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Total War: Warhammer Review

Total War: Warhammer is full of elephants. If you've played Rome: Total War, you have to remember the first time you encountered the Carthaginians. Here you'd been, building proper Roman armies, with swords and shields and bows and arrows, designed to defeat nations with fewer resources and aging technology. Show More Summary

Sega Classics on Steam now support modern console controllers

Sega Classics on Steam now support modern console controllers. A new patch was released for Sega's emulator this week and it lets you use the PlayStation 4 (using custom DS4 Windows drivers available online), Xbox One and Steam Controller. If you've got old controllers, perhaps PC remakes of Mega Drive pads, they make work as well, Sega said, but they're untested. Read more…

Watch: Ian journeys to Fallout 4's Far Harbor

He'd never tell you this himself, but poor Ian was up until 3am last night putting together a video explainer on how to get started in Fallout 4's latest DLC, Far Harbor (leaving out that 'u' made me hurt typing it as much as it did you reading it, trust me). Show More Summary

Techland is making two new games - and one sounds a lot like Dying Light 2

Dying Light studio Techland announced in Poland this week it is working on two new games. I spoke with CEO Pawe? Marchewka at the conference Digital Dragons about what they'll be. One will be a new IP developed in Warsaw. It will be an open-world fantasy game with RPG elements - "maybe in a slightly bigger sense than Dying Light... Show More Summary

Square Enix promises more Final Fantasy 15 Ultimate Collector's Edition stock

Square Enix will produce extra stock of the coveted Final Fantasy 15 Ultimate Collector's Edition in a bid to meet demand. The special edition originally sold out within minutes when it went on sale last month - despite costing £189.99. Now, Squenix will manufacture another 10,000 units to help meet demand, on top of the original 30,000 quota. Read more…

Performance Analysis: Homefront: The Revolution

Built with CryEngine technology, Homefront: The Revolution is undoubtedly a visually arresting game - but sadly, one where performance leaves a lot to be desired, on console at least. It's a shooter with lofty goals; an open-world design with dynamic lighting and weather, and top-notch motion capture earn it a glowing first impression. Show More Summary

What exactly is going on with the different versions of Fire Emblem Fates?

There's a new Fire Emblem game out - the first since 2013's Awakening - which would be reason to celebrate if it all weren't so confusing. Because, in truth, there are three new Fire Emblem games out, with Intelligent Systems fantasy-flecked...Show More Summary

Fire Emblem Fates review

In Fire Emblem, there's one command that conquers all - one simple instruction that defeats the sharpest sword, an expertly aimed arrow or the most brutal of axes. Your forces might be diminished, your very best soldiers lying limp on the battlefield never to return, but you can sidestep the lasting effects with one input. Show More Summary

Apple: Palestinian game highlighting Gaza child welfare is not a game

Palestinian indie developer Rasheed Abueideh has been told to remove his new game from the App Store's games category. Apple handed down the ruling after a 12-day wait for certification, Abueideh has said. Liyla & The Shadows of War was classed as an adventure game. It centres on a young girl living in the very real and very wartorn Gaza Strip. Read more…

Homefront: The Revolution acknowledges its own troubled development

Homefront: The Revolution ends with a message from its chief developer to players acknowledging the game's troubled development. Before the credits roll the player is presented with a message from Hasit Zala, studio head of Dambuster. Show More Summary

How to start Fallout 4's Far Harbor DLC

Fallout 4's Far Harbor DLC is out today, but to access it you need to do a bit of this and that. Thankfully, Eurogamer's Ian Higton has worked it all out and created a cool little video guide for your viewing pleasure. There may be spoilers ahead. Show More Summary

King's Quest: Chapter 1 is now free on all platforms

King's Quest - Chapter 1: A Knight to Remember is now free on Steam, PS4, PS3, Xbox One and Xbox 360. It used to go for £6.99 / $9.99. Buying the whole King's Quest Complete Collection costs £23.99 / $29.99 and comes with an extra epilogue. Show More Summary

Paragon open beta weekend runs from 26th-30th May

Epic Game's free-to-play MOBA Paragon will be offering an open beta weekend from 26th-30th May on both PS4 and PC. To participate all you need to do is register by 25th May at Paragon has been in closed beta for the past...Show More Summary

Why we're all in awe of Uncharted 4's physics

The most popular thing on Reddit this afternoon was this gif of rocks sliding in Uncharted 4. Look at 'em go! People are losing their collective s over this incredibly detailed physics simulation. So what's going on here? We asked our...Show More Summary

Doom speedruns have already gotten under 90 minutes

Doom speedrunner DraQu has set a new record for id Software's FPS reboot with a new run today ending in 89 minutes and 56.42 seconds. Granted they're playing on the game's easiest setting, I'm Too Young to Die, and it's an any per cent run - meaning they don't go out of their way for secrets - but it's still mighty impressive. Show More Summary

Doom player finishes game on hardest difficulty without dying

Doom player and YouTuber Zero Master has bested id Software's latest shooter on its hardest difficulty setting without dying. That's actually a requirement for Ultra Nightmare mode, which is essentially the game's incredible challenging Nightmare difficulty with permadeath enabled. Show More Summary

Watch someone complete Dark Souls 3 on NG+7 without weapons

Someone has bested all of Dark Souls 3's challenges on its hardest setting - i.e. the seventh New Game Plus playthrough - without using weapons. Indeed, you can watch Twitch streamer TolomeoR brave the game's second half in the stream below. Show More Summary

BBC documentary on disabled gamer's Metal Gear Solid limb is worth a watch

Last year, Metal Gear Solid publisher Konami said it would help fund a new prosthetic limb for a double amputee gamer. 25-year-old James Young, who lost an arm and a leg in 2012 when he was dragged underneath a London tube train, was chosen as the recipient. Show More Summary

Table Top Racing: World Tour hits PC next week

Table Top Racing: World Tour, the Micro Machines-inspired racer from WipEout co-creator Nick Burcombe, comes out on PC via Steam on 26th May. The PC release follows the game's launch on PlayStation 4 earlier this month. According toShow More Summary

Fallout 4 Far Harbor video reveals new companion, weapons, armour and enemies

There's a lot to the Far Harbor add-on for Fallout 4 - and via a new video, below, we learn about much of it. There may be spoilers ahead. Let's start with the new companion: Longfellow. Bethesda likens him to Quint from Jaws. That is, he's not very friendly. But he acts as your guide to the island, nonetheless. You'll find Longfellow in a local bar. Read more…

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