The creators behind the Earthbound, Zelda, WoW, and Fallout cookbooks on how they bring fictional cuisine into real-world kitchens.
Single-player games are pivoting to Destiny clones or open-world games, but I miss the more refined, simpler days.
UNPREDICTABLE | Caty reminisces about vanilla Destiny, and wonders why Little Witch Academia is so appealing.
Bungie comes so close to capturing the Year One nostalgia.
We take a look at the biggest games coming out over the next few months.
PODCAST: We discuss Battlefront's Death Star DLC, Forza Horizon 3, Pokémon on the NX, and more!
People insist that Bungie's shooter isn't an MMO, but it suffers from the same problems.
PART 10: Not every add-on is worth adding on, but these expansions and updates rose above the rest.
PART THREE: Who was 2015's breakout video game character? The USgamer team name their faves, but in the end there can only be one.
Bungie's new Sparrow racing mode is one part Endor speeder bike chase, and one part podrace.
After continuing to play Destiny: The Taken King post-review, Jaz weighs in with further perspective on Bungie's MMOFPS.
Jaz joins Kat to discuss The Taken King and what it means for Bungie's divisive shooter RPG.
Do you own the original disc? You might want to sell it now.
Bungie is planning some big changes for its FPS MMO, many of which hail from more traditional MMO titles.
Kotaku's Kirk Hamilton joins Kat to discuss his two favorite topics - Witcher 3 and Destiny.
Bungie say they won't repeat the same mistakes with House of Wolves, but Destiny's problems run still deeper.
Big game launches take over Japan just like they do the U.S... though the games in question tend to be different.
Destiny has a lot in common with Star Wars... but maybe not the Star Wars you'd hope for.
As our fall preview series continues, we examine the games that look like solid investments this holiday season.
Destiny's mix of MMORPG and shooter elements has been a long time coming. Here are some of the milestones on the road to Bungie's unique shooter.
*(Unless the servers barf, which is how it usually goes on day one of an MMO.)
The USgamer crew spent the weekend leveling up in Destiny. Dozens of hours later, here's where we stand on Bungie's next big thing.
Come hang out with us as we dig further into the Destiny beta!
Come hang out with USG's editors while they play through some of The Crew closed beta and share their thoughts.
Thus far, Destiny feels like an intriguing mash-up of ideas from two very different games.
Even as Jeremy storms his way through Destiny's beta, Bungie's earliest shooters continue to tug at his heart.
A slew of great games are on the way, but Kat is still wondering what's next for the medium she loves.
Now that the show is over, we sort out our favorites. First up, editor Jeremy Parish weighs in on his picks of the show.
Bungie's massive online shooter covers familiar ground with panache.
Does Bungie's new multiplayer shooter have what it takes to stand out in a crowded market of open-world and MMO games, or will this large-scale take on Halo be a snoozer?
As a sequel to upbeat Chrono Trigger, this gloomy RPG should have been a wreck... yet somehow, it wasn't.
Bungie's would-be blockbuster is a lot less confusing than they'd have you believe.