How do you come to terms with a game that clashes with your belief system?
Too intimidated to take on Capcom's co-op action-RPG? We'll help you ease yourself into its world of terrifying beasts and irritating kitties.
Our Monster Hunter correspondent Bob Mackey explains what Monster Hunter World has to offer to both the hardcore faithful and more casual fans.
Square-Enix's Y2K classic is headed to the PC and mobile devices. Here's why you should care.
I have to go now. My planet needs me.
Bob looks into the bounty of DLC cases available for Phoenix Wright's latest outing.
The legendary one man band of Japanese game development looks back on the last two decades.
Resident Evil 4 superfan Bob Mackey dives into Shinji Mikami's polarizing survival horror game for the first time.
Tune in and check out a tour of titles from Sony's new virtual reality platform.
This week on USgamer's classic gaming podcast, we look into two of the more memorable comic book games on the NES.
HANDS-ON: Amazon Game Studios' (and Double Helix Games') upcoming multiplayer game is looking to be the Next Big Thing.
Nintendo's mini console certainly does what it's supposed to, but not much else.
This week on USgamer's classic gaming podcast, we dig into the surprisingly deep history of Nintendo's gloriously cartoony take on pugilism.
That's what happens when you make people wait eight years for a sequel.
With its impressive amount of ways to disrupt a highly interactive world, Watch Dogs 2 looks to be picking up exactly where Grand Theft Auto left off.
Yasuhiro Wada's upcoming sim fully embraces the "god game" genre.
A slice of the core game shows how RE's brand of survival horror is making a jump to first-person.
Bob, Mike, and special guest Chris Doucette assemble to discuss Bob's recent hands-on session with The Last Guardian, the unique charms of the original Dead Rising, and the finer points of Phoenix Wright's latest adventure.
Fumito Ueda's first game in 11 years is nearly here. But is his massively delayed creation worth the wait?
Capcom's take on Dawn of the Dead showed what the future would hold for last generation's consoles, even if few others would borrow its hardcore approach.
Everything you need to know about Square's upcoming (and oft-delayed) JRPG blockbuster.
This week on USgamer's classic gaming podcast, we dissect two of the earliest (and worst) superhero games the NES has to offer: Superman and The Uncanny X-Men.
Fans of first-person adventure games should definitely look forward to developer PaperSeven's early 2017 debut.
While this might be the closest you'll come to playing Capcom's hit RPG on the PC, you may be better off just buying a 3DS.
This week on USgamer's classic gaming podcast, we salute the SNES.
Head over to the 3DS eShop for a brief, playable (and free) preview of Phoenix Wright's upcoming adventure.
Now that Capcom's hit RPG series has finally found an audience in America, here are some ways it could improve.
Relax to some smooth JRPG jams with OC Remix's 60th free community arrangement album.
Seriously, is a Metal Gear Solid V spin-off really that offensive?
Ubisoft San Francisco picks up where Obsidian Entertainment left off by delivering yet another interactive South Park episode.
These trite, tacky tokens of geekdom need to be stopped.
Marvelous' brilliant mix of Pikmin, SimCity, and Zelda shouldn't be missed.
On this episode of USgamer's classic gaming podcast, listen to the Retronauts put their retro game audio knowledge to the test.
COVER STORY: Three veterans of video game translation recount their most harrowing projects.
On this week's episode of USgamer's classic gaming podcast, learn about the urban planning series that made us all mayor for a day.
AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD: On this week's Kat-less episode, we dive into the many RPG releases of the next few months while lamenting our lack of free time.
Bob, Nadia and Mike assemble to discuss the interesting indie mix of Firefly and Dwarf Fortress, Blizzard's matriarchal sniper, and Square's attempt to capture Chrono Trigger nostalgia.
The newest Overwatch addition gives healers a chance to take more of an active role.
With every mission comes a wealth of possibilities.
This week, USgamer's classic gaming podcast presents a collection of songs to get you in the spending mood.
With the core Monster Hunter experience remaining the same, it's the small stuff that matters.
Tune in and check out the closed alpha of EA DICE's upcoming competitive FPS.
Every year, the world's best speedrunners gather to play games in ways you've never seen before. It's not just a great time—it's also for a great cause.
Bob, Nadia and Mike assemble to discuss the skin scandal rocking the CS:GO world, highlights from this summer's recent Steam sale, and the pure joy that is Games Done Quick.
Tune in to watch the highlights of the Han Dynasty with the help of Koei's long-running simulation series.
This week, USgamer's classic gaming podcast explores the 1995 Super Nintendo RPG that went from critical flop to Internet sensation.
Check out how Umbrella Corps' empty lobbies stack up against other multiplayer games, new and old.
On this week's retro stream, Bob celebrates the 15th anniversary of Sonic Adventure 2 with a solid hour of going fast.
As early 3D games enter the world of retro, we have to ask ourselves: Is every era worth celebrating?
