Hades’ Chef Offers Special Happy Thanksgiving Message For Fans

Hades’ Chef Offers Special Happy Thanksgiving Message For Fans

It’s Thanksgiving in the US and Supergiant Games is wishing fans a happy holiday with the head chef from Hades himself. Is this news? No, but it’s pretty obvious that we here at Game Informer have been mildly obsessed with game, and this was too cute not to share.  The...

Read more
Microsoft Addresses Questions About Certain PS5 Games Outperforming Xbox Series X

Microsoft Addresses Questions About Certain PS5 Games Outperforming Xbox Series X

Both the Xbox Series X and the PlayStation 5 are incredibly powerful systems, but that doesn’t mean what’s out now is what all there is to experience. As more and more games continue to be prepped for this new generation of gaming, some players have noticed notable differences with certain...

Read more
Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Update Tackles Stability Issues

Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Update Tackles Stability Issues

PlayStation fans have been diving into New York once more as Miles Morales, but that doesn’t mean that the enjoyable Spider-Man experience couldn’t be made a little bit better with a new patch. The latest Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales update is nothing massive, but it does make the game a...

Read more
How Xbox Is Becoming More Accessible And More Financially Available As A Brand

How Xbox Is Becoming More Accessible And More Financially Available As A Brand

Accessibility in games is an uphill battle, but the folks over at Microsoft have been leading the charge with this initiative in an effective and powerful way. Through the adaptive controller to development tweaks, Team Green has been making positive waves in terms of how we, as an industry and...

Read more
Dragon Age 4 And The Mortalitasi

Dragon Age 4 And The Mortalitasi

Click to watch embedded media Earlier this month, I dove into red lyrium, the mysterious idol from Dragon Age 2, and why I think Solas purposefully tainted himself for the setup of Dragon Age 4. Now, let’s dive into the significance of the Mortalitasi may have from the most recent...

Read more
Accessibility Doesn’t Mean “Less Challenging” Or “Hardcore,” Says Xbox

Accessibility Doesn’t Mean “Less Challenging” Or “Hardcore,” Says Xbox

Microsoft is one of the major companies currently advocating for more accessibility in the gaming space, including hardware changes and how it interacts with the community. Making gaming available for all is an important initiative, but that doesn’t mean these efforts are immune to getting hate borne of misconceptions and —...

Read more
How Xbox Is Exploring Accessibility Efforts Previously Ignored, Including Epilepsy

How Xbox Is Exploring Accessibility Efforts Previously Ignored, Including Epilepsy

Xbox, and Microsoft on a larger scale, continues to pioneer accessibility in the gaming space with peripherals like the Xbox Adaptive Controller, internal philosophy shifts, and continued advocacy by listening to the voices of the community impacted the most itself. That being said, there is still so much more work...

Read more
Microsoft Reveals How The Xbox Adaptive Controller Has Evolved From A Concept

Microsoft Reveals How The Xbox Adaptive Controller Has Evolved From A Concept

Microsoft has been making positive changes to Xbox in the name of accessibility, including how the consoles themselves are designed and added tools for players to use to ensure they can dive into whatever adventures that suit their fancy. The Xbox Adaptive Controller was a huge step in the right...

Read more
New PS5 Update Betters Performance And Fixes Game Deletion Issue

New PS5 Update Betters Performance And Fixes Game Deletion Issue

As is the case with any new console launch, the PlayStation 5 has encountered a few issues with its hardware. Luckily, Sony just rolled out a new PS5 update that tackles a few important bugs in addition to the usual performance enhancements generally seen with this sort of drop.  While...

Read more
Yellow Brick Games Announced With Industry Vets Like Dragon Age’s Mike Laidlaw

Yellow Brick Games Announced With Industry Vets Like Dragon Age’s Mike Laidlaw

Dragon Age’s Mike Laidlaw joins Thomas Giroux, Jeff Skalski, and Frederic St. Laurent B. in helming a new independent studio called Yellow Brick Games.  The creative minds behind Yellow Brick Games have an incredible history making amazing adventures for gamers to enjoy. From Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed and Watch Dogs to...

Read more