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Watch Our Game Club Discussion Of BioShock

This year on The Game Informer Show podcast, we kicked off GI Game Club that has us playing through games and discussing them in detail with our community. The new game that we're tackling, thanks to the remastered collection that's available now, is the original BioShock from Irrational Games. We've played through the first half of the game, and we'll be posting the final discussion on the October 6th episode of The Game Informer Show podcast that will cover everything through to the end of the game. We'd love for the community to play and experience the game alongside us, so send all your thoughts and feedback on the experience to [email protected]. Is Fort Frolic where the game peaks? How well do the player abilities ramp up throughout the game? What do you think of the twist? What do you think of the game's ending? Send it all in to [email protected].

Watch the video below to hear our and the community's thoughts on the first half of BioShock, we look forward to reading your emails for the second half!

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Feel free to subscribe to The GI Show on iTunes or Google Play, and if you're curious about what we've covered in the past, you can click through to watch our discussions for Final Fantasy VIIUncharted 4: A Thief's End, and Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

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GI Show – Best/Worst New IP, Virginia, BioShock Game Club

Welcome to a new episode of The Game Informer Show! First off, Kimberley Wallace talks about the most impressive games that she played at the Tokyo Game Show this year and explains why Nioh really stood out. Then we have Jeff Marchiafava on deck to talk about his disappointment with Recore from Armature and Microsoft, which beautifully segues into a larger discussion comparing this console generation's new IP compared to the last generation. To close out our discussion on new and upcoming games, Javy Gwaltney discusses the recently released adventure-ish game called Virginia and we try to better understand why he considers it "an elegant and riveting thriller." Later on in the show, we're joined by a very special celebrity guest to talk about all things nerdy and good in the world. This week we also kick off our big Game Club discussion of the original BioShock with Javy Gwaltney, Suriel Vazquez, and Elise Favis, and I breaking down why Rapture holds up so well. Enjoy the show, and feel free to tell a friend about it!

You can watch the video below, subscribe and listen to the audio on iTunes or Google Play, or listen to episode 316 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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To jump to a particular point in the discussion, check out the time stamps below…

3:12 – Destiny: Rise of Iron
4:27 – Tokyo Game Show impressions/
Persona 5
11:28 – Nioh
15:00 – Birthdays: The Beginning
18:46 – Metal Gear Survive and Hideo Kojima
27:42 – Rez Infinite/PSVR
32:50 – Recore
43:00 – Comparing this generation's new IP to last generation's
53:25 – Why Javy's in love with Virginia
1:07:00 – Community emails
1:41:40 – Our surprise celebrity guest interview
1:57:25 – GI Game Club on Bioshock

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Bikers Will Let You Manage And Be Part Of A Motorcycle Club In Grand Theft Auto Online

An update coming soon To GTA Online will let you live out your Lost and Damned dreams in an online setting.

The Bikers update, which doesn't have a specific release date yet, lets up to 8 players form and lead a Motorcycle Club. There are new roles including Fresh Prospects all the way up to being a Club President. It will also add new competitive and co-op gameplay, as well as a all kinds of new motorcycles, weapons, styles, tattoos, and other unspecified features.

You can find out more about the Bikers update on Rockstar's website. For more on Grand Theft Auto V, make sure to read our review from when it came to current-gen consoles.

[Source: Rockstar]

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Join Our Upcoming Game Club Discussion Of Bioshock

This year on The Game Informer Show podcast, we kicked off GI Game Club that has us playing through games and discussing them in detail with our community. The next game that we're tackling, thanks to the remastered collection that's available now, is the original Bioshock from Irrational Games. On September 22nd, we'll air the first half of our discussion on The Game Informer Showwhich will cover everything up through Fort Frolic. We'd love for the community to play and experience the game for the first time or revisit the classic alongside us, so send all your thoughts and feedback on the experience to [email protected]. We strongly encourage you to write in to the podcast with any interesting (or funny) thoughts on your experience with the first half of Bioshock, but here are a couple of prompts that you can respond to by sending in an email to [email protected].

- Jumping back into this beloved game from 2007, what immediately stands out for you? What makes the game a product of its time?

- What does Bioshock get right in the first half of the game that makes it stand out from the crowd?

- How well does Bioshock work as a horror game?

- What intrigues you about Rapture?

- What's the strongest moment/sequence from the first half of Bioshock?

Feel free to subscribe to The GI Show on iTunes or Google Play, and if you're curious about what we've covered in the past, you can click through to watch our discussions for Final Fantasy VIIUncharted 4: A Thief's End, and Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

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Join Our Upcoming Game Club Discussion Of Bioshock

This year on The Game Informer Show podcast, we kicked off GI Game Club that has us playing through games and discussing them in detail with our community. The next game that we're tackling, thanks to the remastered collection that's available now, is the original Bioshock from Irrational Games. On September 22nd, we'll air the first half of our discussion on The Game Informer Show, which will cover everything up through Fort Frolic. We'd love for the community to play and experience the game for the first time or revisit the classic alongside us, so send all your thoughts and feedback on the experience to [email protected]. We strongly encourage you to write in to the podcast with any interesting (or funny) thoughts on your experience with the first half of Bioshock, but here are a couple of prompts that you can respond to by sending in an email to [email protected].

- Jumping back into this beloved game from 2007, what immediately stands out for you? What makes the game a product of its time?

- What does Bioshock get right in the first half of the game that makes it stand out from the crowd?

- How well does Bioshock work as a horror game?

- What intrigues you about Rapture?

- What's the strongest moment/sequence from the first half of Bioshock?

Feel free to subscribe to The GI Show on iTunes or Google Play, and if you're curious about what we've covered in the past, you can click through to watch our discussions for Final Fantasy VIIUncharted 4: A Thief's End, and Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

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Join Our Upcoming Game Club Discussion Of Bioshock

This year on The Game Informer Show podcast, we kicked off GI Game Club that has us playing through games and discussing them in detail with our community. The next game that we're tackling, thanks to the remastered collection that's available now, is the original Bioshock from Irrational Games. On September 22nd, we'll air the first half of our discussion on The Game Informer Show, which will cover everything up through Fort Frolic. We'd love for the community to play and experience the game for the first time or revisit the classic alongside us, so send all your thoughts and feedback on the experience to [email protected]. We strongly encourage you to write in to the podcast with any interesting (or funny) thoughts on your experience with the first half of Bioshock, but here are a couple of prompts that you can respond to by sending in an email to [email protected].

- Jumping back into this beloved game from 2007, what immediately stands out for you? What makes the game a product of its time?

- What does Bioshock get right in the first half of the game that makes it stand out from the crowd?

- How well does Bioshock work as a horror game?

- What intrigues you about Rapture?

- What's the strongest moment/sequence from the first half of Bioshock?

Feel free to subscribe to The GI Show on iTunes or Google Play, and if you're curious about what we've covered in the past, you can click through to watch our discussions for Final Fantasy VIIUncharted 4: A Thief's End, and Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

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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

Part 1

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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