How many subscriptions can the market take?
Where does New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe rank alongside Super Mario Bros. 3 and Super Mario World?
Forsaken was a solid start, but it wasn't enough to pull everyone back.
Burger King's Pokemon cards from 1999 look kind of nice and they're fun to remember, but they're barely worth the cost of a milkshake.
See that mountain? You can drive (on) it.
Ubisoft is still not done with the ongoing odyssey of Assassin's Creed.
What happens when you port a rough game to a portable platform.
Not everything should be left to player choice when it flies in the face of the narrative you've already crafted.
From late-implemented microtransactions to the roaring success of Blackout, we look back on how Black Ops 4 has developed.
Fallout 76 has problems, but the biggest one involves ongoing endgame content.
Move over Lt Surge, you're not the only Pokemon war veteran who's still spoiling for a fight.
A belated look back on one of September's biggest games.
Kat has finally wrapped up God of War's latest chapter, and she has some thoughts.
The Fallout train is off the rails at the moment, but there is hope.
In a series of hands-on demos, Nintendo shows us everything Super Smash Bros Ultimate has to offer.
What if there was a Fallout game without any of the Fallout stuff you like? Boy, do I have a game for you!
We all want to live in a Pokemon world, and Game Freak knows it.
Agent 47 is a master of disguises, no matter how wrong a fit he is for them.
Some big, and understated changes to the established FPS formula.
Here are the best Red Dead Redemption 2 missions that you might have missed if you stuck to the main story path.
The bustling city of Saint Denis highlights the rough edges of Red Dead Redemption 2's Wanted system.
Taiko Drum Master is back, but which one is worth directing your attention to?
Fallout 76 is taking me somewhere, I just don't know if it's home.
Miyazaki brings his unique storytelling to VR.
Sometimes it is best to leave the past in the past.
Blizzard Entertainment lets fans know what's coming in patch 8.1.5 and beyond.
Red Dead Redemption 2 continues a tradition set in GTA 5, only much differently.
Ignore the signs at your own peril, kid.
Arthur Morgan is a very nice guy for a dude who will murder people at the drop of a hat.
Show some MERCY, human...if you can.
Gal Metal on Nintendo Switch is more drum simulator than another light rhythm game.
Like the games it emulates, season 2 of Netflix's Castlevania series meanders a bit before reaching a memorable showdown.
This charming platformer on Nintendo Switch and PC may star a pacifist octopus, but it'll remind you of Kirby.
The discussion around Red Dead Redemption 2 focuses on its control scheme, one Rockstar has been using for some time now.
In the follow-up to Papers, Please, a mystery on a ghost ship has turned me into a paranoid truth hunter.
This "collection" has less meat on it than a dieting skeleton.
A number of games have hunting and skinning, but Rockstar takes it to a new level.
Little Houser on the Prairie.
If anything, Red Dead Online will likely be bursting with expansions and events.
Gwent's spin-off RPG adventure rises to the Witcher name.
Thanks to Easter eggs and a lively map, there's more going on in Blackout than initially meets the eye.
Important lessons from a JRPG about a boy, his dog, and a whole lot of bad news.
From found footage horror to P.T.-inspired glee, we rounded up some of this year's creepiest games to put you in the Halloween spirit.
Come for the shooting and exploration, stay for Fox McCloud's company.
Gaming and junk food is strangely nostalgic.
Two hitmen, one target.
Black Ops 4 is multiplayer only, but the strength of Zombies and Blackout could carry it through.
You were once the Dragonborn. Now you must be...the Batborn.
Hugging this little fellow would probably be very uncomfortable, but I want to try.
The World Ends With Annoying Control Schemes.
Assassin's Creed Odyssey and Origins are the way forward, but the old creed doesn't need to be forgotten.
So far, Assassin's Creed Odyssey is missing a key factor that made Origins great.
Let's talk about "grinding" in Assassin's Creed Odyssey.
Weapons of the Apocalypse ain't cheap.
Exploring Appalachia is best suited for a band of friends, but you can still get far on your own two feet.
Murder between two (or more) ferns.
Everyone says FUT 19 is pay-to-win, but you're often better off not spending any money at all.
Embarking on a different kind of odyssey.
It's taken a long time, but we're finally here.
Impressions from our hands-on time with Cygames and Nintendo's latest mobile game.
Who else should Insomniac's Spider-Man face off against?
A lot of new info, a lot of new questions.
This RPG hurts so good.
"I've worked in the private sector. They expect results."
A new sanctuary in Jahai Bluffs gives player more choices.
As expansion issues keep popping up, Blizzard is having to put out fires.
It's "Save the Princess," and then some.
These hoods are a disgrace and very damaging to cats' psyches and I want all of them.
Watch out boys, she'll chew you up.
Poke Balls are not one size fits all.
What more in the name of love?
We take a look at the demo for Ryu ga Gotoku Studio's new title, Judge Eyes.
Like God of War before it, Marvel's Spider-Man has an excellent Photo Mode.
Wiping your feet before entering Block Man's lair is mandatory.
Lost Sectors on The Tangled Shore are way more interesting than the base game's.
Insomniac Games' original take on the Spider-Man mythos solves some problems Marvel Comics has.
We invited our regular guest contributor Doc Burford to write about the creative process behind his own game, the alt-horror Paratopic.
Valve Software's shot at the digital collectible card game genre tries to differentiate itself with a new mechanic.
We got hands-on time at PAX West 2018 with Super Mario Party's newest mode.
Fortnite had youthful energy to spare at the show.
A little bit of Strikes sprinkled with Crucible makes Gambit, I guess.
A jump and grappling hook change things more than you may think.
"'Lawful Good?' We don't like your kind 'round these parts."
Watch a video that examines how Nintendo guides you through Super Metroid.
Think brawlers are mindless? Think again.
If you could hop into a speedrun at a precise moment in time, would you?
Let's all throw ourselves down and drum our heels on the ground.
Scum takes "surviving" to another level.
NBA 2K explores basketball outside of America.
We take a look at the transition Larian Studios' role-playing masterpiece has made to Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
And that's not necessarily a bad thing.
Night Trap: 25th Anniversary Edition sends players spiraling back to a pivotal time for video games.
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