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PS4 coming to Korea on Dec. 17 by Emily Gera

Australian government to review classifications of 12 video games by Jenna Pitcher

Colossatron: Massive World Threat trailer highlights Powernodes and wacky characters by Jenna Pitcher

Deathfire: Ruins of Nethermore hits Kickstarter by Megan Farokhmanesh

Microsoft on Valve's move into consoles: 'It's not an easy transition' by Tracey Lien


From Warlords to Puzzle Quest: The journey of a video game pioneer by Richard Moss

How pinball wizards are defining the game's future by Dave Tach


Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games

Call of Duty: Ghosts



Pokemon X/Y Discussions by Cobaltios

Your Thoughts on Biennial Releases by Vince604

Next Gen Spying Controversy by komoesc

Xbox One - Disc or Digital by MicroNerd95

Let's Sketch Polygon: Draw the video game image above you. by Shaun McIlroy


What’s a zambie?

A zombie from Boston.

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