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?
Or: Snake and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
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.
This party platformer may make you hate your friends almost as much as Mario Party.
As we head into gaming's busiest season, it's time to reveal your most-anticipated game.
Yager and SixFoot's ship combat game adds a host of new ships and customization options.
The aptly-named Discord Games seeks to cause emotional discord with its retro Metroidvania.
Who is Cicero Gavar and why does he wear that fabulous mask?
Mike sees how Valve views virtual reality for the first time.
Don't you wish you could fight it out for that prime hotel space?
Yeah, another indie title in a familiar genre has its hooks in me.
On the 25th anniversary of its disastrous European launch, Jaz takes a look back at the ill-fated British console, the Amstrad GX4000.
One does not simply throw together complex levels.
How Nintendo's insanely successful Amiibo lineup is diversifying, and what that could mean.
Why Capcom's scantily-clad butt-slamming lady offers a surprisingly positive example of female representation.