There are more western developers than ever in Japan, and they're doing everything they can to help Japan's indie community succeed overseas.
Start your week by chilling out to the best tunes gaming has to offer. Today, we get ready for the debut of Dragon Quest Heroes by revisiting the series' finest musical moment.
Turn 10's Creative Director explains how the game's Drivatar system works - and how wet weather racing evolved.
This week brings robots in disguise, another music game revival, and anime fisticuffs.
The Stanley Parable creator Davey Wreden brings us another first-person meta-narrative; one that may be a little too on the nose for its own good.
This week, USgamer's classic gaming podcast examines the series that helped Japanese adventure games develop a cult following in the States.
The RPG publisher has promised a "disaster" once its teaser hits 15,000 retweets.
The Justice League goes to war, Archie falls in love, and Weirdworld continues to be weird.
Which game would you like to remove from your memory, so you could re-experience playing it again?
Free Reign Entertainment's spiritual successor to The War Z pulls away from realism for a much more accessible take on zombie survival.
Three Fields Entertainment will bring that crashing racing action to players… eventually.
Famitsu lets one of Street Fighter V's new challengers leak a bit early.
Kat and Bob delve into one of the year's more interesting RPGs.
The notion of transmitting video game data via trading cards may seem strange, but with Amiibo Cards are simply another instance of Nintendo repurposing an old idea.
Mike talks to Assassin's Creed Syndicate's world director and historian about recreating London at the end of the Industrial Revolution.
Just how good is Logitech's latest racing wheel? We put it to the test.
Submit your best Mario Maker creation and you could win a fabulous prize.
Even if you're not into MMOs, A Realm Reborn stands a good chance of changing your mind.
There's a new review aggregation tool on the block.
Nintendo's latest creation is limited, specific, and as laid back as a video game can be.
After listening to fan feedback, Square-Enix puts the kibosh on a controversial plan.
2015's greatest DLC proves the game doesn't have to end when the credits roll.
South Korean game developers set out to show a different side of Korean gaming at a new game show. We went there, and this is what we found.
The Tony Hawk series returns with a game that gets some of the basics right, but lacks finesse and polish.
With Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection, Mike has a chance to revisit recently-set nostalgia.
Toby Fox's subversion of Japanese RPGs is equal parts inventive, touching, and brilliant.
(But it’s actually Wednesday.)
Sony and Bluepoint Games bring the Uncharted series to PlayStation 4 in style.
Assistant producer Risa Tabata fields our questions about the tiniest robot's latest escapades.
Rogue Rocket Games turns to fans for the sake of crowdfunding their dream project.