PODCAST: Caty, Nadia, and Kat share their thoughts on Horizon Zero Dawn, Chrono Trigger, and Persona 3 in the latest episode of the RPG podcast.
Let's hope Nintendo seizes it.
Discovering a classic.
Good night, sweet Piloted Shredder.
Plus more berries, additional clothes, and other perks.
The Year of the Mammoth starts out on the right foot.
Some of the ways that Halo Wars 2 can point the way for the future of the genre.
RPG PODCAST: Special guest John Learned discusses Team Ninja's new dungeon crawler, and Kat and Nadia have a very Canadian argument about Fire Emblem Heroes.
All the ways in which Horizon's robot dinosaurs help to elevate Guerilla's open world RPG.
The inevitable regret that comes with spending on a free-to-play game, plus the rest of this week's game releases and news.
Stamina? Gashapon? Oh boy!
Plus: The Switch Pro redeems a decade of frustating Nintendo controllers.
And NBA Live lives!
And no, I'm not talking about the Madden Bowl. Plus: Ice dancing in the Sega Genesis "Attitude Era," Horizon Zero Dawn, and more.
An in-depth look at the combat, the crafting, whether your actions have consequences, and the question of multiple endings.
This week we have chatter about Pokemon Bank and Dragon Quest VIII to go with a Torment: Tides of Numenera interview.
Or at least playable. Plus: Final Fantasy XV DLC, Kingdom Hearts, and a mobile game you simply have to play.
Now that all of the Fallout 4 add-ons are out, here are the essential purchases for the fans.
You won't have to wait for Ni No Kuni II to be released in English.
Kat explains why she's been holding out on Sun and Moon pending the Pokemon Bank update.
You can now transfer your old monsters into Pokemon Sun and Moon, and fans will get a reward for doing so.
One part remaster and two parts teaser trailer, Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue is Square Enix's attempt to reassure the fans.
Nadia and Kat goof on one another about Final Fantasy IV and Persona 4 Golden, then settle in to talk Switch and Fire Emblem.
Our heroes climb the Tower of Zott and later encounter an old friend as Kat's dramatic reading of Final Fantasy IV continues.
From the brink of death, Fire Emblem is now headlining a mobile game, a Switch game, and more.
Halo Wars 2's developers aren't firmly committing to building an eSport, but it's very much on their mind.
Our Let's Play of Final Fantasy continues, now with handy timestamps so you can jump to the best parts!
Nadia plays Arms and 1-2 Switch and lives to tell the tale.
Where to find us and when to watch.
Even after a tough reveal, there's still plenty of reason to be optimistic about the Switch. Here's why. Plus: Thoughts on Ninja Gaiden, the Switch's accessories, Awesome Games Done Quick, and more.