OPINION | If singer Dion DiMucci is determined to make Fallout 4 look like a murder simulator, he should do a little homework first.
Noctis is far less grumpy than usual.
OPINION | No longer is there a deluge of Dragonites.
I dream of owning an E3-branded spatula that says "gamer" on it.
Props to Ubisoft for announcing a game that's hardly in development.
Much has been made of a lack of new exclusives for Xbox, but clawing back the hardcore first is essential for long-term success.
But it could have been worse.
A slew of first-party reveals at E3, including two new Metroid games, should keep up the momentum.
Predictable announcements and lots of delays into 2018 highlight the fact that it's truly the middle of the generation.
OPINION | If you build it, they won't come unless they have a damn good reason to.
Ori and the Will of the Wisps? Forza? Playerunknown's Baettlegrounds? It's not enough.
It's about more than graphics or modes.
And what to expect from the upcoming enhanced version.
Capcom: We Still Refuse to Switch it On™.
The Switch doesn't deserve to be such a huge hit. But it also does. So confused.
Now we just have to wait until 2018.
Samus is a troubled character in more ways than one. How should she be depicted in a comic?
So much for turning over a new leaf.
Dearest Capcom, please join the hybrid hype. You belong here.
A busy fall makes the wait for 2018 a bit more bearable.
Ahead of the Twin Peaks revival, we interrogate the often-misguided Twin Peaks comparisons in games.
Time to put the NFL 2K5 comparisons to rest.
An ode to one of Platinum's more underappreciated gems.
A brief rebuttal.
OPINION: Tingle dress-up time is great, but we need a faster way to travel through Hyrule's huge bodies of water.
OPINION: Those of us who entered The Elder Scrolls through Skyrim would love a little education -- especially if it's portable.
OPINION: Seems Nintendo and 3D never truly needed each other.
REVEAL REACTION | What, you thought Call of Duty was going to show us the Anglo-Iraqi War?
OPINION: Do video games tell their tales flawlessly? No. Should narrative therefore be removed from games? Heck no.
OPINION: The SNES Classic (assuming it's a thing) is meant to capture a time in gaming history that was much more divided than the NES era.