Moon Studios. We’re not sure exactly what content is new, but we do know […]

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Replay – Van Helsing

Join the Game Informer crew on a journey through the video game adaptation of the feature film Van Helsing. Hugh Jackman reprises his role of Gabriel Van Helsing, and we get to see how he deals with demons and Mr. Hyde. The game was developed by Saffire Corporation and published by Vivendi Universal Games for PlayStation 2 and Xbox on […]

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Oculus Quest Review – The Next Step For VR

Oculus Quest is the virtual-reality headset I’ve been waiting for. All of the hardware is built into the headset, meaning you don’t need a computer, phone, or console to run it. You also don’t have to worry about tripping over cables since it isn’t tethered to anything and is entirely wire free. Setup is easy and you can start playing games within just […]

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Replay – Shadows Of The Damned

In 2011, EA published a game unlike anything it had before or since with Shadows of the Damned. It was born from the minds of Suda 51, known for games like Killer 7 and No More Heroes, and Shinji Mikami, the former Capcom staple behind games like Resident Evil and Resident Evil 4 among other classics. Looking toward Resident Evil […]

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World War Z Review – Toppling Expectations

Regardless of how you feel about the movie World War Z, you can’t deny that the way zombies moved in its world was impressive. They didn’t look too different from typical zombies individually, and they ambled and groaned in familiar ways, but when they amass, they climb on top of one another to create giant hills of the undead in […]

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Vacation Simulator Review – A Modest Virtual Sabbatical

Owlchemy Labs’ first VR game, Job Simulator, placed you in a series of familiar work environments and made you interact with well-meaning robots who didn’t understand how human beings work. Vacation Simulator is the natural evolution of that experience, trading the office for vacation settings while keeping the friendly-but-confused robots. You have more to do and are a more active […]

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