Caty McCarthy is a former freelance writer whose work has appeared in Kill Screen, VICE, The AV Club, Kotaku, Polygon, and IGN. When she's not blathering into a podcast mic, reading a book, or playing a billion video games at once, she's probably watching Terrace House or something. She is currently USgamer's official altgame enthusiast.@yumecaty email@example.com
With the Battle Pass in full force, we figured it's time to finally review the biggest smash of the year.
Kingdom Hearts 3 ushers a beloved series into a new generation, while wholeheartedly embracing its roots.
Wake up, get up, get out on the dancefloor.
In this enchanting animated adventure game, every forgotten sock, appliance, and thing we've ever once known gets a life of its own.
With every step you take, every move you make, a Sting-voiced Wolf will be watching you.
In the new platformer from the creator of Towerfall, it's just you, a mountain, and a heap of anxiety.
Life Is Strange's prequel has wrapped up, and its domestic focus (mostly) pays off.
Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony is more of the murderous friendship building simulator you know and love.
In the world of Absolver, no one wants to be your friend.
In the debut of Chloe's solo adventure, she finds herself with an unexpected companion.
Sonic's first true 2D, pixelated outing since 2004's Sonic Advance 3 was well worth the wait.
Fullbright's long-awaited follow-up to Gone Home ups the intricate details, lowers the personal stakes.
Welcome to the cyberpoppunk world of Tokyo 42, where death is an outdated concept. UPDATE: Now, with multiplayer thoughts!
Tequila Works' third-person adventure game may be pretty, but its emotional core falls flat.
Ron Gilbert and Gary Winnick’s new point-n’-click adventure game is about, well, point-n'-click adventure games.
Guerrilla Games' new open world action RPG has robots, archery, sci-fi, and more. But is it good?