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Eurogamer

Eurogamer is one of the largest and independent sources of games information that deals in all type of information related to video games.

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    Landing page //
    2023-08-17

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    Eurogamer (Eurogamer.net): Eurogamer is a reputable gaming site that offers news, reviews, previews, and features. It has a dedicated team of writers who provide well-written content and thoughtful analysis. Source: 12 months ago
  • A new banner is coming soon. I have a few tips to share.
    I'm not sure about other TCs, but Zajef's videos are pretty long and it's understandable that most people don't want to spend 30-45 minutes to listen to him. It's faster to read a few comments on reddit or visit a website such as game8.co or eurogamer.net, etc. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Hogwarts Legacy receives 1/10 rating via Wired, thoughts?
    I still think ign is above anything else, they might report on these topics, but they rarely infuse their personal political opinion in any of it. As far as I know, they haven't published a useless piece of trash like this. Whereas Kotaku, TheVerge, Wired, Polygon and numerous others are doing this almost daily. Also, eurogamer.net is mostly a great site, Europeans haven't fallen as wide of the mark as Americans... Source: over 1 year ago
  • Disable for just one domain
    If I now understand it correctly, you want pi hole turned off when you visit eurogamer.net so that you will see ads on that site. Source: about 2 years ago
  • .htm file automatically downloaded after clicking a page on google
    So I was searching for the cheatcodes for gta v offline, and when I looked it up on google opened the first page (it was eurogamer.net) and it downloaded a .htm file into my browser , I didn't realize it at first so I clicked the link again and opened the page. But after that I saw the .htm file (the file had the name of the article on it) and proceeded to delete it. My question is was it some sort of malfuction... Source: over 2 years ago
  • Age of Empires IV Reviews are Out!
    Looking out for the eurogamer.net review. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Should locally stored webpages adjust for the display size like they do on the "live web"?
    I've saved some webpages with Singlefile -- a recommended addon, can be automated, in active development... Supposedly high compatibility with websites. The pages I've saved in the past (such as a Wordpress blog recently) have displayed the (mobile and desktop) layouts accordingly, but eurogamer.net shows the full-blown desktop site on Android, and vice versa (the mobile site on desktop). Source: over 2 years ago
  • Sony Has Not Been The Only Party Interested In Housemarque, Co-Founder Says
    I used to read eurogamer.net a lot, and they seems to be big fans of Housemarque, given how many articles on them they'd run and how they'd call the studio the "champion of classic arcade shooter" or something like that. I remember reading that Nex Machina was Housemarque's last attempt at doing a more traditional arcade shooter in the vein of Robotron and Smash TV, and given it wasn't a success, I'd say it's fair... Source: almost 3 years ago
  • This is the biggest summary of the interview I've seen, and I didn't see it on here, so here ya go!
    "Multiplayer co-op will be possible in large open areas and boss battles - but you seemingly won't be able to ride together in multiplayer." This is the eurogamer.net story, does that mean we cannot ride and explore the open world with friends, it will be localized to specific areas? Source: almost 3 years ago
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    Got this from eurogamer.net, it was from march 4 2021 so its pretty recent ''Cross-platform saves restrictions in Minecraft Dungeons explained''. Source: about 3 years ago

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