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Video game voice actors strike has officially begun

US actors union SAG-AFTRA (Screen Actors Guild - American Federation of Television and Radio Artists) has gone on strike against various video game publishers in an effort to provide better working arrangements for voice actors. Indeed...Show More Summary

After nearly a decade The Last Guardian has gone gold

Ico and Shadow of the Colossus director Fumito Ueda's long anticipated third directorial outing, The Last Guardian, has finally gone gold. Sony Japan producer Jun Yoshino, who's been focusing on The Last Guardian in recent times, just stated in a since deleted tweet "Gone gold. Show More Summary

Pokémon boss had no idea fans named a secret breeding mechanic after him

10 years ago, while working on Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, Junichi Masuda had an idea. Anyone who played Pokémon in the Game Boy era will remember trading their virtual creatures with other people. It was a convoluted but memorable process. Show More Summary

Watch: 90 minutes of Battlefield 1 live from 3.30pm BST

Happy Battlefield 1 launch day! Wait, what do you mean it was earlier this week? Hang on, what do you mean people have been playing it since last week? Oh video games, you are so silly with your early unlocks and special editions and getting people to pay £20 to play a few days early. Show More Summary

Watch 30 minutes of Cities Skylines: Natural Disasters

The next Cities Skylines expansion is set to arrive at some point before the end of the year and will, inevitably, introduce natural disasters to everyone's new favourite city simulation game. I got a chance to play one of the new scenarios this week and see almost all of the disasters in action. Show More Summary

The pervy £68 microtransaction for a £30 Steam Japanese schoolgirl game

It's Friday! Time to tell you about the Japanese schoolgirl game that has a £68 microtransaction, which lets you instantly see through clothes. Which Japanese schoolgirl game? Glad you didn't actually ask. It's GalGun: Double Peace, a game so risqué Steam warns of adult content before you view it. Show More Summary

Thumper review

Thumper works beautifully in VR, where the private cinema of the headset locks you onto the rail your silver-plated trilobite rides, tackles all manner of rhythm action violence before expiring, inevitably, in an burst of jagged shrapnel. Show More Summary

Civ 6 versus Civ 5: what a difference 200 turns make

Editor's note: Final review code for Civilization 6 was only supplied to Eurogamer late yesterday afternoon, and we'll be working to get a full review up on the site early next week. In the meantime, here are impressions culled from a near-final build supplied earlier by 2K. Show More Summary

Can Star Wars: The Old Republic ever live up to the promise of its incredible trailers?

Last week a wonderful Star Wars animation captured the imaginations of gaming audiences and beyond. It told the story of a mother trying to rescue her young daughter from the Dark Side of the Force. Innocence versus corruption. It was emotional, cinematic and had an impressive fight scene. Show More Summary

Pokémon Sun and Moon advert for lapsed Pokéfans is perfect

Lots of people play Pokémon games - kids, teens, adults. But while most marketing is squarely aimed at Pokémon's younger demographic, this trailer is different. This new trailer is for those of us who played the original Pokémon Red and Blue games when they first released. This trailer is for those of us who still remember those games fondly, some 20 years on. Read more…

Nintendo refuses to say whether Switch has a touchscreen

After yesterday's triumphant Nintendo Switch announcement, there's a bit of confusion around one of its core features - that big ol' shiny screen. Is it a touchscreen? Nintendo won't say. DS, 3DS and Wii U all featured touch-controlled...Show More Summary

Utility belter: in praise of Arkham Origins, the overlooked Batman chapter

Hello! Chris Donlan here. As a couple of Batman's Arkham adventures are getting the remaster treatment this week, we thought it might be interesting to ponder the fate of the one game that didn't make the cut. Oh, BTW, this piece contains some major spoilers for Origins and Arkham Knight. Show More Summary

Inside PlayStation 4 Pro: How Sony made the first 4K games console

Six weeks on from the unveiling of the Sony's latest console and I'm in a conference room in Sony's new San Mateo HQ, revisiting the bulk of the PlayStation 4 Pro titles unveiled so far, accompanied by chief system architect Mark Cerny. Show More Summary

Suda51's visual novel The Silver Case is coming to PS4

Earlier this month Grasshopper Manufacture released an HD remake of the studio's first game, The Silver Case, on PC. Now it's coming to PS4 as both a digital and physical release in "early 2017", via NIS America. The sci-fi visual novel...Show More Summary

Everything new in the Nintendo Switch trailer

It's happening? More like it just happened - Nintendo has lifted the veil on its next generation of hardware, and as reported it's a hybrid of home console and handheld that can be summed up succinctly (unlike its predecessor). It's the games you play at home, on the go. Show More Summary

Half-Life 2 now playable on Xbox One

You can now play Half-Life 2, Team Fortress 2 and Portal on Xbox One, via Valve's excellent Orange Box collection. The Xbox 360 game is now playable on Xbox One via backwards compatibility. Joe Danger 2: The Movie and Galaga Legions are also available to play on Xbox One via back-compat from today. Show More Summary

Red Dead Redemption will finally be playable on PC, via PlayStation Now

Rockstar classic Red Dead Redemption will at last be playable on PC - but there's a catch. You'll need to play it via Sony's streaming service PlayStation Now. The version available will be the PS3 edition of the game, which you can then stream to your PS4 or PC. Show More Summary

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