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The fans have spoken or should I say fans of Bethesda. In our recent poll we asked you which game at the Eurogamer Expo was best received and you have voted in numbers. It appears that the Bethesda community has managed to come together to vote both developed titles into first and second place. In [...]

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Growing up I bypassed the SNES and hopped straight onto the N64. One night when I got bored of F-ZERO X one of my sister’s boyfriends decided to bring a SNES over, what is that SNES I hear you say? The pronunciation of the console sounded down right stupid. SNES (Sneeze?) WTF I said, no [...]

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Since the announcement that Crytek would be working on the sequel for their highly regarded Crysis series I couldn’t help but punch the air. Even more so when I found that it was to be multi-platform. There was something about that futuristic shooter that looked so sublime, the destruction physics and then the benchmark of [...]

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We’ve been to the arctic and we’ve been to the desert, now it’s time to arrive at the city. This is no ordinary city. This is an abandoned city (not and M&S city) that has been hit by ravaging earthquake tremors. This sets the tone for the single player hands on that we had. The [...]

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It’s another year and that can only be one thing, another Need for Speed game. EA have been somewhat unsure where to take the whole series of late, Shift and Nitro being two vastly different games, a stab at the arcade and a stab at the simulated. Now it’s time for EA to do what [...]

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Polyphonic Digital have been working on Gran Turismo 5 for some time now. Around three years in fact. We’ve been given broken promises on release dates, assurances on damage physics and even a prologue game to entice us for the full release. Unfortunately Polyphonic have once again failed to hit the mark. At Eurogamer I [...]

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A hectic queue but I got there early. Brink had to be the second hottest anticipated game available at Eurogamer Expo but for me it walked away the very best. I must make an omission at this point. I never got to play Killzone 3, Dead Space 2 or Bulletstorm but up against everything else [...]

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To differentiate itself from the Wii at E3 imaginary VP of Sony Kevin Butler showed imagery of a man pummelling a guy to death using the Move controller. That game was The Fight. The Fight has a very gritty art style, mostly using grey and black hues to create a seedy under belly of bare [...]

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Everyone relax! Obsidian did not fuck it up. Those were my exact impressions when the Alpha Protocol developer took the duties of following up on one of the greatest games to hit this console generation. Fallout: New Vegas is a brand new story set around Las Vegas, Nevada during the war-town apocalyptic world. Fortunately a [...]

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I’ve already written this once; those of you out on Twitter will know that for some incomprehensible reason I left my laptop on the Greyhound bus back from London. Had all of the previews written and ready to throw online, get home and the disaster struck. So I will try my best to retain the [...]

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This is the final gallery I’m afraid ladies & gents. Don’t forget to check back over the next few days of what we thought of all the games and our penultimate final report on the event itself. Enjoy the Eurogamer Expo!

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Second gallery of Photo’s. Remember if you see yourself, let us know on what photo and we’ll edit the image description and make you famous..kinda.

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So I had a great time at Eurogamer, well apart from the whole you can’t film any thing! You can’t take photos of this that and your jack and danny. I tried my best, so enjoy the first of several galleries of photos at the event. If you see yourself, let us know.

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Konami made no reference regarding photography at this years event. In fact it seems as though they had nobody manning their stalls at all. As a courtesy we always ask before hand and when there is no one to ask, we shoot. Simples. So here we are; Some screens that will reveal some more about [...]

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Have a look around at what you can expect at the show. Oh and much more than I show because like an idiot I go and film this just before the place closes. It’s busier than the video suggests, it’s very busy during peak times. Got to love my genius! (Sarcasm)

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A few familiar faces stop for a quick chat. Neil Frier, Tremayne Crossley, Elliot Bath and James Ireland talk about the highlights and low-lights of Eurogamer Expo. Note: There maybe a midway audio glitch. Listen!

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GAME WAS TESTED AT EUROGAMER EXPO, A UK GAMES EVENT HELD AT EARLS COURT LONDON BETWEEN OCTOBER 1ST-3RD 2010. IMPRESSIONS WERE MADE UP UPON CODE PLAYED ON THE DAY.

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