Let's hope Nintendo seizes it.
The Year of the Mammoth starts out on the right foot.
Let's talk about about PewDiePie, YouTube, and the extent of certain types of speech.
So I have to buy the Cave of Trials and new Hard Mode if I just want more story content? Awww come onnn...
Ticket prices are steep, and show details are scant. So what's actually happening at E3 2017?
The Castlevania series already parodies vampire hunters, and it does so without turning the tint knob right down to "grimdark."
Playing this little mobile game makes me want to play more Fire Emblem games for the 3DS. ...Hey! It's working!
The inevitable regret that comes with spending on a free-to-play game, plus the rest of this week's game releases and news.
Stamina? Gashapon? Oh boy!
Plus: The Switch Pro redeems a decade of frustating Nintendo controllers.
Can someone give us a new trailer, at least? Anyone? Anyone? ... Bugenhagen?
But that's not necessarily a Bad Thing.
Capcom has taken the Resident Evil series back to basics, but where does it go next?
And no, I'm not talking about the Madden Bowl. Plus: Ice dancing in the Sega Genesis "Attitude Era," Horizon Zero Dawn, and more.
Resident Evil 7 might not be the Resident Evil sequel we dreamed of, but this is the flipside of AAA's lack of innovation: fans who can't let the recent past go.
SEGA just dumped a huge collection of game soundtracks on the popular streaming service. Here's where you ought to start.
Or at least playable. Plus: Final Fantasy XV DLC, Kingdom Hearts, and a mobile game you simply have to play.
As well as more grounded speculation about the form it's actually likely to take.
Kat explains why she's been holding out on Sun and Moon pending the Pokemon Bank update.
From the brink of death, Fire Emblem is now headlining a mobile game, a Switch game, and more.
Why? It's quite a long story.
Even after a tough reveal, there's still plenty of reason to be optimistic about the Switch. Here's why. Plus: Thoughts on Ninja Gaiden, the Switch's accessories, Awesome Games Done Quick, and more.
The Switch's first year lineup is actually great. Its price is the real issue, but that's easily fixed.
But Mario and Zelda sure look great.
No matter which way you look, the Nintendo Switch is fighting against something that's already there.
From concept to software, Nintendo's new console hits all the right notes for at least one USgamer writer.
VIDEO: Mike and Kat get together to take your questions and talk about all the news that came out of last night's big Nintendo Switch event.
The day after Nintendo's big reveal, what are your plans regarding the Switch?
The morning after the event, Kat and Mike will be on Youtube talking about everything they learned.
Scalebound's cancellation is very troubling for a studio determined to live and die by its original IPs.