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IGN Scrubs All of Ex-Editor's Articles from Site After Even More Instances of Plagiarism Revealed

Ex-editor might have plagiarized everything from reviews to his own LinkedIn page.

IGN Outlines How its Editorial Department Will Cover Humble Bundle Services [Update]

Update with statement from IGN's co-founder and CCO.

IGN's Purchase of Video Game Publisher Humble Bundle Raises Business Concerns [Update]

A video game outlet owning a video game publisher could spell trouble.

Watch Dogs PS4 Review: Game of Phones

Ubisoft's Watch_Dogs was set to be a next generation launch title, but ended up being delayed at the very last moment. Is it worth the extra six-month wait? Oh yes. Oh yes indeed.

Exploring Game Boy's True Successor, Bandai WonderSwan

10 years after Game Boy revolutionized portable games, its creator took a swing at creating a faithful follow-up.

Watch Dogs on PS4 Is "Pretty Fricking Close" to the PC Version

The floodgates have opened and we finally have some more concrete information on Ubisoft's Watch Dogs.

CCP Finally Cancels World of Darkness, Ending Eight Years of Development

The last life left in CCP's online adaptation of the World of Darkness pen-and-paper game has been snuffed out.

JPgamer: Demon Gaze is an Unabashedly Old-School Dungeon Crawler

In this week's JPgamer, Pete delves into the strange, wonderful and suspiciously grid-based world of Kadokawa Games' Demon Gaze, coming soon to the West courtesy of NIS America.

Old PC Classics That Still Deliver an Epic Experience

Many of today's greatest PC games are sequels or spiritual successors to earlier versions that are still hugely fun to play all these years later. We check out the very best of them, and explain why they've become timeless classics.

Ubisoft Will Support PS3 & 360 For Many More Years

The publisher isn't leaving behind the old generation of consoles anytime soon.

Epic Games Reaches For Everyone With Unreal Engine 4 Subscription Fee

The engine developer is offering its latest creation for only $19 a month.

Dark Souls 2 Guide: No-Man's Wharf, Beat the Flexile Sentry

Our Dark Souls 2 guide continues with a journey through No-Man's Wharf, the battle that happens when you summon the ship - and how to beat the Flexile Sentry.

Watch Dogs Coming May 27, Was Too "Repetitive" Before Delay

Watch Dogs gets a firm release date and we learn why the game was delayed in the first place.

Drunken Robot Pornography PC Review: Cleanest Game on the Internet

Drunken Robot Pornography is totally not what you think it is, unless you think it's a first-person bullet-hell arena shooter.

Bravely Default Guide Chapter 2: One day, Beneath a Blue Sky Walkthrough

Playing Bravely Default and stuck on chapter 2? Get unstuck with this section of our multi-part walkthrough.

My Little Pony Collectible Card Game Review: Rivalry is Magic

If you can't get enough of all things pony, this two-player collectible card game will see you confronting life's problems with your friends until the small hours.

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Side Quests Guide - Wildlands Walkthrough

Stuck on any Wildlands side quests? Here's where you can find help.

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Guide: Yusnaan Quests and How to Beat Snow

This comprehensive walkthrough covers the Yusnaan main quests, and how to defeat Snow to gain the Ghostly Hood.

Dungeon Keeper's Original Designer Calls Mobile Version "Ridiculous"

The outspoken Peter Molyneux says EA didn't get the balance right in the new Dungeon Keeper.

JPgamer: Bullet Heaven

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!

Tomb Raider Definitive Edition PS4 & Xbox One Review: Challenging The PC

The new version of Tomb Raider isn't worth a double-dip, but it stands far ahead what has come before.

Final Fantasy XIV Guide: Dragon Quest and FF XI Event Walkthroughs

You got your Dragon Quest in my Final Fantasy! Find out how to score yourself some puff-puff in Square Enix's rebooted MMO.

Titanfall Alpha Footage Leaks Onto the Net

Despite the currently running alpha test being subject to a non-disclosure agreement, players have been sharing footage. Catch it while you can.

Virtual Spotlight: Gradius

Get ready for Gradius to shoot your core! By which I mean "crush your self-esteem."

2014 in Preview: Can Everquest Next Take MMOs to the Next Level?

Everquest Next is doing something no MMO has attempted before: smushing Minecraft and Molten Core together. Yeah, Mike and Cass had the same response.

2013 in Review: Our Earliest Video Gaming Memories

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.

3D Ecco the Dolphin Review 3DS: Chicken of the Sea

M2 does its best to make this '90s relic a little more dolphin-safe.

VGX 2013: Titanfall's New Classes, Telltale's Borderlands Game, and No Man's Sky

Here's all the winners and announcements from this year's version of Spike TV's Video Game Awards show.

Xbox One vs. PS4: How Useful Are They As Entertainment Systems?

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.

Super Mario 3D World Walkthrough: Find All the Green Stars, Collect Everything, Beat the Game

Playing through Super Mario 3D World and want to find all the green stars and beat the entire game? Our massive, comprehensive walkthrough has everything you need to know! And we mean everything!

The Legend of Zelda and the Road Not Taken

How A Link Between Worlds defines Zelda's future by revisiting (and rewriting) its past.

Forza Motorsport 5 Xbox One Review: Flat-Out Fantastic

Turn 10 delivers a tremendous racing game - that also just happens to be a stunning demonstration of the Xbox One's capabilities.

Battlefield 4 PS4 Review: Not Quite The PC Version

DICE's first game for PlayStation 4 looks great, but it's still below the PC version when it comes to graphics.

