Starting Screen is our weekly column featuring news, commentary, and music to help you get over your case of the Mondays.
In such a short period of time, there's been an explosion in the autobattler genre.
We take a look at the upcoming release schedule and identify one potential juggernaut.
Fortnite, Rocket League, and Overwatch have all found success by owning the summer. Is Dauntless next? Or will Apex Legends make a comeback?
After being spoiled for two solid years, we've hit a major lull. Will it get better in the second half?
The much-anticipated remake sacrifices a part of its history.
Why video game movies will always be at a disadvantage.
How one of the year's best games makes its corridors worth revisiting immediately.
On the Game Boy's 30th anniversary, how Nintendo's first true portable console defined a generation of gamers.
Kat may not have time for competitive games anymore, but her tastes haven't changed as much as you might think.
The USG team hit the showfloor of PAX East 2019 to bring you the latest and greatest in gaming.
New Switch SKUs are inevitable, but let's hope they learn from the past.
Speculating on the potential ramifications of tomorrow's Google GDC announcement.
From Bloodborne to God of War, it truly is a great time to be an action game fan.
There's no reason major titles should be bricking consoles.
Charting BioWare's decline from hits like Knights of the Old Republic to disappointments like Anthem.
Use that dead time to look back at the good years full of great games and fun times.
The industry and community has changed around E3. Can E3 remain relevant in the modern day?
Apex Legends has to do its best to outrun the perception of Electronic Arts.
Capcom is rebounding after a tough generation, Kingdom Hearts 3 is almost here, and more on this week's Starting Screen.
Sensing the need for some good old-fashioned dog-based hilarity, Bandai Namco delivered the good boy.
The digital ecosystem is undergoing its biggest shakeup since 2005.
As developers gear up for the next generation, 2019 looks slimmer than recent years.