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It’s been another amazing year for video games (and we’ll never stop saying that), but with the changing seasons comes a new opportunity for aspiring video games journalists. We’re now accepting applications for Game Informer’s Fall 2019 internship term. For details on Game Informer’s three-month-long editorial internship click here. If that sounds exciting, you can
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At E3 this year, Nintendo announced that Splatoon 2 would have one final Splatfest: Chaos vs. Order. With such a grand decision at stake, fans naturally speculated that Nintendo is preparing for a third Splatoon game, as they are unlikely to leave one of their biggest new properties to languish with no further updates. Splatoon’s
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One of the last of the Id Software old guard is parting company with the studio soon. Tim Willits wasn’t part of the original team of founders (including John Romero and John Carmack), but was there early enough to be credited as level designer on 1995’s Ultimate Doom and have a credit in almost everything
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Spooky-ooky puzzle-platformer Limbo, the game our former Kieron (RPS in pieces) dismissed as “Rick Dangerous for Goths”, is the latest giveaway on the Epic Games Store. Playdead’s tale of an oft-eviscerated kid searching for his sister was very much part of the early-tensies contemporary canon. It’s a game one could hardly help but own through
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Crushing your enemies with a tank is always fun, so let’s take a look at some of the best tank games going. Whether you’re blowing a hole in enemy defences or continually running over your foes, tanks are brilliant. There aren’t many dedicated tank games out there, so we’ll be looking at a mix of
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Electronic Arts and PopCap are working on Plants Vs. Zombies 3, and you can play a pre-alpha version now for free on Android. Naturally the game has bugs and will undergo changes during this period, but Android fans can try out the game via downloads that are being released in batches. If you can’t get one now,
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Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day, perhaps for all time. Natural Soccer is a football game where you can bend the ball in impossible and ridiculous ways while it’s in mid-air. Besides this one trait, it’s a pretty ordinary – and very simple – take on
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I may pride myself on being the resident retro FPS guy, but this genre revival has been so wild that some neat-looking stuff even flies under my radar. Nightmare Reaper launched into early access yesterday, a roguelite FPS by Blazing Bit Games. I’d almost overlooked it thanks to its extra-chunky graphics and the inherent difficulties
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