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Watch: Chris is rubbish at Ocarina of Time


Late to the Party episode two. By Johnny Chiodini Published 06/11/2015 In case you didn’t catch it first time round, Late to the Party is a show in which we put a Eurogamer staff member through the ringer with a classic game they’ve never played. This time, Chris Bratt is ...

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Xenoblade Chronicles X downloadable data packs cut load times


Open world Wii U exclusive Xenoblade Chronicles X is so big Nintendo is providing downloadable data packs to cut loading times for its disc-based version. Four packs are now available from the Wii U eShop which altogether weigh in at around 11GB – a hefty chunk of the console’s total ...

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Xenoblade Chronicles X review


Two years ago NASA announced a plan to deliver a container filled with seeds to the moon. It will be the first in a range of experiments to test the viability of humans colonising nearby moons and planets when we’re finally done ruining this one. It’s a gallant goal and ...

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Nintendo Account service launches first in Japan


Nintendo has begun rolling out its new account service, catchily named Nintendo Account, beginning in Japan. This all-in-one new membership scheme is designed to act as a single log-in for all Nintendo platforms, including future Nintendo apps for tablet and smartphone. You’ll also use Nintendo Account to log in to ...

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Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival review


How strange that a game where the happiest player wins should have made so many people so very angry. Only it’s not really strange at all, is it? It’s hard to think of another publisher whose games are so regularly resented for simply existing, but such is the way with ...

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Now you can be Frog Mario in Super Mario Maker


Super Mario Maker has added the Frog Mario costume from Super Mario Bros. 3. Mario’s amphibious suit is the reward for completing a new set of NES Remix-themed course which have been freshly added to the game (thanks, Nintendo Life). “Become the world’s greatest NES master!” the course’s description reads. ...

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Xbox 360 at 10: How XBLA changed the industry forever


The Xbox 360 turned 10 this week and there’s a lot to admire about how Microsoft’s second console forever changed the gaming landscape. It brought us all sort of neat goodies like a multimedia dashboard, the almost definitive gamepad, and loads of influential titles like Gears of War, Mass Effect ...

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Preserving the past: why emulation matters


Sony’s stealth announcement that it can emulate PS2 games on the PlayStation 4, as revealed by the bundle of retro Star Wars games included with the Battlefront-branded console, has quite rightly resulted in a lot of excitement and anticipation. Surely the floodgates must soon open, releasing hundreds of beloved classics ...

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