Starting Screen is our weekly column featuring news, commentary, and music to help you get over your case of the Mondays.
Super Mario Bros. 2 is a major part of Nintendo's history, but it seems scared to dish out relevant nostalgia.
This will be the year that all of the major promises of the past decade finally come true.
Some of us have been playing Death Stranding slowly, and it's far better for it.
A look at the games I want to play before 2019 is officially finished.
Google's first foray into the console space manages to alienate both causal and hardcore gamers alike.
Chugging Monster until it kills me.
Maybe Blizzard's best days really are behind it.
The gaming community knew nothing in the '90s, and frankly, neither did a lot of publishers.
I'm tired of it, and I don't have a good reason for it!
This past year has found Blizzard embroiled in one controversy after another. What does it say about its future?
Whatever time it takes to make a game feel just right on a new system is well-spent.
Please enjoy your regular helping of content.
Video games are still learning the art of subtle storytelling, but a game about neon biker gals at war somehow nails it.
Owners of the base consoles are increasingly saddled with long load times when playing games like Borderlands 3.
The information buried in the collectibles is far more sinister than it lets on.
Earthbound's player guide is a great example of the effort publishers expended trying to make the West fall in love with RPGs.
Exclusives matter more than ever... or do they?
No one seems happy with otherwise popular games like Madden and FIFA. What's going wrong?
Things are about to get pretty rough for the industry's number-one trade show.
Let's talk about the good, the bad, and the ugly of final bosses in games.
It's no longer a good idea to relegate the Switch's portable mode to second class.
In this exciting issue: I recall dismissing Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire as "lazy" back in 2002.