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All of Eurogamer's podcasts under one roof. Subscribe here for the weekly Newscast show, the in-depth interview series One-to-One, and the occasional one-off. Newscast is hosted by Eurogamer editor-in-chief Tom Phillips, and discusses the biggest goings-on in games. And One-to-One is hosted by associate editor Bertie Purchese, who finds fascinating people from around the world of games to talk to. Find out more about supporting Eurogamer on the website: https://www.eurogamer.net/subscribe
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast, we discuss the reports that Nintendo Switch 2 will now launch in 2025, later than its previously-expected arrival towards the end of this year. Nintendo itself is yet to say anything certain about its inevitable Switch successor, but its steady path towards launch has been tracked by numerous reports. Now, we di…
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast, we discuss Microsoft's business update that brought us confirmation Xbox will launch four console exclusives - for now - on PlayStation and Nintendo Switch. But why did Microsoft choose not to name those four games (even though Hi-Fi Rush, Pentiment, Grounded and Sea of Thieves were immediately reported to be th…
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast, we discuss the bombshell news that some of Xbox's biggest exclusives are being mulled by Microsoft for release on PlaySation. Blockbuster games such as Starfield and the upcoming Indiana Jones title could no longer be Xbox exclusives, reports now claim, following whispers that smaller titles such as Hi-Fi Rush w…
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast, we discuss January's PlayStation State of Play and the latest game announcements. Sony showed off what's to come this year, including looks at Stellar Blade, Judas, and Silent Hill, plus reveals of Sonic x Shadow Generations, Until Dawn and Metro Awakening. Perhaps most exciting is the return of Hideo Kojima wit…
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast, we discuss today's statement from The Pokémon Company that confirms it will investigate Palworld for possible intellectual property infringement. It's an unprecedented move by Pokémon to publicly call out Palworld as a game worthy of inspection - after 25 years of rip-offs and clones that have been quietly nuked…
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast, we discuss Microsoft's Xbox Developer Direct 2024, our first look ahead at the year to come from one of the big three console makers. The big draw was Indiana Jones and The Great Circle from Wolfenstein maker MachineGames, a blockbuster action adventure clearly set up to be Microsoft's answer to Uncharted. But t…
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Ho ho hello! Christmas may already seem a distant memory, but we have gathered in our finest festive gear for one final treat - the Eurogamer Newscast News Quiz of the Year 2023. A now annual tradition, the news quiz sees us look back at some of the year's more oddball news headlines and argue over who deserves the most points for remembering them.…
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You know her best as Amicia from the Plague Tale series. Charlotte McBurney was just 16 years old when she was cast in the first game, and everything about the recording experience was new. She would run home from college so she could fit a few hours of recording in. Jump forwards a few years to the sequel A Plague Tale: Requiem, though, and French…
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast, we discuss the first ever trailer for GTA 6 which was finally released following a tease from Rockstar, after the trailer leaked online ahead of schedule. That means we've got a look at the game's two protagonists, its modern day Vice City setting, and the general vibe of the game's story. We also know it's set …
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast, we discuss this year's various video game remakes and remasters, including the recently-announced The Last of Us Part 2 Remastered, which is headed to PlayStation 5 in January. While TLOU2 was launched on PS4, it's still just three years on from that game's arrival. How do we feel about there already being a "Re…
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast, we share our hopes and fears for Nintendo's now-officially confirmed The Legend of Zelda live-action movie. The internet has leapt upon the announcement to suggest various names for Link, but who can you really see in the role - and can it not be Tom Holland, please? And definitely not Mark Wahlberg as an aged L…
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast, we share our warp pipe dreams for Mario Kart 9, as the final wave of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe DLC gets its release date. Nintendo has elongated the lifespan of its Wii U Mario Kart creation to last the entirety of the Switch era - and now we've reached the point where pretty much every track from the series worth pla…
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast, we discuss this week's Xbox Partner Preview showcase, which featured around a dozen intriguing titles coming to Microsoft's console in the near-ish future. Tomorrow's Alan Wake 2 got a final airing and it looks just as creepy as we'd have hoped. Like A Dragon: Infinite Wealth has an Animal Crossing mode, and Liv…
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast, we discuss what's next for Microsoft and Activision Blizzard now they have finally tied the knot. This week, Xbox boss Phil Spencer sounded a note of caution over how quickly we'd see the fruits of Microsoft's $68.7bn Activision Blizzard acquisition for ourselves. There will be no immediate drop of Activision cl…
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Giles Goddard is one of the few westerners who've worked inside Nintendo HQ in Japan. He went there as a young adult in the early 1990s, to help make Star Fox and the SuperFX chip that powered it, and he stayed ever since. Goddard worked at Nintendo for more than decade, and was instrumental not only in SNES games like Star Fox and Stunt Race FX, b…
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast, we discuss Sony's newly-announced PlayStation 5 "Slim", which is set to launch in the US next month. Repeatedly leaked, the PS5 Slim's existence was not too much of a surprise, though word that its digital version would cost more in the US and that you now need to splash out £25 to stand the console upright stil…
