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Ever wanted to make your own game but don't want to learn all that pesky coding? Enter Pixel Press.
The third phase of beta testing for Square-Enix's relaunched MMO begins today and continues over the weekend.
Uwe Rosenberg's board game Agricola has finally arrived on the App Store. This ain't no FarmVille.
Changes are afoot for the Achievements system on Xbox One; here's what's new.
A video demonstrating the PlayStation 4's interface has been doing the rounds. Let's take a closer look at it.
Pixelated survival horror adventure Lone Survivor is making the jump to Sony platforms with a wealth of new bits and pieces.
If you've been hoarding Microsoft Points for a rainy day, you might want to think about spending them.
The Farm 51 and Nordic Games' first-person Indiana Jones-'em-up is headed our way in September.
Will EA let you trade-in your PS4 and Xbox One games? "Probably," says a senior exec.
Index, parent company of Atlus, is reportedly under investigation by the Japanese authorities.
On the off-chance you haven't yet played all the Metal Gear games, you'll be able to get caught up next month.
An upcoming simulation from Bohemia Interactive takes you to the surface of the Red Planet.
Yukio Futatsugi is interested in crowdfunding a follow-up to his Xbox cult classic, but there are hurdles to clear
Nintendo gave us its E3 Nintendo Direct at some ungodly hour this morning; the USG team gives its thoughts on the content therein.
Atlus has announced one of its first next-gen games - a first-person perspective psychological thriller built on Unreal Engine 4.
Nintendo's E3 presentation was this morning - was it enough to make the Wii U a contender against the might of next-gen?
It's widely agreed that Sony delivered what is commonly referred to as a "sick burn" to Microsoft this E3, but what of the rest of the presentation?
Sony was keen to impress on us that the PS4 was "for gamers" - here's the lowdown on what Microsoft's biggest rival had to show us.
The USgamer gang weighs in on Ubisoft's E3 press conference - you can too. What did you think of the new titles like The Division?
Ubisoft's E3 press conference was somewhat muted compared to past years, but that doesn't mean there wasn't some interesting stuff on show.
EA dropped a few interesting nuggets of info on us during their press conference, but it was mostly quite predictable. USG editors weigh in.
EA's E3 conference today was mostly predictable, but there was much rejoicing heard as Mirror's Edge 2 was announced.
A ton of info was dropped on us during Microsoft's press conference, but what did we think of it? More to the point, what do you think?
Microsoft's E3 press conference today was indeed, as promised, "all about the games" - Metal Gear Solid V, Titanfall and much more.
Online check-ins, restrictions on used games and privacy concerns... is the Xbox One really that bad?
Upcoming psychological horror game looks utterly terrifying.
Quirky JRPG offers a puzzling twist on the genre as you struggle to identify your enemies from the clues they give.
PES 2014's new engine, Snake's new actor and Lords of Shadow spoilers. No Suikoden, though.
Resourceful modders put GRID 2 players back in the driving seat.
Fan-made YouTube project aims to voice-act all of controversial visual novel Katawa Shoujo.
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