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The Game Informer Show

By Game Informer

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Description

Game Informer's staff break down the week's biggest releases, reveal exclusive information on exciting games on the horizon, respond to listener emails, play game-focused trivia, and interview the most interesting developers in the industry. Check it out!

Customer Reviews

Good, but......

It's a good podcast, but like some of these guys like say the word "like" a bit too often, and it can like get kind of like annoying after awhile. I don't mean to like complain, but it's like......

So far so GREAT!

Been a fan of the mag for a long time. The new website/magzine was launched and now we get a great podcast to go with it. LIstened to the first two episodes on thier website and was hoping it would get on Itunes QUICK. Informative, fun, not too serious! Look forward to listening to this podcast for a long time.

Disappointing

After the departure of Matt Helgasen (SP?) this podcast has falling into the same trappings as most gaming podcasts. Office jokes. I hope I’m not alone in this way of thinking but you know the jokes they make about people and situations that we the listener have no way of know anything about? Most gaming podcasts do it and it is very disappointing to me that my favorite has taken the same route. Matt always seemed to keep everyone wrangled and on topic. It made the podcast informative and entertaining. That is what set itself apart from the other podcasts, being professional. This podcast carried weight and anytime I read something genre changing I couldn’t wait to hear the Gameinformer podcast about it to see what like minded intelligent gamers thought. Not that these guys aren’t smart (not insulting anyone) but they just go on ridiculous tangents about nothing. If I want that I’ll listen to anything IGN puts out. Hate to see this one go that way.

The Game Informer Show
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  • Category: Video Games
  • Language: English

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