Rainbow Six Siege re-review – an exceptional tactical multiplayer experience • Eurogamer.net

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Editor's note: Back when Rainbow Six Siege first launched at the tail-end of 2015, we found it a slight and occasionally spectacular multiplayer...

A Way Out review – humdrum crime with a co-op twist • Eurogamer.net

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A Way Out, the new game from the Swedish-Lebanese director Josef Fares and his team Hazelight Studios, absolutely insists on being played co-operatively...

Sea of Thieves review – a Rare treasure • Eurogamer.net

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Put down the controller and close your eyes: there is no better game on earth to listen to. What do I hear? The...

Far Cry 5 review – a competent yet conflicted open worlder • Eurogamer.net

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You can kick off a spectacular set piece pretty much anywhere in Far Cry 5. All you need do is stand in...

You can complete Far Cry 5 in 10 minutes • Eurogamer.net

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Ian Higton Video Team @ianhigton In a callback to events from the previous game in the series, it is possible to complete Far Cry 5 in...

Ready Player One film review

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To call Ready Player One - Steven Spielberg's new film, adapted from the novel by Ernest Cline - self-referential would be quite an...

Detective Pikachu review – a stranger kind of Pokmon story • Eurogamer.net

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Pokmon isn't usually about stories. Well, it is - but it's usually the stories you create which take centre stage. The main Pokmon...

Ni no Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom review

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So much of the magic in any magical world lies with how you get there, how the secret realm reveals itself: the spectral...

Surviving Mars review – offworld, things are just itching to go awry • Eurogamer.net

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Survive Mars? It took me the best part of a day to decide where to land. And with good reason: there's a lot...

hardware anti-aliasing from an HDMI cable? • Eurogamer.net

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It sounds almost too good to be true. Marseille's mCable Gaming Edition is an HDMI cable that promises to improve image quality in...