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Watch Our Full Game Club Discussion Of Deus Ex: Human Revolution

If you haven't been following The Game Informer Show podcast, this year we kicked off GI Game Club that has us playing through games and discussing them in detail with our community. We've recently finished playing through 2011's Deus Ex: Human Revolution (partly to get ready for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided) and we had a lot to talk about. If you enjoy the GI Game Club format, be sure to stay tuned to the podcast for an announcement on the next game soon.

Watch the discussion below (it's really quite the journey) or subscribe to The GI Show on iTunes or Google Play and follow along with the audio version

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Part 2

Part 3

If you're curious about what we've covered in the past, you can click through to watch our discussions for Final Fantasy VII and Uncharted 4: A Thief's End.

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GI Show – No Man’s Sky, Prey, Deus Ex Game Club Finale

It's a new week at Game Informer, and time to introduce you to a new staff member. This week on the podcast, we're introducing our new associate editor Suriel Vazquez, and he's been playing a lot of the exciting and controversial fan-remake of Metroid II. First off though, we have Andrew Reiner and Matt Kato around to talk about the final release of the absurdly-awaited No Man's Sky and why Abzu deserves your attention. We also ask Reiner a million questions about his experience at QuakeCon this year and what he thought of the gameplay demos he saw of Arkane's Prey and Quake Champions. The back half of this week's show is the final installment of our GI Game Club for Deus Ex: Human Revolution. It's been a pleasure, but it's time to say goodbye to Adam Jensen… until Deus Ex: Mankind Divided comes out in a couple of weeks.

You can watch the video at the bottom of the page, subscribe and listen to the audio on iTunes or Google Play, or listen to episode 311 on SoundCloud. Also, be sure to send your questions to [email protected] for a chance to have them answered on the show and win a prize by becoming Email of the Week!

To jump to a particular point in the discussion, check out the time stamps below…

:20 – Introducing Suriel Vazquez, Game Informer's new editor
5:57 – No Man's Sky
28:55 – Abzu
37:42 – Prey gameplay impressions
46:25 – Quake Champions impressions
48:30 – Overcooked
52:17 – Another Metroid 2 Remake
59:20 – DOTA 2's International Tournament
1:02:08 – Community emails
1:33:10 – The finale GI Game Club for Deus Ex: Human Revolution

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Watch Part 2 Of Our Game Club Discussion Of Deus Ex: Human Revolution

If you haven't been following The Game Informer Show podcast, this year we kicked off GI Game Club that has us playing through games and discussing them in detail with our community. We're currently playing through 2011's Deus Ex: Human Revolution (partly to get ready for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided) and we've played everything up until you visit China for the second time.

It's not too late to join in on the discussion, feel free to play along with us and send feedback and thoughts to [email protected] so that we can read them on air. The next discussion will air on The Game Informer Show on August 11th and we'll be playing up through the end of the game.

Watch the discussion below or subscribe to The GI Show on iTunes and follow along with the audio version. And please send your thoughts on the game to [email protected]!

Part 1

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Part 2

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If you're curious about what we've covered in the past, you can click through to watch our discussions for Final Fantasy VII and Uncharted 4: A Thief's End.

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Watch Part 2 Of Our Game Club Discussion Of Deus Ex: Human Revolution

If you haven't been following The Game Informer Show podcast, this year we kicked off GI Game Club that has us playing through games and discussing them in detail with our community. We're currently playing through 2011's Deus Ex: Human Revolution (partly to get ready for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided) and we've played everything up until you visit China for the second time.

It's not too late to join in on the discussion, feel free to play along with us and send feedback and thoughts to [email protected] so that we can read them on air. The next discussion will air on The Game Informer Show on August 11th and we'll be playing up through the end of the game.

Watch the discussion below or subscribe to The GI Show on iTunes and follow along with the audio version. And please send your thoughts on the game to [email protected]!

Part 1

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Part 2

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If you're curious about what we've covered in the past, you can click through to watch our discussions for Final Fantasy VII and Uncharted 4: A Thief's End.

