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Oli Welsh has worked at Eurogamer for 14 years, and led the website as Editor-in-Chief for seven of those. Now, however, he has decided to move on, and embark on a new challenge in his life, which is a wonderful attitude to have. This, then, is my final chance to sit down with Oli before he leaves, to hear about his life and how he came to be in th…
 
The story goes that Fahmi was drinking a warm green tea latte one cold, rainy night, and looking out of his window, when an idea hit him. He felt serenely calm and warm and wondered, 'Why isn't there a game that makes me feel like this?' So an idea began to, ahem, percolate in his mind. An idea about a game in which you served warm drinks in a cafe…
 
The tide of accessibility in games is turning. Ground-breaking releases like The Last of Us Part 2, Spider-Man: Miles Morales, and Forza Horizon 5 show us what can be accomplished when you think about accessibility in the right way. They show us that by consulting the right people and by factoring accessibility deep into the foundations of your gam…
 
One thing the old Eurogamer Podcast was really good at was giving our writers a way to show themselves outside of the pieces they write for the site. I think this provided an opportunity for you to get to know them - us - beyond the words, as people, which we are, horns and tails and hooves aside. And I didn't want to lose that with the New Podcast…
 
Even when she was writing Harry Potter fanfiction as a child, something I'm sure she won't thank me for sharing, she was doing something she still does now: questioning the world and challenging the parts of it she doesn't like. It's a mindset which would catapult her to fame when collaborating on Inkle's celebrated game 80 Days, as she unpicked th…
 
Quake holds a special place in our hearts at Eurogamer because it was out of that community the website once grew. Imagine that! It feels like an era ago. But where better to begin a new venture, a new podcast series, than there? Yes, the Eurogamer Podcast is back! But it's slightly different to what you might have heard before. Long-time Eurogamer…
 
The Sonic the Hedgehog movie has had quite the journey - from its disturbing first reveal, which even Sonic's original creator wasn't happy with - to recently becoming a box office smash.But did we enjoy it? Join guides editor Matthew Reynolds (twitter.com/Crazyreyn), guides writer Lottie Lynn (twitter.com/StormScribe), and our tech team's Thomas M…
 
We've been having a lovely time with Dreams, the Media Molecule game that's been in early access for almost a year, and in development before the PS4 was even revealed.Despite this, there are still questions about what Dreams is, and what you get and can do in the final game, so guides editor Matthew Reynolds (twitter.com/Crazyreyn), features edito…
 
Have you played Outer Wilds yet? You must! A glorious little solar system filled with dynamic forces! A time loop that encourages exploration! A puzzle to solve and a culture - several cultures - to uncover. And a game so good it was crowned Eurogamer's game of 2019.And yet some people have bounced off this game. The ship controls, the art style, t…
 
A quiet January for new releases has been helped with the arrival of Temtem, a Pokémon-inspired MMO available now in Early Access - which has caused enough of a buzz that servers have struggled to keep up with demand.Join a full compliment of guides staff - guides editor Matthew Reynolds (twitter.com/Crazyreyn), guides writer Lottie Lynn (twitter.c…
 
What makes a good Double-A game? You know, the games that might not have had the biggest budgets or the best marketing, but which still made your life a bit brighter with their gimmicks and sense of simple fun.We've been looking at Double-A games over the last few months with our new-ish feature series, and we wanted to delve into more about what m…
 
As you might have seen from the massive number of Steam player concurrents, a lot of people have had The Witcher on their mind since the release of the Netflix show, us included - so much so that we wanted to discuss it on the podcast.Join guides editor Matthew Reynolds (twitter.com/Crazyreyn), reporter Emma Kent (twitter.com/GoneEFK), deputy edito…
 
Join guides editor Matthew Reynolds (twitter.com/Crazyreyn), deputy editor Wesley Yin-Poole (twitter.com/wyp100), news editor Tom Phillips (twitter.com/tomphillipseg) and guides writer Lottie Lynn (twitter.com/stormscribe) for a preview of what's coming in 2020, as well as a few predictions of our own.As mentioned, we recorded this before we broke …
 
