A bizarre set of circumstances leads you to a single choice: you're about to be pixelated into a video game character and thrown into a game. Who are you going to be?
"Storium is a technology for human creativity, for human dreaming," says Protagonist Labs co-founder Josh Whiting.
How badass is Minecraft guy? Professor Sharkey breaks it all down with the power of science.
Anime has always been a part of gaming, but for many years, US publishers felt its artistic style was too "Japanese" and alienating for a western audience. However, in 1989 a tipping point was reached - and anime finally started to become cool. Jeremy Parish explains why.
Some of our games have become so big that you'll be playing them forever.
If you're looking for strategy action on your Android mobile device, here's a few of the best offerings on the Google Play Store.
In August 1989, NEC launched the TurboGrafx-16 in America. We explore why it lost the console wars — and why it was great nevertheless.
Guardians of the Galaxy has a tie-in game for mobile you can pick up right now, but what if Marvel and Disney set their sights higher?
A few familiar faces will be popping up in Gearbox's upcoming Borderlands prequel. Here's what to expect.
What would you do to survive? In Gods Will Be Watching the answer is apparently anything.
A quarter-century after its debut, we look back at the life and times of Nintendo's legendary portable console.
Ivory Tower and Ubisoft Reflections blend genres to bring you an entirely different racing experience.
Oddworld's original 1997 PSX release has been brought bang up-to-date with a full makeover. The result is a thing of dystopian beauty.
Heart of the Swarm hasn't quite been the revival Blizzard was hoping for, but it's nevertheless worth revisiting.
Come hang out with USG's editors while they play through and share their thoughts.
EA's new Access subscription program is the gaming industry reacting to the same trends that have affected other entertainment.
Check out all the horrors Dark Souls 2's DLC has to offer with USgamer's biggest FromSoftware fan.
This HD remaster holds up better than you might think, but there's no hiding the fact that it's basically an eight-year-old tech demo.
Learn the best strategies to survive the nightmarish landscapes of Shulva, and important tips for taking down its aggressive enemies and terrifying bosses.
This slightly tweaked remake of last year's hit embodies the best (and just a tiny bit of the worst) of zombie tales and action games.
Perhaps the most important asset in your gaming arsenal is your controller. There have been thousands of different ones over the years. Which one is your all-time favorite? We'd love to know.