Knack PS4 Review: Sure, It's a Kids' Game... if You Hate Kids

Sony's PlayStation 4 adventure aims to be simple and accessible, but it overshoots the mark to land at simplistic and uninteresting.

Does PlayStation 4 Live Up to Its Hype? USgamer's In-Depth Hardware Review

We locked ourselves in a hotel room with Sony’s new system for two days, and here’s what we saw.

The Humble Rise of Humble Bundle

Eurogamer's David Owen tells the modest story of an indie icon.

JPgamer: "Better Than Persona?"

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.

Road to Next-Gen: On Hard Drives and SkyDrives

Prospective Xbox One owners, this post is for you; let's talk storage.

Assassin's Creed 4 Walkthrough: How to Complete Sequences 10, 11 and 12

Here's the fourth and final part of our complete Assassin's Creed 4 Black Flag walkthrough. In this section, we're covering sequences 10 through 12.

Assassin's Creed 4 Walkthrough: How to Complete Sequences 07, 08 and 09

Welcome to Part Three of our Assassin's Creed 4 Black Flag walkthrough. In this section, we're covering how to successfully beat sequences 07, 08 and 09.

Assassin's Creed 4 Walkthrough: How to Complete Sequences 04, 05 and 06

Welcome to Part Two of our Assassin's Creed 4 Black Flag walkthrough. In this section, we're covering how to successfully beat sequences 04, 05 and 06.

Assassin's Creed 4 Walkthrough: How to Complete Sequences 01, 02 and 03

Welcome to Part One of our complete Assassin's Creed 4 Black Flag walkthrough. In this section, we're covering the prologue and sequences 01, 02 and 03.

The USgamer Community Reflects on Sega Genesis

We look back on their Mega Drive memories to celebrate 25 years of Sega's 16-bit wonder.

Indie Before It was Cool: The Umihara Kawase Story

The creator of cult classic action game Umihara Kawase discusses the inspiration and design behind one of Japan's most legendary independent action games.

Beyond: Two Souls Review

Quantic Dream's latest aims to take interactive storytelling to the next level, but it falters.

EGX: Cloudbuilt's Jet-Propelled Parkour

This new parkour platformer challenges your old-school Sonic and Mega Man skills... in 3D.

EGX: East Meets West in Assault Android Cactus' Bullet Hell

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."

For Better or Worse, Pokemon X/Y is Unabashedly Pokemon

The latest installment of Nintendo's cash cow offers some welcome changes, but few surprises.

Final Fantasy XIV’s Yoshida: PVP Creates a “Real, Living Economy”

In a post-launch interview, Mike talks with Naoki Yoshida about PVP, evolving Final Fantasy design, and bringing the East and West together.

Space Hulk Review

Plodding, ponderous and not-quite polished. Space Hulk could have been so good.

How Konami Remade Its Own HD Remake

Digital Foundry's John Linneman explores the drastic effect the recent Zone of the Enders HD patch had on performance.

Indies Did This: Season of Releases

Wondering what the indies have been up to last week? Releasing games, that's what. Lots o'em.

Pikmin 3 is the Greatest War Game I've Ever Played

The psychologically harrowing subtext of the cutest Wii U game yet

Everquest Next is All About Creation and Destruction

Sony Online shows off two different products with the Everquest Next name.

Cheating More Than Death in Dark Souls

How unscrupulous modders and hackers are destroying the Dark Souls online community.

Interview: Guild Wars 2 Game Director Talks Dungeons, Dragons and Chairs

We asked you for questions. Now Guild Wars 2's Game Director Colin Johanson, gives you the answers.

Love for the Middle Child: Mario Bros. Turns 30

Mario and Luigi leapt into their first starring roles in an arcade adventure its creators seem oddly eager to forget.

Indies Did This: Grumpy Cats, Gatling Gun-Tusked Elephants and More

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.

Close Your Eyes: Games Without Sight

A new studio, headed up by a veteran of the Xbox project, aims to create games that are driven primarily by sound.

Virtual Spotlight: Vampire, Master of Darkness

What's interesting on Virtual Console this week? Sega's bold (if flawed) Castlevania clone.

Diablo III Is Where All Hell Breaks Loose on a Comfy Couch

Thanks to subtle design tweaks and great controls, Diablo III makes the transition from PC to consoles - and feels all the better for it.

Why Animal Crossing Succeeded Where Social Games Failed

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?

Muramasa Rebirth Review

Vanillaware's masterful visuals elevate an otherwise average action game.

Call of Duty's House Divided

Ghosts' executive producer Mark Rubin discusses the tension and conflict between the series' single- and multiplayer components. Not only how the two aspects of the best-selling series are premiered, but also the fundamental philosophical difference between them.

The Rap Game[r]

"Xenogears, that's the type of game that relieves my fears." We're right there with you, Del.

A Realm Reborn, the MMO for MMO Idiots Like Me

An MMO novice talks to Naoki Yoshida, the man tasked with reinventing Final Fantasy XIV from the ground up, and likes what he hears.

Forza 5 vs Gran Turismo 6 vs Driveclub - E3 Comparison

Three new racers. Three different platforms. Which one took pole at E3?

USG Reacts to Nintendo's E3 Presentation

Nintendo gave us its E3 Nintendo Direct at some ungodly hour this morning; the USG team gives its thoughts on the content therein.

Freemium Makes Good Games Suffer

PopCap's recent announcement that Plants vs. Zombies 2 will be free-to-play has many players concerned - and with good reason.

Pokemon X and Y Guide: Which Game to Buy, Beginners Tips, What to Do, Where to go

Need some help with Pokemon X and Y? Here's what you need to know to get up and running quickly. Where to begin, what to do, where to go. super training - and what you can create with mega evolutions!