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Mode 7 graphics and steak knives no longer occupy the same branch on their family tree.
Kat may not have time for competitive games anymore, but her tastes haven't changed as much as you might think.
Meeting the "Game Dev Boy Band" who have rewritten the rules of sustainable indie game development.
We get hands-on time with No Man's Sky's upcoming VR update.
It's easier to enjoy the fruits of your labors in the second Dragon Quest Builders.
Dance dance revolution.
Get creating for $29.99 and then get the full PS4 game on its eventual release.
Another GDC, another year of great indies.
Microsoft's rumored console hasn't been announced yet, but it's taking shape regardless.
"For the majority of developers, release is a real low point."
That one Jak and Daxter level still haunts me.
Just don't call it an MMO.
At DICE Summit 2019, we catch up with Paradox Interactive CEO Ebba Ljungerud to chat about supporting games in the long term, fostering a healthy work environment, and more.
Same ol' Dwarf Fortress, new outfit.
"We sincerely apologize for the delay in taking the right actions here," EA says.
The hugely popular world-building and survival game will soon be part of the Xbox subscription service.
We get our first look at the Pokemon Go developer's upcoming AR-enabled game.
Let's pour one out for the end of an era.
All that's missing at this point is a version for your microwave.
Gotta Snap 'em All! No, no, we're not talking about necks.
Our favorite already-shiny Pokemon is getting a Shiny version.
Players can compete for up to €250,000 in prizes.
The Switch looks like it will continue being a great place for indie games in 2019.
Ghost Town Games' kitchen sim proved to be a hit in Japan.
Everything you need to know to go from rags to riches in Stardew Valley.
The first quest you are given is a tough one, but well worth doing. Here’s how to meet everyone in Stardew Valley.
Got your eye on someone special in Stardew Valley and wanna know what makes them tick. Look no further.
Play with your friends, live your best life.
The game can always be improved.
Some players can't connect to the closed beta.
The US Army and Department of Homeland Security are developing a VR training simulator for teachers.
Green Cities lets you make your cities a bit more environmentally conscious.
The Better Together update is live in Minecraft.
Studio Wildcard's survival game is out of Early Access. Did the two years help the team build a clean, cohesive experience?
Now you can usher your Sims to an untimely demise on consoles.
Squad looks to remain independent, but with more resources.
If you were looking to get into the Danger Zone in 2017, Bandai Namco has bad news for you.
One takes us back to evolution, the other to the issues neighborhoods face today.
Minecraft: Nintendo Switch Edition is a win for Minecraft and Nintendo Switch.
Some people are just better than the rest of us. I am shamed into not being better.
Hello Games continues to improve and polish No Man's Sky.
When a trade show is better treated as a trade show.
The survival adventure game was the best-selling game on PlayStation Network in January.
The heir to SimCity will be coming to consoles for the first time.
Alpha 16 of the indie hit RimWorld redefines a harsh, unforgiving planet.
Rust developer Garry Newman wants to break of the cycle of boredom and complaint.
Concerned Ape is ready for the Valley to come to consoles.
Today's Nintendo Direct was all about inviting Amiibo to your Animal Crossing town.
Get a sneak preview of Skytree Village before it launches for the 3DS on November 8th.
The entire game is still coming along and Squadron 42 needs more time.
Temporary closure highlights a frustrated community.
New farm options, new marriage choices, and more are a part of Stardew Valley's new update.
Yasuhiro Wada's upcoming sim fully embraces the "god game" genre.
Halcyon 6 doesn't quite live up to its immense promise out of the gate, but it's on its way.
For the first time since launch, CCP's EVE Online is letting new and returning players play for free.
The adventure game studio collaborates with Universal and Night School Studio on a Mr. Robot title.
Marvelous' brilliant mix of Pikmin, SimCity, and Zelda shouldn't be missed.
On this week's episode of USgamer's classic gaming podcast, learn about the urban planning series that made us all mayor for a day.
Sega has a release date for the Yakuza prequel in North America and Europe.
No Man's Sky is coming soon, but PC players will have to wait just a little longer.
Belatedly, but better than never.
Neko Atsume got a content update, but then the iOS version of the game broke. Presumably the cats knocked it down just to watch it fall.
Plus other observations on Total War: Warhammer.
As a new season descends upon the world of New Leaf, the sounds and sights of summer stir powerful memories.
Your appreciation for Nintendo's weird new life sim hinges entirely on how much amusement you derive from caricatures of your friends spouting bizarre nonsense.
We speak with Katsuya Eguchi and Aya Kyogoku to learn how Nintendo's most good-natured franchise is pointing the way to company-wide change.
For a game about nothing in particular, Animal Crossing: New Leaf manages to create a remarkably engrossing world -- one that remains inviting half a year later.
New Leaf has been out for months. Why do so many gamers keep coming back?
There's far more to localizing Animal Crossing for America than simply changing Japanese words into English.
Ever get the feeling your video games are talking to you? You may not be crazy after all....
The town of Telebuni has me penned in tightly, waiting for the slaughter.
Curious what the big deal is about Nintendo's quirky attempt at the simulation genre?
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