You’ve probably noticed that as of late Game Informer cover story reveals are usually about brand new Xbox One and PlayStation 4 games in development. However, Andy McNamara, Editor-In-Chief of Game Informer, has said on Twitter that he’s always in talks with Nintendo to have one of their games as the cover reveal. Would you like to see a brand new Nintendo game on the front of Game Informer or rather see it revealed in a Nintendo Direct?
It seems as though Game Informer is the first publication to publish their review of the long awaited Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D for the Nintendo 3DS. The magazine has given the game a particularly impressive 9.25/10. Game Informer was impressed with the subtle changes that Nintendo has introduced to the remake and they believe it makes a great game even better. Our review of the game should go live sometime tomorrow.
Purists will decry the changes made to Majora’s Mask no matter how slight they may be, but I am seated firmly in the “change is good” camp. It’s everything you remember, but without the boredom or frustration related to the passage of time. Majora’s Mask was a game ahead of its time in 2000, and revisiting it under this new lens only confirms that sentiment. Whether you’re returning to Termina or visiting it for the first time, Majora’s Mask 3D is the ideal way to experience this classic.
This seems like a long stretch but Amazon has apparently put up a description for the February issue of Game Informer. What’s interesting is the cover game is apparently Earthbound Forever. It seems pretty far-fetched but stranger things have happened in the past. The description says the game is coming to Wii U in 2016.
Yesterday, Game Informer teased fans on Twitter that their cover game for the month of December would be revealed. Well now it has been officially unveiled and it has turned out to be Just Cause 3 which is destined to be released on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC in 2015. If you’re interested, you can read more about the game, here.
Game Informer is yet again teasing readers about its new cover game that will be revealed to the world tomorrow. Andrew Reiner, who is the executive editor of Game Informer, is promising that we are in for a nice surprise. As always there’s no hints as to what to expect, but let’s hope it’s something that will appear on Nintendo platforms this time around. What would you like to see announced?
Next year is looking like a bumper year for gamers with plenty of quality titles coming out for each platform. US gaming publication Game Informer has listed the games that they’re most looking forward to next year and there’s a splattering of Wii U games on the list. It’s certainly going to be a good year to be a gamer that’s for sure. Here’s their top ten most anticipated games of 2015.
10. Xenoblade Chronicles X
08. The Legend of Zelda
07. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
06. Rise of the Tomb Raider
04. Batman: Arkham Knight
03. Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End
02. No Man’s Sky
01. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
The latest edition of Game Informer has officially confirmed Assassin’s Creed Rogue. We learned of the game earlier today when screens and a video leaked onto Facebook. The only platform that the game has been confirmed for so far is the Xbox 360, so there’s a chance that the game could come to Wii U. Hopefully we will find out whether Wii U owners can get their hands on the game soon. Here’s the latest details which come direct from Game Informer.
Rogue places fans in the shoes of a Templar, controlling former Assassin-turned-Templar Shay Patrick Cormac. Employing the popular naval gameplay from Black Flag, you navigate a ship across the frigid North Atlantic. Other locales you visit include the Appalachian River Valley and a reimagined New York. Shay is an assassin hunter who has to be even more clever to outsmart his sneaky foes. This entry takes place during the Seven Years’ War, filling in the gap between Black Flag and Assassin’s Creed III. We won’t spoil much, but it has a crucial link to the Kenway saga. Our exclusive feature gives more insight into Shay, details how the cold waters are different from Black Flag’s Caribbean setting, and discusses the tools Shay has at his disposal for outsmarting assassins. The Seven Years’ War is part of what lead to France’s financial troubles, and it’s hinted that Shay has even deeper ties to Unity.