Happy anniversary, Simon Belmont! Too bad your bloodline is as deceased as Dracula himself.
Next month, The Division's 1.4 update will bring about some major changes to character builds, skills, and the way the game's weapons work.
Bungie's FPSMMO may come to the PC platform with its sequel.
We loved XCOM 2 when it launched earlier this year, but does it hold up? Plus, some thoughts on the console version.
Spike Chunsoft's latest visual novel has a Japanese release date.
Microsoft's new operating system has reached another milestone.
The least-used character in Blizzard's competitive shooter is due for some big changes in November.
Which sports game has the best franchise mode? Let's take a look.
Think of it as a temp structure to make use of until they complete construction on the real thing.
Nadia re-examines Undertale a year after its release to determine if Toby Fox's RPG about monsters and men still deserves its accolades.
A new dedicated hand-held version of the classic home computer is set to be released next month.
Campo Santo and Good Universe are collaborating on film and video games projects.
Yacht Club's blue crusader will make an appearance in the spiritual successor to Rare's 3D platformers.
The indie team behind the god-killing action game bring their expertise to a different genre.
Kat and Mike stream a couple games that aren't yet out in the US. Join them!
We take a look at the biggest games coming out over the next few months.
Choice Provisions announces a sequel for the BIT.TRIP Runner series.
What are you playing? We want to know!
The company is making more games, making them faster, and expanding in new genres in an attempt to take the crown.
This week on USgamer's classic gaming podcast, we dig into the surprisingly deep history of Nintendo's gloriously cartoony take on pugilism.
By working in only two genres, Oasis' first four PSVR titles demonstrate the range of possibilities within VR applications for familiar game types.
Telltale's Batman takes a divergent turn from previous versions of the Batman mythos.
This week's community question is all about failing to cross the finish line, despite your best efforts.
Destiny's first expansion in more than a year is centered around the player's journey to become a new-generation Iron Lord.
A year on, Jeremy looks back at Nintendo's excellent level-design tool and asks, "Does it still seem excellent?"
Infinity Ward sends fans into the far future in the upcoming multiplayer beta.
AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD: Elliot Gay returns to share his thoughts on the first 40 hours of the import version of Persona 5. No spoilers! Promise!
Palmer Luckey has been funding Nimble America and now everyone knows about it. What happens now?
That's what happens when you make people wait eight years for a sequel.
With its impressive amount of ways to disrupt a highly interactive world, Watch Dogs 2 looks to be picking up exactly where Grand Theft Auto left off.