Not long now!
How much Maw do you want?
No Man's Sky meets Minecraft meets Sea of Thieves.
Now with added storyline, cut-scenes, new area, large battle, more weapons...
Ian and Bertie go for a bloody spin at 3.30pm GMT.
While chatting with creative lead Colin McComb.
Featuring Homefront: The Revolution, Elite: Dangerous and Total War.
UPDATE: Ninja Theory tweets that it has "started Hellblade production afresh".
That frame-rate makes a heck of a difference.
Eurogamer's Aoife Wilson, Tom Phillips and Christian Donlan discuss a series they're increasingly besotted with. Are you?
The community remake that became a Valve-sanctioned full release.
See combat, hippy dinosaurs and a boy band.
Bold new instalment coming to PC and console first-half 2015.
After 15 years at Eurogamer, editor-in-chief Tom Bramwell is leaving. New editor Oli Welsh and former deputy editor Ellie Gibson join him for a fond farewell.
That next-gen medieval RPG with no fantasy.
It's EGX London and the end of the line.
Severed limbs in special effects house Artem.
The haters gonna hate, hate, hate, hate, hate.
Art we good?
Fist of Awesome guys' silly sports day simulator.
Those chitin bastards.
UPDATE: Will be 1080p on PS4 and 900p on Xbox One
Meet Laura Sindall as she prepares for EGX London.
UPDATE: Hour-long recording now available.
What is this PC and PS4 MMO and why should you care?
UPDATE: PS4 release pushed to autumn but free for PS Plus subs.
Which were the best games? Who got it right? Eurogamer writers assemble.
A team of Eurogamer writers tackle another trio of video gaming topics.
A team of writers from Eurogamer.net and GamesIndustry International assemble to talk games.
Eurogamer.net writers talk about what's going on in the video game world.
VideoS2E9: That Xbox One price-cut, whether the South Park game is any good, and thanks where thanks are due
Writers from Eurogamer.net assemble for another topical chat about video games.
Eurogamer writers assemble to tackle another trio of topics.
"Don't push it."
Episode Seven! Bertie and the Eurogamer.net writing team fill another hour with video game chatter.
What do you play when you want to impress a bystander with your gaming prowess?
En garde, Wesley and Bertie!
The Eurogamer writers are back, with the games they played at Christmas, what's coming up in January, and what they're most excited about in 2014. Oh, and New Year gaming resolutions, too.
The ambitious 'realistic medieval RPG' in development at Czech studio Warhorse.
Bertie sees the Ranger treats on offer.
How did the PS4 and Xbox One launches go? Also, trade-ins and the real next-gen.
An update on our PS4 and Xbox One coverage, a discussion about our games of this generation and our hopes and fears for the next.
On this week's show: Batman: Arkham Origins, Assassin's Creed 4, Christian Donlan's crazy idea for a game and Tom Bramwell's crazy calendar idea. Also, Tom Phillips.
It's back, it's finally back.
Members of the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2 development team from Obsidian, and members of The Sith Lords Restored Content Mod team, join Bertie for a very special look back at the brilliant but flawed sequel to BioWare's famous RPG.
The press conferences are over and the gloves are off. Who won, who lost, who cares? The Eurogamer team rake through the goings-on.
This time with two audio channels. Amazing. Almost as amazing as Microsoft's Xbox One reveal.
Sony has announced PS4 so Bertie, Ellie, Oli and Martin announce their opinions of it.
On three platforms now!
Botany Bay give you the power.
Is it enough?
Raiden the sweetie jar.
From Tokyo via The Daily Planet.
Paws and take a look.
First mobile-purpose built Rayman game.
Sounds like it's going to be quite hard.
Master of many, many arts.
Kinect's secret weapon?
Up to Blizzard's colossal standards.
Just around the corner now.
Media Molecule's new Vita game.
Nothing a murder won't solve.
Ubisoft's scrumptious Wii U offering.
Probably wouldn't go here on holiday.
What Generals 2 has become.
Order your own hits.
Turn-based strategical fantasy battles!
Whose side is he on?
The Vita game.
You art to watch this.
Part of Sony's big Vita push.
Sony pulling the strings.
Yes, yes, but is it a next-gen game or not?
Drench yourself in it.
Adult horror for PlayStation Move.
The first look at Visceral's effort.
Not revolutionary, but refreshing nonetheless.
Arriving 8th February.
Yet more ways to buy.