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Robert Purchese

Senior Staff Writer

Bertie is senior staff writer and Eurogamer's Poland-and-dragons correspondent. He's part of the furniture here, a friendly chair, and reports on all kinds of things, the stranger the better.

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Witcher dev CD Projekt Red already working on a new single-player game to follow Cyberpunk 2077

"We have two worlds and we want to create games in those two worlds."

FeatureThe amazing stories of a man you've never heard of

Brando, Bowie, and everything in between.

FeatureWe talk to Amazon about its New World MMO and the problematic associations

"The colonialism stuff: there's no way to tell that story in a good way."

FeatureFive of the Best: Zip wires

It's all downhill from here.

FeatureBlizzard explains the World of Warcraft level squash

And guess what? Paladins are getting auras back.

FeatureEverything we learned about Overwatch 2 at this year's BlizzCon

Story missions, character talents, Overwatch 1 compatibility, hands-on and more.

FeatureEverything we learned about Diablo 4 at this year's Blizzcon

Always online, open world and grimdark art - hands-on and more.

Blizzard apology does not silence protestors at BlizzCon 2019

"It seems like they've forgotten their values."

FeatureFive of the Best: Mountains

Everest and read this.

I want to play your game but I can't: Overland and its journey with dyslexia

"The way our brains process letters shouldn't be what we are failing at."

FeatureFive of the Best: Hubs

Addicted to base.

FeatureFive of the Best: Maps

Never eat shredded wheat.

FeatureI like bad luck and I cannot lie

Misfortune and glory, kid.

FeatureFive of the Best: Potions

A new series celebrating the little things that make games great.

Discord now lets you stream gameplay to people

So you can share river friend.

FeatureThe big WoW Classic interview

"What if we spawned Ragnaros in Stormwind and Orgrimmar?"

FeatureGoodbye Rutger Hauer, it's such a shame you were only in two games

You could have helped us see things we wouldn't believe.

Tim Willits will leave id Software this month after 24 years there

"After QuakeCon I will announce my future plans..."

It sounds like People Can Fly would love to do Bulletstorm 2

"We want this IP to have its second life."

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