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Today is World Mental Health Day. This annual event is all about raising mental health awareness, with the aim to drive positive change for everyone's mental wellbeing. And, not that there ever needs to be an excuse to talk about mental health at any time of the year, but it is also a good opportunity for us to do just that. So please, join me, Vic…
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast, we discuss the topic of video game industry layoffs, something that seems to be rarely out of the headlines over the past few weeks and months. Layoffs are nothing new, of course, but this year in particular feels like a particularly tough time, at companies big and small. From tech giants such as Microsoft and …
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast, we bid farewell to PlayStation boss Jim Ryan, who has announced his departure from the company after almost three decades of service. We look back at Ryan's tenure at the top of Sony's console business, which included the launch of PlayStation 5 and the acquisition of Bungie. Sony has seen huge sales successes, …
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast, we're discussing what feels like the biggest leak of Xbox gaming news in history, which has left Microsoft's plans to launch new hardware in 2024 and a new console generation in 2028 exposed. Next year's redesigned Xbox Series X is digital only, according to documents from 2022 that Microsoft presented to the FT…
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast, we discuss today's report by Eurogamer that Nintendo is showing Switch 2 tech demos to developers, including at Gamescom last month. The new hardware from the Big N now feels closer than ever - but when exactly will it arrive? More importantly, perhaps - for any Nintendo console - is what Nintendo game will it l…
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast, we're back from Gamescom and scurrying around trying to let you know everything we saw. We chatted to Phil Spencer, we saw Starfield, we played Sonic and much more. But what else caught our eye? We sat down this week to chat about what we saw and ended up honing in on some of our personal favourites - games whic…
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast, we look ahead to the rest of 2023, and everything on the horizon we can't wait to play. Turns out, there's a lot to get excited about! Can you think of the top three games you're looking forward to over the rest of the year? It's a question three of us try and answer while juggling this autumn's bulging release …
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast, we look back at a week of headlines from Microsoft's time in court arguing its case to buy Activision Blizzard with the FTC. In the video game industry, courtroom drama does not get much bigger than this. Microsoft's Phil Spencer and Satya Nadella, Sony's Jim Ryan and Activision boss Bobby Kotick have all given …
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast, we discuss yesterday's Mario-packed Nintendo Direct and Microsoft's suprise price rises. For Nintendo, yesterday's online extravaganza acted like a shot of adrenaline to the Switch's aging heart. There had been questions around how much Nintendo might still have for Switch, post Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. Now …
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast, we're back to wrap up the end of a tiring but intriguing week of Summer Game Fest and not-E3 announcements, which offered us the usual mixed bag of presentations, CG trailers, and the occaisonal musical interlude. What were our favourites? There was a real variety of things on offer, from Dont Nod's Jusant and C…
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast, we react to last night's Summer Game Fest opening livestream, which offered us a first look at new Sonic and Prince of Persia games, plus a mouth-watering glimpse at Final Fantasy 7: Rebirth. What didn't we see? A little oddly, Square Enix decided not to showcase Final Fantasy 16 - the one which actually goes on…
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Darkest Dungeon as a series grew out of one central and refreshing idea: "Being an adventurer is a shit line of work." What if all those horrors and killing your adventurers saw took its toll on them? What if they became stressed out and developed afflictions - both mental and physical - because of it? In this episode of One-to-One, we hear from Da…
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast, we discuss Sony's PlayStation Showcase event, and offer our thoughts on everything that was shown - and not shown - last night. We got an extended look at Spider-Man 2, and announcements of the much-rumoured Metal Gear Solid 3 remake, Bungie's next game Marathon, Haven's first title Fairgame$, and something call…
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I wonder sometimes whether BioWare will ever do another trilogy of games again, because the more time that passes, the more I appreciate what an ambitious idea that was, with Mass Effect. Three games that would tell one story and that you could carry one hero all the way through - that's not just bold, that's borderline outrageous! Especially when …
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast we discuss the latest headache for Microsoft - Redfall's negative launch reaction - and the eye-opening comments made by Xbox boss Phil Spencer as he subsequently discussed what went wrong. We also look beyond Redfall at the pressure now on Microsoft to deliver with Starfield, following various first-party delays…
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast we discuss the fallout from today's dramatic decision by the UK to block Microsoft's $68.7bn Activision Blizzard deal, and whether an appeal could still turn things around. With the UK regulator issuing a stern warning over how it sees the deal impacting competitiveness among cloud gaming companies, it remains to…
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast it's all about Zelda, and the many burning questions we still have surrounding the upcoming Tears of the Kingdom. Despite all the details to be found in Nintendo's final Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom trailer, there's still so much we don't know. How much has changed in Hyrule since Breath of the Wild, and how many …
