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Black Friday Survival Guide: 15 Apps to Hunt Down Deals, Parking, and More

These 15 apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone 7 can help you save money and time on your post-Thanksgiving shopping frenzy.

Flip a Coin or Roll a Die With RandomMagic

Can't make a decision? Let RandomMagic help you decide.

Review: The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Makes Exceptional Use of Wii Motion Controls

The Wii8 clicks gets one last chance to make good on its potential in Link's latest adventure. Is Nintendo successful, or were we really better off with traditional controllers after all?

Review: Saints Row: The Third Offers Highly Flexible Gameplay

A consistently improving open-world franchise embraces its inner-cheesiness.

Review: Rayman: Origins Impresses With Amazing Graphics

Rayman: Origins is a more than worthy successor to an unfairly forgotten platforming classic.

Review: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Provides Mayhem and Wonder Galore

Wonder comes in many forms in Skyrim, and Bethesda shows us this wonder in many places and in many ways in one of their most enjoyable games yet.

Skyrim: Bethesda's Strange, Beguiling, Magnificent Dance with Dragons

In Bethesda's exquisite Elder Scrolls roleplaying epic, you'll play a game of dragons and witness a clash of thrones.

Review: Super Mario 3D Land Has a Gimmick That Works

Finally, a game for the Nintendo 3DS that makes you actually want to turn on 3D.

Review: Metal Gear Solid HD Collection Offers Nostalgia in High Definition

This year’s nostalgic renaissance continues with a stellar up-rezzing of three of the Metal Gear saga's best and brightest.

Review: Cave Story 3D Is Compelling Despite Unsubstantial New Content

This exploration-based side-scroller shines on Nintendo's 3D handheld, even if it isn't as jam-packed with new content as one might hope.

Review: Sonic Generations Is Great for Old and New Fans Alike

The most pre-ordered Sonic game in history is one that fans old and new should pick up.

Aurora: An Intense Game of Intergalactic Exploration and Expansion

Lose yourself in the deep gameplay and old-school graphics of Aurora.

Review: To the Moon Engages Without Heavy Action

Despite its sobering lack of heavy action, To the Moon is a thought-provoking experience that'll keep you engaged from beginning to end.