Ninjala may be thin on content, but it finds a strong foundation in its unique melee battling.
The delay seems to have pushed back multiplayer development as well.
Players are enjoying the game, but not the brisk jog to get to it.
That is, once software supports it.
You can still spit seeds at your friends.
Plus why Infinity Ward is going back to Killstreaks over Scorestreaks.
Animation director Mark Grigsby and multiplayer design director Geoffrey Smith break down the huge overhauls in Modern Warfare.
Don't expect neon colored gun skins in this Call of Duty.
We're near the end of Splatoon 2's updates and events, but it's going out in style.
Thatgamecompany's long-awaited follow-up to Journey has some beautiful clouds, and it looks surprisingly great on mobile too.
Dr. Mario and the whole Mushroom Kingdom reunite to cure more diseases. Maybe they can destroy cancer this time.
Apex Legends, Final Fantasy 14, World of Warcraft, and more are seeing huge updates. Will we ever rest?
I can engage in long-range combat now? What?
A new Showdown mode called Plunder arrives.
The UI is getting an overhaul, thank goodness.
Forsaken was a solid start, but it wasn't enough to pull everyone back.
When cosmetics in an online game give way to role-playing in Red Dead Redemption 2's online mode.
Rest easy, a hotfix is coming very soon.
With Vikendi and a PS4 port, PUBG's bustling with life again.
"There is always the chance that we may need to implement rank or other stat resets in case of issues," Rockstar notes in a blog.
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.
Now players can see their breath while the storm cloud inches getting closer.
A new raid is just around the corner.
Warframe is five years old, with a new expansion and Switch port under its belt this month. We look back on how it got to this point.
What if there was a Fallout game without any of the Fallout stuff you like? Boy, do I have a game for you!
Between Nuketown and Fallout 76, it's a packed week for nuclear devastation in video games.
Nothing can stop the call... of duty.
But Cayde-6 basically died long before Destiny 2's latest expansion.
STARTING SCREEN | Nintendo Switch Online launches tomorrow, and details are annoyingly scarce.
A little bit of Strikes sprinkled with Crucible makes Gambit, I guess.
A Nintendo representative confirmed the lack of Pro support at PAX West 2018.
Scum takes "surviving" to another level.
Masterworks, random rolls, and more explained.
Prices are skyrocketing, and it's getting harder and harder for players to keep up.
Nintendo's mini-NES isn't the ultimate 8-bit experience, but it delivers ample quality for a reasonable price.
Microsoft and Nintendo sittin' in a tree, c-r-o-s-s-p-l-a-y-i-n-g.
Todd Howard dishes more details on Fallout 76 on YouTube Live at E3.
Shaken not stirred.
Say "neigh" to poisoning your horse friend.
The week-long Crimson Days event in Destiny 2 is underway, and it retunes its most fun limited time mode yet.
Ahead of Blizzard World's launch next week, Overwatch is rolling out teasers of the other new content joining the game as well.
A machine algorithm that can compel players to buy more items.
Single-player games are pivoting to Destiny clones or open-world games, but I miss the more refined, simpler days.
If Pokémon GO is eating up your smartphone's battery power, try these handy power-saving tricks.
Plus, some Heroes of the Storm-barred skins join lootboxes.
Ubisoft Singapore tries something brand-new with its core technology.
The optional second player can control Mario's hat, Cappy.
Crafting! Zombies! Melee weapons! What?
INTERVIEW | Plus the evolution of competitive, Tracer coming out of the closet, and other thoughts on Overwatch's one-year anniversary.
The art of shooting things has fallen to the wayside.
Introducing a new weekly, as-of-yet untitled column from Caty, featuring games and whatever else.
Blizzard's pouring even more resources into their golden child, Overwatch.
Nintendo is still all-in on limiting our map choices, apparently.
Too bad about 90 percent of 'em are duplicates though.
Bonus: We also imagine a (good) Genesis Classic Edition.
Its campaign might be underwhelming, but For Honor's multiplayer really delivers the goods.
We continue our annual awards countdown with a look at the best in multiplayer for 2016.
A decade of lamentations for a potentially brilliant service that never quite lived up to its promise.
Why Nintendo keeps partying like it's 1985... and 1996... and 2006.
A look back to that brilliant but rarely seen mid-'90s arcade classic, Elevator Action II.
New jobs, a revamped battle system, and countless quality of life features inbound as well.
Everything about this new game music compilation is great... except, unfortunately, the music itself.
It's a smorgasbord of classics this week! And we're not even really sure what "smorgasbord" actually means.
The latest entry in the classic clone mini-console wars seems likely to put all the rest to shame. Updated with full list of game titles!
In Japan only, though. Time to start a change.org petition to demand a U.S. release!
As much as people go crazy for the classics, the greats were surrounded by just as much trash as today's masterpieces, as demonstrated in the latest episode of the Chrontendo video series.
An in-depth look at the new HD-capable NES clone. Is it worth the price?
Another alpha playtest of Master x Master is on the horizon and you can get your keys for it right here!
Featuring a look at Tetris' essential role in the system's success.
The pricey, limited NES redux will make a comeback back in a smaller, more versatile (not to mention less pricey and less limited) release.
While the verdict remains out on multiplayer, Nintendo's controversial FPS plays well despite its divergence from the Metroid series' platonic ideal.
Metal Gear Survive has Konami stretching Metal Gear Solid V as far as the universe can go without Kojima.
Seriously, it's not as bad as its reputation would suggest.
Blizzard is celebrating the Summer Olympics with new additions to Overwatch.
Do too many cooks spoil the broth? Or is it a case of the more, the merrier? Both are true in Overcooked.
Try some Blast Ball before you decide you hate Blast Ball.
Belatedly, but better than never.
The new World of Warcraft expansion is coming in August, but today's patch gives players a little taster.
The app that Niantic has built may have issues, but playing Pokémon Go is a blast.
What goes up must come down, especially in the wild world of mobile apps. But then again, they said Pokémon was a fad in 1998, too.
Local multiplayer party games don't come much stranger than this.
Battlefront is a blast for as long as it lasts.
13AM Games' competitive runner brings some much-needed Wii Sports'-style whimsy to Nintendo's console.
A complete recipe and crafting guide for H1Z1, including weapons, tools and base building.
Ubisoft's Watch_Dogs was set to be a next generation launch title, but ended up being delayed at the very last moment. Is it worth the extra six-month wait? Oh yes. Oh yes indeed.
A game that hasn't come out in the West yet is now Capcom's sixth best-selling game.
The floodgates have opened and we finally have some more concrete information on Ubisoft's Watch Dogs.
The Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection is coming to an end. Quick, download all those Layton puzzles!
Respawn's matches have a particular flow to them. Here's how it breaks down.
The new version of Tomb Raider isn't worth a double-dip, but it stands far ahead what has come before.
Pete dodges flying toilets and exploding barrels as he revisits Valve's underappreciated multiplayer spinoff to Half-Life 2.
Here's all the winners and announcements from this year's version of Spike TV's Video Game Awards show.
Much as the title would suggest, we find ourselves feeling a little uncertain about the merits of this eccentric but repetitive Gauntlet-alike.
How have the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 fared as shiny new additions to USgamer's entertainment centers? Jaz, Jeremy, and Mike talk about their trials and tribulations with these cutting edge, all-in-one gaming/media machines.
While some enjoyed glitzy Xbox One launch events, most secured their systems under far more mundane conditions. This is one such story.
How A Link Between Worlds defines Zelda's future by revisiting (and rewriting) its past.
Turn 10 delivers a tremendous racing game - that also just happens to be a stunning demonstration of the Xbox One's capabilities.
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