You've seen our nominees and voted for your own. Which games stood out above the rest in a crowded show floor last week?
Yeah, it's another indie retro roguelike platformer, but the little details elevate this one.
Ubisoft's next open-world game is all about exploring the world of winter sports.
From Software spends all its time on Souls games, so an indie steps up to bring that stealth action.
Capcom takes Resident Evil in a new direction that might seem familiar to some horror game fans.
The next Ghost Recon is shaping up nicely, but single-player is still a big question mark.
But he can still kick some serious ass.
AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD: Kat, Mike, and Jeremy get together to discuss Horizon: Zero Dawn, Final Fantasy XV, Zelda, Dragon Quest, Nier, and many more.
Our comprehensive roundup of all our coverage for E3 2016, organized for your browsing convenience.
Finally, a Legend of Zelda that cuts to the chase.
Tune in for a solid hour of Trials' latest installment—one wrapped in the goofy vibe of Ubisoft's Far Cry spinoff.
Quantic Dreams’ latest looks absolutely stunning... but how does it play?
Capcom Vancouver revisits the series' greatest hits in its new sequel.
Mike takes a spin around San Francisco in Ubisoft's Watch Dogs sequel.
Sorry for the inside baseball, but I have to get this off my chest.
No one should discount the power of a good single-player campaign in the strategy space.
Not that they needed to; their lineup of niche software stands on its own.
Perhaps the most unusual upcoming Xbox One game of all involves cannibalistic slimes.
Developer Grezzo brings new IP to Nintendo's RPG beast of a handheld.
Ubisoft's showing at E3 2016 revealed an absolute bevy of upcoming games. Here's a quick recap.
Lots of news from Microsoft as they show us their holiday lineup as well as what they have in store for 2017, including the announcement of what they are claiming will be the most powerful console to date.
Mike and Kat are up in the morning to talk about everything from E3's first day.
Bethesda brought a whole host of games at E3 2016. See what's coming from the house that Elder Scrolls built.
E3 brings with it bizarre happenings and indelible memories. The USGamer crew shares its favorite memories from shows they attended.
We take a look at the big three console holders heading into gaming's marquee event.
Take a look at some brand-new footage of Igarashi's Castlevania successor, and try out the demo if you're at E3. Some Bloodstained backers will get the demo after the show.
PODCAST: It wasn't... mostly. Plus: An E3 2016 preview, and Harvest Moon's attempt to match up with Stardew Valley.
Make friends with people, beat them up, or get into a shootout at high noon. Natsume makes it all possible this year.
The new Legend of Zelda is still Nintendo's main course at E3 2016, but Pokémon, Dragon Quest, and other Nintendo 3DS games are side-dishes.
Interestingly, Nintendo's greatly-diminished E3 presence proves the company is very serious about its future.
Who can wait a month? Check out our roundup of the biggest games announced before June's big event.
Electronic Arts is doing its own EA Play event instead of attending E3. Changes incoming!