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Spider-Man From Insomniac Coming to PS4 This Year

Marvel's Ryan Penagos confirms that Spider-Man will be swinging to PS4 in 2017.

Super Mario Run "Did Not Meet Our Expectations", Says Nintendo President

Nintendo isn't a fan of free-to-play, but Fire Emblem Heroes is the company real success story.

Ubisoft On For Honor Microtransactions: "We Don't Expect a Player To Buy Everything"

Fans of For Honor have crunched the numbers and they're unhappy about microtransactions.

Hitman Season One: Looking Back With Creative Director Christian Elverdam

As IO Interactive wraps up Hitman's first season, we look back on where the season succeeded.

Tonight We Riot Is The Socialist Revolution You're Looking For

A little rioting can go a long way.

Super Bomberman R Review

Bomberman returns, but his newest adventure doesn't stand up to previous outings.

Take it From a Shadow of Mordor Critic -- Middle-earth: Shadow of War Looks Pretty Cool

Improvements to the structure might make Shadow of War more than just promise.

Ghost Recon Wildlands Starts An International Incident With Bolivia

The South American country doesn't take kindly to alt-history games.

Crash Bandicoot Trilogy Coming to PS4 on June 30

Activision is bringing Crash Bandicoot back where he belongs.

For Honor: Tips for Blocking, Guard Breaking, Taking On Groups, and Honorable Kills

Let us give you some tips and pointers for mastering the decidedly different combat in For Honor.

Let's Talk About Nioh's Difficulty

Now that it’s out in the wild, we talk about where the line really is

Let It Die PS4 Review: Haters Gonna Hate

Grasshopper Manufacture return with this odd roguelike, Souls-like, action RPG.

Nioh PlayStation 4 Review: A Worthy Heir

Nioh mostly measures up to the high standards set by other Soulsborne games.

Poochy & Yoshi's Woolly World 3DS Review: Poochy Ain't Stupid

Nintendo's charming Wii U platformer gets a visual downgrade, but there are enough new goodies to make up for it.

Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue is One Big Kingdom Hearts 3 Teaser

One part remaster and two parts teaser trailer, Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue is Square Enix's attempt to reassure the fans.

Team Ninja: "[Ninja Gaiden] Needs to be in the Shadows for a While"

Team Ninja creative director discusses the whereabouts of the iconic action franchise, says Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z "wasn't the right move" for the series.

Shovel Knight Heads To Switch, Yacht Clubs Explains Spring Price Hike

Yacht Club Games announces the Shovel Knight is going to keep expanding.

Dynasty Warriors 9 Announced, Series Goes Open World

Koei Tecmo's flagship action series continues with a new entry.

For Honor Closed Beta Starts in January 2017

Before your can regain your honor, Ubisoft needs to make sure the game works online.

Ghost Recon Wildlands: Building Bolivia By Brick and Biome

A look into Ubisoft's work in crafting the South American landscape of the newest Ghost Recon.

Your Complete* Guide to NES Classic Edition Accessories

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.

Shantae: Half-Genie Hero Is Done, Release Date Incoming

Wayforward's Kickstarted platformer is finished, but it has to get through platform submission before a release date is offered.

Dishonored 2 Gets New Game+ In December, Mission Replay Still Incognito

There's only one way to play Dishonored 2 at the moment: Always forward. That'll be changing soon.

On NES Classic Edition and Playing Hard To Get

Why Nintendo keeps partying like it's 1985... and 1996... and 2006.

Retronauts Gets Kooky, Spooky, Altogether Ooky

The ghost of Bob Mackey returns to tell us the haunting tale of an unbeatable (?) NES death gauntlet: Fester's Quest.

Final Fantasy XV Travel Diary, Day Two: Force Your Way

An in-depth look at Final Fantasy XV's combat system, and how it's improved from the early demos.

This Week's Retronauts is Like Lovin' an Elevator

A look back to that brilliant but rarely seen mid-'90s arcade classic, Elevator Action II.

Mafia III's In-Game Content Warning Is a Smart and Mature Inclusion

Content warnings let players control their experience instead of being subjected to censorship.

LEGO Dimensions Adventure Time: Where to Find All the Minikit Pieces and Royal Tarts

Here's how to find all the Royal Tarts / minikit pieces for the LEGO Dimensions Adventure Time level pack.

Azure Striker Gunvolt 2 Nintendo 3DS Review: Let Slip the Songs of War

Azure Striker Gunvolt 2 holds onto some of the problems that troubled its predecessor, but that doesn't mean it won't show you a good time.

At 30, Castlevania May be Dead, But Its Influence Lingers Beyond The Grave

Happy anniversary, Simon Belmont! Too bad your bloodline is as deceased as Dracula himself.

Wonder Boy Returns, Again, in Yet Another Revival

Evidently there's no such thing as too many remakes when it comes to this long-forgotten franchise.

Golden Axe I & II Soundtrack Review: All That is Golden Does Not Glitter

Everything about this new game music compilation is great... except, unfortunately, the music itself.

Shriek With Childlike Delight for This N64 Episode Of Retronauts

It's like Christmas in September!

Mario Comes to iOS in Super Mario Run

Nintendo brings an official Mario game to Apple devices.

Mode 7 Brings Tokyo 42 to PC and Consoles in 2017

Frozen Synapse's developer becomes a publisher for the first time.

