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Ryu's most excellent adventure comes to 3DS.
Sam Fisher returns in a brand-new Splinter Cell, but Sam's choices are secondary to your choices.
Ibb and Obb might look like a cute little platformer, but be careful. It'll kick your ass.
Sure, it's an all-time arcade classic, but is the Virtual Console version of this great worth bothering with?
I have to stop playing Saints Row IV and write a review? That doesn't seem fair to me, but Volition's latest is certainly worth a few words.
Rather than come up with an anonymous list of homogenized opinions, the USgamer team instead reveal their personal favorite Xbox 360 games. This has resulted in a selection of games that might surprise you - and will also probably delight you.
Can you keep your cool when the stakes are high, the A.I is frustrating and there are more policemen outside than there are stars in the sky? Payday 2 wants to know.
The well-loved, NES classic from the late '80s gets a modern makeover. But not all of its new features help improve upon the original.
It's a roguelike based on a sci-fi 4X strategy game. Can such an unholy combination really work?
Like the dinosaurs of Jurassic Park, this eShop action game recombines ancient DNA to create something completely cool.
What are the best 3DS games? Rather than try to cobble together some kind of scientific list based on extensive review research, we instead simply asked each USgamer team member to choose their own personal favorite 3DS games. The results turned out to be quite eclectic.
The same reliable Mario & Luigi role-playing action, but this time with a dogged refusal to shut up long enough to let you enjoy the game.
The best thing about DOTA 2 is its player vs player action. The worst thing about DOTA 2 is its player vs player interaction.
The cult classic shooter from the '90s is back with a bang, but has it learned anything in the last 20 years?
Give this charming but largely forgotten Kirby tale a second chance.
While its ludicrously-proportioned characters might get all the attention, Dragon's Crown is more than just a classic side-scrolling beat 'em up with a legendary boob job.
Like an army of its tiny, titular, vegetable minions, Pikmin 3 is a tasty treat that offers just enough crunch to properly satisfy.
This Tokyo Tale is tragically (but not fatally) diminished by its unfortunate adherence to rote video game conventions.
One of Sony's strangest games makes the jump to the small screen -- but is it any good in portable format? Desperate Female is interested.
EarthBound, SchmearthBound. Today's other rare, expensive classic deserves love, too.
Nadeo and Ubisoft's latest installment in the long-running arcade racer series takes us into the depths of the European countryside.
The first "true" MegaTen title in 10 years isn't just a brilliant RPG; it's also a cutting statement on the genre's decay over the past decade.
NIS America's latest is an ambitious, flawed tale of three people who just want to get married. And the problems Toki, Towa and Zack are having are far worse than the band not showing up or the caterers cooking the wrong things...
Is globalization enough to elevate Civilization V into the strategy game we all thought it could be in 2010?
Ryu, Dante and Vashyron should be the ultimate team. So what went wrong in this tactical RPG crammed to bursting with theoretically excellent character cameos?
What's interesting on Virtual Console this week? Sega's bold (if flawed) Castlevania clone.
Velocity Ultra, a combination of vertically-scrolling shoot 'em up and brain-frying puzzle game from British developer FuturLab, is the latest "must-purchase" title for the rapidly improving PlayStation Vita platform.
A classic game soundtrack enjoys a small but pleasant revision.
All hail the conquering control scheme! We see how Dennaton improved an already amazing title.
Now in its fourth iteration, the latest Duels of the Planeswalkers continues to push the series forward, and offers one of the cheapest and most enjoyable ways to get into this classic collectible card game.
Ever wondered what would happen if the Belmont bloodline had a few genetic defects along the way? Wonder no longer.
Highly addictive obsession for some, throwaway garbage for others, Puzzle and Dragons is one of the most successful - and polarizing - games of the last twelve months.
Square Enix revisits its coolest soundtrack with a blistering live rendition.
At last we see why Luigi lives in his older brother's shadow: The Mushroom Kingdom has it out for him.
Is Game & Wario a warning that Nintendo is becoming the type of company it made fun of in the original WarioWare?
The sequel to Wayforward's action puzzler may have you questioning your gaming skill.
The joy of playing a pair of utterly brilliant, twelve-year-old Game Boy Color classics for the first time results in a review that needs no score.
The return of the king (of sidescrolling arcade beat-em-ups).
Naughty Dog forges a new path with The Last of Us. They've stepped into the survival genre, looking to push the bar with visuals and storytelling. Were they successful?
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?
Casual explorers need not apply; this one's for the old-timers who pine for the RPG's early days.
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