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Johnny Minkley


Johnny Minkley is a veteran games writer and broadcaster, former editor of Eurogamer TV, VP of gaming charity SpecialEffect, and hopeless social media addict.

Red Dead Redemption

Best western?


Fire works.

Feature | Nintendo's Eiji Aonuma

Extensive video and text interview with the spirit of the Zelda series.


Risky business.


EA shows the Create-A-Set-Piece system. Freer kick!

Left 4 Dead 2

Axe to grind.

E3: Wolfenstein

Veiled threat.

F1 2009

Qualifying session.

Feature | Double Fine's Tim Schafer

On fans, funnies and roadie love.

Feature | EA Sports' Peter Moore

On MotionPlus, E3 and taking the fight to the internet.

Red Faction: Guerrilla

Small town riot.

Feature | The Art of Dante's Inferno

Wayne Barlowe on raising Hell.

Dante's Inferno

Go to Hell.

Company of Heroes: Tales of Valor

Anything left in the tank?

Feature | Silicon Knights' Denis Dyack

Taking on Epic, reviewers and the internet.


Gene cool.

Feature | Maxis' Will Wright

Spore, The Sims and what lies ahead.

Feature | Eurogamer TV: The Best of E3

Top vids you might have missed.

Far Cry 2

So far, so good.

Feature | UFC 2009 Undisputed

The Ultimate Fighter?


Gesture politics with the Wii version.


Changing tactics with Xbox 360 and PS3.

Feature | Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Conspiracy: Video Roundup

Exclusive quintet of clips from the declassified finished article.

Feature | Alone in the Dark Video Roundup

Extensive gameplay capture in big, neat and spooky chunks.

Feature | FaceBreaker

Heads will roll.

EA Casual Roundup

Casual need a break occasionally.

Feature | Grand Theft Auto IV Gameplay Video Roundup

Lots of direct-feed of our favourite bits.

Feature | Eurogamer TV Show - Episode 21

Video Games Live! War! 2007 again!

Tom Clancy's EndWar

Fighting talk.

Feature | Eurogamer TV Show: Episode 20

Mass Effect, Crysis, 'Woo hoo!'

Feature | Eurogamer TV Show: Episode 19

PS3 joy, FPS hell and WWE asphyxiation.

Feature | BBFC: Who are they rating for?

Comparing the BBFC's attitude to film and games.