I have settlements to build. So many settlements.
When it comes to Peter Molyneux's brilliant RTS/god game mashup, close to two decades later, evil is still good.
Due next week on PSN at long last, this cult classic adventure presents a world covered by endless water and endless replayability.
Bob explains why, more than three years later, he just can't let this seminal action-RPG go.
Kat delves into her ongoing appreciation for the seminal monster collecting series.
Mike explores one of the games that he can't put down, his refuge in times of stress or boredom: Blizzard's World of Warcraft.
Jeremy looks back at three years of ongoing addiction... and why he'll probably never finish this massive RPG no matter how long he plays.
When two RPG giants teamed up, they created a game worth revisiting again and again — by design, as it turns out.
More than 25 years after its debut, Capcom's NES platformer remains a unique and endlessly replayable take on the genre.
Bob revisits one of his favorite CMS (construction and management simulation) games and wonders why this addictive little genre didn't get much love after the go-go '90s.
Even as Jeremy storms his way through Destiny's beta, Bungie's earliest shooters continue to tug at his heart.
Jeremy contemplates the intricate web of great game design and complex personal experiences that keeps him coming back to this NES classic.
USgamer's Tactics RPG fan holds a Square Enix cult classic close to his heart. A look at Final Fantasy Tactics.
Our resident mecha nut does her best to unpack the appeal of Japan's ultimate robot crossover series.
Sometimes, the journey is so pleasant you stop caring about the destination. Jeremy talks about the game he'll probably never finish no matter how long he plays it, and why that's just fine.