Max's adventure takes a big turn in its latest episode.
Kotaku's Kirk Hamilton joins Kat to discuss his two favorite topics - Witcher 3 and Destiny.
This week's community question is an easy one: what game is keeping you busy right now?
It can be difficult these days to recall just what a massive, earthshaking figure Pac-Man was back in his prime.
Stardock returns to the 4X genre with a rebuilt GalCiv that's just hungering for your new rig.
Turns out more is more in Gotham, or so Rocksteady hopes.
If you're wondering what you should be looking out for on 3DS, check out this list of must-play games.
EA Canada has finally listened to fans and introduced female players in FIFA ahead of the Women's World Cup, but they need to stop being so hung up on what is and isn't "sim."
Twitch puts new content guidelines in place, but the question of what's allowed is still fuzzy.
Kat continues her adventure through Star Trek: Judgment Rites. Who or what is evaluating the Enterprise crew? Watch and discover more clues at 5pm PT/8pm ET.
Fury Road brought substance to the clichés of action movies. Can Savage Road do likewise for sandbox games?
This year looks like it's going to be a renaissance for music games. Here's why.
Hmm... body massage... go.
Nintendo focuses on online play with its reinvention of the arena shooter.
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.
After years of denial, Heroes of the Storm has proven to be the icebreaker.
Street Fighter IV takes one last shot at your wallet before Street Fighter V touches down.
Kat embarks on a voyage to revisit one of her favorite adventure games of yesteryear. Join her at 2pm PT/5pm ET.
Your favorite classic gaming podcast crew explores what makes Japanese video games so unique.
Listen to Kat, Mike, and special guest Jason Wilson find many different ways to mispronounce "Geralt" as they analyze The Witcher 3.
Geralt explores the open-world in his final gaming adventure.
This week we're taking a trip back in time. How far? That's down to you, because we want you to tell us about the very first time you remember playing a video game.
Plenty has been said about the greatest games from the Golden Age of Arcades. But which ones ate the most quarters? You might be surprised when you find out.
EA and Ghost Games are trying something completely old for the next Need for Speed.
The final state of the The Witcher III has landed CD Projekt Red is some hot water. The USgamer team discusses if this is an issue or business as usual.
Sure, it’s a gamble, but for these games — it’s one worth taking.
General tips for on the move Fez Fans!
USgamer's resident From Software fanatic checks in with the most punishing parts of this developer's infamous RPGs.
They may be simple and corny, but in many ways the 3DS's built-in games show Nintendo at its most forward-thinking.
As 2015 nears its midpoint, Mike, Kat, and Jaz sit down to talk about Cities: Skylines, Bloodborne, Axiom Verge, and the rest of the year's top games.