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Square Enix US/Europe CEO Phil Rogers promises "the best quality games possible, faster."
Plenty of great things happened in 2013, but as you can probably guess from the title - that's not what we're talking about here. Nope. This is all about the bad stuff. The disappointments. The disasters. The dreadful decisions.
With Dota 2 released, Cassandra spends some time reminiscing about how far this community-made mod has come.
How simple differences in presentation set two very similar series apart.
Is globalization enough to elevate Civilization V into the strategy game we all thought it could be in 2010?
It was a simple enough question: What's your most treasured game? The the USgamer team's answers proved anything but that.
30 years ago, two companies teamed up to create a global computer standard. Great video games were the guest of honor.
Our in-depth conversation with director Motomu Toriyama and producer Yoshinori Kitase digs into the details and mechanics of the grand finale of the tumultuous Final Fantasy XIII saga.
We talk to the man behind the FFV Four Job Fiesta that's sweeping the Internet (again).
Uwe Rosenberg's board game Agricola has finally arrived on the App Store. This ain't no FarmVille.
An interview with the creators of Lightning Returns yields an unexpected (but intriguing) turnabout.
PopCap's recent announcement that Plants vs. Zombies 2 will be free-to-play has many players concerned - and with good reason.
The list of PC games goes on and on and on, but we've got it down to a top ten. There's something for everyone here, from stellar RPGs, first-person shooters and challenging puzzlers.
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