Watch at 12:30pm PT/3:30pm ET as three of our editors spend some quality time with Blizzard's new shooter.
Nintendo's "MH" is likelier to be an invention for investors than an actual product.
We dig into Blizzard's first foray into the first-person shooter genre.
This is what happens when a calming, meditative puzzle game goes to bullet hell.
With the clock ticking down on Overwatch's release, Bob returns to an old multiplayer favorite and finds that it hasn't aged a day.
Kat explores the new Total War game launching on May 24 and likes what she finds.
"Don't hold it against us. You don't know what we've been through..."
After three decades, are Zelda for NES and its direct sequel Zelda II still worth rapping about? The podcast gang deliberates.
When it comes to video game plots and premises, which release has the greatest?
AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD: Plus we discuss the Yo-Kai Watch 2 announcement, the appearance of footage from Oblivion PSP, and more.
Things don't always go according to plan—especially when it comes to video games.
Nadia goes to war in the battlefields of Valkyria Chronicles for the very first time.
Good DLC for an RPG is never easy, but Fallout 4's add-on content has been mostly on the mark. Plus: Extended thoughts on the first half of Far Harbor.
Super Castlevania IV's unique love of kettle drums is inexplicable, but by no means unwelcome.
The only thing truly "new" about Nintendo's DS blockbuster was the notion that maybe classic platformers still had a place in the world, but that was enough to make a difference.
Come join Kat at 4pm PT/7pm ET as she explores the latest Fallout 4 DLC.
After spending years in development hell, Homefront: The Revolution has arrived at last. Unfortunately, though, it's not without its issues.
PODCAST: It's our third episode in a row!
The dreadful PC launch of Batman: Arkham Knight dented the Arkham series' reputation, but the remasters of its best games should smooth things out a bit.
Sentient corn and a curmudgeonly, Russian teddy bear make up Finish Line Games' attempt to instill this burgeoning genre with humor.
Galak-Z's free DLC is now available offering even more incentive to check out 17-Bit's unique shoot 'em up.
Doom is back for the first time since 2004. Has it been worth the wait?
Oh, and she'll show you how to get off to a decent start, too. Join her at 4pm PT/7pm ET.
When it comes to Peter Molyneux's brilliant RTS/god game mashup, close to two decades later, evil is still good.
Video footage of the axed PSP Elder Scrolls game reveals it was well into development.
Square-Enix's mobile RPG is engineered to punch your most tender Final Fantasy nostalgia zones.
A willingness to endure short-term pain has allowed Blizzard to turn many of their biggest failures into great successes.
The upcoming mix of Super Mario and Minecraft offers way more than a few character skins.
Follow Jeremy's mad quest to stream his live attempts to beat every possible Mega Man game in this handy central repository! Next: The fourth Mega Man, Wednesday at 3 p.m. ET/noon PT.
This week, USgamer's classic gaming podcast enters the VIDEO ZONE for an exploration of the Nickelodeon game show devoted to 8 and 16-bit entertainment.