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GI Show – Comic-Con Recap, We Happy Few, Deus Ex Game Club

This week on The Game Informer Show, we break down some of the big news and fun things to see at Comic-Con 2016 before diving into games. Brian Shea joins us to talk about Gears of War 4, South Park: The Fractured But Whole, and Sonic Mania. After that, we get to Javy Gwaltney and his glowing review of the hacking-puzzle game Quadrilateral Cowboy and Jeff Cork's thoughts on Double Fine's Headlander. There's also some thoughts on We Happy Few and why it might not be what you think.

The back half of the show this week continues our trek through Deus Ex: Human Revolution from Eidos Montreal. We played and discuss the middle chunk of that game, and look forward to finishing things off on August 11th's show. So join in and send your thoughts on the game to [email protected].

You can watch the video below, subscribe and listen to the audio on iTunes, or listen to episode 309 on SoundCloud. Also, be sure to send your questions to [email protected] for a chance to have them answered on the show and win a prize by becoming Email of the Week!

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Our thanks to the talented Super Marcato Bros. for The Game Informer Show's intro song. You can hear more of their original tunes and awesome video game music podcast at their website.

To jump to a particular point in the discussion, check out the time stamps below…

2:05 – Marvel Ultimate Alliance
3:05 – Comic-Con, South Park, Suicide Squad
8:04 – Gears of War 4
11:50 – Sonic Mania and more
18:55 – Pac-Man Championship Edition 2
21:55 - Pokémon Go at Comic-Con
26:08 – Quadrilateral Cowboy
36:25 – Double Fine's Headlander
42:23 – We Happy Few
50:07 – Kentucky Route Zero
52:35 – Videoball
55:56 – Hyper Light Drifter on consoles
57:05 – Community emails
1:24:58 – Deus Ex: Human Revolution Game Club Part 2

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Watch Our Game Club Discussion Of Deus Ex: Human Revolution

If you haven't been following The Game Informer Show podcast, this year we kicked off GI Game Club that has us playing through games and discussing them in detail with our community. We're currently playing through 2011's Deus Ex: Human Revolution (partly to get ready for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided) and our first discussion covers everything up until the point that you leave Detroit.

It's not too late to join in on the discussion, feel free to play along with us and send feedback and thoughts to [email protected] so that we can read them on air. The next discussion will air on The Game Informer Show on July 28th and we'll be playing up until the point that we return to China… again.

Watch the discussion below or subscribe to The GI Show on iTunes and follow along with the audio version. And please send your thoughts on the game to [email protected]!

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If you're curious about what we've covered in the past, you can click through to watch our discussions for Final Fantasy VII and Uncharted 4: A Thief's End.

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GI Show – Our 5 Most Underrated Games, Deus Ex Game Club

While the entire world is consumed by Pokémon Go, we decided to forge a different path with this week's episode of The Game Informer Show. Host Ben Hanson is joined by Jeff Cork, Kyle Hilliard, and Joe Juba to talk about this generation's most underrated games. We each chose five unsung heroes from the PS4, Xbox One, PC (from 2013 on), mobile, 3DS, or Vita and explained why they deserve a second look. We'd love to hear your pick for underrated games this generation in the comments below or send them in to [email protected]. Following this fun chat, we kick off our GI Game Club for Deus Ex: Human Revolution by talking about the game's opening hours.

You can watch the video below, subscribe and listen to the audio on iTunes, or listen to episode 307 on SoundCloud. Also, be sure to send your emails to [email protected] for a chance to have them answered on the show and win a prize by becoming Email of the Week!

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Our thanks to the talented Super Marcato Bros. for The Game Informer Show's intro song. You can hear more of their original tunes and awesome video game music podcast at their website.

To jump to a particular point in the discussion, check out the time stamps below…

2:00 – Our choices for this generation's five most underrated games
1:11:45 – Listener emails
1:40:50 – Discussing Deus Ex: Human Revolution for GI Game Club

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Yacht Club Games Publishing Both Azure Striker Gunvolt Games In Physical Release This Fall

The first Azure Striker Gunvolt game was a digital exclusive when it launched in 2014. However, Yacht Club Games, a company best known for developing the retro platforming Shovel Knight, is breaking into the world of publishing later this year when it brings both the original Azure Striker Gunvolt and its sequel to a physical release for Nintendo 3DS.

