AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD | Kat's still wandering the desert, so Nadia, Anthony, and special guest John Learned team up to talk about the 15th anniversary of Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow.
AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD | With Kat on vacation, Nadia and guest host Anthony Agnello talk about "lost" RPGs, the dismal state of game preservation in general, and the joy of Dragon's Crown Pro.
StarCraft lead Bob Fitch looks back on the days of "orcs in space," Reaver Drops, and competition with Total Annihilation.
Why do the competitive communities of Pokémon and Smash Bros. engender so much loyalty... and so much controversy?
PODCAST | Kat and Nadia talk about the rumored Fable game that's maaaybe coming to Xbox One. Also, the verdict is in on our new RPG report. Go go Cosmic Star Heroine(s)!
PODCAST | Valkyria Chronicles 4, Dragon Quest XI, Pillars of Eternity, and much more!
Looking back on one of the Nintendo DS' most stylish and inventive RPGs.
UFC is bucking the trend toward sports game story modes, at least for now.
Would you want to play Dark Souls on a long flight? Maybe not.
PODCAST | Kat and Nadia were busy over the holidays.
Some more exclusives would be a good place to start.
Kat is taking on the Veteran Necromancer in her ongoing Darkest Dungeon run. Join her!
Publishers will be looking to get a piece of the Switch's success the easiest way they can.
GAME OF THE YEAR | The game that has already defined a console.
PODCAST | Persona 5! Divinity: Original Sin 2! And so much more!
And in their own ways, also got back to their roots.
STARTING SCREEN | 2017 saw the release of the "most powerful console ever," but tech hardly seems to matter anymore.
Want to get into Final Fantasy? We list entry points for beginning, intermediate, and experienced fans of the series.
On this week's Axe of the Blood God podcast, Kat survives another extended play session with Xenoblade Chronicles 2, and Nadia polishes off Final Fantasy IX's big bad.
There's a reason that some PC games like Path of Exile are exclusive to the Xbox One right now.
Prepare to be confused.
STARTING SCREEN | Pokemon has all the good parts of an MMO while avoiding the bits that we hate.
"After you've played the game for four or five hours, all of that starts to make sense."
And we have a release window, too.
PODCAST | Recapping Zelda's big night at The Game Awards, Kat's initial experiences with Xenoblade Chronicles 2, and more.
Single-player isn't dead after all!
It was a packed night of reveals at The Game Awards. Here are all the announcements!
STREAM | Join Kat as she delves into her backlog.
There's just not that much to aspire to in this version.