NIS' efforts brought the entire Danganronpa series to the USA in just one year—spoiling anyone who's a fan of mystery, mayhem, and text-heavy adventure games.
Nintendo's Amiibo launch has been good for the company, but bad for the average consumer.
Kat chronicles her experiences with Frontier's massively multiplayer space shooter ahead of assigning a final score. Join her!
We take a communal dip into Konami's RPG classic, and find the waters surprisingly choppy at the start.
Forza Horizon 2's new expansion takes off-road racing - and inclement weather - to new heights.
There's a thin line between mediocre and misunderstood, and sometimes the difference simply comes down to personal tastes.
DrinkBox Studios' first-person take on Punch-Out's timing-based battles is just as strangely awesome as it sounds.
Kat takes a tour of the new space combat sim that launched today. Plus: Free copies of the game.
Arc System Works' classic series makes its 3D animated return on PlayStation platforms.
Total War: Arena spins off from the core series to offer standalone co-op battles, with interesting results.
This year had all the hallmarks of a fine vintage for racing games, but unfortunately while some delivered a brilliant experience, others failed to live up to their potential.
Double Fine's light touch makes for some understated improvements to Tim Schafer's 1998 PC classic.
The Fine Brothers release a new video and classic fans wrongly lament the state of game players today.
Unlock the Murmur fusion rifle and the Will of Crota level 24 strike.
Due to popular demand, we're back with another movie-themed episode! Listen in and suffer along with a thorough dissection of Capcom's 2009 cinematic disaster.
This week's community question takes a musical bent as we ask you to name your favorite video game music.
The whole team comes together to talk about 2014's underdogs and remember Ralph Baer in our audio debut. Plus: A contest.
The veteran localizer discusses his process, working with Japanese puns, and how Phoenix was nearly named "Roger."
Jeremy delves into this odd Super NES RPG to prove once and for all that the world really does revolve around him.
More than just a sequel, this latest Platinum Games production could be the developer's finest work to date.
Renegade Kid's bite-sized metroidvania has promise, but its quick-and-dirty nature means it doesn't quite deliver.
2014 has been a great year for FPS games. We take a look at the best of them - and explain what makes each one stand on its own merits.
The composer behind some of gaming's most legendary tunes reflects on the many changes he's experienced in his 30-year career at Nintendo.
A frustrated Vita owner wonders what's next for Sony's troubled handheld.