The staff of Game Informer chat it up each week bout the latest news, previews and reviews from the game industry. Each show will cover the weeks hot topics plus the games you're looking forward to or may not know about yet. Subscribe today!
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In this week's episode of The Game Informer Show, the crew discusses our Sonic Frontiers cover story and divulges new details about the game's open zones, combat, and a few returning characters, including Big The Cat. During The Playlist, we chat abo... more
Welcome back to a new episode of The Game Informer Show! We know what you're thinking, and yes, we are aware that Nintendo just put on a Xenoblade 3 digital showcase, but that won't stop us from hoping for more. Just like with Sony and Microsoft, we'... more
This week's new episode of The Game Informer Show is here, and it's a massive one. We're breaking down our thoughts on Starfield, Redfall, and more from the Capcom and Xbox and Bethesda Showcases, along with our discussions of the Neon White and Teen... more
If you’re looking for some first in class video game podcasting look no further than the GI Show. Every iteration of the show keeps getting better and better and the current hosts of Alex Stadnik and Alex Van Aken knock it out of the park every episode. There is no better ensemble crew in games media than the Game Informer staff and their knowledge of the industry, insightful commentary and all around entertaining personas always make for a wonderful show. Bravo GI Show. Bravo.
I have been a follower of gameinformer since I was very young and would get the magazines. It was always something to look forward to. Now I’m older and get that same feeling but with the podcasts. I can’t wait to listen to the new one each week. Everyone on the podcast is hilarious but also informative. I’ve learned about games I never thought I’d play through this podcast. Plus the big man swag doesn’t hurt! Thank you gameinformer crew for an awesome podcast!
How do you re-set a podcast in 2021 and make it so homogenous? Yes, there are occasional other voices, but predominantly. Content is…fine. But the constant, “Bro..let’s GO!” is like being stuck at a bad frat party.
“Every day, we stray further from God’s light.” more
I look forward to it every Thursday! Easy to listen to with a funny and knowledgeable crew!
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The Game Informer Show launched 13 years ago and published 74 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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