Mario, Fire Emblem, and Animal Crossing are coming to mobile devices. What other Nintendo franchises would you like to see on your phone?
Jelly Deals presents the internet's best gaming and tech bargains as we head into the weekend.
Strong female representation is important, but letting dudes talk about wedding dresses is also important.
AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD: And Nadia's back, too!
It may not be an HD remaster, but this best-of music compilation offers a satisfying way to revisit BioWare's RPG hit.
Nintendo's first mobile game isn't as portable as it could be, since an online connection is required.
Lots of potential, flawed execution.
A look into Ubisoft's work in crafting the South American landscape of the newest Ghost Recon.
Blizzard's MOBA-like heads in a new direction as Dustin Browder leaves the project.
Fumito Ueda's greatest creation is the creature Trico, not the bog-standard adventure it stars in.
Though Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King for the Nintendo 3DS isn't a ground-up overhaul the way Dragon Quest VII 3DS is, there's still tons of new stuff to get excited about.
Nintendo is positioning mobile as part of the company's overall ecosystem, not just a money maker.
The second Dragon Quest action RPG is coming to our shores!
But yes, Chapter 13 really is pretty bad.
Carrying forward older Virtual Console titles is still up in the air.
Niantic looks like it'll be updating Pokemon Go with more Pokemon soon.
FFXV director Hajime Tabata wants to continue evolving Final Fantasy XV through free updates.
Sony is mum on how many PlayStation 4 Pro have been sold.
Featuring a collection of ten contemporary tables, Stern Pinball Arcade offers an authentic-feeling silverball experience.
Yacht Club Games talks about Specter of Torment's new story and structure, as well as why they keep putting out such elaborate expansions for free.
Craig Zinkievich and others have formed a new Silicon Valley based studio.
Yeah, the new level-design tool port definitely has some serious shortcomings. Fortunately, we can think of a few easy fixes.
Here's all the games coming in 2017, that we know of, constantly updated for your benefit.
Kill la Kill and Little Witch Academia animation company will help out on Indivisible.
Capcom is mining its rich catalog as it looks towards the future.
Jeremy explores one of classic gaming's most popular and iconic audio formats (as seen on TV, via SEGA Genesis!).
Ms. Marvel? Luke Cage? Here are some intriguing possibilities.
A sincere heart beats within this adventure, but being a video game is as much its undoing as its strength.
Observations on Last of Us Part 2, Persona 5's English localization, and everything else we saw at Sony's December showcase.
Sometimes what's dead just doesn't stay down.