We take you through a few of the deals in the last Steam sale of the year.
Our very last Community Question of 2014 is also our biggest. Simply put: which game do you think ranks as the very best of the year?
Team USG still hasn't liberated the people of Toran from the Empire, but we have opinions nevertheless. Join the conversation!
After years of promises, we finally deliver: An in-depth look at Nihon Telenet and the cult favorite Valis series.
After putting thousands of hours into World of Warcraft, Jaz muses on walking away from a game that's become a cornerstone of his gaming life.
This might be a tough one for owners of multiple consoles, but this week we're asking you to think about which console you'd like to own if you could only have just one.
Dark Souls 2's director shares his strategies for avoiding sequelitis.
When a game's credits roll, often times the real story is only beginning.
A bird’s-eye view and large-scale battles ensure that gamers are still in love with isometric games.
...beginning with an in-depth conversation with Star Citizen's Chris Roberts.
Capcom's action-RPG hasn't grown any less complex, but some thoughtful changes make this latest sequel more accessible than ever.
Telltale's new episodic tale set in the Minecraft universe is a chance for Minecraft and Telltale to grow.
The Nemesis system is partly smoke and mirrors, but it's nevertheless effective. Here's why.
NIS' efforts brought the entire Danganronpa series to the USA in just one year—spoiling anyone who's a fan of mystery, mayhem, and text-heavy adventure games.
Jaz takes a high-speed driving tour of Forza Horizon 2's latest expansion.
Nintendo's Amiibo launch has been good for the company, but bad for the average consumer.
We take a communal dip into Konami's RPG classic, and find the waters surprisingly choppy at the start.
Forza Horizon 2's new expansion takes off-road racing - and inclement weather - to new heights.
There's a thin line between mediocre and misunderstood, and sometimes the difference simply comes down to personal tastes.
DrinkBox Studios' first-person take on Punch-Out's timing-based battles is just as strangely awesome as it sounds.
Arc System Works' classic series makes its 3D animated return on PlayStation platforms.