There's also a new Diablo 3: Eternal Collection for newbies.
Plus, you can now watch the calming, peaceful sunset.
Fire Emblem Heroes might be gearing up for summer.
And it fixes Final Fantasy XV's Scrappy in the process.
Japan will get a few different titles in its SNES variant.
UNPREDICTABLE | Caty plays Monument Valley 2 in its entirety (finally), and listens to Vince Staples' latest and greatest.
Raphael Colantonio will be leaving the studio he helped found.
Reddit is aflame with moral conflict. Is all truly fair in love and capitalism?
Q-Games' Dylan Cuthbert weighs in on the official Star Fox 2 release.
Nothin' goes together quite like aliens and farms.
Microsoft's re-release seems to have found an audience.
Ninja Theory is putting its advanced mo-cap tech to the test.
Anthem finds another common thread with Bungie's Destiny.
Sega's Valkyria Chronicles revival is a disappointment.
STARTING SCREEN | The Witcher 3 continues to surprise me with every return, even years after its release.
A localization of the Trigger anime adaptation has yet to be confirmed.
Caty's back at it, ranking the characters of Arms in terms of coolness only.
Developers are adjusting spawn rates for the first time.
It's not in our nature to complain, Nintendo, but--
How complete is it?
The next Steamworld adds some more platforms.
A world without cooking...
You probably still won't be able to get one.
Now you can be a roadside cooking master with Ignis' best recip-eehs!
Poor frame rates and input lag cause Sega's classic mobile games initiative to stumble.
Sunday, Sunday, Sunday!
Using the newly-discovered God Mode glitch, Noctis can fly like an eagle to wherever he likes.
ENDING CREDITS | Taking a look a back at this week's headlines and everything else you might have missed on USgamer.
The unique way Final Fantasy XIV forces players to play leads to interesting pay-offs with every expansion.
The Summer Games Event is likely returning too, though that was already noted.