Yes? No? I'm confused. Why is this happening?
A new Apple TV is on the horizon and it looks like gaming may play a bigger part.
Check out this first look at the BBC's fictionalized take on Grand Theft Auto's early '00s controversy.
The PC has recently become a wonderland for overlooked or MIA RPGs from Japanese developers. Here are a few that haven't made it yet, but definitely should.
We break down the differences between Birthright and Conquest, the new features, and more.
Phoenix Wright's upcoming courtroom adventure has been confirmed for both Japan and America. But does this mean we'll never see the series' most recent spin-off?
Lots of enticing smaller games, though — here's a quick look at 10 of the most promising.
Amazon and Nintendo mend some fences with a new eShop-style digital store.
While it lacks the punch of the series' complex murder mysteries, this spin-off proves great writing can sometimes save a shallow experience.
Kat explains why, for better or worse, she's fallen for Madden's most popular mode.
A Japanese yuri visual novel is making the transitional to Steam without any cut content.
Fireteam Osiris makes a stunning debut doing things you'll probably never do in any Halo ever.
Packing a high degree of creativity and imagination, Media Molecule's latest plays like a kid's storybook come to life.
There's never been a more "Nintendo" creation than this 2D Mario construction kit.
Kojima's final turn with the series is also his most ambitious, but how well does it come together?
The newest adventures of Lara Croft and Nathan Drake feel similar, but is that really because they're the same game?
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What can you take away from a strategy game and yet still have a strategy game?
Your feedback turns an interesting but unrealized level concept into a near-finished work of art.
Albeit in very limited quantities.
Kat finds herself teaming up to push papers in the 2013 indie.
This collection of games shows just what this former Konami creator can do when freed from the world of walking tanks.
Finally, a sensible East/West collaboration.
As the long-running saga comes to a conclusion with tomorrow's Metal Gear Solid V launch, we look back at the series' history.
A team of Nordic developers wants to scare you with monsters from their culture.
Complete every mission and primary objective.1
Rescue Emmerich and escape the base.
Defeat Quiet and finish every objective.
Rescue the prisoner in about five minutes.
Secrets and Easter Eggs found in MGS 5.
Get all of the scraps, collectibles and strategies for every camp in the game!
Find Dim Rim's convoy, install the Thunderpoon, take Dead Barrens Pass and save Pink Eye!1
Collect all 10 Memento Photos and bring them to Paz.1
Dismantle all camps with 100 percent completion, find all history relics, archangels and more.
Find all the blueprints in Metal Gear Solid 5.
Find Chum and escape the Graveyard as you begin to build the Magnum Opus.
Unlock Jeet and Gutgash's strongholds and install the sniper rifle!
Survive the night and save all characters.1
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