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The sad, slow death of Lego Dimensions


Toys-to-life franchise Lego Dimensions has drawn to a close, a year earlier than originally planned. Publisher Warner Bros. is yet to officially confirm the cancellation, but the writing has been on the wall for some time – and sources close to the company have told Eurogamer the series is no ...

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CD Projekt Red: "This approach to making games is not for everyone"

Some recent team-leader level departures from Cyberpunk 2077 led to speculation there was trouble in paradise – and paradise began sounding worse and worse the more CD Projekt Red company reviews on employee feedback site Glassdoor I read. Evidently the groundswell of negativity and whispering rose to such a level ...

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Shadow of War highlights the strengths and weaknesses of PS4 Pro

Monolith Productions returns with the follow-up to 2014’s superb sleeper hit, Shadow of Mordor, with the ambitious Shadow of War. In three years, it takes us from the Lithtech engine to the new Firebird Engine – upgraded code that now supports larger-scale battles, and an expanded Nemesis system. Having checked ...

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Gran Turismo Sport is HDR's killer app


Gran Turismo has rightfully earned a reputation across the years in pushing the limits of console technology, and after some unconvincing early betas, GT Sport looks like delivering another phenomenal technological masterclass. Earlier this week, Sony unleashed a massive demo version, allowing players to sample a wide variety of events ...

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Gran Turismo Sport fixes the series' racing – but at what cost?


‘The real driving simulator’, runs Gran Turismo’s long-serving tagline, a point of pride as well as something of a distinction – whether made consciously or not – between itself and its competitors. Gran Turismo has has always done a great job of the driving. It has not, historically, really delivered ...

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Call of Duty: WW2 has a London map set during the Blitz


Call of Duty: WW2 has a London map set during the Blitz, developer Sledgehammer has revealed. Sledgehammer tweeted an image of the London Docks map, which features a couple of buses (one of which has fallen into a crater in the ground) and a cafe / pub that doubles as ...

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Elite: Dangerous' future is bright, and a little less beige


At its inaugural expo event in London this weekend, Frontier Developments outlined the next 12 months of updates for its currently alien-infested space sim Elite: Dangerous. There’s an awful lot of exciting stuff in store, ranging from new ships and guild-owned space stations, to planets that aren’t so distressingly beige. ...

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