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Hands-on with Madden NFL Mobile, freemium football's comeback player of the year

EA's officially licensed sim still needs tweaks, but it's a big improvement over last year's free-to-play disaster.

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Missing pieces: Wasteland 2's release date, how to go hands-on with Civ: Beyond Earth, and more must-know games news

Plus Firaxis hosts its own Civilization-based conference, World of WarCraft gets a discount, and Super Meat Boy Forever.

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How to use a game controller with your Mac

Have a spare DualShock 4 controller? Why not use it to play games on your Mac? Chris Breen explains how.

on macworld.com

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You Should Play: Max Gentlemen

Victorian-era musclemen burst through their shirts and stack hats in this weird, charming free mobile game.

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Hands-on with Swing Copters, the Flappy Bird creator's vertical (and very frustrating) new game

Is it another smash hit, or does this one-tap successor crash and burn?

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Choose to play for the Light Side or Dark Side in Star Wars: Commander

Disney and Lucasfilm's new combat strategy game plays out differently depending on which side you pick.

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Metro Redux review: The definitive way to play Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light

Deep Silver has released "Director's Cut" versions of both Metro games, but should you jump in? Our impressions (and plenty of screenshots) inside.

on pcworld.com

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Missing Pieces: Metal Gear Solid on PC, new Rollercoaster Tycoon, and more gaming news

It's time for Solid Snake to get on Mr. Bones Wild Ride. Plus the PS4 reigns supreme again, Michel Ancel is back, and other gaming news for the week of August 11.

on pcworld.com

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You Should Play: Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake

This adorable, charming environmental puzzle game is fun for everyone!

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14 games that feel like school

These games teach you stuff, some of it even kind of useful. At least, that’s what you should tell people.

on pcworld.com