As you might have seen on the site, we recently published our Games of the Decade, where we discussed 30 games that defined the last 10 years.As well as that list of 30, the original plan was to also choose one single game that best defined the decade. We discussed it a lot in the office, and we even got as far as recording a podcast, with the inte…
 
Stadia, the new streaming service from Google, has launched in state that, to quote Digital Foundry's tech review, is far from ready.Deputy editor Wesley Yin-Poole (twitter.com/wyp100) - who has been playing Stadia and reporting on the launch - guides editor Matthew Reynolds (twitter.com/Crazyreyn) and reporter Imogen Beckhelling (twitter.com/immyb…
 
There's a lot of anticipation around this year's Pokémon game, Sword and Shield - it introduces the eighth generation of creatures, a new region based on the UK and is the first original Pokemon game for the Nintendo Switch. Unfortunately, the end result is a bit of a disappointment.Guides editor Matthew Reynolds (twitter.com/Crazyreyn), guides wri…
 
After a huge departure for Call of Duty with Black Ops 4 last year - swapping out a traditional single-player story for a more in vogue battle royale mode - this year's game, Modern Warfare, is back-to-basics; a soft reboot which not only sees familiar faces returning, but also attempts to court controversy with its campaign.Unfortunately, despite …
 
With the port of The Witcher 3 on Switch attracting a lot of new and returning players, we - editor Oli Welsh (who wrote our original The Witcher 3 review in 2015), senior staff writer Robert Purchase and video producer Zoe Delahunty-Light - decided to pool our Witcher knowledge to discuss the things you should definitely prioritise and watch out f…
 
As it's Sega Week on the site, we thought we'd run a bonus podcast paying homage to none other than Sonic the Hedgehog.Instead of deciding the one definitive best Sonic game, we wanted to discuss the best of Sonic in all kinds of ways to celebrate his rather diverse past - from best 2D and 3D games, best racing game, best spin-off, and other increa…
 
As you might have spotted on the site this past fortnight we've been busy looking at the rather brilliant Apple Arcade, talking about games such as Where Cards Fall, Hexaflip and What the Golf.Features editor Christian Donlan has been flying the flag for us, who - alongside editor Oli Welsh (twitter.com/OliWelsh) and guides editor Matthew Reynolds …
 
Following the likes of Cadence of Hyrule and Fire Emblem, Nintendo’s streak of incredible Switch games continues with a remake of a Game Boy classic.Guides Editor Matthew Reynolds (twitter.com/Crazyreyn) and features editor Christian Donlan join news editor Tom Phillips (twitter.com/TomPhillipsEG) who explains how a special Zelda game has been pres…
 
They say puns are the lowest form of humour. And yet - if you're a long time reader of the site, you'll know we take them very seriously.With Eurogamer turning 20 years old this week, guides editor Matthew Reynolds (twitter.com/Crazyreyn), deputy editor Wesley Yin-Poole (twitter.com/wyp100), reporter Emma Kent (twitter.com/GoneEFK) and features edi…
 
The addition of overpowered mechs in Fortnite's latest season has riled up not only the pro players, but seemingly everyone else playing too.Guides editor Matthew Reynolds (twitter.com/Crazyreyn) is joined by fellow Fortnite enthusiasts news editor Tom Phillips (twitter.com/TomPhillipsEG), reporter Emma Kent (twitter.com/GoneEFK) and features edito…
 
It feels like the success of Fire Emblem: Three Houses has taken everyone a bit by surprise - we knew it'll be brilliant, but it's seen the best-selling launch for the series as far as UK charts go back and, perhaps as a result, has resulted in a lot of questions as people get to grips in what appears to be a very demanding game.The good news is th…
 
This episode is all about Auto Chess - games such as Teamfight Tactics and Dota Underlords - which has become the next big thing on PC, and a bandwagon several big publishers are jumping on.Guides editor Matthew Reynolds (twitter.com/Crazyreyn) asks in-house experts deputy editor Wesley Yin-Poole (twitter.com/wyp100) and Metabomb's Ed Thorne (twitt…
 
