Frontiers is ditching free-to-play and becoming a fully fledged follow-up.
USG's 2019 Game of the Year also just got ultra-widescreen support.
Turns out there's massive appeal in petting cows without having to muck out stables.
Interesting, very interesting.
And there's a 'Guess the Name' contest to kick things off.
Plus, two beloved Keyblades and some new abilities are yours to master.
It's leak season, y'all.
Plus, we'll get a new announcement from the Union χ team tomorrow.
The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf will tide you over until Season 2.
Whooo's the best starter Pokemon ever?
More than 76 million households have watched the new show starring Henry Cavill. Or at least some of it.
The publisher hunts for more differentiation in its games.
Ever wondered how the Rajang was animated?
We're still training ourselves to prepare for the digital Tenkaichi Budokai.
NIS America's bringing Falcom's RPG sequel to yet another platform.
I'm as happy as a Charmander snoozing by a campfire.
"We try to limit crunch as much as possible, but it is the final stage."
The delay seems to have pushed back multiplayer development as well.
CD Projekt Red wants this game to be its "crowning achievement for this generation."
Dragon Quest fans are happy this movie's coming West, sort of.
It's quite a departure from the regular Pokemon anime.
Bet it all on Green Team.
Square Enix is giving the team "a few extra weeks to apply final polish to the game."
Signs of life for a classic RPG?
The World of Darkness will address real-world Seattle issues like homelessness.
We're gonna shout it loud, even if our words seem meaningless.
A break down of what the Sword and Shield expansions mean for collectors.
Pokemon comes home later this winter.
You can catch a Galarian Slowpoke once the update is live.
Journey to the Isle of Armor, Crown Tundra, and more.
We're getting more Pokemon news sooner than you'd expect.
It's like physics class for video games.
Orre should not exist. It is a monument to man's arrogance.
Lauren Hissrich talks Witchers and monsters.
It's a week full of wonderful speedruns, and one mischievous goose.
Kazushige Nojima isn't mad that you peeked, he's just disappointed.
Nothing has been resolved on the legal front, though.
Ground control to Mother 4.
You won't have long to wait till the Studio Ghibli film.
Nod your head to this earworm, oh player of CD.
The Star Wars super studio that almost was.
The new Midgar might be headed for home computers (eventually).
The veteran developer reflects on the franchise in 2019.
We could be taking a small trip to Midgar very shortly.
Terms for "future cooperation" between the two have been set.
Gen 4's gender differences once went way beyond heart-shaped Pikachu tails.
Dragon Quest 11's sales numbers aren't draggin'.
Google makes its first big studio grab for Stadia.
See just how much time Fire Emblem and Pokemon ate up.
We're all going to need "all our courage" if Airy shows her tiny, insufferable face again.
An old snapshot of Tifa gets the Remake treatment.
The hopes and dreams of Galar region's trainers are coming soon to a small screen near you.
Sizzle reels for everything from upcoming DLC to the next Xbox.
A new world and new characters will star in Bravely Default 2.
Not to be confused with GreedFall or Godspell.
Cloud may be grumpy, but he still manages to style his hair every morning.
We know who he is. Cloud's not the type of guy to commit identity fraud, right?
On the plus side, it'll have transferable saves across all platforms.
Over a dozen games will have demos available for a limited time.
Tennis, baseball, even volleyball and soccer.
New box art details indicate the remake might be a timed exclusive.
A leaked trailer shows off new playable characters, additional exploration of Scala ad Caelum, and more.
The music that defined a generation. Oh and Nirvana, I guess.
It took some finesse to make Switcher happen.
It'll run for almost three hours, too.
Crystalis is also on its way to the NES version of the service.
The Switch sold 830,000 units over a single week. Damn.
The updated Persona drops in at the end of a stacked month for games.
Falcom's behemoth RPG series is coming to the Switch in 2020.
A fleshed-out photo mode is on the way, too.
I hope one of them pops out of a traffic cone or manhole.
Max 'Lax impacts with stacked knickknacks he piggybacks.
The changing of the guard continues for Pokemon, but it's not too drastic.
Info from the official strategy guide got out, and they'd like to know who did it.
One older Pokemon, and two newcomers step into the Gigantamax spotlight.
You'll need to find new augments to understand new languages.
The second part of Cloud Stife's crazy shenanigans will hopefully arrive sooner than later.
Ride, my pretties! Final Fantasy 7 Remake draws ever closer!
Keanu's only got eyes for the current gen.
We could be seeing more than just familiar Ciri and Yennefer as side characters in The Witcher.
Today on "Wild Pokemon Kingdom..."
Combined, the two versions have already sold over 6 million units.
Will the realm be reborn again on a new console?
Cor blimey, six mad Magikarp!
Plus, the president enters the fray.
Was someone playing with Phineas' Shrink Ray?
The Pokemon world seems to have different environmental problems than our own.
And Smash Bros. gets some belated acknowledgement.
"It was getting harder and harder to make the content that people wanted."
We've got a tussle for the loot game spotlight on our hands.
It looks more frightening than it really is.
The developers of Guildlings and Threes say the model is fixing the player-dev relationship.
A Kotaku report indicates the series may return after a rough venture to Andromeda.
The Witcher 3, Rage 2, classic Final Fantasy titles, and more.
After years on the business side, founder Feargus Urquhart is ready to make games again.
More resources doesn't mean Feargus Urquhart wants giant teams.