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One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 sets sail for the West

In more "I can't believe they're localising this for Europe" news, Bandai Namco has announced it's localising One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 for Europe. The One Piece: Pirate Warriors series fuses Japanese manga series One Piece with Koei Tecmo's Dynasty Warriors style gameplay. Show More Summary

Japanese crossover fighting game J-STARS Victory VS + heads to Europe

Well this is one game we never expected to make it outside Japan. Bandai Namco has confirmed crossover fighting game J-STARS Victory VS +, which launched in Japan in March 2014, will launch in Europe during the summer of 2015. That's for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and Vita. Show More Summary

Halo 3: ODST campaign coming to Halo: The Master Chief Collection as DLC

Microsoft will add the Halo 3: ODST campaign to Xbox One exclusive first-person shooter Halo: The Master Chief Collection. Halo 3: ODST, created by Bungie for release in 2009 to fill the gap between Halo 3 and Halo: Reach, will be released as downloadable content for Halo: The Master Chief Collection at some point in 2015. Show More Summary

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is 2014's Christmas number one

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is the UK's Christmas 2014 number one. Activision's aggressive price promotion on PlayStation 4 sparked a 33 per cent rise in sales last week, fending off stiff competition from rival publisher EA's FIFA 15, which saw an eight per cent rise in sales. Show More Summary

Star Citizen progress continues with Arena Commander 1.0 launch

Star Citizen developer Cloud Imperium Games has launched Arena Commander 1.0, the latest version of the space game's dogfighting module. Arena Commander lets players get used to their ships in Free Flight mode, and battle computer-controller ships and other players. Show More Summary

Back from the Brink: the new Splash Damage

At Splash Damage, the studio famed for its long line of competitive, collaborative shooters, there's always been an odd and irresistible blend of cockiness and nerdishness. When its founder and CEO Paul Wedgwood takes a group of journalists...Show More Summary

Origin System's unmade games and rejected ideas

There's a dichotomy in the games industry. Major releases measure their development time in years and their budgets run to the millions, but designers can be prone to new ideas every day. So, what do you if you're working on one game...Show More Summary

Xbox One vs PlayStation 4: Year One

One year on, what have the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 delivered in real terms? Graphical complexity, image definition and fidelity are a night and day difference compared to their last-gen counterparts, with Sony commanding the technological...Show More Summary

Castlevania's Vampire Killer beats

Castlevania is a series with heritage. Since its introduction in 1986 it's rarely skipped a year, with 40 released titles spanning consoles, PC's and arcades. Over nearly 30 years, the backbone remains the same. The plot is an eternal...Show More Summary

Face-Off: Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes on PC

Nine extra months in development, the PC's first Fox Engine title vindicates the wait with visual upgrades over the well-received PS4 and Xbox One versions. There are plenty of added features on paper, from its improved lighting viaShow More Summary

Video: Horrible gifts in videogames you can't even regift

Hello Eurogamers and a very Merry Christmas to you all. We have already totally checked out for the year, which is why any dreadful spelling mistakes that may or may not make their way into this blog are officially part of our festive...Show More Summary

David Goldfarb on: Three seasons in game development

The thought process for the piece was simple enough. Talk about games, I thought. There's so much to say. But everything kept coming out wrong. It felt like something else needed to happen first. Why talk about games if you don't talk...Show More Summary

Surgeon Simulator dev reveals physics-based multiplayer game Worlds Adrift

Surgeon Simulator and I Am Bread developer Bossa Studios has revealed its next project as Worlds Adrift. While still in its embryonic stages, based on its trailer Worlds Adrift looks a little like a cel-shaded open-world massively multiplayer Bionic Commando. Show More Summary

Simogo releases free interactive short story The Sensational December Machine

Year Walk, Device 6 and The Sailor's Dream developer Simogo has released a free interactive short story entitled The Sensational December Machine. Described as "a wintry tale about an inventor and her unusual new creation," the whimsical, yet wistful side project was created over the course of three weeks as a "Christmas present" to fans. Show More Summary

Patrice Désilets is making a "third-person historical-action-survival game"

Assassin's Creed 1 & 2's creative director Patrice Désilets has announced that the debut title at Panache Digital Games, the Montréal-based studio he recently founded with Assassin's Creed producer Jean-Francois Boivin, will be a "third-person...Show More Summary

Video: Everything you need to know about Evolve's Evacuation mode

Eggs! Colonists! Drooling beasts! Nope, that isn't the path of destruction left behind in the wake of Eurogamer's recent end of year party; it's a pretty succinct summary of what goes on in Evolve's Evacuation mode. Need more detailShow More Summary

Don't call it DRM: what's Denuvo Anti-Tamper?

What's remarkable about Dragon Age: Inquisition being cracked and pirated this week is that it took so long - nearly a month - to happen. In PC game-pirating terms, that's aeons - most games are cracked at release (unless they're online games). Show More Summary

Star Citizen's Chris Roberts doffs hat to Elite: Dangerous

In the battle for the hearts and minds of space sim fans, it's easy to imagine Star Citizen and Elite: Dangerous going head to head in some galaxy class shootout. This perceived battle between two competing products, however, appears to be far from the truth. Show More Summary

Elegy for a Dead World review

Writers oscillate between the state of inspiration and distraction. Inspiration comes unannounced and often at inconvenient times, carried on a song, in a face, with a moment of fear or of passion. It's brought by the weather or found atop a mountain, in death, a betrayal and a hundred million other moments of sudden or lingering experience. Show More Summary

CVG to close - the website of the long-running CVG brand - will close, publisher Future has announced. Computer and Video Games began life in 1981 as a magazine, with the brand existing in some form on and off since then. Show More Summary

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