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The toys-to-life version of Lego looks like it'll end its two-year run.
Update: Patreon calls the issue "a gray area"
From its beginnings at Black Isle to classic DLC like Lonesome Road, we dive into the history of one of the best RPGs ever.
Drake's done and Chloe's climbing, but which of the Uncharted games takes the treasure?
FIELD NOTES: Inside the bittersweet ending of the post-apocalyptic arcade survival game Tokyo Jungle.
FIELD NOTES: Caty revisits her favorite Pomeranian, the star of the post-apocalyptic arcade survival game Tokyo Jungle.
The latest title in the Persona series is off to a great start.
If you're ready for Persona 5, you're probably ready for Persona 5 DLC.
You may be shocked to find out that reviewers enjoy Persona 5.
It wasn't its predecessor or successor, but you will be missed PlayStation 3.
A guide to Kyrpt unlocks, as well as character combos and fatalities in Mortal Kombat X.
Don't worry, you'll be able to play Baiken in the US.
With Yakuza 0 out on PlayStation 4, Sega has offered limited reprints of earlier games in the series.
The USGamer team dishes on their most successful bargains for games and systems!
Wayforward's Kickstarted platformer is finished, but it has to get through platform submission before a release date is offered.
Bad news, there's a delay for Persona. Good news, Japanese voice overs will ship with the game.
You won't have Japanese voices in Persona 5, so you should get used to these voice actors.
Telltale's Batman takes a divergent turn from previous versions of the Batman mythos.
AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD: Elliot Gay returns to share his thoughts on the first 40 hours of the import version of Persona 5. No spoilers! Promise!
That's what happens when you make people wait eight years for a sequel.
AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD: Kat, Nadia, Mike, and Jaz are all here. And we talk about Valkyrie Profile, too!
Telltale jumps into the DC Universe with its unique look at Batman.
Legendary is adapting Dontnod's time-bending adventure for television.
If you're inclined to let others influence your playthrough, Telltale has a new feature for you.
Batman: The Telltale Series has a release date at retail and digital gets it a month earlier.
Persona 5 will come to Europe finally, but no release date has been given.
tri-Ace brings some important innovations with this fifth installment of their RPG series, but still rolls with an entirely safe approach.
Skyrim told us a million bite-sized stories, and we're starving for more. Unfortunately, The Elder Scrolls VI isn't coming any time soon.
Toys For Bob attempts to reclaim an increasingly crowded format by changing the rules.
Atlus' phantom thieves want to steal your heart and time on Valentine's Day 2017.
We'll probably never see another entry in Namco's dreamlike platform action series, and that's a darned shame.
COVER STORY: The artist who has given life to so many Final Fantasy games speaks about his inspirations, the difference between fine and commercial art, and his current projects.
A work-in-progress breakdown of the best PlayStation classics currently available on SEN.
We hope to find the answer in Castlevania's Dracula X duology, Rondo of Blood and Symphony of the Night. Are our words as empty as our souls?
Is Trails of Cold Steel worth checking out? Kat checks in after the first 10 hours of the latest Legend of Heroes game.
Bob looks back at a game that surprised him with holiday merriment when he least expected it.
Once again, Sega's strange JRPG/Grand Theft Auto hybrid puts its greatest attractions slightly off the beaten path.
If you haven't abandoned your PS3, log in and download the Last True Snowboarding Game.
A towering achievement in fanservice, wrapped around something that barely qualifies as a video game.
Sega has reportedly trademarked the names "Valkyria: Azure Revolution" and "Valkyria of the Blue Revolution."
If you're a fan of this decades-old Japanese series that had very few chances to shine in America, head to the PlayStation Store ASAP.
Activision's latest toys-to-life creation goes heavy on quality, light on opportunism.
Omega Force once again takes the reins of a classic franchise.
King-size indies take the starring role in this month's eclectic offerings.
One of Atlus' biggest and most anticipated releases won't be seeing the light of day anytime this year.
Instructions on how to download and install the mod that lets you marry one of Skyrim's vampires, Serana.
One of the best open-world games ever made.
How to unlock all the Syndicate weapons in Battlefield Hardline, including the 300 Knockout.
It might not be all that ambitious, but this RE spin-off sequel definitely hits the spot.
Sony and Sega's surprise Yakuza 5 announcement suggests the series might not be on life support in the west after all.
Masaya Matsuura's pioneering rhythm game is finally coming to the U.S., and fans couldn't be happier.
Even two of Final Fantasy's biggest names can't save this RPG from Compile Heart's trademark mediocrity.
Capcom goes back to the well for a sequel to one of the better Resident Evil games from the recent past.
Join the Long Mover on its journey through worlds of color and music. A zen experience that's not for everyone.
