ENDING CREDITS | Taking a look a back at this week's headlines and everything else you might have missed on USgamer.
Great deals on Dead Rising 4, Torment: Tides of Numenera, Transformers: Devastation, and more.
Andrew Knapp, Jesse Winker, and other rookies can now be added to your roster.
FIELD NOTES: Caty's been "playing" Stardew Valley, if you call hardly paying attention to it at all while listening to podcasts "playing."
PODCAST | We're joined by Cosmic Star Heroine co-creator Robert Boyd!
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.
And with pretty pixel art to boot.
Sledgehammer's Call of Duty title is confirmed for a return to the second World War.
Now non-partners can get their cut as well.
The Yakuza director confirms there's more life to the series after Yakuza 6.
The all-new frying pan meta is incoming.
Konami continues to support Super Bomberman R post-launch.
All the games in the Disney Afternoon Collection are great, but some are greater than others. We count 'em down.
The March 2017 NPD numbers show Ghost Recon, Zelda, and Mass Effect at the top.
Jonathan Blow is already working on his next title.
Hmmmmm, are our dreams of Persona kart racing becoming a reality?
We spoke with Vignettes' designers about the power of toys, and the joy to be found in relics of the past.
DESIGN IN ACTION | Link's journey across the entirety of Hyrule was in fact just the beginning of a much larger adventure.
What, specifically, is wrong with Persona 5's translation? One localization editor is ready to take you to school.
Turnwheels, revival wells, and other tricks smooth the way still further.
The esports phenomenon is spreading to a new audience.
In the grim darkness of the far future, Relic Entertainment changes up the Dawn of War formula again.
Nintendo puts the finishing touches on an already excellent game.
Seriously, it's still pretty good.
Bonus: We also imagine a (good) Genesis Classic Edition.
To love video games as a child was to quickly discover that some game-makers weren't obligated to offer you a fun experience for your cash.
Oregon Trail co-creator Don Rawitsch talks about the game's history, from its humble beginnings to its induction into the World Video Game Hall of Fame.
Squadalah! We're off, Link-chan!
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