COMMUNITY QUESTION | It's time to get nostalgic.
Still not as weird as half the Sans fanfic on Archive of Our Own.
Ditching the one-winged angel for the one-eyed skullkid.
COMMUNITY QUESTION | To continue with Halloween tradition, let's talk about the creepiest environments in games.
Oh, how the years fly by.
No Terry Bogard, I am not okay.
The desire to make "the next EarthBound" is understandable, but it's also misguided in some important ways.
AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD | Our RPG podcast dives into the excellent RPGs that didn't quite make the cut.
If Kenny Omega were a spider, he could wear four pairs of hot pants.
Ignore the signs at your own peril, kid.
Show some MERCY, human...if you can.
Delta Rune is messing with some files, and not on purpose.
"DARK, DARKER, YET DARKER..."
Fangamer has an Undertale Collector's Edition coming out for the Switch.
When GameMaker is used to build the next Undertale, YoYo Games might be there to lend a hand.
Frisk's epic struggle with Goat Mom, now captured on piano.
Undertale played around a lot with its Japanese localization.
PODCAST | Nadia and Kat start the show with some nice, calming Undertale talk, then get all fired up over custom RPG parties.
Untangling Undertale's net of endings is the game's real journey.
Nadia re-examines Undertale a year after its release to determine if Toby Fox's RPG about monsters and men still deserves its accolades.
The score for Undertale's final encounter is perfectly engineered to stuff you full of DETERMINATION.
We'd love to see Undertale get ported to consoles, but we have some questions about the process.
Despite its flaws, crowdfunding remains game development's best hope for new ideas.
PART SEVEN: The team discusses the video gaming swerves that hit them outta nowhere this past year.
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.
Mike Williams steps in to host From US To You! as Jeremy, Nadia, and Bob share their thoughts.
...At the end of the day, it's still just another awards show.
Kat and Bob delve into one of the year's more interesting RPGs.