"No surprise" for Hirai in Tokyo.
Next spring, says Hirai.
Being shown on nine titles.
This year, upgrade fans.
Details "hopefully" this year.
Massive CEO talks online. He can't be that big, surely?
SEGA gems available now.
BioWare RPG finally firms up.
European date for Elite, Halo 3 Special Edition X360 and more.
Revelations II deployed.
The Free Territory of the Americas.
"Women don't want to be spaceships," says CCP.
EVE maker gradually going vamp.
Yours for USD 50, says CCP.
Games staple gone Stateside.
Console finally arrives in Europe.
THQ signs rights till 2013.
Have your "life changed".
Opens Hudson's gates, apparently.
More on the suit, dirty windscreens and crazy little silencers.
Due out this summer.
PC first, console showing at GDC.
IPTV for 360, 10.4m sold, Live on Vista this year.
Resistance, PES6, Xbox's fifth birthday, EGTV's top five Xbox games.
Come in Reactor 4. Your time is up.
Shadow of Chernobyl men talk Zones and A-Life.
On this week.
'Launch window' title on track.
Content update in 'two months'.
Mizuguchi 'thinks so' anyway.
In Sweden, of all places.
Next-gen Burnout on teh interwoo.
No controllers in sight. We have pictures and everything.
New play modes promised.
PS2's final fantasy.
World of Warg-craft.
First past the post (etc).
Yuji Horii shares his fantasy.
DQ 'might be next Harry Potter'.
Sid Meier talks to Eurogamer.
Eurogamer meets gaming's new Bond girl, as From Russia With Love gets ready for jetpack-style lift-off.
Rage in a cable.
Truckload of images accompanies date announcement in Japan.
Q1 '06, says Nintendo.
Some news is better than no news, we suppose.
Share chunky bits with friends.
The first three buyers talk about why they queued, and why they didn't import.
Pat takes his camera along to the PSP's midnight sale-a-bration.
Europe gets the major event it deserves.
More women, more games, more of Pat's general travels.
Leipzig gets going. Pat gets snappy.
The money, the money, and the more money.