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Edwin Evans-Thirlwell

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Soporific jaundiced warbler, based in London. Likes poetry, weird fiction, Soulsborne and Overwatch.

FeatureThe making of Devotion, China's least favourite horror game

"We want the public to know we will continue our work."

FeatureThe big Amy Hennig interview

'It is perfectly fine to have an experience that's about the journey, not difficulty or mastery.'

FeatureHow Ghost of a Tale imagines and explores a world of prejudice

Developer Lionel Gallat talks us through an uncommonly smart children's fable.

FeatureFallout 76 is an entertaining compromise

Three hours in post-apocalyptic West Virginia.

FeatureBethesda: Next gen consoles should be all about crossplay

And why it was important to announce Starfield and TES6 early.

FeatureThe hope and despair of A Light In Chorus

On turning the Golden Record into a video game.

FeatureBrenda Romero versus the systems of pain

On making games about oppression and genocide.

FeatureArkane's living prisons

Raphael Colantonio on Prey, Dishonored and breaking the world.

Ghost Recon Wildlands feels remarkably tame

Has Ubisoft's open world killing streak finally run out of steam?

FeatureEscaping Skyrim's shadow

And laying the ground for Elder Scrolls 6.

FeatureCapcom Vancouver defends Dead Rising 4's "super-polarising" changes

New zombie types, boss characters and the world explained.

FeatureHalo Wars 2 feels caught in No Man's Land

The Xbox One beta reveals a game that's struggling to find the balance between change and consolidation.

FeatureMoving targets: the scattergun politics of Far Cry 4

Ubisoft Montreal's latest could be a fine portrayal of a country under siege, if only it stopped to breathe.