A look back on what we tried to accomplish at USgamer, and the work still to be done.
This isn't the real ending, is it? Can't be.
It's time for us to move on, but we'll carry USG with us wherever we go.
From thirsty gods to avaricious raccoons, these were our favorite games in 2020.
This Greek myth feels like the culmination of everything Supergiant Games has created thus far.
Even if you get beyond the bugs, it's just not worth it.
From humble beginnings came a tale of peanuts, necromancy, hellfire, and community.
It takes the few good impulses of Disney's TV expansion and combines them with the best kind of Star Wars worldbuilding there is.
Check yourself before you last-gen yourself.
An earnest wish after a difficult year.
Nearly five years on, Eric "ConcernedApe" Barone just pushed what he says is Stardew's "biggest update yet."
We look back on the RPGs that defined the turbulent year that was 2020.
Get the motion tracker and don't go in the vents.
The legendary creator says the spirit will stay alive.
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There's a lot—good, bad, and everything in between—to look back on this year. I don't know about you, but I'm mostly feeling tired.
If you were hoping for the highest of high-end performance… dream on, Faden.
Sony is offering full refunds for those who want one.
Heartbreak for the Geno hopefuls, yet again.
Yet another way to play Among Us today and one more planned for next year.
2020's most confusing Nintendo decision is a "celebration," but hey, at least we know the island fun won't be stopping soon.
The new additions look out of place to many, but 343 says a toggle option is being explored.
He could return to the director's seat, given the right conditions.
Return to the origins of GDI vs. Nod.
Turns out Nintendo had another card up its sleeve. A card with, uh… with dice on it.
After the announcement, the PC storefront quickly retracted due to "many messages from gamers."
Striking Distance is bringing sci-fi horror to the PUBG universe.
Ben Carter's chip design makes real-time lighting and reflections possible on a 30-year-old console.
Originally a PlayStation Vita exclusive, now arriving on North American Switches.
The classic roguelike platformer *and* the new hotness are finally coming to Nintendo.
Warner's pushing back its toasty release for a dual debut in theaters and on HBO Max.
"We hope they'll give us a chance to improve the game on the original consoles," says Marcin Iwi?ski.
Good lord, it's been five years already?
Thank you, USgamer, for giving my stupid words a home.
Living life one development milestone at a time.
The studio says it will be working on several updates to tune up the last-gen version.
Images of the in-development Resident Evil seem to be circulating.
Two publishing giants want the makers of the Dirt and Formula One games.
Break out your holiday wishlist and hope for some surprise releases.
We dig deep into Cyberpunk 2077, the Mass Effect reveal, and more.
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A strong debut for Sony hasn't stopped Switches from flying off shelves.
Showing two galaxies at the start was "intentional," according to the project's director.
Hades, Final Fantasy 7 Remake, and Among Us did get some well-earned love too.
Joanna's back in a new story conceived by The Initiative.
The studio says it's waiting a little bit longer.
Michael Booth joins Anna Sweet, CEO of Bad Robot Games, on a journey from Valve to VR to JJ.
In pursuit of a disc-flinging esports renaissance, Dotemu's leaving this sequel in the oven a bit longer.
Older hardware is struggling with Night City.
Our money's on it being Geoff Keighley himself. Imagine getting hit with a "World Premiere" Final Smash.
Pretend to be in a plane while listening to a podcast on recreating the experience you're pretending to have…
More awards means another year of new demos.
But is it faithful to its respective time period? We ask the experts.
In a year full of other adaptation news, you might've forgotten we're due for a Wake-up call on TV.
Be a Kiwi for a day if you want to get into Night City now.
Browser-based Xbox cloud gaming is just around the corner.
Can't choose between 60 FPS and ray tracing? There's a new mode for you.
Yes, Infinite will be coming out about a year later than originally intended, but test flights are making a comeback.
Godfall is an okay launch game, but you won't want to stick around long term.
Hades' writing has raised the bar up to Olympus and beyond.
Red Thread's dystopian road trip may end up being the first title published by David Cage's newly independent studio.
A Game Informer editor says she experienced a grand mal seizure as a result of a particular scene.
Raashi Sikka joins Ubisoft from Uber, a company with its own public struggles regarding worker treatment.
The Prince will still make a comeback early next year, just not quite as soon as expected.
Make those blocks look extra nice.
The Cyberpunk 2077 developer is still doing well, but there are ominous signs.
This file size really goes above and beyond.
A new PS5 sizzle reel nails down timing for Athia and a few other Sony-favored titles.
Communities are at odds with Nintendo's stalwart defense of its brands.
We'll have our review up in due time, but here's how other outlets are feeling about CD Projekt Red's latest.
Start the new year right: by fighting some Evil Exes.
The Classic Tetris World Championship ended with yet another thrilling showdown in 2020.
Red Candle also confirms its working on its next project.
We delve deep into the history of the studio behind Witcher 3 and Cyberpunk 2077.
COMMUNITY QUESTION | Which busted, broken future is your favorite to explore?
Certain performance quirks and absent features won't be around for long, at least not according to Microsoft.
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Ryan, PlayStation's CEO, wants to push back on the idea that Sony shifted its attention away from Japanese games and gamers.
Get ready for Tactical Espionage Isaac.
You'll still be leaving Verdansk for a new Cold War locale soon, just not *that* soon.
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