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UPDATED 11/30! We're rounding up and reviewing all the essentials for your tiny Nintendo console. Latest: A carrying case, and a fix for a promising controller.
Ubisoft leaves behind Aiden Pearce and Chicago for something that's a little more fun and upbeat.
The game's online still works, but the seamless aspect was causing issues during the review period.
There was hope that Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was a launch title for Switch, but that doesn't seem to be the case.
Why Nintendo keeps partying like it's 1985... and 1996... and 2006.
Early details about about FFXV's endgame have emerged, to much consternation.
You'll eventually be able to have the entire Kingdom Hearts series on PlayStation 4.
At the Monster Hunter Direct, Capcom expands Monster Hunter again on an old friend.
If you haven't played Arkham Asylum and Arkham City, this collection wants to rectify that.
Nintendo shows off new footage of the newest Zelda.
Ubisoft releases system specs for Watch Dogs 2 as it delays the PC version.
Red Dead Redemption's sequel is real, but you won't be seeing it this year.
Is the Lord of Terror returning for another go at Sanctuary?
Hangar 13 takes the Mafia franchise in a new direction. We join Lincoln Clay on his quest for revenge.
It's been a long time coming, but Michel Ancel is returning to the planet of Hillys.
The series' gradual genre shift may be unpopular, but it's not unprecedented.
Happy anniversary, Simon Belmont! Too bad your bloodline is as deceased as Dracula himself.
Think of it as a temp structure to make use of until they complete construction on the real thing.
The indie team behind the god-killing action game bring their expertise to a different genre.
Ubisoft Montreal takes its open-world hack-a-thon to San Francisco.
Ezio Auditore da Firenze takes back the spotlight in this remaster collection.
What to do if you want to increase your RPG franchise's popularity in foreign lands? The trick, as the saying goes, could be to hook 'em while they're young.
The spiritual successor to Igarashi's Castlevania games needs another year in its coffin.
If you were hoping to see the Wii U or Vita, Heart Machine has some bad news.
Lara's latest adventure is one of the few PlayStation 4 Pro games with the ability to improve the framerate.
A conversation with the creators of Square Enix's upcoming do-it-yourself take on the role-playing genre.
The remaster of Arkham Asylum and Arkham City finally has a release date.
It's a smorgasbord of classics this week! And we're not even really sure what "smorgasbord" actually means.
2K Games outlines Mafia III's Season Pass and what player can expect from the game after launch.
The game's green producer talks about the RPG that has some Nintendo fans seeing red.
Konami is shining up Metal Gear Solid V for one more release.
We speak with the men behind the upcoming remake... who were also the men behind the original version.
Looking beyond the slimy blue skin of Square Enix's construction sandbox adventure.
The downloadable content will add new weapons, spells, and a PVP map.
Video games can and should attempt to make a statement, but Deus Ex: Mankind Divided needs to take a few level-ups in subtlety.
Tequila Works' adventure title finally finds a publisher after its interesting reveal.
New retail version of Quantum Break is coming, alongside the Steam release.
AM2R: Another Metroid 2 Remake is out in the wild, but Nintendo has already flexed its legal muscle to get it removed from download sites.
Hello Games has a huge patch ready for No Man's Sky, tackling a host of issues highlighted in early leaks.
Don't call it "stealing." Great ideas never die, they just bounce around from game to game.
Without a multiplayer component, is there really much point to Pokémon?
The exclusivity is over and Rise of the Tomb Raider will celebrate the series' 20th anniversary on PlayStation 4.
Capcom is planning to release everything Dead Rising for this generation of consoles.
Taking back the mall kiosks from vile plunderers.
Microsoft's upcoming shooter comes by its connections to classic greats naturally, and it invests its inheritance smartly.
There's a viable platform out there without a version of Resident Evil 4! Capcom is on the case!
Once the name The Legend of Zelda stood for epic, inventive adventure.
Why the classic brawler's handheld version was almost (but not quite) its best home port.
The remaster has become a "complete remake" and Chris Avellone is pitching in.
Warner Bros delays the remaster of the first two Arkham games.
...you just need a healthy love of the ridiculous.
Koji Igarashi's new game isn't Castlevania, but... it's Castlevania.
No more clothes stripping, just Japanese pop music... and pop culture hallucinations.
The long-awaited adventure may be years late, but it's still like nothing else.
The Vita's showcase launch title will have a sequel on PlayStation 4 only, and that's awesome.
Mike takes a spin around San Francisco in Ubisoft's Watch Dogs sequel.
Perhaps the most unusual upcoming Xbox One game of all involves cannibalistic slimes.
Toys For Bob attempts to reclaim an increasingly crowded format by changing the rules.
Ubisoft's hacking sequel finds a new city and new protagonist.
Mankind Divided looks to avoid the issues that made Deus Ex: Invisible War such a disappointing sequel.
Same universe, different story. Volition charts a familiar path with its new IP.
NIS America decides to be open and honest about why it's making changes to Criminal Girls 2.
We'll probably never see another entry in Namco's dreamlike platform action series, and that's a darned shame.
Who knows whose idea it was to put Kirby in a giant, stompy mech suit... but it makes for one of the most gleeful action games of the year.
After three decades, are Zelda for NES and its direct sequel Zelda II still worth rapping about? The podcast gang deliberates.
The only thing truly "new" about Nintendo's DS blockbuster was the notion that maybe classic platformers still had a place in the world, but that was enough to make a difference.
Shop smartly with this breakdown of ever classic game release available for Wii U Virtual Console. Now with full evaluations of all games from all platforms!
Why has the relationship between video games and the world's most popular film franchise become so strained?
Bob, Jeremy, Kat, and Nadia swing their way toward victory with Capcom's Bionic Commando.
Naughty Dog brings the story of Nathan Drake to a close.
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Before he vanished from the public eye, Mega Man's original creator left the world with this final gift.
NCSoft enters the MOBA arena with its unique combo of MOBA and dungeon crawler.
It's like a marathon, but with an N in place of the R. We begin at the beginning, with the original Mega Man for NES!
Runic Games is back with with a new adventure.
While this M2-developed SEGA compilation has its drawbacks, it's still a heck of a package.
We hope to find the answer in Castlevania's Dracula X duology, Rondo of Blood and Symphony of the Night. Are our words as empty as our souls?
Forget Star Fox Zero and check out the Super NES game this afternoon at 4 ET/1 PT. Hope you like triangles!
A comprehensive breakdown of classic games on 3DS, both good, great, and awful. Now complete for all systems: Game Boy, Game Boy Color, NES, Game Gear, Super NES, and 3D Classics! [Updated: May 13]
A game that hasn't come out in the West yet is now Capcom's sixth best-selling game.
The "unity" in the new Assassin's Creed title may be four assassins playing together.
A new generation of zombies has arisen on Xbox One, and they're some ugly-looking sons of a gun.
Capcom's latest Dead Rising is shaping up to be a great open-world action game, but is it a great Dead Rising?
Credit Capcom Vancouver for taking a fresh approach to the series, but will the next Dead Rising ignore the qualities that made the first two great?
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