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Watch Hello Games’ Sean Murray Visit The Late Show With Stephen Colbert To Show Off No Man’s Sky

Update: If you didn't tune into Hello Games' Sean Murray's appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, the interview is now online.

You can check out the clip below where Murray does not reveal the release date (it's still a secret), shows off some new No Man's Sky footage, and names a number of the game's creatures and worlds after Mr. Colbert. Like most who are introduced to the game, Colbert is understandably impressed by the game's scope and technology.

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Don't forget to check out our No Man's Sky features from when the game was on our cover by clicking the banner below.

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It’s been a while since we’ve had new information on Hello Games’ ambitious space game No Man’s Sky. Our fingers are crossed that some new details might be dropping late tonight on television.

Hello Games’ Sean Murray will be visiting The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Also on tonight is Morgan Freeman. And now I can’t do anything but hope they hit it off and No Man’s Sky gets a narrator.

Wishful thinking, but we’ll be watching. You know. Just in case.

You can tune in tonight at 11:35 p.m. Eastern on your local CBS channel. For more on No Man’s Sky, check out our coverage from January 2015. – The Feed

GI Show – Soma, Tokyo Game Show, Kinda Funny’s Greg Miller

This week's Game Informer show covers a broad spectrum, from the memorable horrors of Soma to the forgettable doldrums of Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer. We also recap Tokyo Game Show 2015's lineup, including Bloodborne DLC and PlayStation VR, as well as discuss the best and worst sports games of the fall. Finally, we round things out by talking to Kinda Funny's Greg Miller about his rise to Patreon fame and his friendship with Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima.

The Ben Hanson is back this week and cracklin' with energy, with me as his trusty co-host. Matt Miller swings by to talk about his time in the exotic city of Tokyo and the most notable games from TGS. Matt Kato discusses this year's Madden, Fifa, Pro Evolution Soccer, and NHL offerings, along with the skinny on Forza 6. Kinda Funny's Greg Miller is as entertaining and ridiculously nice as we've all come to expect. Follow Greg on Twitter and check out Kinda Funny here.

Watch episode 266 below or subscribe and listen to the audio on iTunes. 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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To jump to a particular discussion in the episode, check out the time stamps below…

2:50 – Soma
13:00 – Destiny: The Taken King
16:30 – Tokyo Game Show
24:20 – Umbrella Corps.
27:20 – Bloodborne: The Old Hunters
28:40 – Gravity Rush on PS4
30:50 – PlayStation VR
40:08 – Ni-Oh
40:50 – Kingdom Hearts nonsense
42:25 – Exciting TGS Indies
46:42 – Forza 6
53:20 – Madden, NHL, FIFA, Pro Evo, Rocket League
59:45 – Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer
1:04:20 – Emails, that you can send to [email protected]
1:28:20 – Kinda Funny's Greg Miller Interview – The Feed

The Zany And Unique Sights From The TGS 2015 Show Floor

We've been scouring the show floor the last few days to bring you TGS 2015 coverage. Of course, none of this coverage would be complete without giving you some idea of what the show floor was like. Words can't always express the chaos and silly sights, so we're hoping these pictures do it justice. Welcome to Tokyo Game Show!

Hey, there's The Last Guardian in some capacity! You could actually throw a ball or go up to the little guy and he'd interact with you!

These slimes are like the convention hall's North Star; you can find your way to the entrance and Square's booth as long as you follow them.

My Persona fans know what's up! Also, the Odin Sphere remake plays fantastic.

Get a glimpse at the new PS4 controllers coming to Japan…

And the new colors! I want one!

This pic is mainly to confirm that Japan still likes to have pretty ladies on display

Dragon Quest Builders was Square's big game on display. I was hoping for some Dragon Quest XI news though…

Miller, look out!

Check out page two for more fun sights! – The Feed

GI Show – Mario Maker, More MGSV, Zelda Symphony

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain isn't the newest game out this week, but it's certainly the one most of the GI crew has been seeing on the insides of their eyelids whenever we finally shut the game off at night. The office is buzzing with weird, funny, and awesome anecdotes stemming from MGSV's open-world stealth gameplay, and we spill out the lot of them on this episode. We also get into Mad Max, Super Mario Maker, chat with the producer of the Symphony of the Goddesses Zelda concert series, and more.

This week's crew is Ben Hanson, Jeff Cork, Kyle Hilliard, and Tim Turi. We do our very best to avoid MGSV spoilers on this episode, but proceed at your own risk considering folks seem to be ultra sensitive about this one. We avoid discussing pivotal story moments or anything that hasn't been revealed in the trailers. We also dive into some other notable new titles like Lovers in a Dangerous Space Time and Tearaway Unfolded, and wrap things up with Symphony of the Goddesses producer Jason Michael Paul. Fans of Zelda's incredible soundtracks should tune in to hear about the origins and philosophies behind this awesome video game music concert series.

Watch episode 264 below or subscribe and listen to the audio on iTunes. 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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To jump to a particular part of the episode, check out the time stamps below…

3:00 – Playing Dark Souls 3

5:35 – Playing Pokken, Tekken 7, and Star Wars Battle Pod in Japan

10:00 – Super Mario Maker

23:20 – Tearaway Unfolded

31:10 – Lovers In A Dangerous Spacetime

34:50 – Mad Max

43:11 – Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain

1:17:14 – Answering e-mails from [email protected]

1:37:40 – Jason Michael Paul talks about The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses concert. – The Feed

Marvel’s Next Netfilx Show, Jessica Jones, Drops In November

Marvel’s next Netflix show is an adaption of Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos work on a book called Alias, a story that revolved around a former costumed superhero turned private investigator named Jessica Jones. This show adaptation is Netflix and Marvel’s followup to Daredevil, and you’ll be able to watch it entire run starting in late November.

