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Video: Star Wars Battlefront, Scrolls going offline and H1Z1 - The Eurogamer Show

Happy Fourth of July, people who care about that sort of thing! I'll be honest with you, I completely forgot the significance of today until I typed that excellent, witty and not at all dreadful sub-heading you see at the top of this page. Show More Summary

Jon Blyth on: Fixing Her Story

This article contains spoilers for Her Story. Everyone's talking about Her Story, aren't they? And I don't know about you, but when everyone else is talking about something, it's essential that I wade in there, my jaw rotating in all three axes. Show More Summary

Video: The Final Fantasy VII scenes that probably won't reach the remake

Folks way smarter and more well-adjusted than I have been able to temper their excitement over the upcoming Final Fantasy VII remake with the sobering realisation that the game will probably be a very, very long time coming, if indeed at all. Show More Summary

Batman: Arkham Knight Batgirl DLC dated, priced

Warner Bros. Interactive will release Batman: Arkham Knight story add-on Batgirl: A Matter of Family on 21st July for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. There's no mention of a PC release - which isn't surprising, since Arkham Knight's PC version has been withdrawn from further sale due to its "significant" technical issues. Show More Summary

Bungie hired Tobias from Arrested Development to write jokes for Destiny's script

David Cross, better known to Arrested Development fans as Tobias, was hired by Destiny developer Bungie to write jokes for the game's script, he's claimed. But despite being headhunted and then flown to the developer's studio, none of Cross' work was used. Show More Summary

Ultra-rare Sony PlayStation SNES console spotted, pictured

A prototype Sony PlayStation SNES - an ultra-rare piece of gaming history - has been discovered and photographed. The console, never released to the public, only exists in early prototype form. Only a couple of hundred were known toShow More Summary

Dodge bottles of bodily fluids in virtual reality festival sim Stage Presence

Stage Presence is a virtual reality festival simulator in which you play the person who has to keep the crowd entertained when everything messes up. Just released on Itch for $2.99, Stage Presence is described as a "microphone-based music festival and angry mob simulator" for PC and virtual reality headsets. Show More Summary

Reddit drama prompts gaming boards to shut themselves down

A large number of gaming subreddits - including the huge /r/gaming discussion board - have removed user access and set themselves to private, effectively shutting themselves down. Other high-profile gaming subreddits to go dark include /r/GTAV, BioShock, ClashOfClans and Elite Dangerous. Show More Summary

Keiji Inafune: video gaming's harshest critic

"Wouldn't it be nice if I could just say that I'm done and retire?" Keiji Inafune, implausibly 50, lounges on a bench, back against the wall, legs outstretched, crossed at the ankles, arms folded. The translator laughs to mask the sense of unease in the room. Show More Summary

Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! steams onto PC, PS4 next year

PC and mobile culinary hit Cook, Serve, Delicious! is getting a sequel next year. The cunningly titled Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! will launch for PC via Steam and also for PlayStation 4. It describes itself as an "intense, hardcore restaurant simulation". Show More Summary

Project X Zone 2 UK release date kicked into 2016

Namco Bandai, Capcom, and Sega crossover fighter sequel Project X Zone 2 has been delayed to 2016. That's for the game's release in both Europe and North America. It was previously scheduled to arrive here in the autumn. Japanese gamers will still get the title on time, this year. Read more…

Peter Moore recounts $1.15bn Xbox 360 Red Ring of Death saga

Video game executive Peter Moore has recounted the infamous Xbox 360 'Red Ring of Death' saga that cost Microsoft over $1bn. Soon after the launch of the Xbox 360 in 2005, some customers found their console unusable. The console's way...Show More Summary

These are the sorts of questions Nintendo gets asked by shareholders

Every year Nintendo holds its annual general meeting of shareholders, and every year the company has to field some offbeat questions. Nintendo's shareholders actually get to quiz the company's most senior executives several times a year after each quarter's financial results are announced. Show More Summary

Gothic/Risen dev reveals "edgy" new post-apoc open-world RPG ELEX

Piranha Bytes and Nordic Games have announced an "edgy, dark, uncompromising [and] complex" open-world role-playing game called ELEX for PC and "current gen consoles". It's due out winter 2016/2017. A vertical slice build of the game will be shown at Gamescom next month. Show More Summary

What does it take to run Arkham Knight smoothly on PC?

Is it actually possible to run the current, hobbled version PC of Batman: Arkham Knight at 60fps at any resolution? Indeed, is it actually capable of matching the 30fps performance profile of the console versions without investing aShow More Summary

Video: Games with awful product tie-ins

I think it's fair to say that Bungie has had an interesting time of late. First, there came the controversy over the Taken King Collector's Edition making certain content unavailable to existing players without purchasing the game a second time. Show More Summary

Formula E field coming to Forza Motorsport 6

Turn 10 and Microsoft are slowly revealing the full car list for the forthcoming Forza Motorsport 6, bolstering the 117 announced at E3 with a further 37, a batch headed up by the entire Formula E field that competed in this year's inaugural season of the new one-make championship. Show More Summary

Now there's a Splatoon mod for Team Fortress 2

A team of modders have created a makeshift Splatoon mode for Team Fortress 2. Last week, we saw how Splatoon looked in Minecraft. Now, coders have gotten the paint-based antics of Nintendo's Wii U exclusive working in Valve's popular shooter. The mod is still in an early alpha mode, but is already playable on a version of Splatoon's Port Mackerel map. Read more…

Star Wars Battlefront alpha leaked, mined for information

EA has yet to officially launch its Star Wars Battlefront closed PC alpha test, but early adopters have already been poking around its files. The alpha is due to start today, though its files were already being shared around torrent sites yesterday evening (thanks, NeoGAF). Show More Summary

Tales of Symphonia HD coming to PC next year

GameCube role-player Tales of Symphonia will get a digital PC release next year, publisher Bandai Namco has announced. The PC will get the refreshed Tales of Syphonia HD edition that launched last year for PlayStation 3. However, this...Show More Summary

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