Trust Nintendo to release spin-off Zelda and Mario games this summer and both turn out to be as good as their main entries.We wanted to shine the spotlight on Cadence of Hyrule, a Zelda game by the Crypt of the NecroDancer team Brace Yourself Games - a non-Nintendo studio - who has made a remarkably Nintendo-like game.Join guides editor Matthew Rey…
 
Our final podcast of E3 2019 sees guides editor Matthew Reynolds (twitter.com/Crazyreyn) join our away team to discuss what it was like being on the ground at this year's show - from our first timers, reporter Emma Kent (twitter.com/GoneEFK) and staff writer Chris Tapsell (twitter.com/ChrisTapsell), to veterans Johnny Chiodini (twitter.com/Johnneh)…
 
After seven livestreams, several late nights and a lot of coffee, we made it - E3 2019 is finally underway.Our away team is running around the E3 showfloor covering what's just been announced, so in the meantime, guides editor Matthew Reynolds (twitter.com/Crazyreyn), features editor Christian Donlan, deputy editor Wesley Yin-Poole (twitter.com/wyp…
 
E3 2019 is almost here! Guides editor Matthew Reynolds (twitter.com/Crazyreyn), features editor Christian Donlan, deputy editor Wesley Yin-Poole (twitter.com/wyp100) and reporter Emma Kent (twitter.com/GoneEFK) discuss what they want from this year's show, and what they expect to see from the likes of EA, Microsoft, Ubisoft and many more.Our full E…
 
Eurogamer is relaunching its series of 'best games' features, starting with the Nintendo Switch, and we thought what better way to explain why we're doing it, and how we've settled on the games we have, than doing it live on the podcast?Join guides editor Matthew Reynolds (twitter.com/Crazyreyn), reviews editor Martin Robinson (twitter.com/vics_vip…
 
Detective Pikachu is a weird film, and if you're like us, you inevitably have a few thoughts on how it all pieces together.Join Eurogamer's biggest Pokemon fans - staff writer Chris Tapsell (twitter.com/ChrisTapsell), news editor Tom Phillips (twitter.com/TomPhillipsEG), social media manager Paul Watson (twitter.com/WalnutSoap) and guides editor Ma…
 
There's nothing Final Fantasy fans enjoy more than debating which is the best game in the series - so with features editor Martin Robinson declaring on the website how "the best Final Fantasy is even better now that it's portable" with the arrival of FF12 release on Switch, now is the perfect time to get into it ourselves on the podcast.Martin (twi…
 
It was no secret both PlayStation and Microsoft were working on new consoles, but it was Sony who was the first to release concrete details of its next system - for what we assume will be called the PlayStation 5.Join guides editor and host Matthew Reynolds (twitter.com/Crazyreyn), deputy editor Wesley Yin-Poole (twitter.com/wyp100), staff writer C…
 
The Ace Attorney series is breaking new ground this week, with a remaster of the Phoenix Wright trilogy making its console and PC debut.It probably explains why, despite having such an ardent fanbase, few in the Eurogamer office have played an Ace Attorney game.Podcast host Matthew Reynolds (twitter.com/Crazyreyn) is joined by two long-time fans of…
 
At EGX Rezzed 2019 in London, Matthew Reynolds (twitter.com/Crazyreyn) hosted a live podcast featuring editor Oli Welsh (twitter.com/OliWelsh), deputy editor Wesley Yin-Poole (@wyp100), reviews editor Martin Robinson (twitter.com/vics_viper) and contributor Malindy Hetfeld (twitter.com/yourkyotowife) answering your questions on reviews and the revi…
 
Hello! And welcome back to the Eurogamer Podcast where we're getting very excited about Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, the latest game from the team behind Dark Souls.This week Christian Donlan is joined by Ed Thorn, Hirun Cryer and Keza MacDonald.โดย Eurogamer
 
