Rainbow Six Siege is brilliant. I've not had this much fun with an online shooter in ages so yesterday's release of the games first DLC pack was cause for celebration.
It's been seven long years since we last had a Rainbow Six game, and the multiplayer-focussed Siege could well have been worth the wait. I've been ploughing through it across both PC and PS4, and while it's not without its problems, when it all clicks into place it's absolutely fantastic.
Last month, Christian Donlan found out what it's like to play Rainbow Six Siege alone. This was based on his experiences with Siege's terrohunt mode which can, if you prefer, be played solo.
Hello Eurogamers, please enjoy this week's fresh batch of game videos, still hot from the Outside Xbox video oven. This week we have been pondering the lack of decent horror games on Xbox One.
Reactions to the UK's heatwave this week have been mixed, from people complaining loudly on social media to people complaining quietly to themselves in a darkened room because they can't muster the energy to go on social media.
Good job everyone, we made it to the end of another week - and what a week it's been.
Rainbow Six Siege smashed its way into E3 with destruction-based asymmetric multiplayer and lady hostages for maximum empathy. The first demo of its siege action took place in a highly destructible suburban house in Boston.