We at Eurogamer read the comments, and we hear you. You love our wall-to-wall Destiny coverage, and you can't wait for a new onslaught of articles with the arrival of its sequel tomorrow. Well, I'm afraid you're going to have to wait a little longer, as we're all starting our journeys at midnight when servers are pushed live (you might see some coverage of Destiny 2 going live elsewhere right now, but even Activision thinks we should calm it a bit so didn't invite us to its review event or grant us early access beyond the beta).
Battalion 1944, the old-school multiplayer shooter that looks to emulate classics such as Call of Duty 2, is going to be making its first playable appearance at next week's EGX Rezzed.
UPDATE: Our review for Watch Dogs 2 is now live - and despite its online problems it's a massive improvement over the original.
Mafia 3, 2K and Hangar 13's big budget open world game, is hitting shops today, so you may be wondering where our review is. It's likely it won't be hitting the site until early next week, as 2K has elected not to make the game available to press prior to release, meaning we're getting our copies as it makes its way to shelves this morning.
Well hi there! Every once in a while we like to put together a reader survey to find a little bit more about you - who you are, what you play, what you like and dislike, what the three digit number is on the back of your bank card - and that time's just rolled around again. Our latest survey is online, and you'd be doing us a massive favour if you took the time to fill it out.
About that podcast some of you said you wanted back... Well, turn up at the developer sessions space at EGX around 4pm today and you'll be served with a live performance from Oli Welsh, Aoife Wilson, Chris Bratt and Martin Robinson (hi!) as they debate the highs and lows of 2015. What have been the highlights, what's the best game of the year so far and why is it Splatoon?
Nintendo has just announced its line-up for EGX 2015, the event run by Eurogamer's parent company Gamer Network thanks for asking, and it's some 30 titles strong, headed up by the likes of Star Fox Zero, Xenoblade Chronicles X and The Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes.
Excuse us a brief spot of Friday afternoon promotion. Simon Parkin, a much-loved member of the Eurogamer family for the past ten years (he started as he went on, comparing an obscure JRPG to Tolstoy), has gotten all grown up and written a book. We're told they're like websites, only there's more words and you can't see all the angry comments at the end, though if you've a biro to hand and you're offended by what you've read you could always add some of your own.
Having been tasked with writing about driving games for much of the past six years, I'm likely the first to admit that the world has run out of driving game puns - well, the wheely good ones have, anyway. So I'm not going to bother, and am instead going to cut straight to the (car!) chase.
UPDATE: It's all over! We'll be sending codes along to you in the next day or so, so keep your eyes on your inboxes.
You've probably noticed if you've logged into Steam over the past day there have been a few changes. Valve's Alden Kroll was kind enough to run us through them yesterday, but in short they're aimed at making it easier to discover games in the ever-growing swell of titles on the service. Part of that is the introduction of Curators, and of course we're not ones to miss out on a party so we've set up our own page.
We're nearly there. Since Microsoft launched the Xbox 360 at the end of 2005, it's been a long and often fascinating journey through what's loosely defined as the seventh generation of consoles.
Update: In addition to the position we're advertising for a Lead Graphic Designer (see below), we are also trying to fill Web Designer/Developer paid intern positions, so if you like scribblin' and codin' and fancy getting some experience of such things in our company, investigate the ad and apply.
We've already picked our game of Rezzed 2013 - although, to be perfectly clear, there were so many games of Rezzed 2013 - so here's a chance to see what tickled your fancy over the weekend in Birmingham.
"This s**t doesn't make sense, and that's okay!" Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon's creative director Dean Evans told us a few weeks back, and he's right. It really, really is. Blood Dragon's an unapologetic gaggle of heavy handed references and long play VHS tapes with the tracking out of whack, and it's all in the name of fun.
Gamescom is over! Well, it was actually over a while ago now - Tom P, Wes and I have just emerged from a sausage-induced slumber and realised that in the haze of pork, thimbles of beer and video games we never got round to naming EG's Game of the Show.
Red Bull's been kind enough to offer Eurogamer reader's a guaranteed spot on its forthcoming Gridsters competition, an event that's taking place over the Goodwood Festival of Speed from June 28 to July 1 and that will send the winner packing off to the Abu Dhabi GP later this year.
Red Bull has kick-started a competition to find the best racing game player at this year's Goodwood Festival of Speed - and the ultimate winner will find themselves at this year's Abu Dhabi GP in November.