Does Metal Gear Solid V Hold Up? The Definitive Experience and the Missing Chapter

In the wake of The Definitive Edition announcement, we look back on Hideo Kojima's final act at Konami and wonder why a major piece of the story is still on the cutting room floor.

Hitman's Complete First Season Stakes Out Retail on January 31

IO Interactive is wrapping up the first season of the new Hitman with a disc release.

Metroid Prime: Federation Force 3DS Review-in-Progress: Barely Metroid, but Plenty Of Fun

While the verdict remains out on multiplayer, Nintendo's controversial FPS plays well despite its divergence from the Metroid series' platonic ideal.

Konami Tries to Keep MGSV Alive with Metal Gear Survive

Metal Gear Survive has Konami stretching Metal Gear Solid V as far as the universe can go without Kojima.

Metroid Prime: Federation Force Makes a Lousy First Impression, But It Gets Better

Seriously, it's not as bad as its reputation would suggest.

Dead Rising Remasters Coming This September for $20 a Pop

Capcom has priced and dated the upcoming remasters of previous Dead Rising titles.

Hitman Continues to Invest in Ephemera With Bangkok-Based Episode 4

There's something marvelously zen about how many resources IO Interactive sinks into this game when some parts of it can only be experienced once.

GOG Brings Disney's Sega Genesis Platformers to PC

Some of the best Disney games are available on PC, Mac, and Linux.

Castlevania Original Soundtrack EP Review: Shoulda Stayed in The Grave

Mondo's first Castlevania music release on vinyl looks great, but these legendary tunes deserve better treatment.

Yakuza 0 Revisits Kazuma Kiryu's Karaoke Past on Jan 24, 2017

Sega has a release date for the Yakuza prequel in North America and Europe.

Sonic Mania and Project Sonic Celebrate 25 Years of Sonic in 2017 [Updated]

Sega has revealed the next Sonic game, which looks back for inspiration.

Aonuma Outlines One Reason for Zelda: Breath of the Wild's Delays: A Lack of Compliments

According to an interview with Eiji Aonuma, a bit of praise goes a long way in the world of game development.

Watch Sonic the Hedgehog's 25th Anniversary Party Live Tonight at 6 PM PT

Tune in for the Blue Blur's quarter-century birthday party, and see the (probable) reveal of the next Sonic game.

Gravity Rush 2 Introduces Angel, Lands on PS4 December 2

The sequel to Gravity Rush on PlayStation 4 finally has a release date and a new face.

Dead Rising, Dead Rising 2, and Off the Record Bringing Zombie Stomping to PS4 and Xbox One

Capcom is planning to release everything Dead Rising for this generation of consoles.

Agents of Mayhem is the G.I. Joe Game You've Been Waiting For

Deep Silver Volition expands the Saints Row universe with these super agents.

Dead Rising 4 is More Dead Rising, And That's Flippin' Great

Capcom Vancouver revisits the series' greatest hits in its new sequel.

Wonder Boy III Gets a Hand-Drawn and Hand-Animated Remake

The Dragon's Trap gets set up again for consoles and PC.

Disney Infinity Meets Its End, Disney Leaves Games Industry Behind

Disney has decided that it has better things to do than make games.

Shadow Warrior 2 Blindsides Me In The Best Way

Lo Wang returns to get your blood pumping, classic shooter fans.

Pandora's Tower Unexpectedly Returns Courtesy of the Wii U eShop

Revisit this odd but interesting action game on the Wii U.

Bloodborne Review: Into the Nightmare

Does FromSoftware's latest measure up to the high standard set by Dark Souls? Bob shares his final thoughts on this vast and challenging adventure.

Bayonetta 2 Wii U Review: Beyoncé Can't Kill Angels and Demons

The bullet-toting Umbra Witch is back and this time she's Wii U exclusive.

What Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Says About the Possible Future of Gaming

Monolith's unique approach to A.I. potentially opens the door for a variety of interesting gameplay experiences in the new generation of games.

Shadow of Mordor: One Ring to Build a Better Tolkien Game

WBIE's upcoming take on the land of Middle-earth explores a different facet of J.R.R. Tolkien's famous creation and is all the better for it.

Monster Hunter 4 Leads a Good Year for Capcom

A game that hasn't come out in the West yet is now Capcom's sixth best-selling game.

Diablo III for Xbox One Developed "Simultaneously" With PS4 Version

Blizzard is working on an Xbox One version of Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition.

Diablo 3's Loot 2.0 Patch Launches, But...

Ahead of the release of Reaper of Souls, Diablo 3 has had a major patch. But be wary if you're still using the Auction House.

Devil May Cry Director On Why He Doesn't Do Sequels

Hideki Kamiya doesn't hate sequels, he's just too busy bringing you new stuff.

Dead Rising 3 Xbox One Review

A new generation of zombies has arisen on Xbox One, and they're some ugly-looking sons of a gun.

TGS: Should Fans Still Be Worried about Dead Rising 3?

Capcom's latest Dead Rising is shaping up to be a great open-world action game, but is it a great Dead Rising?

Blizzard Killing Diablo III's Real-Money Auction House

Blizzard has decided that the real-money auction house "undermines Diablo's core game play."

Bayonetta 2 Benefiting From Nintendo's Feedback

You might not be able to play Bayonetta 2 on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, but Nintendo's help could lead to a better game.

3 Reasons I Worry About Dead Rising 3

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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