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Cortana is coming to iOS and Android

Microsoft's "digital assistant", the Halo-inspired AI Cortana, will be available on iOS and Android devices in in addition to Windows Phone when Windows 10 launches this summer. As detailed on the Windows Blog, Cortana will exist on third-party phones as a separate app that will work in conjunction with your "Phone Companion" app on PC. Show More Summary

Evolve now has a free Arena Mode update

Evolve now has a new Arena Mode as part of a free update to all platforms. As detailed on Evolve's official site, Arena Mode works like Evolve crossed with Thunderdome: Four hunters and one monster enter, one monster or some amount of hunters leave. Show More Summary

Adventures of Pip PC/Mac release date set for next week

Action-platformer Adventures of Pip is set for a 4th June release on PC and Mac, where it can be pre-ordered for £10.99 / $14.99. Its Wii U version will follow on 11th June in North America, though developer Tic Toc Games noted that it does not yet have a release date for Wii U in Europe. Show More Summary

Let's Play "Game of Thrones meets Kung-Fu Panda" board game Armello

Armello, the turn-based fantasy board game currently making the rounds on Early Access, is now confirmed for a September release on PS4 in addition to PC, Mac and Linux. Described by developer League of Geeks' founder and director Trent...Show More Summary

CoD: Advanced Warfare's Supremacy DLC adds Bruce Cambell next week

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's third DLC expansion, Supremacy, is due on 2nd June and adds The Evil Dead star Bruce Campbell to its Exo Zombies series. Like all of Advanced Warfare's DLC, Supremacy is a timed exclusive for Xbox One and Xbox 360, but it will arrive on PS4, PS3 and PC after the 30-day exclusion period expires. Show More Summary

Bloodborne patch 1.04 adds co-op with anyone, regardless of level

Bloodborne's new 1.04 patch is now live and brings a host of changes with it: some very big, others quite small. As detailed by DualShockers' translation of Sony's official Japanese patch notes, one of the biggest changes is that you can now play in co-op regardless of player level, so long as you use a password. Show More Summary

PS4 exclusive Until Dawn finally has a release date

PlayStation 4-exclusive interactive horror Until Dawn will finally launch in the UK on 28th August. It's been a while since we last saw Until Dawn and even longer since it was first announced. Sony initially revealed the title for PlayStation 3 all the way back at Gamescom 2012, when it was shown off as a PlayStation Move game. Show More Summary

Perception is a new horror game from some of the people behind BioShock

Some of the people who worked on BioShock have announced a new first-person horror game in which you play a blind woman who investigates a haunted mansion. Perception is the brainchild of Bill Gardner, a 12-year Irrational veteran who worked on everything from SWAT 4 to BioShock Infinite. Show More Summary

The Mad Max game takes a different path to Fury Road

I almost feel sorry for the Warner Bros VP sitting across the table from me. I get the strong impression he wants to keep comparisons between the upcoming Mad Max game and the recent film Fury Road to a minimum, but I'm not particularly keen to comply. Show More Summary

Yoshi's Woolly World features unlockable Amiibo skins

Yoshi's Woolly World will let you dress your main character in more than 40 Nintendo character skins - if you have the appropriate Amiibo figurine. Mario, Link and Donkey Kong versions of Yarn Yoshi are showcased in the trailer below, but the Wii U platformer supports many, many more. Show More Summary

Video: We play Armello with the devs

If you've been keeping an eye on Armello, League of Geeks' lustrously beautiful digital board game, you'll know that its Early Access build got a big update last week that included all manner of tweaks and additions. You'll also know that one of the game's playable animal characters is a bear called Sana, and that Sana, well, she's the worst. Show More Summary

What can we learn from The Witcher 3 "downgrade" fiasco?

Mere weeks away from E3, developers and publishers are working flat-out behind the scenes to make this the show of their lives. There will be new game announcements, surprise reveals and eagerly anticipated re-reveals. In many cases, it'll be our first opportunity to see some of the biggest titles of this year and the next. Show More Summary

Project Cars Wii U stalled, may be delayed until NX

Development on the Wii U version of crowd-funded racer Project Cars has hit a bump in the road. UK developer Slightly Mad Studios has said it is struggling to get the game running well on Nintendo's hardware - and it may now miss the Wii U altogether. Show More Summary

The Witcher 3 biggest UK launch of 2015 so far

Open-world role-playing game The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has scored the biggest UK release of the year so far. Launch week sales were up 608 per cent on its predecessor The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings, which came out in 2011, although only for PC and then later on Xbox 360. Show More Summary

Resident Evil Zero remaster announced for early 2016

Capcom sold more than 1m copies of the recent Resident Evil remake, so its no surprise that the developer today announced a remastered version of Resident Evil Zero. This edition will launch in early 2016 for PC, PlayStation 3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. It will be the first time Zero, a prequel to the original Resi, will be available on non-Nintendo platforms. Read more…

Galactic Civilizations 3 review

Barely a week seems to go by without a new star-spanning 4X game appearing on Steam, claiming to either offer another variation of Civ in space, build upon the venerable foundations of Master of Orion, or to head off towards strategy's final frontier in the quest to deliver the definitive game of interstellar domination. Show More Summary

Video: Eurogamer plays Agario

Right. Yes. It's a bank holiday in the UK and I should probably be using this extra time to play some more of The Witcher 3, right? That's a big ol' game and those monsters won't slay themselves. But the thing is, I've been playing a free-to-play, web browser game instead. Show More Summary

Destiny: House of Wolves review

Destiny's developer Bungie has recently got into the habit of referring to last September's release and the two subsequent expansions as falling under Year One, as if they're talking up an origins story of which this much maligned, much played massively online shooter is the subject. Show More Summary

Beneath Assassin's Creed Unity's bugs lurks a surprisingly human game

There's something about playing a character whose face consists of nothing more than floating eyes and teeth that will pull you right out of your immersion. If you played Assassin's Creed Unity at launch, you'll probably know what I'm...Show More Summary

The best Vita games

Eurogamer's best games lists aim to guide you to the highest quality, most original, most exciting games around today. Each regularly updated list presents between 10 and 20 varied games that we think would make a fine foundation for any game collection. What a strange journey it's been for Sony's PlayStation Vita. Show More Summary

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