If you haven't watched Daredevil on Netflix you should. Check out Mike Futter's opinion on why the show revealed some holes in the gaming landscape.

The show, staring Krysten Ritter, hits Netflix on November 20. Check out the trailer below, which evokes the art style of David Mack’s classic covers.

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GI Show – Dark Souls III, Disney Infinity 3.0, GameStop Expo 2015

This week is a bit of a curve ball for The Game Informer Show, as we come at you live from the GameStop Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada. The crew chats it up about the games of the show like Disney Infinity 3.0 and Mirror's Edge 2, along with the reveal of our October cover story: Dark Souls III.

The GI Show team this week is Andy McNamara, Andrew Reiner, Kim Wallace, and your host Ben Hanson. The first half of the show is all about the exciting games we've played at the Expo, while the second half is dominated by Dark Souls III, including reflecting on our three hours spent chatting with series creator Hidetaka Miyazaki.

Watch episode 263 below or subscribe and listen to the audio on iTunes. 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! Our email segment will return next week.

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To jump to a particular discussion in the podcast, check out the timestamps below…

4:40 – Disney Infinity 3.0

12:30 – Mirror's Edge

13:53 – Steam VR Demo

18:04 – Valve Controller

19:28 – Yo-Kai Watch

22:20 – Cover Reveal – The Feed

Watch The Game Informer Show Live From The GameStop EXPO

Update: The livestream of the Game Informer Show is all done, but the you can watch the archived version this Thursday. For more information on our October cover story, Dark Souls III, read more about the reveal here.

This week we have a very special edition of The Game Informer Show as we'll be coming to you live from Las Vegas at the GameStop EXPO! Ben Hanson, Kimberley Wallace, Andrew Reiner, and Andy McNamara will be on stage talking about their hands-on time with exciting, upcoming releases from the show floor. In the second half of the show, we'll be joined by a mystery guest as we reveal Game Informer's October cover story and kick off a month of coverage.


If you missed The Game Informer Show segment, the show's archive will still be posted on our website and YouTube on Thursday evening and will still appear in the iTunes feed as well. Hope you enjoy the show!

[Disclaimer: GameStop is the parent company of Game Informer] – The Feed

Bam Bam Bigelow And The Big Show Among 18 New Superstars Announced For WWE 2K16

2K has announced another batch of Superstars coming to WWE 2K16. Among the younger stars, you’ll find Bam Bam Bigelow and The Big Show included.

The new roster additions include:

  • Alicia Fox
  • Bam Bam Bigelow
  • The Big Show
  • Cameron
  • Cesaro
  • Darren Young
  • Diamond Dallas Page
  • Dolph Ziggler
  • Finlay
  • Kevin Nash
  • Layla
  • Lex Luger
  • The Miz
  • Naomi
  • Randy Orton
  • Sheamus
  • Titus O’Neil
  • Tyson Kidd

We’ve also got a new trailer featuring the entrance for tag team Tyson Kidd and Cesaro. They’re squaring off against the Vaudevillains, Aiden English and Simon Gotch.

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WWE 2K16 will be out on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 3. For more, check out our first hands-on impressions. – The Feed

Destiny: The Taken King Livestream Will Show Off A New Strike Tomorrow

Bungie is gearing up for a second Destiny: The Taken King live stream. This time, you’ll get to see a strike against the Cabal taking place on the Dreadnaught.

In the video below, you’ll get your first look at some of the new enemies and locations you’ll be working through. Oh, and Nolan North sounds pretty good as the Ghost, too.

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The stream begins at 11 a.m. Pacific / 2 p.m. Eastern tomorrow, August 26, on Bungie's Twitch channel. For more on Destiny: The Taken King, check out our ongoing coverage as part for this month’s issue. – The Feed

GI Show – Volume, Summer’s Biggest Games, Back-Of-The-Box Trivia

Video games can be sneaky, in a couple ways. Sometimes they're so elusive that you're left sitting in the middle of summer without any big new titles to pop into your console. Other times, they're stealthy like Volume from the creator of Thomas Was Alone. This week we dive into that new release and catch up one another on our progress in The Witcher 3, Batman: Arkham Knight, and more.

Join Ben Hanson, Ben Reeves, Brian Shea, and me as we discuss the big games we've been playing, dive into a full bag of emails, and compete in the return of Back-of-the-Box Trivia. The game is simple: try to guess the name of the game by the description on the game box. Are you better at naming games based off their oftentimes strangely worded synopses than the GI editors? Play along and see.

Watch episode 261 below or subscribe and listen to the audio on iTunes. You can also download the podcast from this article or stream it via 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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To jump to a particular discussion, check out the timestamps below…

:43 – Splatoon

3:16 – Volume

14:35 – Galak-Z

15:52 – The Witcher 3

23:50 – Batman: Arkham Knight

30:50 – From Masher To Master

35:06 – Super Smash Bros. Wii U

39:26 – Dragonball Z Extreme Butoden

41:01 – Listener Emails

1:25:11 – Back-Of-The-Box Trivia – The Feed