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Eurogamer's Oli Welsh examines how Blizzard intends to tackle this problem.
If Twitch Plays Pokémon wasn't quite frustrating enough for you, now there's a new contender.
Eurogamer's Tom Bramwell explored what the 30 new cards will mean for Blizzard's card strategy game.
Looks like Blizzard's taking steps to make its online CCG into a serious e-sport.
Retro strategy enthusiasts, rejoice; Julian Gollop's new game has been fully funded.
That sounds a lot more interesting than a boring old debate, doesn't it?
Feeling guilty about all those unplayed games in your account? Don't; according to a recent report, you're not alone, not by a long shot.
Renowned game writer and Sierra On-Line alumnus Jane Jensen is back with a brand new adventure that will have you scratching your head until the small hours.
This weekend at PAX, Blizzard confirmed that its collectible card game would soon get a single-player mode.
Blizzard's collectible card game is now available on the go if you live in Canada, Australia or New Zealand; worldwide release is "soon."
Eurogamer's John Bedford reports from EGX Rezzed on the game some are calling "a car-park fight between drunken jelly babies."
EA's online store will no longer be selling physical copies of games from April 4.
Blizzard's collectible card game has finally shed the "beta" tag and officially launched.
Atari Lynx fans rejoice! The classic-ish puzzler Chip's Challenge has a sort-of-official follow-up.
Now your Steam games will be able to bug you when it's your turn to play.
Ahead of the release of Reaper of Souls, Diablo 3 has had a major patch. But be wary if you're still using the Auction House.
Streamlined yet familiar, Warlords of Draenor is built on a decade of experience. Eurogamer's Chris Donlan investigates.
Eurogamer's Robert Purchese chats with Obsidian about romance, maturity and more.
Now Blizzard's collectible card game is safely into open beta, we can start looking to its more long-term future.
From the Eurogamer archives: Oli Welsh looks back at some of the defining moments from Blizzard's MMO.
Kids' games are for the chop, while an upcoming project will apparently be of interest to Star Wars Galaxies fans.
The "JRPG all-stars" project is still accepting donations, now via PayPal. New rewards, too.
Kickstarter backers are finally getting their hands on the project formerly known as "Double Fine Adventure." But...
Two features that should arguably have been in the game at launch are finally here.
After a successful beta test, Valve has rolled out its new Family Options system to all Steam users.
No surprise really, since it's already the 20th. Also, Blizzard.
It's the most wonderful time of the year. You know, apart from all the other ones.
Eurogamer's Jeffrey Matulef explores the game that you play by writing about it.
Ryan Payton's episodic stealth thriller is finally available. Will it change mobile gaming for the better, as originally promised?
We all know that Skyrim is worth buying, but what about all the other games in the Steam sale? Pete and Cassandra dive in and pick out some personal favorites you should watch out for.
When is a roguelike not a roguelike? When it's a strategic puzzle adventure citybuilding... thing.
The impressive Half-Life 1 remake has been given the official nod of approval from Gabe and company.
Eurogamer's Richard Cobbett asks what's in the cards for Warcraft's new cousin, and the future it predicts?
2D Dota-like Awesomenauts is supporting the Make-A-Wish foundation with a new charitable customization option.
Matthew Davis and Justin Ma's real-time spaceship sim roguelike-like is getting a huge free update.
Don't Starve, Rogue Legacy and more now available for significant discounts on Humble's new storefront.
From the Eurogamer archives, Wesley Yin-Poole looks back at how Jake Solomon completed his 10-year mission.
It seems Valve's no longer featuring unfinished games in its storefront's New Releases list.
The Kickstarter-funded fifth installment in the adventures of George Stobbart will launch soon.
The second series of Telltale's finest hour is now available for preorder, and will see you playing as Clementine as she struggles to survive alone. For Walking Dead newbies, watch out for the Game of the Year edition next month.
A new Kickstarter-funded puzzle game explores the potential of making music through play.
This is a review about a man called Stanley. This is not a review about a man called Stanley.
Eurogamer's Martin Robinson explores Mark Foster's mysterious gem, and why it was a highlight of the Eurogamer Expo.
There's something for everyone in the latest batch of new Greenlight titles.
Ever wanted to play a 3D Pokémon action RPG? A fan-made project lets you do just that.
As Jane Jensen celebrates the 20th birthday of one of her most beloved creations with an all-new remake, we look back on a game that helped bring the medium into a new era of mature, thoughtful interactive entertainment.
Why Dungeon Defenders II is no longer a MOBA.
Get a first peek at the survival sim from ex-Relic, BioWare, Volition and Riot devs.
Double Eleven announces its next PixelJunk port for home computers.
Top-notch indies coming to Valve's platform.
Zeboyd Games' latest turn-based RPG takes a big step closer to becoming reality.
Social engineer your way to success in this upcoming social networking sim that refuses to be pigeonholed.
Wales Interactive's upcoming psychological horror looks to be a beautiful, creepy experience.
Chroma, a new game from indie Mark Foster, could be the next great puzzle-platformer.
We check out Australian indie developer Witch Beam Games' upcoming manic shooter Assault Android Cactus, and how it's drawn inspiration from Radiant Silvergun, Ikaruga and the distinctive Dreamcast-era "Sega look."
Blizzard has decided that the real-money auction house "undermines Diablo's core game play."
Indie developers love GOG.com, and getting their games noticed just got a whole lot easier.
In the third part of our look back on '90s shooters, Pete explores the jump to full 3D that eventually led us to where we are now.
A rather charming-looking 32-player cooperative action war game just hit a major milestone in its development.
Pete continues his exploration of '90s first-person shooters with a look at the genre's first tentative moves towards "true" 3D.
Eurogamer's Tom Bramwell looks at why Apple's recently-released controller designs don't necessarily point towards a consoley future.
Mike Singleton's classic adventure wargame returns once again, this time for home computers.
Indie developer Cellar Door Games is releasing the promising-looking Rogue Legacy soon, so we tracked down founder Teddy Lee for a chat.
Satirical role-playing game makes its way to Steam for PC and Mac... but beware of the microtransactions!
Gun Monkeys, a "procedurally-generated multiplayer monkey deathmatch shooter" from British developer Size Five Games, is coming to Steam.
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