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Vita FPS Killzone Mercenary gets PlayStation TV support

Sony has added PlayStation TV support to Killzone Mercenary. It means you can run the Vita first-person shooter on your big telly using a DualShock controller to play. Developer Guerrilla Cambridge today issued update 1.11 across all regions, adding support for PlayStation TV ahead of the device's 14th November 2014 launch. Read more…

Video: Watch us play Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel

Bonus Monday live-stream time! We've got hold of a copy of 2K Australia's Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, so why not stream it from 4.15pm for an hour or so. Oh, and as for the review... It's in the works right now, and we're hoping to have it on the site for you early tomorrow morning. Read more…

Nintendo announces month of Donkey Kong eShop deals

Following on from a Year of Luigi, Nintendo has proclaimed a month full of Donkey Kong. October will see the re-release of two classic Donkey Kong series: the SNES Donkey Kong Country trilogy for Wii U, and the Game Boy Donkey Kong Land trilogy for 3DS Virtual Console. Show More Summary

Face-Off: Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition

United Front Games returns to its surprise 2012 hit, Sleeping Dogs, bringing a spruced-up Definitive Edition to both PS4 and Xbox One with all DLC included. In addition to the content bonanza, the studio also takes this chance to improve the game's visual standard, with new atmospheric effects and lighting, among other tweaks, added to the mix. Show More Summary

Chronicle: RuneScape Legends card battler revealed

Jagex has revealed Chronicle: RuneScape Legends, a new collectible card game set inside the world of its MMO. It looks very much like Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft, Blizzard's CCG set inside the world of its MMO. Chronicle is set to launch in 2015 for PC, Mac, tablets and mobiles, and has already had more than six months of development. Read more…

DriveClub dev "had confidence" servers would work

Evolution Studios has said it was unable to foresee DriveClub's current server issues which have crippled the racer's online features since its launch last week. DriveClub's servers currently cannot cope with the number of users attempting to connect their copy online. Show More Summary

Destiny averages 3.2m players every day

First-person shooter Destiny averages 3.2m players every day, Bungie has said. In a post on Bungie.net, the developer said the average playtime is around three hours a day, even on weekdays. That stat is holding fast a month from launch, Bungie pointed out. Show More Summary

World of Warcraft Patch 6.0.2 release date revealed

The pre-release patch for Warlords of Draenor, the fifth World of Warcraft expansion, launches in the US tomorrow, with the EU version arriving on Wednesday. The hefty update, which lays the groundwork for the next few years of adventuring...Show More Summary

Minecraft: Pocket Edition headed to Windows Phone

The mobile-friendly Minecraft: Pocket Edition is finally headed to Windows Phones, Mojang has confirmed. In what may be the first sign of Microsoft's recent $2.5bn purchase of Minecraft in action, the developer announced it now had a Windows Phone version working over the weekend. Show More Summary

Alien: Isolation enters UK chart in second place

Creative Assembly's horror game Alien: Isolation has entered the UK chart in second place. EA's annual behemoth FIFA 15 takes top spot for the third week. Monolith's open-world adventure Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor drops one place to third. Show More Summary

Resident Evil TV series to debut following final movie

Plans are being drawn up for a Resident Evil TV series, set to launch following the final film in the franchise's long-running movie saga. The untitled telly show will be made by the same studio as the movies - German production house Constantin Film (thanks, Variety). Five Milla Jovovich-starring Resident Evil movies have been released so far (yes, really). Read more…

Chris Roberts unveils Star Citizen planetside gameplay

Cloud Imperium Games chief Chris Roberts has unveiled Star Citizen planetside gameplay for the first time. At CitizenCon 2014, Roberts showed in-engine footage of what it will be like to land on a planet, get out of your ship and walk around. Show More Summary

Bayonetta 2 review

Bayonetta 2's main theme is as good as it gets, and as good a place as any to start when it comes to talking about Platinum Games' Wii U exclusive. A sugar-rush of melodramatic keyboard stabs and a high-impact, snap-happy backbeat, it's chaos held together by irresistibly sassy vocals and a killer of a chorus. Show More Summary

The fans who would fix Tomb Raider's most broken adventure

The Angel of Darkness very nearly killed Tomb Raider. It effectively condemned the long-running studio behind one of gaming's most lucrative series to an inelegant demise. It went through three years of development hell before it was...Show More Summary

Face-Off: Alien: Isolation

First impressions of Alien: Isolation suggested parity between the PS4 and Xbox One versions, with both sporting native 1080p visuals while sharing an extensive range of assets and graphical effects. Performance is an issue though, with PS4 commanding a distinct advantage thanks to a more consistent frame-rate and a complete lack of screen tear. Show More Summary

Console wars, compact discs and Whigfield: Remembering Vib-Ribbon

They say there's a war going on in video games. But those of us who have been around a while know what real war looks like. It is the image of two perfectly matched adversaries locked in brutal combat, their faces twisted with a terrible rage that burns in their souls and blackens their hearts. Show More Summary

Video: The first half-decent Sherlock Holmes game?

Hello Eurogamers. Do you want to hear my best Sherlock Holmes joke? Watson says: "But Holmes, how did the food travel through his body, being stripped of nutrients and converted into faeces in the process?" Holmes replies: "Alimentary,...Show More Summary

The making of Forza Horizon 2

It's the tech interview we've been chasing down for a while now - especially in the wake of that superb playable demo, released a few weeks back. Forza Horizon 2 improves on the raw, unadulterated fun of its predecessor - an intoxicating...Show More Summary

Let's have more games that show rather than tell

The success of games like Far Cry 3 and Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor suggests that emergent possibilities arising from a clash of systems are becoming a bigger deal in open-world games, something that Chris Donlan wrote about earlier this week, and I imagine anyone who's ever been asked to follow someone from a rooftop is delighted to hear it. Show More Summary

Children of Morta's pixel art is truly a sight to behold

Children of Morta has some of the most vibrant pixel art I've ever seen. Described by developer Dead Mage as "a unique blend of action RPG roguelike with narratives and adventure" its debut trailer is certainly eye-catching. Little is...Show More Summary

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