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Indie devs say Steam's new summer sale contest is hurting their games.
Nintendo's president shares his thoughts on expanding the Switch Online library of classic games.
Wizards, point your brooms towards Indianapolis.
Eorzea is coming to life.
Not even DMCA Royale was safe from lawyers.
Mike Morhaime is now free to talk about his time at Blizzard.
All the backer portraits are gone, except the cat's.
The Super 64 gives your old Nintendo 64 a second chance.
Word on the vine is that everybody likes Mudkips.
The big three really don't want Trump's tariffs to happen.
Black Ops 4 didn't ditch the campaign mode because of battle royale, it made battle royale because it ditched the campaign.
Battle Pass skins are meant to be exclusive.
The Switch version of Bloodstained isn't looking too hot.
Red Dead Online is also planning much-requested changes in the next update.
2019 is shaping up to be the year of Tifa.
The Pokemon Company is prepping a livestream event just for Pokemon Masters.
Check out the Tal Tal Heights and more in a new Link's Awakening demo video.
Capcom hasn't given up on new franchises, but older ones are doing better than ever.
The never-before-localized Yakuza spinoff could make it to the west if remade.
Satoru Iwata's popular feature will be the basis of a new book.
Enjoy some fun in the sun...indoors with Fortnite.
After struggling with Anthem and Apex Legends, EA's top execs lose their bonuses.
The Switch is seeing success all around the world.
StarCraft is getting a new look courtesy of the YouTube animation team.
Ah snap, here we go again.
Gameplay footage genuinely looks live-action.
Both Sony and Nintendo failed to make the list.
Twitch reveals the extent of the damage caused by the Artifact stream attack.
EA and Epic continue to defend "surprise mechanics" following recent government inquiries.
Tetsuya Nomura reveals even more details for Final Fantasy 7 Remake.
Spencer says you shouldn't worry about the hardware side of things.
We have a release date for Niantic's Harry Potter AR game.
Niantic is also on a buying spree.
Astral Chain wasn't always set in a cyberpunk future.
Sony console owners will get the first shot at the new monsters in Iceborne.
The player count hit over one million for the first time in a while.
Here's when you can jump into the first raid for Shadowbringers.
Without the friendly rivalry, E3 suffered a little bit.
CD Projekt Red ultimately wants a robust character creator.
The studio still has yet to ship an original console game.
The popular MMORPG will eventually come to PlayStation and maybe even the Switch.
Put your power armor helmet where it belongs.
Here's what we learned about Animal Crossing: New Horizons from E3.
You'll be hearing a lot from Johnny Silverhand in Cyberpunk 2077.
Valve officially enters the Auto Chess race.
The missing Gears game is still okay.
So whether you're on the PS4 or PS5, you'll have Final Fantasy 7 Remake.
Square Enix may have misplaced a few classic video game source codes.
Riot Games has allegedly refused to cooperate with the state over an investigation into gender discrimination.
Steve Burton will be stepping down from the role after 17 years.
Also, there will be dual-audio options for the whole game.
CD Projekt Red addresses controversial in-game ad in Cyberpunk.
You got a little yee haw in my Zelda.
Phil Spencer's view on the future of consoles differ from Ubisoft's top executive.
We'll see how well George R.R. Martin's mythos meshes with FromSoft's gameplay.
Konami's surprise E3 announcement was for another mini console.
Hidemaro Fujibayashi is taking the reigns again for the Breath of the Wild sequel.
It's actually the opening cinematic to the Halo Infinite campaign.
Phil Spencer and Matt Booty are still keeping things about Xbox's future a secret.
Saber Interactive found a way to get The Witcher 3, and all the expansions in a single cartridge.
Nintendo had a lot of games to announce, so much that they had to do it in a sizzle reel.
The Rare duo are joining the fight.
A blow to many prospective, virtual home buyers.
The Resident Evil collection grows on the Nintendo Switch.
People Can Fly has a dark looking shooter, and that's all we know so far.
The best, most complete look at Final Fantasy 7 Remake yet. Including Tifa.
To what extend this backward compatibility goes is still up in the air.
It's coming in 2020 to PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Switch.
Ubisoft will release its upcoming live-action film on the popular streaming platform.
My name is DeadSec, for we are many.
Yu Suzuki's long-awaited sequel is coming to PC...via the Epic Games Store.
Can you guess which Halo game?
Hardware news, indie games, and some Epic surprises, probably.
The ride doesn't end after you beat Doom Eternal.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake has a trailer and release date before Square Enix's big E3 presentation.
Time to get your demon murder on.
Think supernatural, not survival horror.
Take Elder Scrolls on the go, this time on the Switch.
The next-gen Xbox will be the most powerful Microsoft console yet.
Techland is back with a vengeance for Dying Light 2.
Game Pass for PC is in open beta today.
Obsidian's newest RPG is getting the first-party Xbox treatment.
This year's Madden wants to capture NFL stars as realistically as possible.
Respawn is addressing major complaints for Apex Legends Season 2. Will it be enough?
Respawn's Star Wars game finally has gameplay, and yup, it's Star Wars.
A new mode takes the soccer action to the streets.
Another leak for Bandai Namco right before E3 2019.
A new project by Dark Souls director Hidetaka Miyazaki and author George R.R. Martin.
A new Tales RPG seems to have been revealed a little too early.
E3 is next week and we want answers to the most pressing video game questions of 2019.
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