Kat kicks off her Let's Play of Final Fantasy IV by bombing a village, conning a prince, and killing lots of wildlife.
Bob, Jeremy, Kat, and Nadia swing their way toward victory with Capcom's Bionic Commando.
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Before he vanished from the public eye, Mega Man's original creator left the world with this final gift.
It's like a marathon, but with an N in place of the R. We begin at the beginning, with the original Mega Man for NES!
Bob takes on 15 minutes of Madagascar in the long-awaited next installment of Naughty Dog's blockbuster series.
But who can get the furthest without losing a life? Therein lies the rub!
A comprehensive video guide to the best games of the NES, from 1985 to 1994, with helpful advice on where to find these classic masterpieces legally!
The newest consoles are a little light on must-have RPGs yet, but that just means now is the perfect time to catch up on the greats from last generation.
From Pac-Man to Metal Gear Solid, we highlight the importance of sound effects in games.
Take a look at how the undead have changed over the years with our video tour of zombies through the generations.
25 years ago, Atari gave us the Lynx. We count down its 10 best all-American games.
More than a dozen different developers have tried their hand at creating Sonic's adventures, but all Sonic games are definitely not created equal. Whose are best? Consider the facts and weigh in!
We lament the most tragic losses to result from the end of Nintendo's Internet service for Wii and DS games.
We've picked out 10 of them. Load up your shiny new Vita slim with these last-gen greats!
Heroes don't always win and superhero games aren't always good. Here's a few of the absolute worst.
10 years after Game Boy revolutionized portable games, its creator took a swing at creating a faithful follow-up.
Camelot's latest tries to offer up laughs alongside hardcore golfing. Sometimes, it succeeds.
The floodgates have opened and we finally have some more concrete information on Ubisoft's Watch Dogs.
The second installment in the music game series brings new characters, new modes and a whole heap of classic songs.
The engine developer is offering its latest creation for only $19 a month.
Watch Dogs gets a firm release date and we learn why the game was delayed in the first place.
Drunken Robot Pornography is totally not what you think it is, unless you think it's a first-person bullet-hell arena shooter.
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!
The new version of Tomb Raider isn't worth a double-dip, but it stands far ahead what has come before.
Despite the currently running alpha test being subject to a non-disclosure agreement, players have been sharing footage. Catch it while you can.
The game streaming service grew immensely last year.
Take a peek at the upcoming games we're currently most excited about.
Everquest Next is doing something no MMO has attempted before: smushing Minecraft and Molten Core together. Yeah, Mike and Cass had the same response.
I'd buy that for a dollar. Actually, no, I'm all right; I think I'll open a savings account instead.
We all have plenty of favorite gaming memories. But what about our very earliest one? The team looks way, way back into their childhoods to figure that out.
The USgamer team (and some of the extended USG family) reminisce about their most treasured gaming possessions.
Is this the beginning of a big shift for gaming-related video content creators?
Here's all the winners and announcements from this year's version of Spike TV's Video Game Awards show.
USgamer brings you some of the best deals coming at you this weekend and next week.
Much as the title would suggest, we find ourselves feeling a little uncertain about the merits of this eccentric but repetitive Gauntlet-alike.
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.
How A Link Between Worlds defines Zelda's future by revisiting (and rewriting) its past.
We locked ourselves in a hotel room with Sony’s new system for two days, and here’s what we saw.
Prospective Xbox One owners, this post is for you; let's talk storage.
We look back on their Mega Drive memories to celebrate 25 years of Sega's 16-bit wonder.
Quantic Dream's David Cage wants us to have a more open game industry with less labels
This new parkour platformer challenges your old-school Sonic and Mega Man skills... in 3D.
We check out Australian indie developer Witch Beam Games' upcoming manic shooter Assault Android Cactus, and how it's drawn inspiration from Radiant Silvergun, Ikaruga and the distinctive Dreamcast-era "Sega look."
UK mapping service Ordnance Survey uses its own data to create a 3.6GB Minecraft world.
An ambitious fan project has finally come to fruition -- watch it right here.
Digital Foundry's John Linneman explores the drastic effect the recent Zone of the Enders HD patch had on performance.
Wondering what the indies have been up to last week? Releasing games, that's what. Lots o'em.
Sony Online shows off two different products with the Everquest Next name.
Plenty of great things happened in 2013, but as you can probably guess from the title - that's not what we're talking about here. Nope. This is all about the bad stuff. The disappointments. The disasters. The dreadful decisions.
Mario and Luigi leapt into their first starring roles in an arcade adventure its creators seem oddly eager to forget.
A new studio, headed up by a veteran of the Xbox project, aims to create games that are driven primarily by sound.
It was a simple enough question: What's your most treasured game? The the USgamer team's answers proved anything but that.
"Xenogears, that's the type of game that relieves my fears." We're right there with you, Del.
An MMO novice talks to Naoki Yoshida, the man tasked with reinventing Final Fantasy XIV from the ground up, and likes what he hears.
Uwe Rosenberg's board game Agricola has finally arrived on the App Store. This ain't no FarmVille.
Nintendo gave us its E3 Nintendo Direct at some ungodly hour this morning; the USG team gives its thoughts on the content therein.