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 Senior Editor.@yumecaty email@example.com
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Vicarious Visions delivers an exhilarating, near-unbruised remake of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 and 2.
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Ninjala may be thin on content, but it finds a strong foundation in its unique melee battling.
Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition sands off its rougher edges for a more streamlined experience for the JRPG classic.
Project Diva returns to a portable platform, but how does it stack up to the rest of the series?
Predator's latest video game outing is rough around the edges.
Disaster Report returns to the West, only now it's without what made the oddball series special in the first place.
Nemesis is back and gnarlier than ever. And now, he's easier to deal with.
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This year's Call of Duty is a reinvention, and it both goes too far and not far enough.
Game Freak's bite-sized RPG carries a lot of charm, but also a lot of frustration and boredom.
The lack of new loot and a so-so campaign weighs down an otherwise solid expansion for Destiny 2.
Overland is finally out, and it's more brutal than we imagined.
There's substance in this stylish new game in the River City Ransom universe.
The Persona team's puzzle-romance horror returns for a PlayStation 4 makeover.
Ancestors has flashes of brilliance amidst lots and lots of tedium.
The spiritual successor to Her Story is a shady investigation into the lives of four liars.
Zachtronics, the developers of puzzle games such as Opus Magnum and Infinifactory, have a new... visual novel?
First we lay waste to Nazis with our A.I. sister, but now we've done so with actual other players too. Thus we've updated our review with a score!
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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.
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