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Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 is shaping up to be good, thankfully.
Halo Infinite is gone, but it's not like the Xbox Series X had an amazing launch line-up with 343's shooter onboard.
If you're worried about customers dealing with Xbox One X, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S, don't worry. They're already clueless.
Microsoft's big next-gen console has a window, but won't have Halo at launch.
Any pop-culture crossover or console exclusive will stay tied to where you got it.
He'll be paid DLC for the remaster.
He's got a show on the way and is popping up in yet another game—but not as its star.
343 says "it is not sustainable" for the team or good for the game itself to release in 2020.
Less Royal Fumble = more royale fun.
Red Dead players got the Naturalist role. GTA players get tons of stuff, plus Qub3d.
A surreal sports sim rose from the ashes of sports. Now we can't get enough.
Yoshi's Island is a top-tier Super Mario game, but bad timing and bad advertising caused a lot of people to miss out the first time around.
The latest viral hit is actually pretty fun—if you can weather its prolific server issues.
Horizon Zero Dawn is on PC, good. The port isn't as tight as it could be, bad.
We wrap our series of interviews with gaming's greatest with pioneering developer Brenda Romero.
The strengths and weaknesses of Marvel's Avengers come to blows as entropy closes in.
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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone is getting its new season this week, but all eyes are on what's next for the series.
On its 10th anniversary, the future of Blizzard's flagship RTS is uncertain. It shouldn't be.
Bandai Namco's arcade port is an odd but wonderful anachronism.
It's the monster's time to shine.
Is one life ever enough?
Inside every great robot hero, there's a tiny robot woman with a big whip.
First Strike Games's new arena shooter is briefly delightful, but it's unlikely to have much staying power.
Mario's latest action-adventure game won't give you paper cuts.
Axe of the Blood God: The Nintendo DS's Remarkable RPG Legacy
The World Ends With You, Dragon Quest 9, and other RPGs helped carry Japanese gaming through a difficult period.Listen now
The USG team has come together to talk smack about the trends we can't stand as we look ahead to the PS5 and Xbox Series X.
Sucker Punch aims to help out the low and high end of Ghost of Tsushima players.
Sucker Punch will probably revisit its ode to samurai culture, but should it?
The people of Japan love the Ghost.
Sucker Punch's open-world samurai game exemplifies a generation that's more about "what works" than genuine ambition.
The story of Jin Sakai is a predictable one.
"FIFA 21 is the most responsive game we've ever made," EA says.
Reflections on StarCraft 2's early success, the impact of free-to-play, and what Blizzard might have done differently.
We chat with the developer behind Fight Crab, a crustacean-led, physics-heavy fighting game.
Obsidian Entertainment's survival game has a chance to survive in a crowded genre.
Here's to you, erotic and non-erotic artists.
The USgamer team gathers round to discuss the strengths and weaknesses of Xbox Series X and PS5.
A newly-found map shows us how Link's Awakening links up to A Link to the Past in surprising ways.
This is a massive look into older Nintendo development.
Today's State of Play was packed with new trailers.
Time to learn about lifepaths, weapons, and more.
This is merely a projection for the company, though.
A release date and more will be revealed at this month's "Panel From Hell."
Employees shared stories of reportedly avoiding meals to make rent.