Animal Crossing leads a horde of intriguing games.
We're in a post-PUBG world now.
If this lovely JRPG doesn't make its mark on Western audiences, not even the Rescue Rangers will be able to save my broken heart.
Someone give Mega Man Volnutt a happy birthday already.
Assassin's Creed just isn't annual anymore, despite Ubisoft releasing entries last year and this year.
Samus is 32 years old, and I dare say none of us really know her.
The Switch's older brother still has a right to a happy, healthy life.
Colin Kaepernick haunts EA's football sim, and so do the rest of the NFL's pressing problems.
If you want to go out of your mind trying to catch a lame Pokemon, I've got great news.
There's a story behind Nintendo's latest batch of numbers.
An Xbox that streams games over the internet could blow open the video games market.
Players are set to give No Man's Sky another chance, but will they stay?
Pokemon Quest has a big problem: It's hella boring.
Examining the Switch's prospects as a JRPG platform ahead of Octopath Traveler's release.
There ain't no gaming like summer gaming.
That's not to say some games couldn't make it easier for players to reach the credits when they want.
There's still a way to go, but Gyrados didn't evolve in a day.
Microsoft and Nintendo sittin' in a tree, c-r-o-s-s-p-l-a-y-i-n-g.
I know the game has important things to say about the horrors of the apocalypse. Trust me, I believe you.
New to Fortnite? The Switch version of the game is a great one to learn with.
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.
BioWare tells good stories, but Anthem might not be an ideal proving ground.
No publisher disrespects its own history more than EA.
Steam doesn't have to moderate its storefront, but indies are no longer lacking for decent alternatives.
Here's to hoping the post-launch content is just as rich, if not better than season one's.
The E3 of our wildest dreams.
Before Rapidash can learn to gallop, Ponyta must learn to trot. Game Freak isn't much different.
Bethesda's newly-revealed spinoff takes the venerable RPG franchise in an interesting new direction.
There's a better way to play, if Nintendo offers it to us.