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This artist's act of protesting the violence in the Modern Warfare series is playing them without hurting a soul.
A legacy series returns, and there’s little else like it in gaming today.
Ben Judd is stepping back from the publisher he helped found, as well as his "other industry endeavors."
Tis the season for a great giveaway.
Team up for duos and squads action on one couch and one console.
Martin should probably stay away from small rooms with descending ceilings.
72 Mini Coopers drop somewhere in the UK.
Over a dozen games will have demos available for a limited time.
Re-construction is complete.
Thomas Happ answers our most pressing questions about today's announcement.
It all hinges on the elbows (sorry).
Devs recall how a tech test and late nights led to the king of 3D fighters.
An excellent arena battler that transcends Shovel Knight's boundaries in unexpected ways.
King of Cards is the most ambitious Shovel Knight game to date, but it's not quite the best.
Plus, some Breath of Fire 2 memories!
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Some of us have been playing Death Stranding slowly, and it's far better for it.
A look at the games I want to play before 2019 is officially finished.
Life Is Strange's sequel has wrapped up, so our journey with Sean and Daniel has come to an end.
After all the controversy, it turns out that Pokemon Sword and Shield is actually pretty darn good.
Google's vision of our gaming future is still in the future.
Respawn bursts on the scene with one of the best Star Wars games in ages, but there's a dark side.
Can a $180 controller change your life?
Need For Speed Heat isn't good enough to compete.
Axe of the Blood God Explores the PlayStation's RPG Legacy, And Why It's More Complicated Than You Think
Plus, some Breath of Fire 2 memories!Listen now
Who knows where the whims of fate may lead us?
Max 'Lax impacts with stacked knickknacks he piggybacks.
The changing of the guard continues for Pokemon, but it's not too drastic.
Info from the official strategy guide got out, and they'd like to know who did it.
One older Pokemon, and two newcomers step into the Gigantamax spotlight.
This week's Axe of the Blood God is a titillating mailbag episode. Kat and Nadia discuss Pokemon, more Saturn RPGs, and Bahamut Lagoon's unorthodox methods of dragon-rearing.
Even the world's worst translation can't destroy a good yarn about slaying the Lord.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan would like to be seen as the "Asian Steve Jobs" but comes off more like "a jerk selling light-up mice."
In the penultimate entry, Yacht Club Games talks about the small but important details that can make the difference in a level.
Yacht Club shares their favorite secret areas; the art of positioning health pickups, and more.
SaGa series Director Akitoshi Kawazu and Producer Masanori Ichikawa talk to us about the series' revival in the West, Final Fantasy Legend, and the industry's tendency to call everything an "RPG."
Yacht Club Games explains the art of spacing, enemy placement, and more as it delves still further into the making of Specter of Torment.
The goal of Strive is to make everyone feel like a "newcomer."
Bethesda says "hell yes" to bringing Final Doom to consoles.
The music that defined a generation. Oh and Nirvana, I guess.
Crystalis is also on its way to the NES version of the service.
It's easy to get lost in Martinaise and Revachol without a map for reference. We can show you where to get one.
We show you how to pass time, make it go quickly or even skip ahead in Disco Elysium.
We show you how to get the hanged corpse down from the tree, as well as how to get past Measurehead and into the harbor.
We show you how to leave Martinaise and get to the Island across the sea.
We show you where you can find a bed in Disco Elysium.
We take you through the length of Disco Elysium and how many days the game covers.