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Dying Light Receiving a Year of Free DLC

/ Jul 24th, 2017 Dying Light developer Techland announced it will be releasing 10 pieces of free DLC for the game over the 0 comments continue reading >>

What’s in Your Box: Week of 2-20

/ Feb 20th, 2016 Each week, we here at Gaming Illustrated are always playing a number of different video games. However, we may 0 comments continue reading >>

Looking Back on 2015: Open Season

/ Dec 31st, 2015 As 2015 comes to a close we all become tethered to a choice. Like every year, we ask “what’s 0 comments continue reading >>

Gaming Illustrated Selects: Black Friday Edition

/ Nov 28th, 2015 It’s here (or coming depending on where you are and how you view time’s relativity), the most grossly commercial 0 comments continue reading >>

Destiny: The Taken King: Redbull Edition

/ Jun 25th, 2015 Activision and Bungie announced a partnership with Red Bull for a marketing effort to promote the upcoming release of 0 comments continue reading >>

Dying Light (PS4) Review

/ Feb 11th, 2015 After a rather lengthy delay, Techland has finally released Dying Light. The newest addition to the survival-horror zombie craze 0 comments continue reading >>

The Most Dangerous Game in Dying Light

/ Feb 2nd, 2015 Created by the same developers behind Dead Island, Dying Light will remind players somewhat of the zombie RPG. However, 0 comments continue reading >>

New Releases: Week of 1/25

/ Jan 25th, 2015 New video game releases two weeks in a row? What is this some sort of bizzaro version of the 0 comments continue reading >>

Dying Light Canceled for PS3, Xbox 360

/ Oct 29th, 2014 PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of Dying Light have been canceled in order to focus on bringing the 0 comments continue reading >>

5 Games That are Going to Make Early 2015 So Hype

/ Sep 24th, 2014 Sure 2014 isn’t close to done yet, but video games are always about looking forward. The next big thing 0 comments continue reading >>