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Game Informer Issue 209

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  • Letter From the Editor: How Motivated Are You To Move and Kinect? (Andy McNamara discusses the new motion controls from Sony and Microsoft)
  • Feedback (Reader Letters, Responses and Artwork)
  • A Triple-A Tag Team (Namco and Capcom to join forces with Street Fighter X Tekken)
  • The Lab Rats (Article on how open betas are assisting the development process)
  • Top Ten: Disgustingly Cute Characters
  • Impulse (A look at downloadable titles Trine 2, Slam Bolt Scrappers, Dead Space Ignition, BattleBlock Theater, PixelJunk Shooter 2 and Mega Man Universe)
  • Afterwords: Singularity (Questions answered by producer Jeff Poffenbarger and writer Bob Love)
  • Cataclysmic Reasons To Come back to WoW (GI gives eight reasons for lapsed players to come back for the new expansion, Cataclysm)
  • Superhero Clash (Announcements that Thor and Green Lantern to get games in 2011)
  • Gamer (Spotlight on Myles Gordon, who has created 16 innovating tracks for ModNation Racers)
  • The Technology of Rock Band 3 (Overview on the new peripherals for Rock Band 3)
  • All Ages (A look at some of the best animal-based games for families to play)
  • Massive (Report on the problems suffering from Realtime Worlds’ APB)
  • The King of the Ring Returns (EA Announces new Fight Night for 2011)
  • Role-Players (Article that discusses the pieces needed to create the perfect sports game)
  • Interview: David Littman (Interview with the creative director for hockey and basketball games at EA Canada)
  • Classic GI (History of Twisted Metal)

Cover Story: Batman: Arkham City (PS3, 360, PC)(Having made a name for themselves with their first Batman game, Rocksteady now plans to go bigger and better with its sequel, opening up a section of Gotham for the players to explore)

Halo: Reach (360)(Having spent years working on once franchise, Bungie now says farewell to the series that they built by going into the past and giving players the opportunity to play through the final moments on the planet Reach and the brave Spartans that fought until the end)

Sony’s Next Move (A look at Sony’s new motion controller, the Move, and some of the games announced for it)


  • Dirt 3 (PS3, 360)
  • Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II (PS3, 360, PC)
  • Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions (PS3, 360)
  • Darkspore (PC, Mac)
  • Super Scribblenauts (DS)
  • NBA Elite 11 (PS3, 360)
  • NBA 2K11 (PS3, 360)
  • Two Worlds II (PS3, 360, PC)
  • Enslaved: Journey to the West (PS3, 360)
  • Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds (PS3, 360)
  • James Bond 007: Blood Stone (PS3, 360)
  • Twisted Metal (PS3)
  • NHL 11 (PS3, 360)
  • FIFA 11 (PS3, 360)

Multiplatform Reviews:

  • Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light (PS3, 360, PC)
  • Madden NFL 11 (PS3, 360)
  • Clash of the Titans (PS3, 360)

XBOX 360 Reviews:

  • Castlevania: Harmony of Despair
  • Ninety-Nine Nights II
  • Darkstar One: Broken Alliance

Wii Review:

  • Guilty Party

PC Review:

  • Disciples III: Renaissance

PSP Review:

  • Valkyria Chronicles II

The Score (Short, one paragraph reviews):

  • Hydro Thunder Hurricane (360)
  • Ivy the Kiwi? (Wii)
  • Ace Combat: Joint Assault (PSP)
  • Blacklight: Tango Down (PS3, 360, PC)
  • Monday Night Combat (360)
  • Sniper: Ghost Warrior (360)

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    Title: Game Informer Issue 209
    Month: September
    Year: 2010
    Publisher: Sunrise Publications
    Editor: Andy McNamara
    Country: United States
    Language: English
    Votes: 0

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