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Zoids not zombies: Horizon presents a brighter post-apocalypse

Watching Sony's E3 2016 media briefing, you'd be forgiven for thinking all of the games made by the company were variations of Naughty Dog's post-apocalyptic masterpiece The Last of Us. God of War now has a tighter, over-the-shoulder...Show More Summary

Mighty No. 9 gets off to a rocky start

Mighty No. 9, the Mega Man spiritual successor that comes out today, has got off to a rocky start. Kickstarter backers report problems with game codes. In some cases, backers have been sent codes for the wrong version of the game. Meanwhile, the Xbox 360 version has been delayed at the last moment. Read more…

Korean teenager answers her pro Overwatch doubters with live demonstration of skill

When you come out of nowhere and dominate in the Korean pro Overwatch scene, defeating the other top teams to qualify for the Nexus Cup, people are going to ask questions. Are you hacking? You must be! These accusations were levelled...Show More Summary

The Disney Infinity Doctor Strange figure the world will never get

This year, Disney Infinity would have gained itself a pretty cool-looking Doctor Strange figurine. It won't now, of course, because Disney canned its toys-to-life franchise last month when it decided it wasn't making quite enough money. Disney Infinity's demise took out developer Avalanche Software, too. Around 300 jobs were lost. Read more…

Minecraft's new Battle Mode season pass costs £7.99

Minecraft's new Battle Mode launches today on all console versions of the game, although the price for more maps is steeper than some had expected. You can get three new maps - Temple, Medusa and Lair - today via Battle Map Pack 1, which costs £2.39. Or you can stump up £7.99 for the Battle Map Pack season pass, which contains packs one, two, three and four. Read more…

We played Zelda: Breath of the Wild four times and here's what we discovered

One week ago, I played Zelda: Breath of the Wild and thought it was Nintendo's most ambitious game in years. It was the first game I played at this year's E3, and it remained my personal game of the show for the rest of the week. Which...Show More Summary

Witcher 3 patch 1.22 fixes floating body parts and lots more

Horse's tail disappearing? Body parts floating in mid-air? Marlene not talking to you? Sounds like you need The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt patch 1.22 (out now). There's no new content for The Witcher 3 and there won't be now - we know that - but there is a relatively long list of issues addressed. Show More Summary

There's some strange stuff going on in the God of War reveal video

Sony raised eyebrows at E3 last week when it unveiled a very different look and feel for the new God of War. But there was more to the video that ran during Sony's media briefing than a straight up gameplay reveal. One NeoGAF user has picked apart the video and reckons he's spotted hints that the game will feature huge bosses. Show More Summary

Murky world of PC game key reselling exposed by indie developer

One indie developer claims a popular PC key-reselling website sold nearly half a million dollars' worth of its games - and didn't receive a penny in return. In an email sent to Eurogamer Alex Nichiporchik, boss of Punch Club and SpeedRunners publisher tinyBuild, accused of selling $450,000 worth of its games. Show More Summary

Trials of the Blood Dragon review

We have the 1980s to thank for any number of embarrassing cultural trends - neoliberalism, an epidemic of mullets, Christopher Lambert's acting career - but sometimes I think the decade's most terrible legacy is allowing video game creators to pass off shabby design as quasi-satirical retro entertainment. Show More Summary

The Stanley Parable designer releases free game The Temple of No

The Stanley Parable designer William Pugh released the second free game at his new studio Crows Crows Crows. The first, if you don't remember, was the gloriously titled first-person adventure Dr. Langeskov, The Tiger, and The Terribly Cursed Emerald: A Whirlwind Heist. Show More Summary

South Park: The Fractured But Whole lets you play as a girl

South Park: The Fractured But Whole will let players create female avatars, a new feature since South Park: The Stick of Truth only let you play as a boy. South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone revealed the new option in an interview with Entertainment Weekly. Show More Summary

Ex-Ubisoft devs' crowdfunded RPG ReRoll has been cancelled

Over two years ago Ex-Assassin's Creed and Far Cry developers Julien Cuny and Louis-Pierre Pharand announced ReRoll, a crowdfunded "survival action RPG" that would use drones to map out the entire planet. That game has now been cancelled. Show More Summary

Zelda: Breath Of The Wild is being co-developed by Monolith Soft

The Legend of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild is being co-developed by over 100 staffers from Xenoblade studio Monolith Soft. In an interview with GameInformer Zelda creator Shigeru Miyamoto revealed this. "Yes they are involved in this Zelda. Show More Summary

Watch: Mighty No. 9 doesn't look like we'd hoped

After raising more than $3.8m on Kickstarter, Mighty No. 9 has an awful lot to prove. Mega Man fans were delighted to see a spiritual successor developed by Keiji Inafune himself and backed the project in their thousands. But now, in the week of the game's release, many of them feel cheated. Show More Summary

Allison Road cancelled under mysterious circumstances

P.T.-inspired first-person horror game Allison Road has been cancelled. Developer Lilith made the announcement on Twitter. "Sadly Allison Road had to be cancelled," the developer said. "Thx for all your support and very sad it came 2...Show More Summary

Golden Overwatch weapons to be a reward for Competitive Play

Climb to the highest ranks in reworked Overwatch Competitive Play - still due to arrive late June - and you'll be rewarded with a golden weapon! "Rewards are always controversial when it comes to anything competitive and anything PvP based," said game director Jeff Kaplan in an Overwatch developer update video. Show More Summary

Watch: Ian goes hands on with Serious Sam VR

I'm a big fan of dumb 90s shooters, so obviously I've played and loved every Serious Sam game out there. That's why I got all giddy at this years E3 when I found out I'd be getting a hands-on with the newest instalment in Croteam's series, Serious Sam VR: The Last Hope. Show More Summary

Why Mass Effect: Andromeda won't acknowledge your ME3 ending choice

BioWare has decided to leave behind Mass Effect 3's controversial ending choices, rather than let them impact the upcoming Mass Effect: Andromeda. Andromeda has been in development since late 2012, and this year's EA E3 press conference marked the third year in a row the game has been teased. Show More Summary

Hideo Kojima on going with Sony - and what Death Stranding could possibly mean

"Hello everyone - I am back!" You can say one thing about Hideo Kojima: he certainly knows how to make an entrance. The superstar developer strode out onto Sony's E3 stage like a rock star - and was greeted by the sort of welcome usually reserved for returning war heroes. Show More Summary

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