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Associate Editor Javy Gwaltney mulls over what makes his favorite game of all time, Mass Effect 2, so special.
Naughty Dog tells us why they believe diversity is important to tell stories like The Lost Legacy.
It's absurd that a platform holder's technical issues can render a player's entire downloadable library useless.
Andrew Reiner gives his final two cents on Andromeda, and explores the latest in sci-fi news.
We talk with game designer Ramone Russell about MLB the Show 17's Road to the Show storylines, Franchise mode, and more.
Here’s how Naughty Dog reimagined the character for the new standalone expansion.
Bioware's highly anticipated return to its science-fiction RPG universe marks both a familiar and new direction for the series.
Robo Recall is the best case for VR yet but the game's ill-advised marketing shows VR's continuing aimlessness.
Driver is a series that, in some ways, shares a legacy
with Grand Theft Auto, but in 2011 it tried something very different,
and we liked it a lot.
Breath of the Wild, overall, lacks the familiar recurring musical themes of past Zelda games, but many are in the game – you just have to look for them.
This cooperative card game does an amazing job of simulating seven years at Hogwarts, and also serves as a stellar introduction to the deck-building genre.
It's our right to not wear green, just as it's our right to not get pawed at by these grabby weirdos.