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Rockstar has begun delivering its $500,000 apology for GTA Online's launch issues.
Visualize a real-life journey or make your own courses using nothing but the phone in your pocket and a copy of GT6.
So good, in fact, that the company has adjusted its earnings forecast significantly.
If you've been troubled by Arkham Origins' technical issues, fear not; fixes are on the way.
While Microsoft and Sony are using digital distribution to make their platforms more attractive to consumers, publishers like Ubisoft are finding the public less and less willing to accept its use to restrict their rights.
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.
Now the launch woes have settled down somewhat, Rockstar's ready to look forward to where GTA Online is going next.
The next Call of Duty is swapping one commonly seen game antagonist for another.
Battlefield 4's beta throws up some interesting bugs.
If you were ever in any doubt as to whether fan feedback could make a difference, read on.
Shortly after the release of Beyond: Two Souls, Eurogamer's John Teti looks back on David Cage's miserablist marvel from 2010.
Now PS3 and Vita owners can play together as the gods of hack-and-slash always intended.
Plus Halloween -- sorry, "All Saints' Wake" -- events starting this Friday.
Eurogamer's Simon Parkin spends some time with From Software's beta to determine whether the savage heart remains.
Eurogamer's Simon Parkin sits down for a fireside chat with director Yui Tanimura.
The years have not been kind to Sora and his friends. Dustin Quillen checks out the PS3 remake of the first Kingdom Hearts game and ponders what it takes for a game to be a true classic.
Pac-Man's back... again, and this time on PC. Has he still got the old addictive magic?
Yoshi-P and the team give some details on the MMO's upcoming patch 2.1.
GTAV's ambitious online mode's still struggling.
Airtight Games' upcoming supernatural sleuthing sim Murdered: Soul Suspect sees you investigating your own death from beyond the grave, putting an interesting twist on more conventional investigation and deduction games.
Garrett's latest adventure still sees him skulking around in the dark pilfering things that don't belong to him, but the team behind it is keen to make it as accessible to newcomers as it is pleasing to series veterans.
Wales Interactive's upcoming psychological horror looks to be a beautiful, creepy experience.
Ubisoft Montreal on Watch Dogs, how it's a blend of the company's best work from the past... and next-gen wind?
You'll need the King's Ring to open the King's Doors, but before you can get there you need to make it through the King's Passage.
GTA V has attracted its fair share of criticism since launch, but what are its positive qualities?
Eurogamer's Chris Schilling takes a fond look back at Shinji Mikami's attempt to take on the West at its own game.
Who said sequels had to be anything like their predecessors?
Richard Leadbetter from Gamer Network's Digital Foundry gets technical.
Eurogamer's Dan Whitehead explores David Cage's upcoming Beyond: Two Souls.
Everyone compares Deck13's Lords of the Fallen to Dark Souls, but Mike thinks it's more like another title.
Level-5's Wonderflick is coming to PlayStation 3, Wii U, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Vita, iOS, and Android.
Sony is leaving the pricing of the PlayStation 3 to PlayStation 4 upgrade program up to publishers. Bad idea?
Eurogamer's Tom Phillips explores how Ubisoft Montpellier has used the extra six months to build a better game.
Ever wanted to ride a toilet? If you've still got PlayStation Home installed on your PS3, your dream is about to come true.
A new "cute 'em up" shooter from Border Down and Under Defeat dev G.rev hits the PlayStation Network today.
Eurogamer's Martin Robinson takes a look inside the family theater of Puppeteer.
NIS America's latest is an ambitious, flawed tale of three people who just want to get married. And the problems Toki, Towa and Zack are having are far worse than the band not showing up or the caterers cooking the wrong things...
Eurogamer's Robert Purchese ponders what the rise of MOBAs and shared-world shooters means for the "traditional" MMORPG in 2013.
Eurogamer's Ed Smith explores the strange, cruel world of Dennaton's brutally violent hit, recently released for PS3 and Vita.
Eurogamer's Simon Parkin takes a closer look at how Square Enix is doing its best to fix the "problem child" of the Final Fantasy family.
Thanks to subtle design tweaks and great controls, Diablo III makes the transition from PC to consoles - and feels all the better for it.
Class changes, crafting and special quests: just some of the things Pete got up to in last weekend's Final Fantasy XIV beta.
Sony is investigating the issue and has taken the patch offline in the meantime.
JRPG developer Gust may be best-known for its Atelier series, but as Pete discovers, its other franchise Ar Tonelico is well worth exploring too.
Focus Home Interactive's sci-fi RPG is getting a new translation from the original French after widespread criticism.
Square-Enix recently launched the penultimate phase of Final Fantasy XIV's beta. Pete was on the front line.
The third phase of beta testing for Square-Enix's relaunched MMO begins today and continues over the weekend.
Pixelated survival horror adventure Lone Survivor is making the jump to Sony platforms with a wealth of new bits and pieces.
On the off-chance you haven't yet played all the Metal Gear games, you'll be able to get caught up next month.
The Smelter Demon guards the last Great Soul and stands in the way of our journey to Dark Souls 2's endgame. Follow our guide to best this fearsome foe.
Traverse the dangers of Dragon Aerie so you can reach your true destination and the final confrontation.
We help you track down the Guardian Dragon so you can make your way into Dragon Aerie.
Your journey is at its end, but can you take down your final opponents? Dark Souls 2's finale awaits you, adventurer, and we're here to help.
It's time to battle Velstadt, the Royal Aegis and claim the King's Ring for your own, opening the path to the grand finale.
Make your way through the Forest of Giants to obtain the souls you need to open the way to the final battle. We show you where to go and what to do.
One final destination -- and fearsome opponent -- stands between you and the Undead Crypt, where you can finally obtain the King's Ring. We walk you through it.
Are you ready for your next challenge, adventurer? Prepare to take on the Old Iron King, but don't worry -- we've got your back!
Our journey through Dark Souls 2 continues with another formidable obstacle in our path, this time in the form of Mytha, the Baneful Queen. Follow our guide to take her down.
Our adventure through the lands of Dark Souls continues as we guide you through the Earthen Peak towards your next confrontation.
The Huntsman's Copse awaits! It's dangerous territory that's packed with some fearsome foes. But it's also where you can find some excellent items.
Gear up! It's time to hit Belfry Luna so you can thwart the Bell Keeper invasion. We explain how to ring the bell, and then confront and take down the Belfry Gargoyles!
Face off against the spiders and prepare to take on Prowling Magus and his Congregation as you delve into Brighstone Cove Tseldora.
The Shaded Woods is full of many fog-shrouded paths. Follow our guide through the mist to take on the Scorpioness Najka and claim her treasures.
It's time to finish off your jaunt into the Undead Purgatory by acquiring yourself a few tasty items, then taking on the ghostly chariot of the Executioner.
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