Sony loves indies and those indies have created some great games for the PlayStation family.
With their Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 exclusive, Ubisoft has opened more than a few doors for themselves.
The latest (and possibly last) entry in the Dynasty Warriors Gundam series isn't particularly nutritious, but there's a lot of it.
Final Fantasy XIV's third major content patch is coming early next month. Pete takes a peek at what Eorzea's adventurers can expect.
Team USG spends some time at Sony's E3 booth and discovers a shocking truth: it's full of games!
On the eve of E3 2014, the first in which we're well and truly "next-gen," Pete looks back on an underappreciated gem from Gen7 and ponders whether we'll ever see its like again.
Final Fantasy XIV's latest patch introduces the Sightseeing Log, an interesting means of celebrating the game's worldbuilding.
Sony's confirmed that six new formerly Japan-only titles are coming West to the PS3's PlayStation Store.
"You'd like a copy of Watch Dogs? Of course. Will that be Standard, Special, Vigilante, Limited, Dedsec or...?"
The latest in a long line of attempts to battle the bugs and issues that still plague DICE's shooter.
Bigger than their 360 and PS3 counterparts, but not as big as the PC version offers.
Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn has managed to secure nearly half a million dollars in funding via Indiegogo.
Originally set for a reveal this Sunday, details of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare have "leaked" a little earlier than expected.
Worried about being constantly invaded by hacker jerks? The game is always watching.
Japanese multi-media publisher Kadokawa will acquire an 80 per cent stake in From Software in a deal set to complete next month.
Sony and Mojang are also looking into possible cross-buy options for the new versions of the game.
The formerly platform-exclusive content is trading places next month.
The new title promises to be a return to form for driving sim fans.
Kadokawa Games' dungeon crawler is a wonderfully accessible introduction to the genre -- and proof a game doesn't need to be overly flashy to provide an enjoyable, addictive experience.
One of the most hard-to-find titles of the PS1 era looks set to make a comeback soon.
Eurogamer's Chris Donlan shows his appreciation for Wintory's vaudeville violence.
Prepare yourself for battle in Eorzea with our comprehensive collection of guides to Square Enix's sprawling MMO.
Bought FFXIV on PS3 and want to upgrade? Go right ahead! Here's how.
And a mini-campaign, a la Assassin's Creed IV's Freedom Cry content.
The new generation has barely begun, and the remasters have started already.
The new game slots neatly between the first and second games, and is for current-gen systems.
Did you think your adventure was over once you reached level 50? Think again; there's plenty more to do.
The Primals of Eorzea giving you some trouble? Turn the tables with our handy guide to Final Fantasy XIV's toughest encounters.
One is making Metal Gear Solid 5, another Volume. Both discuss the current state of stealth with Eurogamer's Wesley Yin-Poole.
Capcom readies Street Fighter IV for its final battle. We chat to the pros about what the new version's changes bring to the competitive scene.
Sega has announced that the follow-up to Project Diva F for PlayStation 3 and Vita is coming to the West later in the year, proving beyond any doubt that if you show your support for something, you'll get more of the things you like.
Nippon Ichi's latest is something of a departure from its usual fare. Can the legendary power of the Hundred Knight calm the troubled soul of Metallia, the universe's most pissed-off witch?
Despite a strong mission and fun open-ended design, Ground Zeroes doesn't offer quite enough to justify a standalone release. Kat Bailey spends some time with the new prologue to Metal Gear Solid V.
A clumsy splatterfest, Ninja Gaiden Z is the diametric opposite of the series proper.
There's treasure in that thar gulch... but there's also a fearsome foe waiting to tear your face off. We tell you how to beat The Rotten once and for all.
The adventure in Eorzea continues with a wealth of new content at the end of the month.
Looks like Sony will soon be adding the option to rent as well as buy games from the PlayStation Store.
Eurogamer's Tom Phillips furnishes us with new impressions and new details on Ubisoft Montreal's upcoming blockbuster.
We tell you how to use the Pharros' Lockstones you've been collecting, and how to fell your next opponent: the Royal Rat Authority.
An image on Gaikai's website gives us an idea of what we might be paying for "rentals" on the PlayStation Now streaming service.
Your journey now takes you towards the Black Gulch and a confrontation with The Rotten, but first you'll need another Fragrant Branch of Yore.
Continue your battle through Brightstone Cove Tseldora with our guide, which will help you overcome The Duke's Dear Freja. But first, spiders! Lots of spiders!
That's something of a shift from what Square Enix said a month after its release.
Our journey through Dark Souls 2 continues with a journey through this rat-infested area. We teach you how to take on the Royal Rat Vanguard and come out mostly unscathed.
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