Azure Striker Gunvolt 2 was announced during a Nintendo Direct earlier this year for the 3DS. The game now has a release date of September 30, both on digital and in the physical Striker Pack. The package collecting both games will cost $ 29.99. See a brief teaser for the Striker Pack below.

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The sequel adds a new playable character, Copen, and even more electrifying abilities. The re-release of Azure Striker Gunvolt is also adding the original Japanese dialogue. For our review of the first game, head here.

[Source: Yacht Club Games]

 

Our Take
Azure Striker Gunvolt is a game that didn't get enough appreciation when it released, so it'll be nice for players who haven't yet jumped in to have an excuse to try out the original as well as the sequel.

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Join Our Upcoming Game Club Discussion Of Deus Ex: Human Revolution

With Deus Ex: Mankind Divided coming up in August, we thought it'd be a good time to take a look back at 2011's Deus Ex: Human Revolution. If you're not familiar, we've started playing through games with our community on The Game Informer Show. This time we're playing through Deus Ex: Human Revolution in three chunks of discussion, so we'll be talking about everything in the game up until you leave Detroit on July 14th's episode of The GI Show.

The game (we're fine with the Director's Cut edition or not) is available on Wii U, Xbox 360 (and it's backwards compatibly on Xbox One), PlayStation 3, and is on sale on Steam for $ 5 until July 4th. We strongly encourage you to play the game alongside us and send your thoughts or questions to [email protected] so that we can read them on air. In the past, GI Game Club has devoured in great detail Final Fantasy VII and Uncharted 4: A Thief's End so we encourage you to go back and watch those to get a better idea of the format.

Here are a couple of questions to get the ball rolling…

  • How well does Deus Ex: Human Revolution set up its own world, independent of the two earlier Deus Ex games?
  • How viable of an option is non-lethal stealth in Deus Ex: Human Revolution?
  • How approachable did Eidos Montreal manage to make this game? What did it sacrifice to reach a wider audience?
  • If you're familiar with both versions, what are your thoughts on the Director's Cut edition of the game and why was it necessary?
  • What's your favorite part of Deus Ex: Human Revolution's opening five chapters?

We're excited to start this journey with our community, so we really look forward to reading your thoughtful emails sent to [email protected] We hope you enjoy the game!

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Join Our Upcoming Game Club Discussion Of Deus Ex: Human Revolution

With Deus Ex: Mankind Divided coming up in August, we thought it'd be a good time to take a look back at 2011's Deus Ex: Human Revolution. If you're not familiar, we've started playing through games with our community on The Game Informer Show. This time we're playing through Deus Ex: Human Revolution in three chunks of discussion, so we'll be talking about everything up through the end of Chapter 5 on July 14th's episode of The GI Show.

The game (we're fine with the Director's Cut edition or not) is available on Wii U, Xbox 360 (and it's backwards compatibly on Xbox One), PlayStation 3, and is on sale on Steam for $ 5 until July 4th. We strongly encourage you to play the game alongside us and send your thoughts or questions to [email protected] so that we can read them on air. In the past, GI Game Club has devoured in great detail Final Fantasy VII and Uncharted 4: A Thief's End so we encourage you to go back and watch those to get a better idea of the format.

Here are a couple of questions to get the ball rolling…

 

  • How well does Deus Ex: Human Revolution set up its own world, independent of the two earlier Deus Ex games?
  • How viable of an option is non-lethal stealth in Deus Ex: Human Revolution?
  • How approachable did Eidos Montreal manage to make this game? What did it sacrifice to reach a wider audience?
  • If you're familiar with both versions, what are your thoughts on the Director's Cut edition of the game and why was it necessary?
  • What's your favorite part of Deus Ex: Human Revolution's opening five chapters?

 

We're excited to start this journey with our community, so we really look forward to reading your thoughtful emails sent to [email protected] We hope you enjoy the game!

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