Nippon Ichi's latest roguelike seems great, until you stack it against its predecessor.
Even the company's annual investor report seems designed to alienate its fanbase.
Why PS4-exclusive Everybody's Gone to the Rapture isn't planned for other platforms, and why that's a good thing
Brendan Sinclair never played it, but yesterday's Wii U release gave him a good reason to fix that
The Novelist will mean different things to different people; former AAA dev Kent Hudson is hoping it means creative freedom
What do Shinji Mikami, David Cage, and Bobby Kotick have in common? The notion that storytelling is a technical hurdle as much as a creative one
Credit Capcom Vancouver for taking a fresh approach to the series, but will the next Dead Rising ignore the qualities that made the first two great?
The director of the Xbox One-exclusive Panzer Dragoon follow-up is too busy making games to waste time lamenting setbacks and challenges.
55 years later, Edward R. Murrow's cautionary address for a growing medium is still relevant
Microsoft's Xbox One reversal has us reflecting on some of the medium's biggest blunders, reversals, and retractions.
Starbreeze Studios' latest was nearly lost in the din of the E3 show floor.
Whether you love or hate Mike Krahulik and Jerry Holkins, you've probably got good reasons for it.
Jeremy and Brendan attempt to disagree without resorting to personal attacks in USgamer's first Point/Counterpoint column.
Vanillaware's masterful visuals elevate an otherwise average action game.
Some games have a habit of inserting themselves into your waking life; which ones have consumed you?
The quick reversal of anti-consumer policies is nice, but Microsoft and other companies are now likely to take the wrong lessons away from the debacle.
An imaginary chat with the newest member of the Murdered: Soul Suspect QA team.
Do you invest in gaming trends? Let our team of seasoned professionals tell you where to place your bets coming out of the big show.
Octodad: Dadliest Catch was the least intuitive, most amusing thing on the E3 show floor, tentacles down.
With Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z, Keiji Inafune, Team Ninja, and Spark seem to be answering a question we didn't know anyone had asked.
Yes, the sorceress' chest is absurd. But the rest of Vanillaware's beat-em-up is a resurrected and refined take on a classic arcade genre.
Yukio Futatsugi is interested in crowdfunding a follow-up to his Xbox cult classic, but there are hurdles to clear
What does Florentine Renaissance art have to do with cultural acceptance and the industry's creative stagnation?
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Marketing mistruths are so commonplace that some companies aren't even trying for plausibility any more