After a decade of darkness, EA's NBA sim is on its way back. But which one should you buy?
An excerpt from the webzine Heterotopias explores the romanticism in The Last of Us' erasure of humanity.
What is Danganronpa, and why do people love it so much? Our spoiler-free introductory guide might help you get started on the series.
Square-Enix's Y2K classic is headed to the PC and mobile devices. Here's why you should care.
With debt, neighborhood drama, and more, Animal Crossing's world was always incredibly familiar from the first step of its North American debut.
Lola Pop, general updates, and custom controls are helping shape Arms into a better game.
The road ahead is sunny. Mind the occasional pothole, though.
The art of letting your mind drift off to faraway places.
It's borderline silly at times.
Destiny 2's first raid has been picked apart. How does the community feel about it?
FIELD NOTES | Caty wraps up this series of Field Notes with ruminations on why playing with friends makes Destiny 2 so much better.
FIELD NOTES | Caty's still playing Destiny 2, and takes some time to soak in the scenery.
FIELD NOTES | Caty's strapped on her space boots in Destiny 2, treading through familiar space ground.
From shyness to opening up to strangers, Netflix's new Japanese dramedy revolving around Final Fantasy XIV is realistic and heartfelt.
MercurySteam leans heavily into the combat in their remake of Metroid: Samus Returns.
While it shares some similarities, the play is the thing.
We dive into the first PC game to come out from Bungie in 10 years.
The map will take "40 to 60 minutes to drive across." Key word: drive.
The battle royale has expanded outside of the game itself.
Nathan Drake may be out of the thieving game, but that doesn't mean the Uncharted games have to end.
As the first Battlegrounds Invitational kicks off at Gamescom in Cologne, Germany, we assess the familiar layout of the competition.
UNPREDICTABLE | Caty plays the cult Korean horror White Day: A Labyrinth Named School, and mourns the loss of Brand New.
Somewhere, beyond the sea, video games are art.
Retro revivals don't need to copy everything from the past to be great.
Boss Key's arena shooter is stumbling out of the gate a bit.
Hellblade's real success is with empathy, not neat gameplay tricks.
UNPREDICTABLE | Caty looks at the controversy revolving around Hellblade, and laughs a lot during Wet Hot American Summer: 10 Years Later.
"Mayo Queen" may be the whitest title of all-time.
Ketchup or mayo? Here's a little primer on Splatfests for the unenlightened.
Grand Theft Auto Online is still making tons of money for Rockstar and Take-Two.