Gamer Network, which also publishes this website, has announced that The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is being demoed live next month at EGX.
UPDATE 21/03 2PM GMT: A Forbes reporter heard more about the issue from a source close to development.
Paradox and Obsidian spoke frankly to Eurogamer at GDC yesterday about their Pillars of Eternity partnership.
Diablo 3, the fastest selling PC game of all-time, has rocketed to 10 million copies sold overall, Activision Blizzard announced in an earnings call last night.
EA has announced My Garden for 3DS.
Microsoft honestly believes that Halo: Reach will outsell Call of Duty: Black Ops this autumn.
Echo & the Bunnymen lead singer Ian McCulloch has dismissed music games as "crap" - and wished instant death on everyone who plays them.
Sony Online Entertainment has announced expansions for its EverQuest MMOs at its annual Fan Faire convention in Las Vegas.
The Advertising Standards Authority has dismissed complaints that the Government's Change4Life campaign harms the videogame industry in the UK, is misleading to parents or offensive to readers.
Spore executive producer Lucy Bradshaw has ruled out a demo for Maxis' upcoming "Sim Everything", but has confirmed plans for expansions.
The very first trailer for Call of Duty 5 is now showing on Eurogamer TV.
Clever industry analysts have laid into the Microsoft Xbox business, calling its attempts to grab the casual audience "disastrous" and predicting it will "start to struggle in the market" in 2008.
Actionloop Twist is the solitary addition to the Wii Shop this week. It's a WiiWare title that costs 1000 Wii Points (GBP 7.00 / EUR 10.00 approx).
This weekend fans of anime, manga, games and all sorts will descend on London's ExCeL Arena to take in the annual London MCM Expo - and Eurogamer is an official partner of the Games Village area!
It's this season's final episode of One Life Left, Eurogamer's
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First, SingStar transformed home entertainment for starry-eyed pop tarts, allowing us to realise our wildest Pop Idol fantasies. Then along came Guitar Hero, turning a generation of fret-wank wannabes into living room rock gods.
How are you feeling this afternoon? Proudly old? Bored of the now? Then why not have a look at the Amstrad CPC - Arcade Conversions video roundup that our chums at Eurogamer:Retro have knocked together? Here is what Eurogamer:Retro end-boss Chris Wilkins has to say about it:
Good old Lair for PS3 has been delayed by at least a couple of weeks according to retailers speaking to Eurogamer, with the game now listed as 23rd November by many.
It's a good thing we wore the big belt today, because Eurogamer's feeling a bit bigger this afternoon what with the launch of Eurogamer France!
Xbox 360 will relaunch in the US on 29th April with a 120GB hard disk drive and a high-definition multimedia interface (HDMI) port. It will retail for US$ 479.99 (GBP 245 / EUR 360).
Ubisoft's ranks of PlayStation 3 launch titles were reduced yesterday as Splinter Cell: Double Agent slipped a week, Rainbow Six: Vegas and Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 both disappeared into the distance and The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion ran away for a month.
Following on from last week's announcement that Electronic Arts will publish Mercenaries 2: World in Flames, we tracked down Pandemic Studios president Josh Resnick for a quick chat about the move, and how the game will improve on its critically acclaimed predecessor.
Microsoft games head Peter Moore launched an unprecedented attack on Sony's PlayStation 3 business at CES in Las Vegas yesterday, saying the company lacks the talent or the company make-up to ever deliver a suitable online console service for consumers.
Reports yesterday suggested that the Nintendo Wii queue outside London's Oxford Street HMV - venue of the official launch event - first sprang up on Tuesday. We couldn't quite believe this. What manner of creature, for goodness sake?
With much delayed PC first-person shooter S.T.A.L.K.E.R. set for release next year, publisher THQ is moving into promotional overdrive with a series of developer diaries from GSC Game World accompanied by trailers and new screenshots.