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as smooth as silk • Eurogamer.net

Last year, Razer entered the smartphone market with its highly distinctive, gaming and media-focused Razer Phone, combining what was then the fastest Android-optimised...

Bury Me, My Love review

When we are invited to punch reporter Khalisah al-Jilani in Mass Effect, BioWare's messaging is not subtle as a crimson renegade symbol flashes...

Ray tracing comes to the mainstream • Page 1 • Eurogamer.net

We knew this one was coming, but the form it would take has been a hot topic in hardware circles. Some rumours suggested...

Ketsui Deathtiny review: arcade, perfected • Eurogamer.net

Spend a decent amount of time in arcades, and you'll inevitably hear musings about 'playing close to the code'.
 It's...

Gris review – an evocative, ethereal experience you don’t want to...

I've been staring at the cursor flashing on my screen for a while now, silently aggrieved by its cheerless, eyeless blink. I'm perilously...

Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom review

Back when I was eleven, Wonder Boy 3: The Dragon's Trap contained a lot of firsts for me. It was the first game...

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate review

Where, exactly, to start with a game like Super Smash Bros. Ultimate? Maybe it's in one of the 74-strong roster of fighters, such...

Ashen review – a soulful journey through a sublime ruined world...

Ashen is about exploring and cleansing a newly radiant world, but it's often at its best in the dark. A few hours into...

Parkitect review – the finest theme park sim for years •...

A significant chunk of my formative years can be defined by the heave and splat of hundreds of tiny computer people retching...

Just Cause 4 review – likeably scrappy open-world carnage • Eurogamer.net

Weather effects and party balloons see a knockabout charmer return in decent form. Christian Donlan Features Editor My favourite character in the new Just Cause is...

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