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At Gamescom 2019, we catch up with industry legend Brenda Romero to learn about her upcoming Prohibition-era set strategy game.
"[T]he localization team took a look at the translation and the first thing they said was, 'We're going to show them up.'"
Some of the biggest early creators in Dreams impart wisdom for new players.
Sekiro's "Good" ending isn't really good at all.
Battlefield 5's Firestorm mode brings some fresh ideas to the Battle Royale landscape, but is it enough to stand out?
It's been a truly standout year for Capcom's biggest game to date.
Still excelling in confinement.
Some big, and understated changes to the established FPS formula.
In the year Call of Duty ditched its campaign, EA's Battlefield 5 is trying to tell meaningful stories.
Little Houser on the Prairie.
A jump and grappling hook change things more than you may think.
NBA 2K explores basketball outside of America.
Brodie Andersen talks the past and future of Telltale's biggest franchise.
Day one of Gamescom 2018 and we're already talking about a Game of the Show contender.
You can even rebuild things, but Dice isn't copying Fortnite.
As Tarsier Studios' excellent horror game arrives on Switch, we look at why its twisted monsters stick in the mind.
In the USgamer stream for Tuesday, May 15, we're playing through the opening hours of State of Decay 2.
At EGX Rezzed 2018, we got an inside look at the long in-development title from Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery EP developer Capybara Games.
The developers behind Knights and Bikes have some words of wisdom from going through Kickstarter.
Monster Hunter: World has some of the toughest fights around. But which ones are the most frustrating?
In a mysterious world of moral ambiguity, the arrival of Lord Emon gives me answers I wasn't seeking.
What’s the endgame goal for Sea of Thieves, and is there a character creator?
Is locking up trolls the key to a pleasant high seas gaming experience?
With the upcoming releases of two rhythm games and an anime, it's a good year for Persona fans.
It's been a year to remember for single player and Japanese games.
Commander Iden Versio herself drops by to talk about her role and casting in the game, as well as issues around the gaming industry at large.
Finally, that little speaker is put to work.