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Hey Nintendo, Make Sure These Games Show up on DS Virtual Console

USgamer picks the best Nintendo DS games that need to show up on Wii U.

Clash of the Cards: Hearthstone vs. SolForge

Hearthstone isn't the only digital collectible card game out there. But are its rivals any good? We put Blizzard's title up against SolForge, a title developed as a collaboration between Magic: The Gathering designer Richard Garfield and Ascension creators Stone Blade Entertainment.

Now the Internet Hivemind is Playing Hearthstone

If Twitch Plays Pokémon wasn't quite frustrating enough for you, now there's a new contender.

Hearthstone Curse of Naxxramas: Where Death is a Power-Up

Eurogamer's Tom Bramwell explored what the 30 new cards will mean for Blizzard's card strategy game.

First Hearthstone World Championships Coming to BlizzCon This November

Looks like Blizzard's taking steps to make its online CCG into a serious e-sport.

Hearthstone's First Single-Player Adventure Mode Announced

This weekend at PAX, Blizzard confirmed that its collectible card game would soon get a single-player mode.

Hearthstone Launches for iPad in Select Territories

Blizzard's collectible card game is now available on the go if you live in Canada, Australia or New Zealand; worldwide release is "soon."

Twitch Mobile Streaming Goes Live With Gameloft's Asphalt 8

Gameloft is streaming Asphalt 8 on iOS for 24 hours to show off mobile Twitch.

50 iPhone and iPad Games We Just Can't Delete

Each of the iOS-toting members of the USgamer team reveal the games they just can't bring themselves to delete, and tell you how and why they earned a permanent place on their iPhones and iPads

Out There iOS Review: Alone in the Dark

Fancy getting away from it all? Shoot yourself off into the loneliness of deep space with this intriguing, combat-free take on FTL's formula.

Miniature Mobile Motorcycles: Joe Danger Infinity iOS Review

Hello Games' latest might be the last we see of Joe Danger for a while. Last hurrah or quiet slide into obscurity?

Rolling Rocks: The Digital Translation of Tabletop Gaming

Eurogamer's Stace Harman explores the growing trend of digital board games.

GTA: San Andreas Coming to Mobile

Rockstar's sprawling open-world PS2 adventure will soon be in your pocket.

Xbox One Launch: Live From the City of the Dead

While some enjoyed glitzy Xbox One launch events, most secured their systems under far more mundane conditions. This is one such story.

The Top 15 Best iOS Games of 2013 That You Must Play

Curious what the best iPhone and iPad games of 2013 are? We've got the top selections of this year right here.

Hearthstone: Blizzard's Secret Weapon

Eurogamer's Richard Cobbett asks what's in the cards for Warcraft's new cousin, and the future it predicts?

FTL Expansion and iPad Version Coming Early Next Year

Matthew Davis and Justin Ma's real-time spaceship sim roguelike-like is getting a huge free update.

How to Make Your PC Run Faster and Smoother for Free

Want to make your PC run a little faster? Here are a bunch of easy, low-tech ways to squeeze a little more performance out of your PC.

Happy Birthday, Gabriel Knight

As Jane Jensen celebrates the 20th birthday of one of her most beloved creations with an all-new remake, we look back on a game that helped bring the medium into a new era of mature, thoughtful interactive entertainment.

JPgamer: Dragons in Your Pocket

This week in our roundup of all things Japanese, we talk the Dragon Quest I-VIII iOS ports and what Idea Factory International are up to, plus news on Drakengard 3, that Dengeki Bunko fighting game and a Kickstarter that may be of interest to dating sim fans.

Mysterious Cities of Gold Kickstarter Hits Target

The upcoming adaptation of the classic animation will get localized.

Farewell to Ultima

Eurogamer's Rich Stanton checks out the new, free-to-play installment of the classic series and... well, see for yourself.

Space Hulk Review

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

Horror Adventure Home Hits iOS

Creepy psychological horror title Home comes to mobile platforms, with all its unnerving atmosphere intact.

XCOM for iOS Costs $20, and That's Not a Bad Thing

At $20, the long-awaited iOS version of the new XCOM is expensive for a mobile app. But it's worth your support.

Classic Board Game Agricola Hits iOS App Store

Uwe Rosenberg's board game Agricola has finally arrived on the App Store. This ain't no FarmVille.

Animal Crossing: New Leaf Review

To (mis)quote Poe, the latest Animal Crossing has you "toiling for the bells / For the bells, bells, bells, bells / Bells, bells, bells" -- again. Is that enough?

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.

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