Alex Bahr's homemade SD Card Drive perfected the iconic Game Boy Camera — but it never evolved beyond the prototype stage.
Nintendo's new Animal Crossing boss explains the origins of upcoming spinoffs Amiibo Festival and Happy Home Designer.
We pick the best of the best for the year ahead, and also announce two overall Best of E3 winners - one voted for by the USgamer team, and the other voted by you, the readers.
As another E3 passes us by, how the rest of the year will pan out in light of what we know?
A conversation with the former Castlevania director on the influence of the past, the future, and the supporters on his new project Bloodstained.
We capture the thoughts of Kat and Jeremy in the immediate aftermath of Square Enix's surprising announcements.
Does the director of the oddball NES classic feel snubbed over his game's absence in Nintendo's upcoming game design tool?
From Software's acclaimed RPG series won't be ending anytime soon, but this third chapter marks an important turning point. Here's why you should be excited.
Classic compilations return in a big way this E3, but not all anthologies are created equal.
Kat gets a glimpse of the future, and in some ways, the past as well.
The newest Ghost Recon wants you to form your own crew of Ghosts.
From strategic to sassy, Nintendo is taking lessons (and a bite) of every hot kids' property they can.
Sit down, have a beer, and watch some soccer.
The big three make their bid for relevancy by moving in their own distinct directions.
Your friends at USgamer go over the highs and lows of E3 2015 so far.
E3 2015's Nintendo event revealed some amazing, behind-the-scenes documents from their first console hit. But these priceless sheets of paper don't belong in any museum.
It was a packed first day on the E3 2015 show floor. Here's what Kat found.
Mike takes a look at Ubisoft's multiplayer shot at medieval warfare.
Sony's E3 2015 conference confirmed the long, long, long-awaited release of The Last Guardian. Bob explains his personal connection with this game over the past decade.
Square Enix quietly had a strong press conference. Kat highlights why JRPG fans should be excited even without a Dragon Quest VII announcement.
Curious as to what's on the horizon for Square-Enix? Check in today at 10:00am PT and watch their conference livestream right here on USgamer.
You know, instead of interviewing Pele.
Plus: It's time to party like it's 1999 and we're playing Street Fighter Alpha 3 again.
Jeremy, Jaz, and Kat dissect the news of the day: Microsoft, Electronic Arts, the Nintendo World Championships, and more, in this E3 special episode
While one series tries to chart a course into the future, Star Wars: The Old Republic tries to make a comeback.
In an unexpected move, Nintendo finally releases the first game in the Mother series, one they originally localized 25 years ago. Here's why you should care—and come prepared.
Wondering how Electronic Arts will handle the year to come? Check in today at 1:00pm PT and watch their conference livestream right here on USgamer.
What's next for Ubisoft? Check in today at 3:00pm PT and watch their conference livestream right here on USgamer.
Jeremy weighs in with his thoughts on Microsoft's massive slate of E3 announcements.
Jeremy sees changes in store for gaming's biggest annual show, but what will those changes bring?
Plus: DOOM goes back to its roots, and ambition trumps all in Fallout 4.
Twenty-five years after the original, Kat finally made it to the Nintendo World Championships. Here's what she found.
What does Bethesda have in store for the future? Check in today at 6:30pm PT and watch their conference livestream right here on USgamer.
The full breakdown of everything your favorite games site will be doing and attempting next week. Articles! Streams! Podcasts! Themes! Other stuff! Keep track of it all here.
Though Bob won't be attending this year's event in person, he'll still be on the lookout for a familiar target: something totally unexpected.
Virtual Reality will dominate the headlines, but this E3 will otherwise be one of refinement. Kat explains why.
Full-time industry analyst and part-time psychic Bob Mackey looks as far as a week into the future to see what this year's event holds for us all. (Warning: jokes.)
War never changes, but E3 does. Pondering the announcements before the show full of announcements.
On the occasion of Earthbound's 20th anniversary, WayForward's Tomm Hulett shares his love for the Nintendo classic with Kat and Bob as the three offer trivia, analyze the battle system, and more. Plus: E3 predictions!
Kat explores one question facing Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft heading into E3 2015.
While it borrows from half a dozen classic games, 505's underwater adventure could be the most revelatory work of E3 2015.
This show holds a lot of promise for RPGs, like a possible Dragon Quest VII release. Will our hopes be realized, or dashed?
From US To You! adopts a new format just in time for E3 madness. Up this week: Metal Gear, PC gaming, and Hearthstone.
It may be a hectic button-masher, but Heroes still takes the Dragon Quest part of its name seriously.
A long-time fanatic for free-roaming adventures laments the uniformity that's come to define the genre.
Turns out more is more in Gotham, or so Rocksteady hopes.
Fury Road brought substance to the clichés of action movies. Can Savage Road do likewise for sandbox games?