There have been plenty of rumors about Nintendo's upcoming NX this week. What do you think?
Disney is wasting no time cutting off Disney Infinity and its online component.
A very cool 3D-printed NES emulation machine is prompting people to ask why the NES Mini isn't similar, but Nintendo has good reasons for keeping things simple.
New documents show that the PlayStation Camera wants around 60 sq feet for VR.
AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD: We welcome fellow RPG booster Jason Schreier to the show for the first time to discuss Trails of Cold Steel and I Am Setsuna.
Sony's gaming division is doing alright.
Jelly Deals have rounded up the best gaming and tech bargains of the week.
Having healed through hundreds of games, Jaz offers his perspective on the good and not-so-good habits of Overwatch players.
Heart Machine's excellent retro-style action-RPG is now on PlayStation 4, so we're going to go on a trip.
Ubisoft makes a new spin-off of its family-friendly best-seller for a world without motion control.
What beats killing the summer doldrums with a great video game? Chasing it with the perfect cocktail. We share our picks for both!
Pokémon is one of Nintendo's strongest franchises, but it's long been locked away on handhelds. That may be about to change.
Legendary is adapting Dontnod's time-bending adventure for television.
Some Pokémon GO trainers have already caught 'em all (or as many as the game currently allows, anyway). Here's how they did it.
The original console roguelike returns to show the new kids how it's done.
Nintendo's NX is reportedly a portable system that's weaker than the PlayStation 4. Is Nintendo crazy? Yes. Like a (Star) fox.
Sega has a release date for the Yakuza prequel in North America and Europe.
If you're looking to play your old Xbox 360 games on your Xbox One, here's what's available.
Professor Layton's daughter (plus one talking dog) go mystery-hunting in Lady Layton: The Conspiracy of King Millionaire Ariadne.
Tricky Towers looks like a Tetris game at first glance, but it's not really Tetris at all.
Smartphone batteries everywhere will have to drain at an alarming rate a little bit longer.
The lack of major releases during the quarter hurt Nintendo's bottom line.
Is it a walking simulator or is it a platformer? Lifeless Planet is actually both.
If the reports about the Nintendo NX are true, are we even sure that the mainstream consumer wants another dedicate portable system?
Data Discs delivers an incredible rendition of SEGA's spectacular arcade soundtrack, as perfect a summer sensation as Pokémon Go.
The man behind Sony's strong indie program goes indie himself.
The third Trails of Cold Steel could leave the PlayStation Vita behind.
Which games have you been playing the most through the month of July? Tell us in the comments!
Who will you fight for? Choose wisely, because Niantic plans to dote on Pokémon GO for a long time.
But, you can order the impressively excessive limited edition now.