At least we can count on one series to pay Waluigi his due.
Similar to the introduction of raids, Niantic confirms the features are gradually rolling out for all players. Update: Now from Level 30 to 40.
Microsoft and Nintendo sittin' in a tree, c-r-o-s-s-p-l-a-y-i-n-g.
PUBG's getting a Fortnite Battle Royale-like Battle Pass-y thing this week.
The news comes from its director's Instagram.
In a new interview with Polygon, director Naoki Yoshida elaborates on the level 70 requirement.
And yes, it kicked my ass 'til the very end.
Virtual Console may be the hero the Switch deserves, but it's not the one it needs right now.
Insert dumb Dark Souls joke here.
In a new interview with GameCrate, Pete Hines lays down the law.
Sorry papa Joel.
From cruising the sands of Sable to an unexpected return of Metal Wolf Chaos, here are the trailers that may have passed you by from E3 2018.
Telltale is also reportedly making a Stranger Things game, but it won't be on Netflix.
Tetsuya Nomura on why Final Fantasy characters haven't really been shown off yet for Kingdom Hearts 3.
From announcing the ultimate Smash Bros. game to an awkward crowd during an Andrew W.K. performance, these are the winners and losers of E3 2018.
It'll be available in the evening specifically for North America.
A surprise Resident Evil 2 remake, plus gameplay trailers for The Last of Us: Part 2, Death Stranding, and more.
The co-op FPS also has a new trailer.
Yakuza 0 will be out this August.
Todd Howard dishes more details on Fallout 76 on YouTube Live at E3.
Bethesda did not screw around for E3 2018.
There's a lot riding on Cyberpunk 2077's cybernetic shoulders.
Weight of the world.
From Anthem to Unravel 2, here's all the big reveals and trailers from E3 2018's EA Play Live.
You can snipe your targets, or utilize the environment to kill them.
When having no idea what you're doing is the key to knowing what you're doing.
Creepy Puppet Kirby will hit retail in Japan for $30.
Here's to hoping the post-launch content is just as rich, if not better than season one's.
Sony's E3 showcase probably won't have any big surprises this year, but we can dream, right?