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Rez Infinite's surprise PC port tested


Since its release almost 16 years ago, Rez has not only stood the test of time but there’s a good argument that it has actually improved with age. Through a combination of perfectly timed sound and rich visual design, Rez delivers an experience that’s difficult to forget – and now, ...

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Behold Overwatch's beach-based Summer Games skins


Overwatch’s Summer Games event kicks off tomorrow through 28th August and now we know what its seasonal skins entail. Blizzard revealed the new beach-based costumes on Overwatch’s official site. There’s also quite a few shots of them in action in the Summer Games trailer below: Just to name a few, ...

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Metal Gear Survive isn't as awful as it is forgettable


Metal Gear Solid has always been a self-referential series, but this is something else entirely; a Metal Gear game that feels like an unofficial rip-off of itself. Even the premise of Metal Gear Survive reads like fanfic. Set in an alternate universe, the player-created character has been sent through a ...

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The Shrouded Isle review


I can’t decide whether to murder Yaromir Efferson. On the surface he’s a model zealot, never sparing the lash in pursuit of sin, but I look at how repulsively literate our village has become under his eye, and I worry that beneath that righteous facade lurks the mind of a ...

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On games as philosophy experiments, from Fallout to Soma


Editor’s note: Jordan Erica Webber is co-author with Eurogamer contributor Daniel Griliopoulos of the weighty tome Ten Things Video Games Can Teach Us: (about life, philosophy and everything), out this month. We’ve asked to write a few thoughts on video games as works of philosophy. Beware: there are spoilers for ...

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Battlegrounds guide – 68 tips and tricks for mastering PUBG


Battlegrounds tips for mastering PUBG Battlegrounds can get a little overwhelming, especially for beginners, so here’s a rundown of the basics that you need to know – and some useful stuff that it really helps to get to grips with early – before we start diving into the more advanced ...

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The two-player swing and the Shaman of Play's legacy


In Hove, there is a playground by a lagoon with an odd-looking swing. Next to the sandpit, across the way from the pirate ship but still within throwing distance of the spinning rope cage (which, by the way, reminds me of the cage Fallout’s super mutants keep corpses in) is ...

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Titanfall 2 lands on EA and Origin Access


Titanfall 2 has been added to the vault of both EA and Origin Access, offering subscribers unlimited access to Respawn’s acclaimed mech shooter. EA Access is exclusive to Xbox One, while Origin Access provides a similar service with a slightly different library on PC. Both cost 3.99 / $4.99 a ...

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