My Butt is worldwide.
Valve's 1998 classic is enjoying a temporary popularity boost.
USG's 2019 Game of the Year also just got ultra-widescreen support.
Season four will kick off with this guy on Apex's one-year anniversary.
Turns out there's massive appeal in petting cows without having to muck out stables.
Larry Lawton's not too impressed with Lester Crest.
Blitzchung reflects on the last few months, as he prepares to return to competition.
Interesting, very interesting.
The call connection is shoddy, but the hint comes through quite clearly.
"We agree on the problems. That's the important thing."
Yoji Shinkawa seems interested in manga, too.
And there's a 'Guess the Name' contest to kick things off.
All hands on deck for Housemarque's "largest project" to date.
House House supports the idea, and you can too.
And he took some sets, too.
Plus, two beloved Keyblades and some new abilities are yours to master.
It's leak season, y'all.
Plus, we'll get a new announcement from the Union χ team tomorrow.
In a Reddit AMA, Valve's giving away new details on the highly anticipated VR exclusive.
The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf will tide you over until Season 2.
Whooo's the best starter Pokemon ever?
Lehto wants V1 Interactive to avoid the "human toll" of lengthy crunch.
Ninja Theory is diving deeper into mental health issues and games.
The state is trying to intervene to get more for the women of Riot.
The European ratings board may have spilled the beans on an MK remaster.
"It all depends on the community."
Panic Button is still beavering away on the port.
More than 76 million households have watched the new show starring Henry Cavill. Or at least some of it.
The original soccer anime is bringing arcade action to the West.
Microsoft takes a shot at Google Stadia with the addition of Destiny 2.
The publisher hunts for more differentiation in its games.
Pikachu tears, now in 3D.
No more waiting on someone's initial dialogue.
Mythic Quest might be a workplace comedy, but it'll still touch upon the realities of game development.
The delisted games will also be returning to Steam this week.
An import favorite is once again making its way to the U.S.
It sure does look shiny.
Bungie removes one step of the grind.
One final route through the maze has surfaced.
A stunning community project.
Ever wondered how the Rajang was animated?
We're still training ourselves to prepare for the digital Tenkaichi Budokai.
Smash has too many Fire Emblem characters you say? Well…
We see this player's dedication, and we want to talk.
NIS America's bringing Falcom's RPG sequel to yet another platform.
"Smash Bros. tournament, July 4th, 1921."
"We are absolutely not working on anything L4D related now," says Valve.
Well, at least one Marvel game will come out that month.
Time to see if the cuss-filled crime story holds up.
I'm as happy as a Charmander snoozing by a campfire.
C'mon Guardian, stop playing around in that foliage.
"We try to limit crunch as much as possible, but it is the final stage."
Could Square Enix be working on a new Dragon Quest spin-off?
Ten of the top 15 games were Call of Duty.
Help the Nord tackle their vampire problem in Greymoor.
29 games for a minimum donation of $25.
The delay seems to have pushed back multiplayer development as well.
Google expects "more than ten" timed exclusives over the next six months.
A resurfaced prototype for an N64 controller screen looks pretty familiar.
Sony has yet to comment on the matter.
Want to work in games? The Academy can help.
CD Projekt Red wants this game to be its "crowning achievement for this generation."
This is it, this roguelike, it was made for me!
Dragon Quest fans are happy this movie's coming West, sort of.
Artyom's braved the wastes to find a new home on a Nintendo system.
Batman's greatest enemy leans into R-rated action again.
Warm up those finger guns.
Byleth dives deep into the Abyss for more students to teach.
Force Combat asks, "What if Netherrealm made a Star Wars game?"
And there are even more Smash DLC fighters on the way.
At least one streamer's been on the case for 24 hours.
Some new playable characters enter the fray.
It's not quite full building destruction yet, but PUBG is taking a step in that direction.
New year, new patch, new blade.
One of E3's most infamous sights seems like it might never return.
Digital Foundry goes deep on id Tech 6's RTX features.
It's quite a departure from the regular Pokemon anime.
The man got a Halloween costume first, so this sort of feels appropriate.
Turn your assault rifle into a heavy assault rifle.
Don't get lost in the Corridors of Time, Guardian.
Bet it all on Green Team.
In a new Polygon feature, some key Kinect architects reflect on the doomed peripheral.
Without PlayStation at the show, Microsoft will have the next-gen stage to itself.
Time to sharpen your knives and warm up those fryers.
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