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Do you know how Vikings used to work out who'd die of their wounds and who wouldn't? And I mean internal wounds here, not obvious external ones. Onion soup. The Viking healers would feed the warriors really stinky onion soup and then, if the healers could smell it, it probably meant the stomach had been perforated and old Bjorn was on their way to …
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast, we discuss the bleeding-edge technologies on show this week at GDC 2023 - from Epic Games' eye-popping Unreal Engine to Ubisoft's intriguing new Ghostwriter dialogue tool. Last night's startling State of Unreal presentation by Epic revealed a swathe of new features coming to the company's suite of game developme…
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That's it. Potentially the most prestigious TV adaptation of a game series has ended, and what an impact it made. But did HBO and Naughty Dog manage to get the balance right? Did it work when the series veered away from the games? Here, we assemble a mixed panel of people from Eurogamer who've all seen the show, some of which have played The Last o…
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When we introduced our supporter programme about a year-and-a-half ago, we knew it might take some time to get right. That's why we've made some big changes to it, and the biggest of all: we've significantly lowered the price. Now, for the new price of £2.99/$2.99 a month, or £29.99/$29.99 a year, you get everything on offer. That includes Eurogame…
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When Hitman 3 recently changed its name to Hitman World of Assassination, it fulfilled a plan that had been 10 years in the making at Danish studio IO. A plan that had survived management buyouts and near bankruptcy, and which ended up making Hitman better and more popular than ever before. To call it a turnaround feels like an understatement: IO i…
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This interview podcast was recorded a few years ago now, at the end of 2018. It features author and game-lover Stuart Turton who, at the time, had just won an award for his debut murder mystery novel The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle. He's since gone on to write a second novel, called The Devil and the Dark Water, and is not far off releasing a…
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Dana Nightingale is the campaign director at Arkane Lyon, the celebrated studio behind the Dishonored series and Deathloop. She's known for her work designing the Clockwork Mansion in Dishonored 2, and for fixing down the critical path in Deathloop - as in, who you have to kill and when - and how to track across a time-looping game and how to prese…
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast, we discuss Microsoft's next steps to get its $68.7bn Activision Blizzard buyout past regulators and over the finish line. Earlier this week, Microsoft went to Brussels to argue its case with the European Commission, one of three major regulators still needing to be convinced - and Eurogamer was in attendance. It…
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Hello and welcome to the Eurogamer Newscast, which this week looks ahead to everything on the horizon for Nintendo Switch - and Nintendo itself. Of course, we recap last night's Nintendo Direct and discuss what we thought about Pikmin getting a dog and whether Zelda really will be playable in Tears of the Kingdom. But with the knowledge that Ninten…
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Hello and welcome to the Eurogamer Newscast, which this week is all about the best (and worst) video game adaptations. We've all been watching The Last of Us which has become a properly massive TV event - but it's not the first great video game adaptation by any means. Is it the best? It's certainly up there - though there's strong competition alre…
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UK charity SpecialEffect helps physically disabled people play games. Through bespoke equipment and software, it's changed lives. It's why Microsoft and Sony asked SpecialEffect for help while making their Xbox and PlayStation accessibility controllers, and it's why the charity has become a leading speaker in the movement for better accessibility i…
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Hello and welcome back to the Eurogamer Newscast! We're already almost halfway through January 2023 and the video games industry is stirring. There are huge games on the horizon and plenty to look forward to - and look forward we will. 2023 promises to be a stellar year for video games, full of proper current-gen console exclusives, awesome indies …
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Game director Kevin Choteau recounts the entire development story behind acclaimed action adventure series A Plague Tale. He recalls how the original game was a mess and nearly ended in disaster, and how the original idea was formed. He also talks about the decisions surrounding the powerful ending to the sequel, and whether or not there will ever …
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Ho ho ho and welcome to the Eurogamer Newscast News Quiz of the Year 2022! As the video games industry begins to hibernate over the holidays, we're still here for one last look back at the biggest headlines of 2022 - and of course, as we're all about games, we turn this into a game as well. From Microsoft's attempted Activision Blizzard takeover to…
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast, it's the morning after the night before - and what a night. While The Game Awards 2022 dominated the news, Microsoft's $68.7bn Activision Blizzard takeover faced a major setback with the FTC and Diablo 4's big release date announcement was superseded by serious claims of mismanagement and crunch. The awards cere…
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This week on the Eurogamer Newscast, we're discussing the PlayStation 6 - specifically, Sony's concerns about Call of Duty not being available on the upcoming platform, which we now know will debut sometime from 2027 onwards. It's been another week dominated by news of Microsoft's $68bn Activision Blizzard takeover attempt, which is currently being…
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