Nadia has been writing about games for so long, only the wind and the rain (or the digital facsimiles thereof) remember her true name. She's written for Nerve, About.com, Gamepro, IGN, 1UP, PlayStation Official Magazine, and other sites and magazines that sling words about video games. She co-hosts the Axe of the Blood God podcast, where she mostly screams about Dragon Quest.@nadiaoxford email@example.com
Eiji Aonuma is slick, like a thief in the night.
You get to be a Pokemon Master! And you get to be a Pokemon Master!
I may only watch and observe this strange planet. I mayn't interfere with its workings.
If you can't mix Super Mario Bros. with Billy Idol, then what's the point of life?
Make stupid threats, reap appropriate consequences.
Even in wartime, the Circle of Life churns ever on.
Give it a hug, but don't let it get too close to your face.
Here's our guide on all the Dragon Quest Builders 2 room recipes you can construct.
Come for the bad pizza, stay for the...actually, maybe you should leave. Now.
Does the revised Switch bend or break when it's put to the ultimate challenge?
A little bit of sprite art could convey a lot of emotion on the GBA.
Giovanni knows what you did last summer.
Things are about to get pretty rough for the industry's number-one trade show.
Enjoy the latest game in the franchise that birthed Waluigi.
Every single one, a work of art.
Three years since its debut, Pokemon Go endures like a Metapod that's used "Harden" 100 times.
Oh, you like the Game Boy? You probably also like drinking out of the toilet. Enjoy your 12 IQ, dumbass.
People aren't shy about airing their opinions on games in development, but are developers listening?
Why sing when you can click?
Trials and tribulations ahead for Nintendo.
No, it's not Mega Man X9 (yet), but at least you get to play as Cinnamon.
To be fair, losing your girlfriend to a giant ape will make you tear your hair out.
For modder Chris Downing, making his own handheld consoles is even more fun than playing them.
Get your Wargroove on next week, PlayStation 4 owners.
"Some of you will form alliances, though we don't recommend it."
Joy-Cons are like cars in racing anime: They're snazzy and they're good at drifting.
In this exciting issue: I recall dismissing Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire as "lazy" back in 2002.
A Tale of Two Dragon Quests.
Beware of making promises you cannot keep, movie peddlers.
The real magic was inside you this whole time. And inside your PlayStation 4.
With these hands we will destroy, and with these hands we will rebuild.
Do not forget the ways of the old gods.
Mega Man X be like, "This 'RPG hero' thing can't be too hard, right? ...Oh no."
For a gang of idiots, they were pretty smart.
There's a time to fight, a time to philosophize, and certainly a time to do both.
Get your butt back to the farm before Karen claws your eyes out.
DeVito couldn't be Pikachu, so he's The Rock instead.
It's not bruised and bloody. It's just a bit stained.
It's Sony's planet, but Mario's just going to borrow it for a while.
Only '90s kids remember mass shootings at an amusement park being used as a throwaway story device. Also: Chatter about Slay the Spire, Bloodstained, and a big apology for screwing up the TurboGrafx-16 Console Quest.
Tegra's new chip might help peel back the layers of mystery surrounding the supposed new Switch models.
Exactly the same, but different too.
Rare's iconic animal duo weren't originally native fauna on Outset Island, but a mod is changing that.
You want to be the very best? Better get in line.
Make sure to wash your hands thoroughly after playing a Rare game.
Pokemon fans are riled up about Pokemon Sword and Shield. Here's a breakdown of the reasons why.
It looks like Ganondorf is making his Breath of the Wild debut, and that can only spell trouble. We've analyzed the Breath of the Wild 2 trailer.
COMMUNITY QUESTION | With Evangelion's resurrection comes anime discourse.
Sometimes you want to go where everybody eats your skin.
Do not attempt to use your lunchbox in the place of a stylus, though.
The latest art trend shows a fascinatingly softer side to the Gerudo king.
Pizza Power! Cowabunga! And other exclamations made popular by '80s pop culture.
Sometimes it just comes down to letting people play as themselves.
Animal Crossings' angriest mole won't be tunneling through your front yard anymore.
Tired: Ray-tracing, 8K graphics, and bombshell announcements. Wired: Pitbulls, pee scandals, and grannies who kill.
From the NES Classic to the Sega Genesis Classic, we break down the best retro video game consoles you should buy—and which ones you should avoid.
Everything we notice in last night's big Final Fantasy 7 Remake reveal.
Is Zelda ready to take up Link's mantle as Hyrule's hero? The signs are there.
Welcome back, prodigal Squall.
This new trailer for Persona 5 Royal wants to steal your heart.
Castaway, you should know the truth: Link's new character model is so very cute.
The Switch proves systems don't sell on specs. They sell on games.
Mario and Master Chief living together, mass hysteria!
The show must go on and on.
Playtonic's chameleon and bat are back in action.
Now we know that life won't change.
Nathan Drake is one step closer to becoming a movie star.
COMMUNITY POLL | Are you excited for Stadia now that we know a bit more about the platform?
If you're going to E3, you can romp with Pokemon, visit a spooky mansion, and dream with a big fish.
Pokemon Sword and Shield's Galar region has all kinds of new friends who want to meet (and eat) you.
Outer Wilds' uniquely rustic means of space exploration is half-scientific, half-magical, and still capable of killing you cold.
Justin Roiland talks to us about his process for Trover Saves the Universe, and blowing his voice out while playing Lemongrab on Adventure Time.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe drives down a lonely road, and it makes no sense.
The undead are so done as a plot device. But the undead plus magic backpack-babies? Now we're getting somewhere.
I almost miss the teeth. Almost.
The Angry Sun's relentless urge to burn has been replaced by a robotic drive to obliterate all living things.
Welcome to the new Sand Kingdom! Watch out for sharp edges.
Think of it as another Master Quest.
Nintendo hasn't skimped on communication options. Remember to behave yourself.
Super Mario Maker 2's cool stylus for attractive level designers isn't on the menu for North Americans.
Super Mario Maker 2 makes it easier for you to take chances, make mistakes, and get messy.
A Pokemon Direct heralds the unofficial start of E3's 2019 season.
It's there. It's staring at you. Judging you.
Japan understands you can never outgrow stickers and notebooks.
Dragon Quest is going to have a Smashing time this E3. Probably.
LumpyTouch's mock-playthrough of an unreleased Garfield horror game is a terrifying, pus-filled labor of love.
The Final Fantasy 7 Remake hasn't offered much in the way of gameplay or storytelling yet, but it's sure dished up some drama.
We break down the positives and negatives of Konami's latest effort to cater to the vampire hunter dwelling within you.
What NES sprites have to teach us about the darkness in men's hearts, and more philosophy delivered in 8-bits.
Super Mario Bros. 2? Yoshi's Island? Hotel Mario (you know you want it, you monsters)?
Geodude might get massacred by Grass-types in Pokemon battles, but he's a real swell mascot.
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