We catch up the editor behind those viral Animal Crossing edits you've probably been seeing around lately.
Somehow it isn't Claude or Edelgard.
Will Kojima ghost the rap mogul?
Bethesda confirms that Gina Bruno's Twitter account was hacked and that the recent tweets are not hers.
ArenaNet's President took to the Guild Wars 2 forums to address the situation.
There are several layers of irony at play here.
Missing the forest for the trees.
From the director of BioShock 2 to even a Star Wars film director, everyone's sharing what video games helped define their personalities and work.
Waluigi doesn't deserve this character assassination. Let the man play tennis in peace!
Next you'll tell me Metroid is a really cool bounty hunter.
The Russian Ministry of Defense was quickly made fun of for the error.
Sometimes it's hard work, sometimes it's a random word generator.
The designer behind Katamari Damacy is inspiring people again.
With shmup specialists Cave seemingly pulling out of the West, what better time to have a look back at some of their best work? Three, two, one, go!
Despite the currently running alpha test being subject to a non-disclosure agreement, players have been sharing footage. Catch it while you can.
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.
We locked ourselves in a hotel room with Sony’s new system for two days, and here’s what we saw.
In this week's Japanese gaming column, we discuss the recent crop of Japanese role-playing games -- and whether any have truly bettered Atlus' slice-of-life-with-monsters classic.
That anime about giant, people-eating monsters that is really about societal anxiety now has new fan game.
We asked you for questions. Now Guild Wars 2's Game Director Colin Johanson, gives you the answers.
Wanna prove to your friends you know cool indie games better than they do? Indies Did This, a weekly take on what everyone is working on, has you covered.
Seemingly everyone is playing Nintendo's new life sim at the moment -- even those who would never normally touch social games. What's Nintendo done differently to the hundreds of Facebook game developers out there?