Games that rely purely on narrative are more popular than ever—but are they moving in the right direction?
The newest Forza Horizon 2 DLC shows one way to make movie tie-in games better.
Upcoming tactical CCG Duelyst sounds very interesting indeed. But does it work?
This week, Bob plumbs the depths of the Snowhead and Great Bay Temples. Join in on the discussion!
Jeremy puts Rare's classic jungle platformer through its paces today at 5 p.m. ET/2 p.m. PT.
Lionsgate Entertainment is investing in Telltale Games to create what it's calling a "Super Show".
Age has dulled the shine of this wild shooter's graphical prowess, but not the underlying excellence of its gameplay.
With another ToeJam & Earl on the way, we examine the Sega franchise time forgot.
Kat cranks Relic's classic space strategy series up to max settings for USG's latest stream.
Two old-school developers set out to make a brand new MMORPG and show how old ideas mix well with the new.
Tecmo Koei focused more on the new costumes than the graphical improvements when it comes to the latest DOA.
As we near the anniversary of the PlayStation 2's release in Japan, Kat reflects on the console that truly was a graphical watershed.
Complete walkthrough of The Order: 1886, including all collectibles and Inspectable Items.
This week, it's time to think back and tell us which console packs your biggest memories.
Kat and Bob continue their quest to complete Hideki Kamiya's action masterpiece. Join them, won't you?
This monstrous episode comes a full week late, but it'll still bring a warm sense of cheer to your ears.
Its title may be a mouthful, but Spike Chunsoft's spin-off certainly takes this visual novel series to interesting places.
Kat takes another look at the sequel to the underrated strategy series, which is due out soon on the Nintendo 3DS.
Everything you need to know about Nintendo's Amiibo figures. What's out there, what's coming, and what games are compatible.
Mohawk Games' new Early Access title is here and Mike is streaming it at 5:15 ET/2:15 PT.
Want to dive into Capcom's action-RPG, but can't make the commitment to countless hours of micromanagement? Koei-Tecmo may have the answer.
Its engrossing setting can't hide the fact that this gorgeous PS4 exclusive consists primarily of bits borrowed from other, more daring games.
Imagos Software is trying to develop a game that's just a little bit different.
Succinct, beautiful, and relentlessly inventive, this stylus-driven gem proves no one knows pure fun better than Nintendo.