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EGX 2014: Eurogamer.net editor's choice

Farewell, sweet Earls Court, you've served us well. It's been a slightly bittersweet show this year - on the one hand there's been the awesome swirl of games and developer sessions, and on the other there's the fact we'll be saying goodbye to the home of EGX for the past four years this coming Sunday. Show More Summary

Ubisoft explored South America and Russia settings for Far Cry 4

Earlier ideas for the Himalayan-set Far Cry 4 would have seen the open world shooter instead take place in South America or Russia. Several different concepts for the game were pitched, with different story ideas drawn up for each region. Show More Summary

Face-Off: Bayonetta on Wii U

When it was revealed that the original Bayonetta would be ported to the Wii U, fans were ecstatic - but perhaps a bit apprehensive. Despite the wildly different circumstances, it's difficult to erase the legendarily bad PS3 port from memory. Show More Summary

Simogo teases The Sailor's Dream with cryptic, beautiful broadcast

Year Walk and Device 6 developer Simogo has teased its upcoming seafaring adventure, The Sailor's Dream, in the following enigmatic transmission from an adrift mariner. "I'd like to think she's out there somewhere," the crusty old man begins. Show More Summary

Destiny 1.0.2 patch changes how Engrams work

Destiny is a strange, ever-evolving thing with its Loot Cave attraction getting nerfed and its Rocketyard Room springing up. Next week it will be slightly different as Bungie will be releasing its 1.0.2 patch that changes the way loot drops work. Show More Summary

Watch Assassin's Creed recreated with cats

Back in July Ubisoft sponsored a live-action Assassin's Creed trailer starring a group of professional parkour enthusiasts. Now, some fans at YouTube channel Mr.TVCow have made their own impressive live-action Assassin's Creed short with one small change: its assassins are cats. Show More Summary

Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth gets a European release date

Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth - the 3DS spin-off that combines characters from Personas 3 & 4 in a first-person, turn-based dungeon crawler - is coming to Europe on 28th November, publisher NIS America has announced. North Americans will receive it the same week on 25th November. Show More Summary

Far Cry 4 trailer explains kidnapping etiquette, according to Pagan Min

Far Cry 4 antagonist Pagan Min is certainly an eye-catching fellow with his ornate pink suit and shock of blond hair, and now we get to see his rather strong persona host a kidnapping/brunch (which, depending how you look at it, is either the best kind of kidnapping or the worst kind of brunch). Show More Summary

PlayStation Home is shutting down next year

PlayStation Home is closing for good on 31st March 2015, Sony has announced. "Due to a shifting landscape, PlayStation Home will cease publishing new content," the developer said on the PlayStation Blog. The service will cease to receive new content on 12th November. Show More Summary

Someone's found a new loot farming cave in Destiny

A day after Bungie nerfed the magic loot farming cave in first-person shooter Destiny, a working alternative has been discovered. In the video, below, PS4Trophies reveals a room in the Rocketyard area of Old Russia, Earth, from which...Show More Summary

Assassin's Creed: Unity's RPG-like customisation and skill upgrades revealed

Ubisoft has released a trailer showing off the extensive new customisation options available in Assassin's Creed: Unity. The game's version of a skill tree allows you to tailor your version of hero Arno Dorian in four major categories - Melee, Stealth, Health and Ranged Weaponry - with bonuses for both regular and co-operative play. Show More Summary

Elite: Dangerous: the David Braben interview

At EGX yesterday Frontier boss David Braben delivered a developer session on Elite: Dangerous, the space game currently in beta and due out before the end of 2014. In it he talked passionately about spaceships, player politics and a virtual galaxy packed with billions of stars. Show More Summary

Face-Off: FIFA 15

If last year's FIFA laid a foundation for the series on PS4 and Xbox One - debuting an Ignite engine that brought 1080p visuals and 3D crowds - then FIFA 15 is a sure-footed next step. Developer EA Canada uses its extra year to enhance...Show More Summary

Ryse on PC won't feature micro-transactions

The PC version of Ryse won't include the micro-transactions found in the Xbox One version of the game, developer Crytek has announced. The upcoming Windows edition, due 10th October, will also feature a number of visual upgrades. 4KShow More Summary

Catch up on all of day one's EGX developer sessions

It's day two of EGX at Earls Court in London, and as with every day of the show we'll be streaming all the developer sessions at on Twitch and at Eurogamer's own EGX live page. But what if you missed the live streams of any of yesterday's...Show More Summary

The Witcher 3's Geralt: "The truth is, he was a relatively handsome man"

Two important questions for a Friday: is Geralt too handsome in The Witcher 3 - a genuine concern - and what more can we do while sailing in the game? In The Witcher 3, Geralt is ruggedly good looking, humanised by a beard and only marked as different by his cat-like yellow eyes. Show More Summary

Super Smash Bros. 3DS review

Masahiro Sakurai was just 19 years old when he designed Kirby, the marshmallow-like blob that would become one of Nintendo's second-tier mascots, always straining for a look-in behind the front-row dazzlers like Mario and Link. Sakurai...Show More Summary

Bethesda warns: you should have 4GB of VRAM to play The Evil Within PC

If you want to play Shinji Mikami's new horror game The Evil Within on PC, you should have 4GB of VRAM, publisher Bethesda has warned. Overnight Bethesda published the recommended PC specifications to its BethBlog. They're listed asShow More Summary

Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor review

Despite a myriad of sources to draw from, few games have brought Tolkien's Middle-earth to life. There have been many attempts, from the ZX Spectrum text adventure The Hobbit to endless film tie-ins, but none have quite recreated the...Show More Summary

Ex-Team Ico devs reveal trailer for exploratory adventure Vane

Back in June we reported on a Shadow of the Colossus-looking exploration-based adventure called Vane. Its aesthetic resemblance to Fumito Ueda's classic is no coincidence as its developer, the five-person studio Friend & Foe, consists of a couple of ex-Team Ico artists. Show More Summary

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