Who's that Pokemon? You'll find out.
Larian Studios and Logic Artists were originally targeting Fallen Heroes for a November 2019 release.
Director Masao Taya doesn't play as many turn-based RPGs as he used to, and that informs Little Town Hero's compact campaign.
You cannot nap on the belly of Sword and Shield's game cartridge, however.
Kitase's happy to work on Final Fantasy 7 again, but he'd sooner pass the torch for #8.
To catch those good vibes in the wild, you've gotta get Shield.
Blizzard shifts the schedule a bit to take into account.
Let Galarian Ponyta make all your Lisa Frank dreams come true.
Maybe you'll see a new Pokemon, maybe you won't.
You'll only collect badges from eight Galar region gyms.
You don't want to know how the Poke-sausage gets made.
The Superstar Saga creator is reportedly in severe debt.
Sonia needs our help, apparently.
Phoenix Labs dropped the 1.0 update today along with some new content.
Grandia is on track to become a little bit grander.
The long-delayed RPG is almost here.
Let's be honest, you knew it wasn't going to be an uplifting ditty.
Erdrick's violent kids are about to run rampant on your Switch.
And it looks like they have a pet, too.
Oh, how the years fly by.
You don't need to worry about all that newfangled action combat.
19 notes is all you need.
Astral Chain makes a surprisingly strong debut.
Your character's genitalia are locked to the body type you choose.
Celebrate the holidays with monsters and magic.
Frog Cloud has a tiny sword, and it will be the end of me.
Say hello to the Don, President Shinra, and more.
Something is stirring in Hyrule.
The expansion pass broke the game, but let's blame Ignatz and watch him sweat.
You'll be able to ditch those GBA-to-GameCube link cables early next year.
Talk about a Shulk glow-up.
From Overwatch to Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition, here's a recap of all the announcements.
Now Xenoblade Chronicles will look the best it ever has.
My skin is clear, my crops are flourishing, and my prayers are answered.
A blend of new ideas and throwback inspiration will set Yakuza 7 apart.
They're recruiting developers to complete the mode.
The game's creator Hideaki Itsuno won't say if he'll revisit it after Devil May Cry 5.
If it helps, you can gaze lovingly at Keanu's back.
As a heroine, Ajna is a little rough around the edges.
The demo we saw behind closed doors back at E3 2019 has now been partially released to the public, with commentary.
At the character creator level you're being granted more options, not less.
Allegations of abuse have risen this week against Skyrim composer Jeremy Soule, Night in the Woods co-creator Alec Holowka, and more.
Ichiban Kasuga takes the reigns from Kiryu Kazuma.
CD Projekt producer Richard Borzymowski details a "developer trick."
More zombies and heavy decisions than you can shake a machete at.
It's like smushing all the Witcher's cities together.
You can learn a lot from a demo.
Future collaborations with other games remain top secret.
Let's have a good clean fight, Mana fans.
The listen-ins were apparently meant to improve the service.
There are no cops in the poorer districts. That all changes when you get to the affluent areas of Night City.
A rare look into the internal process of development as it happens.
Get started on your journey today.
Shut up, sit down, and drink your Arceus-damned tea.
In just two weeks, Squall will be on the Switch.
Witcher 3 on Switch is looking pretty good!
Eiji Aonuma is slick, like a thief in the night.
This Goonies-esque adventure will be here pretty soon.
Make stupid threats, reap appropriate consequences.
Give it a hug, but don't let it get too close to your face.
Does the revised Switch bend or break when it's put to the ultimate challenge?
But Nintendo Switch fans will have to wait a little bit.
No more wasting away the day in Bill's PC.
Team Yell is all about Marnie.
Some more info about the new Pokemon is set to hit tomorrow.
Giovanni knows what you did last summer.
The classic series goes portable very soon.
All those worlds, somehow crammed into one Switch cartridge.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Everything feeds into everything else. It's all connected, man.
Play the throwback classic on the go.
A fan translation got a few things wrong.
Sorry y'all, we won't get to hang out with Sonia or Oleana pre-launch.
Pokemon Masters will have co-op, but you won't be able to take the fight to your friends at all.
Experience two different slices of Oninaki.
I mean, we're all hoping it's Geralt.
No, it's not Mega Man X9 (yet), but at least you get to play as Cinnamon.
It looks slightly ropy, but still very impressive.
Somehow it isn't Claude or Edelgard.
North America and Europe will have to wait a bit longer.
Joy-Cons are like cars in racing anime: They're snazzy and they're good at drifting.
Yup, that's a horse alright.
Where you come from will affect where you go, and how.
That's a lot of chicken for one chocobo.
I really hope this isn't your dealbreaker.
More love can bloom on the battlefield.
An untranslated interview will finally be available for those who can't read Japanese.
Even with a new Lite model out, folks are still whispering about an upgraded Switch.
The spirit of one of the best Fire Emblems lives on, two decades later.
The director of Baten Kaitos worked up a claymation-like concept for Nintendo.
The company is looking to Middle-earth and a new partnership.
This odd slip-up makes us curious about a potential new platform.
Get in the spirit a week ahead of the new Pokemon game.
It's already pretty, for one.
It's looking great for whenever it comes over to the west.