From bikes to trains to video games, Toys R Us was there every step of the way. Watching.
It's a great game, but not the best Burnout game.
Crytek's newest shooter tries something a bit different.
Development is hard and it doesn't get easier with your money.
It's not completely gone, but the huge machine making annual releases is beginning to slow down.
Spread the love around a bit.
Arc System Works offered far more to Dragon Ball than they had to.
The subdued reaction to Mario Kart Tour indicates we've accepted this as our new normal. That's fine.
The folks behind Despicable Me at least have some idea what they're doing.
How do you come to terms with a game that clashes with your belief system?
The meta isn't everything.
Talking about a cozy game on a cozy system and its continued appeal for a worried generation.
Nintendo Switch owners are probably sold, but what about the non-owners Nintendo's trying to attract?
With global warming dooming us all, a peripheral appealing to our D.I.Y. tendencies with little waste is probably a good thing.
Nintendo finally got the memo I've been sending them since Mario Tennis: Power Tour in 2005.
The monkey's coming 'round again for some love. Make sure to give him a hug this time.
Would you want to play Dark Souls on a long flight? Maybe not.
Some more exclusives would be a good place to start.
Sony continued to win behind the scenes while Nintendo grabbed headlines, but what will the company do in 2018?
Nintendo's going into the new year with its Fire Flowers blazing, but there's still a lot it can do to keep up that momentum.
Phantom Thieves weren't the only things that stole my heart this year.
Japan owns a huge chunk of Kat's favorite games of 2017.
A good year for humanist games.
It's been a year to remember for single player and Japanese games.
2017 was a strong year, but something had to win the battle royale.
Waaay too many RPGs this year. Just kidding. Hook 'em all to my veins.
Yes, he did pick that soccer game, and yes, it's not even the one with the best gameplay. He also liked Mario Odyssey, Breath of the Wild, Lost Legacy, and Resident Evil 7, so he's not completely broken.
Finally, a chance for Star Wars video games to help grow the new expanded universe.
There was a time when Japanese myth and culture wasn't freely celebrated in localized games.
Why do you do this to yourself, Bungie?