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Pokemon Go New Year's event: Everything you need to know!

The Pokémon Go New Year's Event is now over but there'll be more to come!

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Star Knight: A strong platformer with a fun but steep difficulty curve

Mobile touchscreens have often fallen flat in delivering a proper platformer experience. Star Knight is a pleasant exception, as the game accepts the limitations of mobile gaming and tweaks the gameplay to overcome most of the control shortcomings.

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How to get Luigi, Yoshi, and other playable characters in Super Mario Run

The name of the game may be Super Mario Run, but several characters from the Mushroom Kingdom also make an appearance in the mobile game. Here's how to play with them!

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How to get every medal in Pokémon Go

How do you get gold for all the medals in Pokémon Go? Some just take time. Others... take a little bit more. Here's the deal!

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Pokémon Go Events: Here's what's next!

The next Pokémon Go nest migration is expected to occur at 7 p.m ET / 4 p.m PT on Wednesday, January 25 in North America. Here are the details!

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Best Apple Watch face for Pokémon Go

What's the best Pokémon Go face for Apple Watch? Here are my favorites!

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Super Mario Run: How to win Toad Rally

Toad Rally can be difficult, especially if you aren’t sure how to win, but with these tips and tricks, you’ll be climbing the leaderboards, levelling up your kingdom, and unlocking playable characters in no time!

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How to hatch Pichu, Togepi, and Gen 2 babies in Pokémon Go!

How do you hatch the Gen 2 babies — Pichu, Togepi, Cleffa, Igglybuff, Magby, Smoochum, Elekid, and Tyrogue — in Pokémon Go? Like this!

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How to catch holiday (Santa) Pikachu and Raichu in Pokémon Go!

Today's the last day to catch SANTACHU — the Santa hatted Pikachu! Here's how to catch him!

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A Bluetooth controller fixes everything wrong with the NES Classic

For everything that's great about the NES Classic — and there's a lot that is really fun here — one glaring black mark remains. Or, rather, remained.

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