Is that something you expected from one of Ubisoft's flagship franchises? The one all about explosions and attack badgers?
When life gives you Magikarp, make a profit.
Like that time your parent said your dog went off to retire on a farm.
DESIGN IN ACTION | Plenty of games imitate the classics. Few manage to simultaneously embrace and transcend them.
The art of shooting things has fallen to the wayside.
Introducing a new weekly, as-of-yet untitled column from Caty, featuring games and whatever else.
From lewd beginnings to vague innuendos.
FIELD NOTES: Caty revisits her favorite Pomeranian, the star of the post-apocalyptic arcade survival game Tokyo Jungle.
Mike spends some time with the next Destiny.
DESIGN IN ACTION: How the push-and-pull of iterative challenges invisibly eases players into the game's most advanced platforming techniques.
The Splatoon of fighting games might be a bit too imprecise.
Does Final Fantasy XII deserve another chance? Kat takes the HD version for a spin and offers her thoughts on the Gambit System, the Zodiac license board, and more.
Three Fields Entertainment offers up an early look at the game we all wanted.
DIGITAL GEMS: Arc Symphony imagines not a faux-JRPG, but the community that surrounds it. Fan fiction, passive aggression, and all.
One takes us back to evolution, the other to the issues neighborhoods face today.
So you're in the market for Minecraft, but aren't sure which edition is right for you? We can help.
From the rusted machines to the YoRHa androids, clothes are more than just stylish.
DESIGN IN ACTION | Yacht Club Games' brilliant platformer called back to the golden age of gaming with a reminder that the best tutorial is experience.
With Deadly Premonition on its way to a board game adaptation, it's time to look back at the creative, clever, and just plain weird board game adaptations of the past.
This isn't your father's Fire Emblem. Okay, maybe it is.
DIGITAL GEMS: Finally, a reason to dust off your Playstation VR headset.
PREVIEW: Tabletop fans will be pleased with Divinity: Original Sin 2's Game Master mode, where the only barrier is your own imagination.
There is no better track than Baby Park, for better or for worse.
A second chance for Mark Cerny and company.
FIELD NOTES: Caty says farewell to another gaming missed connection. She'll miss her farm cat, but it's onto greener pastures.
This isn't Pikmin 4, it's something else entirely.
The Mii-focused RPG is surprisingly enjoyable.
Mike tackles Grezzo's first original title, the adorable Ever Oasis.
Mike takes a spin with the 3DS's new mid-range model.
Understanding Arkane's next and Bethesda's scifi horror franchise.