Octopath Traveler has inspired the artistic direction of upcoming remakes, but is HD-2D actually popularizing pixel art – or homogenizing it?
Immunity, resistance and vulnerability are deceptively tricky in Dungeons & Dragons. Throw in magic damage types and some new players may be confused.
Several conversations in Stardew Valley all but confirm the Wizard, and not Pierre, is Abigail's biological father.
Despite releasing over two decades ago, the original Devil May Cry hasn't received a remake. However, there's a good reason for this.
The Soulsborne community is known for its lore masters and deep reads, looking for hidden layers that make every single game relevant to the next.
Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Is The Weirdest Puzzle Crossover Game That No One Played
Lovers of puzzle and mystery games have long flocked to Ace Attorney and Professor Layton. Too many of those fans missed out on their crossover game.
The seventh console generation is responsible for gaming's greatest triumphs and most egregious mistakes, but did it do more harm than good?
The Super Saiyan God skill in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 takes a little elbow grease, but it's a worthwhile skill to grind for.
Replaying a classic like Castlevania is a great opportunity to play the games in the right, narrative order.
Bulbasaur, Squirtle and Charmander will always be the most nostalgic Starter Pokémon, but are they still the very best after all these years?
While each farm layout in Stardew Valley offers something special, Four Corners takes everything good about the others and combines them into one.
Second Dinner has just announced a new set of changes to Marvel Snap cards in the August 3rd OTA balance updates, releasing some exciting new buffs.
Red Dead Redemption 2's Roger Clark is the latest in a long line of beloved video game voice actors to take a hardline stance against AI voices.
Of all the cards that players can get a hold of in Marvel Snap, Strong Guy is currently the least used, prompting questions regarding how to fix it.
Many children of the 90s remember their first video games and they have a lot in common. Here is a retrospective on three of the most beloved.