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Emma Kent


Emma was Eurogamer's summer intern in 2018 and we liked her so much we decided to keep her. Now a fully-fledged reporter, she loves asking difficult questions, smashing people at DDR and arguing about, well, everything.

FeatureMicrosoft talks Project Scarlett ID@Xbox plans

Chris Charla discusses consolidation, subscription services and curation.

FeatureAs Fallout strays further from its roots, The Outer Worlds looks to fill the void

"We know a little bit about that" from work on New Vegas, Obsidian says.

Respawn addresses underwhelming Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order gameplay, releases extended version

"I promise there is considerable challenge and depth within our combat system."

FeatureMeet the amputee who cosplayed Apex Legends' Octane at EA Play

"It's important for kids to see all the different possibilities."

FeatureBorderlands 3 is fine

Night at the Mozeium.

Borderlands 2 DLC that sets stage for Borderlands 3 leaks yet again

UPDATE: DLC confirmed, available for free download for a limited time.

Pokémon Sword and Shield's getting a Nintendo Direct next week

And there's a Pokémon press conference this evening.

Assassin's Creed: Unity positive review bomb leaves Valve confused

"We're not really sure what to do here.”

Epic launches its own version of the Steam summer sale

With Ł10 off every game over Ł13.99.

Epic Games to collect special BAFTA award

Less than one month after the Fortnite crunch report.

Metal Gear Solid remade in Dreams looks surprisingly authentic

Meanwhile, someone has made a Spider-Ham.

Tensions between Claptrap voice actor and Borderlands studio reach fever pitch

UPDATE: Gearbox says it takes assault claim "very seriously" but will "abstain from commenting on the allegations".

Path of Exile boss doesn't want his team crunching for patches

"I will not run this company that way."

FeatureUK games industry gender pay gap report shows progress, but companies must do more

"They could train more women to come into senior roles, which is something generally the industry is pretty crap at."

Hitman 2 gets a bank level this summer

Fortune favours the bald.

Activision Blizzard pays employees $1 per day to share their pregnancy data

"I want them to have a healthy baby because it's great for our business experience."

r/Games subreddit shuts for April Fool's to highlight toxicity in game communities

"Now is the time to stymie the flow of regressive ideas and prevent them from ever becoming the norm."

Bethesda's giving away Morrowind free to celebrate 25 years of The Elder Scrolls

UPDATE: Giveaway period extended following technical difficulties.

The Culling appears to finally be dead

It was slaughter fun while it lasted.