It's like Wolfenstein 3D, except all the Nazis are sleepy animals. Wait, where are you going?
But they shouldn't be.
We pick the best of the best for the year ahead, and also announce two overall Best of E3 winners - one voted for by the USgamer team, and the other voted by you, the readers.
The guiding hand behind Devil May Cry talks about his ups, downs, and everything-in-betweens with Capcom's groundbreaking action series.
Wondering what's the deal with this primitive version of the classic Super Nintendo RPG you know and (presumably) love? Listen in as shocking Mother secrets are revealed!
The newest Lego game wants you to actually play with your toys, not just leave them on their fancy base.
As another E3 passes us by, how the rest of the year will pan out in light of what we know?
A conversation with the former Castlevania director on the influence of the past, the future, and the supporters on his new project Bloodstained.
For those left wanting for tabletop space or local friends, there's an easy way to get your board and card game fixes: iOS devices. Here's a roundup of some of the best digital adaptations on iPhone and iPad.
Apple goes too far as it attempts to handle the Confederate Flag controversy with a hammer instead of scalpel.
If you're looking for a compelling adventure on your Android mobile device, here's a few of the best offerings on the Google Play Store.
If you're not interested in messing around with MAME, or just want a simple console solution to your retro arcade needs, look no further than a humble PlayStation 2. Here's why.
After its previous inclusivity missteps, Nintendo offers two bisexual characters in the upcoming Fire Emblem game.
Rocksteady's coda to the Arkham saga has a rocky launch.
This year's E3 was a great one for games - even if there wasn't much on display in terms of new concepts and ideas.
Capcom might not have chosen the most deserving candidate for a next-gen makeover, but—if you can handle its last-gen baggage—Dante's late-aughts adventure provides reliable DMC action.
And you believed it!
Alex Bahr's homemade SD Card Drive perfected the iconic Game Boy Camera — but it never evolved beyond the prototype stage.
We'd love to see PlatinumGames try its hands at reviving / polishing these series.
We capture the thoughts of Kat and Jeremy in the immediate aftermath of Square Enix's surprising announcements.
A new Star Fox is on the way, which means it's time for Kat's annual replay of Star Fox 64! Join her at 4pm PT/7pm ET.
The veteran localizer discusses his process, working with Japanese puns, and how Phoenix was nearly named "Roger."
Tim's history, career – and the ups and downs of game development and crowdfunding.
Why should Minecraft have all the fun? We look at other game franchises that would benefit from this awesome bit of tech.
Over the past four decades, games journalism has undergone some major evolutions. We look at how it's changed over the years.
Batman turns 75th today, and to help the old-timer celebrate, we're sorting out the parties responsible for his finest video game appearances.
How FightCade saved an online classic gaming community from the brink of doom.
Mike Bithell leaves Thomas Was Alone behind to try something completely different.
Many of the best games are still more than a year out, but the foundation is in place for the future.
Does the director of the oddball NES classic feel snubbed over his game's absence in Nintendo's upcoming game design tool?