Well, who saw this coming? The original Diablo is now available as a digital download - for the first time ever - courtesy of GOG and Blizzard.Guides editor Matthew Reynolds (twitter.com/Crazyreyn), editor Oli Welsh (twitter.com/OliWelsh), senior staff writer Robert Purchase (twitter.com/Clert) and features editor Christian Donlan reacquaint themse…
 
If you've played the demo or early access, it was clear Anthem - BioWare's new games-as-a-service loot shooter - would be a fascinating if flawed game, and unfortunately the full game only emphasises what a mess it is in places.Guides editor Matthew Reynolds (twitter.com/Crazyreyn), news editor Tom Phillips (twitter.com/TomPhillipsEG) and guides wr…
 
Apex Legends - the new game from Titanfall studio Respawn Entertainment - has had quite the journey. Leaked one minute, playable the next, and suddenly it's seen a staggering 25 million users to cement itself as one of the biggest battle royale games - all in a matter of weeks! Four of those players - guides editor Matthew Reynolds (@Crazyreyn on T…
 
We're doing something a little different this episode - senior staff writer Robert Purchase (@Clert on Twitter) recently interviewed 2018 Costa First Novel Award Winner Stuart Turton (@stu_turton on Twitter) about how a lifelong diet of games influenced his book, murder mystery the Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle - often without even realising it…
 
2019 gets off to a flying start with Resident Evil 2, a remake that manages to meet some very high expectations in reviving the most fondly-remembered entry in the series. As well as why it's such a brilliant remake, guides editor Matthew Reynolds (twitter.com/Crazyreyn), deputy editor Wesley Yin-Poole (twitter.com/wyp100) and reviews editor Martin…
 
It's January, so you know what that means - we ignore all the games we didn't get round to finishing in 2018 and start looking forward to brand new ones instead.Join Matthew Reynolds (twitter.com/Crazyreyn), Wesley Yin-Poole (twitter.com/wyp100), Emma Kent (twitter.com/GoneEFK) and Oli Welsh (twitter.com/oliwelsh) for a lengthy chat on games we kno…
 
It's the end of the year, so you know what means - it's time for Eurogamer to reveal its best game of the 2018. Though we've done things slightly different this time - there is no weighted list - we still crown one game as the year's finest. But what will it be?Join Eurogamer senior staff - reviews editor Martin Robinson, deputy editor Wesley Yin-P…
 
Monster Boy is back! Christian Donlan and Matthew Reynolds discuss the excellent Dragon's Trap remake and its spiritual successor Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom, attempt to grasp the complex lineage of the series and why the original Wonder Boy 3 was such a revelation back on the Sega Master System. Plus! Some 1990s games mag nostalgia thrown i…
 
After recording a podcast about how it's such an exciting time for Pokémon fans with Let's Go, you can't quite say the same for those looking forward to Fallout 76, the online spin-off in Bethesda's role-playing series. Unfortunately, after playing both the beta and the full release, it ranges from middling to being a bizarre, boring, broken mess a…
 
The Eurogamer office's most obsessive Pokémon fans Matthew Reynolds (twitter.com/Crazyreyn), Tom Phillips (twitter.com/tomphillipsEG) and Emma Kent (twitter.com/GoneEFK) discuss Chris Tapsell (twitter.com/ChrisTapsell)'s Pokémon Let's Go review - a game he enjoyed more than originally expected - our Community Day stories from a particularly strong …
 
We're breaking from our regular fortnightly schedule to give you a bonus episode: a spoiler-filled chat about Red Dead Redemption 2. Our reviewer Martin Robinson (twitter.com/@vics_viper) returns to discuss his thoughts on the endgame and how the story wraps.Needless to say - if you haven't completed Red Dead 2 yet and don't want things spoilt for …
 
This week Martin Robinson (twitter.com/@vics_viper), Tom Phillips (twitter.com/@tomphillipsEG) and Matthew Reynolds (twitter.com/@Crazyreyn) discuss the biggest release of the year, Red Dead Redemption 2 - from what works and what doesn't in Rockstar's latest vast open world endeavour, to Tom's reporting on the working conditions of overtime and cr…
 
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