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Those who purchase both versions of Super Smash Bros. are in for a treat.
A new mode lets players play cut-down versions of Nintendo classics.
New racing game channels the spirit of the classic Micro Machines series, featuring small cars racing across strange locations.
Compete online or on the couch with customized battle cars.
Lucy and Katie breakdown all the best bits from the salvo of new Smash Bros. information.
The sequel to Red Barrels' terrifying survival horror is coming for you with new surprises.
Mewtwo will soon be joining the ranks of the Super Smash Bros. fighters.
Level up your Amiibos, gain unique gifts from other's games, and reap other rewards from playing Smash with the NFC figurines.
Alfredo and Destin are back to talk about the hotfix. What got a buff, and what got nerfed. Also, no more easy Templar! Sorry folks.
Four IGN employees sat down to discuss how Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel turned out.
Upcoming first person shooter Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege is looking to differentiate itself from the pack of FPS games by going back to its roots and removing respawns from multi-player matches.
Vince sits down with Iron Galaxy's Alex Jebailey to break down the launch trailer for Killer Instinct's second season of content.
Ubisoft details how long Far Cry 4 is and new features announced for Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire Also, Amazon announces 4 new games, and WWE DLC announced.
The action-platformer is out now worldwide.
We talk to the writer of the upcoming Mortal Kombat X comic to learn who's in it and what it's about.
How a seemingly simple change can make for an entirely different FPS experience from what is now considered the norm.
What's Driveclub's problem?! Greg, Colin, and Jared discuss on the Internet's No. 1 PlayStation podcast.
This tower-defense game is just as addictive as 2008's Defense Grid: Awakening, but lacks the original's surprising heart.
The PlayStation classic has been rated for play on another platform.
Starting today, you can try out Harmonix's latest Kinect rhythm game on Xbox One and Xbox 360.