From thirsty gods to avaricious raccoons, these were our favorite games in 2020.
Originally a PlayStation Vita exclusive, now arriving on North American Switches.
Hades, Final Fantasy 7 Remake, and Among Us did get some well-earned love too.
The studio says it's waiting a little bit longer.
Michael Booth joins Anna Sweet, CEO of Bad Robot Games, on a journey from Valve to VR to JJ.
In a year full of other adaptation news, you might've forgotten we're due for a Wake-up call on TV.
Red Thread's dystopian road trip may end up being the first title published by David Cage's newly independent studio.
A chat with the ghost in the machine.
Jesse Faden's bringing Haven, Va-11 Hall-A, and cheap three-month subscriptions with her.
A report from Vice sheds light on the inspiration behind one of the PS5's biggest features.
There's something mysterious afoot next summer.
Next up, we might finally start to hear about casting.
Supergiant and Naughty Dog have racked up the nods at this year's Keighley-tastic show.
The hyperbole surrounding the story of Bugsnax is a bit much, don't you think?
The Blaseball team's house-of-cards adventure is coming to new platforms.
It has a fair bit of new content, too.
If you're partial to the English dub, you'll be treated to a new version of the "Dame da ne" song.
"Outbreak Day" isn't a thing anymore, by the by.
Cyan is rebuilding the 1993 classic from the ground-up for VR as well as flatscreen play.
PlayStation's version of Game Pass, it seems.
Vanillaware's latest is a twisty sci-fi melodrama, with a bland side of RTS.
An island murder mystery where discovery is intoxicating, even if the climax falls flat.
Nacon says it "emphatically rejects" the statement from Frogwares on a factual basis.
Oculus VR products and the studio publishing branch will keep the name.
A contract dispute has led to the disappearance of this Lovecraftian story from some storefronts.
Celebrate the end of summer with a murder mystery.
After a few hours with Vanillaware's latest, producer Akiyasu Yamamoto tells us more about the 1980s-set mecha vs. kaiju epic.
The narrative trek through the woods is getting another shot at the cinema.
Craig Mazin says there's an old idea that he and Neil Druckmann "have to do" for the series.
A club for the end of the world.
With additional gameplay fixes and adjustments on the way.
Dontnod addresses, in both spoiler and non-spoiler terms, many questions folks likely have.
Future patches are in the works.
He's also teasing upcoming news on Xbox working "directly with Japanese creators."
Former Arkane president Raphael Colantonio talks going indie, incorporating his band's music, and sheds light on how WolfEye is working on Weird West together, apart.
Percolators and purgatory.
Nothing to see here but the stream, folks.
In its quest for cloud dominance, Stadia's getting more content to call its own.
We speak to Gamious co-founder Jos Bouman about Lake.
The creator has put out an apology for the original scenes.
Kiryu's story is moving along on both Xbox and Game Pass in lock-step.
Time will tell if "improving the title" means fixing that frame rate up.
The follow-up to Man of Medan now has an October release in its sights.
"Dammit" might've been a bit odd coming from Ellie by herself, but Hoppus makes it work.
This vampire party is bloodier than usual.
Could Rockstar be throwing its weight behind a triple-A open-world VR title?
How chance connections helped these brothers continue making the things they enjoy.
You could say the notion is being left behind.
He also says he's still not involved with 2K's new BioShock.
Puhuhuhuhu- *ahem* Neat.
Neil Druckmann and Halley Gross discuss how the story changed over time.
Developers working on games for PS5 and Xbox Series X weigh in on what we can expect from those new solid-state hard drives.
The studio will continue its work with virtual reality as part of Oculus Studios.
Naughty Dog's latest shot to the top of the UK sales charts, setting records along the way.
Don't expect a return to Possum Springs.
Red Thread's building a journey through the Divided States of America.
Who says you can't go home?
Remedy confirms that the Bureau will return for another generation.
Supermassive's next game is taking a little extra time due to real-world circumstances.
Seems like some Portal will be in the mix too?
We could've been in for another Uncharted 4-style hat-tip.
If Found is about the pain of change, and the growth that comes of that struggle.
Noting that many won't buy a PS5 "for a couple of years," Sony sees a "responsibility" to serve its PS4 base.
A new report says Sony is outlining next-gen compatibility for current devs.
You know there'll be a flood of up-close comparisons once the game launches.
Hey, Ellie, do you know what Vita means?
This may be the last big preview of what Naughty Dog has in store for us.
Out of sight, out of mind.
It'll basically lead right up to the release of The Last of Us Part 2.
Here's our guide on everything you need to know about the camp system in Red Dead Redemption 2, including how to keep your companions happy.
Fern on the console, fern on the controller, fern on whatever you'd like.
Here's our complete beginner's guide to Red Dead Redemption 2, detailing all the essential tips and more that you need to know going into the huge game.
Sony Interactive Entertainment Worldwide Studios is a lot to type, so why not make things simpler?
Last of Us Part 2 does feature violence against dogs, but Naughty Dog isn't the one saying that's something to be "excited" about.
"No matter what you've seen, or heard, or read, nothing compares to playing this thing from beginning to end."
There's been a lot of speculation but little confirmation.
If you've seen them, please don't share them.
PlayStation's summer blockbusters set some revised launch dates.
First announced in 2016, you can pre-order the 11-song album now.
The FMV mystery hits Switch, PS4, and Xbox One on Tuesday.
Rutger Hauer's cyberpunk detective is back for an encore.
Disaster Report returns to the West, only now it's without what made the oddball series special in the first place.
From a winemaking sim to a kickball brawler, there's lots to play right now.
Mediatonic's new detective game promises to serve up picross puzzles with pizazz. The result certainly ticks a lot of the right boxes.
Please choose between sneaking to Kiev or Carolina...
Media Molecule says "that's just us being devs and exploring."
Brush up on your detective work and drill those nonograms.
From smartphones to tablets, these are the best games you can get on your iOS and Android devices. Now updated for 2020!
This quaint love story is finding a few new homes.
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