A slew of great games are on the way, but Kat is still wondering what's next for the medium she loves.
Mike's choices for the best of E3 involve exploration, ink, assassins, and a bit of magic.
USgamer's inaugural Mailbag feature kicks off next week, and we want your contributions!
Our favorite action writer duo sits down to discuss this year's show.
Want to find a game that dares to be different? Look for the ones that place a woman in the lead role.
Team USG spends some time at Sony's E3 booth and discovers a shocking truth: it's full of games!
Team USG infiltrates Microsoft's E3 booth, then swiftly exfiltrates again for a chat about what they saw.
Team USG gets together for a round-table discussion of what they all saw at Nintendo's E3 booth. Reggie Fils-A-Mech was, sadly, nowhere to be seen.
The final day of E3 2014 rolls around, and we want to hear your thoughts.
Platinum's pack-in is a welcome anomaly in the Age of the Remaster.
Hideo Kojima's latest creation expands upon the greatest ideas from past installments, all while making them more accessible than ever.
While it's not simply a sequel by a different name, the game formerly known as Project Beast definitely holds true to its creators obsession with unflinching challenge.
Mobile games don't have to be sloppy, exploitative, joyless messes, and Square Enix Montreal has become a shining example.
Though superficially different, Evolve manages to improve upon Capcom's tried and true formula.
Having played the latest versions for the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS, we're reminded of what makes Nintendo's brawler so interesting.
This morning saw Eiji Aonuma boast about the scope of his latest creation. If he has the courage of his convictions, this new Zelda could be just what the series needs.
Looking for our thoughts on the big press events from the opening of E3? Look no further.
In going "full Skylanders," Nintendo needs to be keenly aware of the line between enhancement and requirement.
The upcoming Grim Fandango remake could mean big things for fans of classic adventure games... as long as Disney keeps their expectations in check.
Long after many RPG fans gave it up for dead, it seems that Final Fantasy Type-0 is finally coming West -- in considerably enhanced form.
Bungie's massive online shooter covers familiar ground with panache.
Despite cheerful lipservice, Sony is one step away from sticking Vita in a boat and setting fire to it at this point. But it doesn't have to be like that.
After a day of press conferences, E3 proper begins. Let's chat!
Sega shows off more of Creative Assembly's tense space survival game, and the Alien isn't the only monster.
Ubisoft's adventures in historical murder bring us to places few games go -- but does the series' annualization speak to next-gen's lack of ambition?
Electronic Arts wants to make sure you know about all the great games it’s making that aren’t ready for prime time.
DICE showed barely any of its upcoming Star Wars title, but it was enough to get a feel for what to expect.
Microsoft’s press event was all about playing online with your friends and enemies.
On the heels of a rough launch for the Xbox One, Microsoft opts to play it safe.
Hideki Kamiya's newest project looks stunning, but probably wouldn't have come into being without its status as an exclusive.