I am PlayerUnknown's compromised frame rate.
Be gone camel toe.
PSX kicked off things from a couch late Friday evening... and never left.
The purity of the single map PUBG experience is tainted, but it's honestly better this way.
Cuphead and Hellblade also took home a few awards each.
Dreams will stretch players' imaginations.
Norman Reedus found some clothes this time!
Katsuhiro Harada announced the new entry in the fighting game series at The Game Awards tonight.
In the Valley of Gods will be released in 2019.
Destiny 2's first major expansion is overall a disappointment.
From Singapore to Australia, we spoke to the up-and-coming game developers nominated for the first-ever Student Game Award at The Game Awards.
New skins, new arcade modes, new holiday cheer.
Ryan Reynolds has been cast as everyone's favorite Pokemon in an upcoming Hollywood movie.
You'll want more than just shaders from the Eververse.
A new technical analysis from Digital Foundry shows low, low resolution when playing portably.
Walking in a snow-less wonderland.
That secret monster wasn't the only thing lurking in Bloodborne after nearly three years.
With version 2.0, Splatoon 2 starts feeling less like Splatoon 1.5.
After fan outcry over Destiny 2's lackluster endgame, Bungie has a plan in place to make it better.
Also a Kung-Fu Panda game, because why not.
For Kowloon's Gate's 20th anniversary, we reminisce about the mysterious, never-localized PS1 game.
A triple-A company tweaking XP gains to indirectly encourage microtransactions? Say it ain't so.
Caty's rushing through her 2017 backlog before the year is through, and first up is finally dusting off Gravity Rush 2.
From Dungeons & Dragons to Mortal Kombat, we talked to the circle of friends who helped make Mortal Kombat possible.
That feeling when the deadliest catch is fan service.
2017 was the year we opened Pandora's loot box. Here's what some in the games industry are thinking.
The giant with the flaming sword wasn't cut from the game after all.
The update includes new maps, fresh gear, and the ability to finally swap your load-out between matches! Bless.
The action-adventure shooting museum will never be lost to time, unlike a bridge crumbling under Nathan Drake's feet.