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We have details about the next PlayStation, and it's probably going to cost us.
DICE's engine finds a rough reception at other EA studios.
The iron rain is meant for those of us on this side of the pond.
New zones, a new raid, and big changes for the Heart of Azeroth are coming!
People are really angry about Epic Games' foray into digital storefronts.
How does Oculus VR's new standalone stack up to the virtual reality future?
Drinking with demons is actually fun!
The Nameless One stalks another list of the best RPGs ever.
Indies are where the ideas are, so here are some of the best and most unique titles of PAX East 2019.
The USG team hit the showfloor of PAX East 2019 to bring you the latest and greatest in gaming.
It's a good translation of Elder Scrolls, but it's missing something.
Divinity: Fallen Heroes is based around tough narrative decisions, like in the RPGs.
Shoot more, kill fast; Borderlands 3 is here to ruin thousands of lives in the pursuit of guns.
After the success of Crash Bandicoot's N. Sane Trilogy, there's more classic Crash coming.
Our thoughts on Apple's new gaming subscription service.
The developer behind Spec Ops: The Line and Dreadnought is self-publishing its next game.
Ubisoft Massive's game is solo, but it's not really meant to be played solo.
Despite its real-world roots, The Division 2's loot feels good.
It's a good concept, but not a good game.
There's no reason major titles should be bricking consoles.
Electronic Arts and BioWare need to commit to getting Anthem into a better state.
Two years later, we see how Anthem stands up to its E3 reveal trailer.
Anthem isn't alone and it shouldn't be treated like it is.
Wander the wasteland and rediscover a keystone in RPG history.
The industry and community has changed around E3. Can E3 remain relevant in the modern day?
Resident Evil is many things to many people, but what's the sweet spot for the series?
Anthem isn't the first time BioWare has tried to launch an MMO...
Now that Nier: Automata is coming to Final Fantasy 14, the possibilities are endless.
Apex Legends has to do its best to outrun the perception of Electronic Arts.
PvE and PvP gear progression is struggling a bit in Battle for Azeroth.
Resident Evil 2 is just feeding our hunger for more.
Just because a title is a triple-A blockbuster doesn't mean it needs to be 50+ hours.
At PAX South, we ask developers what platforms they're bringing their latest games to.
Katana Zero, Tunic, and more showcase some of the best indies at PAX South 2019!
We talk to and hang out with Fallout 76 superfans to see why they're still exploring the wasteland.
Not only is Ubisoft trying to make the Dark Zone better, it's making more of them.
With God of War's release and reception firmly behind us, USG speaks to the game's director, Cory Barlog.
Onimusha: Warlords sees a re-release today, but where are the new entries?
How many subscriptions can the market take?
The generation continues with Sony's consistent success and the company having a 2019 shrouded in mystery.
Ubisoft is still not done with the ongoing odyssey of Assassin's Creed.
After the Great Collapse, Hope County rises again with new life, new weapons, and a new enemy.
What happens when you port a rough game to a portable platform.
Fallout 76 has problems, but the biggest one involves ongoing endgame content.
The USgamer team tries not to get Red or Dead in the Old West.
The Fallout train is off the rails at the moment, but there is hope.
In a series of hands-on demos, Nintendo shows us everything Super Smash Bros Ultimate has to offer.
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