While this EarthBound sequel may never see an official English release, it still stands as one of Nintendo's greatest achievements.
It might not have been the most faithful adaptation, but Link's animated adventures stood slightly above typical kids' TV dreck.
While you were distracted by E3, one of the last great GBA games released on Wii U.
Finally, a Legend of Zelda that cuts to the chase.
Tune in for a solid hour of Trials' latest installment—one wrapped in the goofy vibe of Ubisoft's Far Cry spinoff.
Developer Grezzo brings new IP to Nintendo's RPG beast of a handheld.
Capcom's reboot brings their horror series in an entirely new direction, but can it sustain first-person tension for more than 20 minutes?
Tune in for a solid hour of Bob experiencing Capcom's survival horror reboot for the first time.
Ubisoft's showing at E3 2016 revealed an absolute bevy of upcoming games. Here's a quick recap.
This week, USgamer's classic gaming podcast explores the first shaky steps of the games press into the medium of television.
This new PC release mixes two of the platform's more popular genres for one great experience.
Tune in for a tour of the first games available for the GBA when it debuted in America 15 years ago.
This week, USgamer's classic gaming podcast tackles important issues, like the state of gaming preservation and our respective waifus.
tinyBuild Games' latest brings a harrowing mix of survival horror and plate spinning to the PC.
While it set us up for disappointment, this first Half-Life 2 episode remains one of the few treasures from Valve's most interesting era.
Tune in for an exploration of Valve's first experiment with episodic content.
This short-lived Nintendo series never escaped the 8-bit era, but its two games—now available on Wii U—bring plenty of memorable moments (and lots of pain).
Don't know where start with Square-Enix's long-running RPG series? Let us break you into the whimsical world of Dragon Quest.
Tune in for an hour-long tour of Peter Molyneux's fantastic mashup of god game and RTS.
With the clock ticking down on Overwatch's release, Bob returns to an old multiplayer favorite and finds that it hasn't aged a day.
Things don't always go according to plan—especially when it comes to video games.
Sentient corn and a curmudgeonly, Russian teddy bear make up Finish Line Games' attempt to instill this burgeoning genre with humor.
When it comes to Peter Molyneux's brilliant RTS/god game mashup, close to two decades later, evil is still good.
This week, USgamer's classic gaming podcast enters the VIDEO ZONE for an exploration of the Nickelodeon game show devoted to 8 and 16-bit entertainment.
Square and Nintendo's 1996 experiment might have seemed strange at the time, but it birthed a long line of weird and wonderful RPGs.
To ring in the series' 20th anniversary, USgamer's masters of podcasting explore the Capcom series that coined the term "survival horror."
We all had to start somewhere—and these directors started in some pretty inauspicious places.
Who can wait a month? Check out our roundup of the biggest games announced before June's big event.
A work-in-progress breakdown of the best PlayStation classics currently available on SEN.
If you missed its 2011 digital PSP release—and you probably did—there's never been a better time to experience this gory, gut-wrenching adventure.
Pipeworks Studio's new poker sim attempts to capture the real-life intensity of card-slinging.
Capcom's newest hardcore hunting RPG adds a host of improvements for veterans and beginners alike.
This week’s installment of USgamer’s classic gaming podcast brings you the best of 16-bit JRPG town themes.
By carefully watching a spectator, you can turn Little Mac into One-Punch Man.
Star Ocean celebrates its 20th birthday with a sequel that rethinks the JRPG.
Tune in to watch From Software's latest—and possibly greatest—take on the Souls series to date.
Bob takes on 15 minutes of Madagascar in the long-awaited next installment of Naughty Dog's blockbuster series.
This week, USgamer's classic gaming podcast examines the portable RPG that became an outright phenomenon.
ConcernedApe's debut game brings back the lost magic of Natsume's series for the best farm life sim in ages.
A sensible and non-reactionary take on how we as a species just might be too stupid for VR.
Three storied developers join forces for a new take on a very profitable genre.
Bob checks out the first few hours of From Software's latest to see if it stacks up against what came before.
This fast-paced shooter also acts as its storied developer's swan song.
Beamdog's upcoming expansion revisits the world of Baldur's Gate 15 years after the final curtain fell.
The final installment of Zero Escape drops the "visual novel" element, but retains the series' high-stakes world of dark mysteries.
Hammer Labs' multiplayer-focused dogfighter aspires to bring players back to the days of intense Arwing battles.
Monkey Island creator Ron Gilbert's latest game is shaping up to be a weird, wild adventure—and one not just meant for LucasArts veterans.
On this week's bite-sized episode of USgamer's classic gaming podcast, we take a look at Tecmo's long-running Home Alone simulator.
Two hardware generations later, Odin Sphere's brilliant 2D art has finally found a worthy platform.
This week, USgamer's classic gaming podcast explores Link's 1998 leap into the world of 3D gaming.
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