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A voice from the past


A couple of years ago my stepfather, Martin, passed away in his sleep. While he had been ill for quite a while, his death was sudden and unexpected. It came as a shock to us all and it meant that I was never able to properly say goodbye. For years ...

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Code Vein is anime Bloodborne with added buddy bonding


A third-person action-RPG with XP loss on death, bonfire mechanics and a taste for the grotesque, Code Vein has been billed as Bandai Namco’s in-house alternative to the Souls series, trading Bloodborne’s fetid strain of European Gothic for a world of anime vampires. Witness the marketing tagline, “prepare to dine”. ...

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Nintendo Switch is getting Dark Souls Remastered


UPDATE 2.35pm: Dark Souls Remastered has unsurprisingly just been confirmed for non-Nintendo Switch platforms as well. It will arrive on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on the same day – 25th May. Lordran te reclama, el Dark Souls original llega a #NintendoSwitch #PlayStation4 #XBoxOne y PC con gráficos mejorados. ...

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Jelly Deals: Up to 30% off a range of games this week


A note from the editor: Jelly Deals is a deals site launched by our parent company, Gamer Network, with a mission to find the best bargains out there. Look out for the Jelly Deals roundup of reduced-price games and kit every Saturday on Eurogamer. While there may not be a ...

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Dragon Ball FighterZ is the perfect winter pick-me-up


Here is what I knew about Dragon Ball FighterZ before I played it at Bandai Namco’s Paris expo last month: 1) developer Arc System Works is the seasoned creator of painterly, 2D beatdowns responsible for BlazBlue and Guilty Gear, 2) Dragon Ball is a venerable manga in which absurd hunks ...

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The 50 most exciting games of 2018


By Eurogamer staff Published 02/01/2018 2017 was a hell of a year for video games; can 2018 top it? We’ve combed our calendars for what we think are the most promising, or at least the most interesting, prospects due out this year – that we know about. Most of these ...

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World Health Organisation now lists "hazardous gaming" as health disorder


The World Health Organisation has listed several gaming-related conditions in its updated International Compendium of Diseases. The latest draft of the document is available to view online – and new entries for both “gaming disorder” and “hazardous gaming” are now included. Gaming disorder is listed under “disorders due to substance ...

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