Final Fantasy XIV's third major content patch is coming early next month. Pete takes a peek at what Eorzea's adventurers can expect.
On the eve of E3 2014, the first in which we're well and truly "next-gen," Pete looks back on an underappreciated gem from Gen7 and ponders whether we'll ever see its like again.
Final Fantasy XIV's latest patch introduces the Sightseeing Log, an interesting means of celebrating the game's worldbuilding.
Capcom updates the Street Fighter IV series with a new entry, new characters, and new modes. Is it enough to keep fans entertained and bring lapsed players back?
Sony's confirmed that six new formerly Japan-only titles are coming West to the PS3's PlayStation Store.
The latest in a long line of attempts to battle the bugs and issues that still plague DICE's shooter.
Bigger than their 360 and PS3 counterparts, but not as big as the PC version offers.
Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn has managed to secure nearly half a million dollars in funding via Indiegogo.
Originally set for a reveal this Sunday, details of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare have "leaked" a little earlier than expected.
20 years ago today, Ayrton Senna lost his life in the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix at Imola. Sony's flagship racer is paying tribute throughout the month of May.
Worried about being constantly invaded by hacker jerks? The game is always watching.
Japanese multi-media publisher Kadokawa will acquire an 80 per cent stake in From Software in a deal set to complete next month.
Eurogamer's Simon Parkin explores how Tekken, Soul Calibur and Ace Combat work to repair the image of a business model.
Sony and Mojang are also looking into possible cross-buy options for the new versions of the game.
The formerly platform-exclusive content is trading places next month.
The floodgates have opened and we finally have some more concrete information on Ubisoft's Watch Dogs.
The new title promises to be a return to form for driving sim fans.
Eurogamer's Ollie Barder dissects the history of one of Japan's most enduring mecha series.
Eurogamer's Chris Donlan shows his appreciation for Wintory's vaudeville violence.
Prepare yourself for battle in Eorzea with our comprehensive collection of guides to Square Enix's sprawling MMO.
Bought FFXIV on PS3 and want to upgrade? Go right ahead! Here's how.
And a mini-campaign, a la Assassin's Creed IV's Freedom Cry content.
The new generation has barely begun, and the remasters have started already.
The new game slots neatly between the first and second games, and is for current-gen systems.
Did you think your adventure was over once you reached level 50? Think again; there's plenty more to do.
The Primals of Eorzea giving you some trouble? Turn the tables with our handy guide to Final Fantasy XIV's toughest encounters.
One is making Metal Gear Solid 5, another Volume. Both discuss the current state of stealth with Eurogamer's Wesley Yin-Poole.
Rockstar's outlined the roadmap for the coming months in its open-world multiplayer title. Heists are still coming, supposedly.
Capcom readies Street Fighter IV for its final battle. We chat to the pros about what the new version's changes bring to the competitive scene.
The publisher isn't leaving behind the old generation of consoles anytime soon.
Nippon Ichi's latest is something of a departure from its usual fare. Can the legendary power of the Hundred Knight calm the troubled soul of Metallia, the universe's most pissed-off witch?
Despite a strong mission and fun open-ended design, Ground Zeroes doesn't offer quite enough to justify a standalone release. Kat Bailey spends some time with the new prologue to Metal Gear Solid V.
A clumsy splatterfest, Ninja Gaiden Z is the diametric opposite of the series proper.
Closer to a hundred hours for those who want to track down everything, apparently.
There's treasure in that thar gulch... but there's also a fearsome foe waiting to tear your face off. We tell you how to beat The Rotten once and for all.
The adventure in Eorzea continues with a wealth of new content at the end of the month.
Looks like Sony will soon be adding the option to rent as well as buy games from the PlayStation Store.
Eurogamer's Tom Phillips furnishes us with new impressions and new details on Ubisoft Montreal's upcoming blockbuster.
In this week's JPgamer, Pete looks at the work of Japanese developer Gust, and explores the company's curious emphasis on crafting.
We tell you how to use the Pharros' Lockstones you've been collecting, and how to fell your next opponent: the Royal Rat Authority.
An image on Gaikai's website gives us an idea of what we might be paying for "rentals" on the PlayStation Now streaming service.
Your journey now takes you towards the Black Gulch and a confrontation with The Rotten, but first you'll need another Fragrant Branch of Yore.
Continue your battle through Brightstone Cove Tseldora with our guide, which will help you overcome The Duke's Dear Freja. But first, spiders! Lots of spiders!
That's something of a shift from what Square Enix said a month after its release.
Watch Dogs gets a firm release date and we learn why the game was delayed in the first place.
Our journey through Dark Souls 2 continues with a journey through this rat-infested area. We teach you how to take on the Royal Rat Vanguard and come out mostly unscathed.
Obsidian's latest is a 15-hour episode of South Park. That probably tells many of you everything you need to know about this game.
Eurogamer contributor Matt Edwards looks back at five years of one of the fighting genre's greats with Ono, Killian and the SF4 community.
A look at Final Fantasy X-2: Last Mission, wherein the Gullwings were indie before it was cool.
The once-ailing Swedish developer has had a complete turnaround thanks to two great games performing strongly.