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Sega has revealed the next Sonic game, which looks back for inspiration.
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According to an interview with Eiji Aonuma, a bit of praise goes a long way in the world of game development.
But it's looking less like a pitched battle than a total rout.
Find out about Gul'Dan's past and where you can kill Gary Busey, all in the same place!
CD Projekt Red CEO Marcin Iwinski is ready for Sony to approve cross-platform gaming on PS4.
Jelly Deals have rounded up the best gaming and tech bargains of the week.
Don't call it "stealing." Great ideas never die, they just bounce around from game to game.
If money is no object, Nvidia has a video card for you.
Tune in for the Blue Blur's quarter-century birthday party, and see the (probable) reveal of the next Sonic game.
Do too many cooks spoil the broth? Or is it a case of the more, the merrier? Both are true in Overcooked.
Bob, Nadia and Mike assemble to discuss the interesting indie mix of Firefly and Dwarf Fortress, Blizzard's matriarchal sniper, and Square's attempt to capture Chrono Trigger nostalgia.
The off-kilter Taewkondo master returns next week.
Without a multiplayer component, is there really much point to Pokémon?
Thanks to veteran game developer Aric Wilmunder, you can now check out the Indiana Jones adventure that could have been.
The Japanese developer is creating the first Apple Watch-exclusive RPG.
Try some Blast Ball before you decide you hate Blast Ball.
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Legendary Entertainment gotta catch all that Pokemon movie money.
The newest Overwatch addition gives healers a chance to take more of an active role.
Nintendo's still in the black this year, with sales and profits down.
Get ready for more lightning-fast, dot-eating, ghost-munching micro-challenges as Pac-Man makes his return.
Niantic's special wish is to make a Game of Thrones-flavored version of Pokémon GO. Would it attract people who consider themselves "too old" for Pokémon GO?
The loss of an athlete highlights the potential dangers of such an amazing sport.
The Xbox One is still struggling for Microsoft, regardless of how the company tries to spin the numbers.
Use this mapping tool to find nearby Pokémon.1
A list of rewards for leveling up in Pokémon Go.
Tips for gym battles in Pokémon GO.
Get more Candy and Stardust to strengthen your Pokémon in Pokémon GO.
Level up your trainer in Pokémon Go with these tips.
Earn extra Pokécoins in Pokémon Go.1
How to evolve your Eevee into one of its elemental types: Vaporeon, Flareon, or Jolteon.
Hatch eggs to obtain new pokémon in Pokémon Go.
How to get and use each item in Pokémon Go.
The best ways to find rare species in Pokémon Go.
The best places to look for Pokémon based on type.
Bag a bargain on a new PS4 console, games and accessories this coming Black Friday.1
Get a bargain Xbox One Slim, games, accessories and more.
From hints and tips to features and news, here's everything USGamer's staff has covered about Pokémon GO, the mobile game phenomenon from Niantic, Nintendo, and The Pokémon Company.
Catch 'em all? Sure! But when it really comes down to it, the question always goes back to, "What are the best Pokemon?"
Learn which Pokémon are the most powerful in Pokémon GO.
If Pokémon GO is eating up your smartphone's battery power, try these handy power-saving tricks.5
Tips for catching them all in Pokémon Go.
Getting ready to tangle with Capcom's colossal beasts? Don't forget to bring along the essentials.1
Learn how to start with Pikachu in Pokémon Go.
You’ll need a mod to find this hidden image.
Earn S Rank for every delivery mission.
Earn money fast in LEGO Star Wars.
Build the Pitching Machine in Fallout 4.
How to use the Junk Mortar in Fallout 4.1
How to build the Heavy Weapon Forge in Fallout 4.
How to build the Food Processor in Fallout 4.1
How to build the Pyrotechnics Mill.