Gaming

Minecraft has smashed 120m copies milestone • Eurogamer.net

Tom Phillips News Editor @tomphillipsEG Minecraft continues to be an astonishing success – the sandbox game king has now sold more than 121m copies across all platforms. 55 million people now play every month – that’s an increase of 15m from the last tally in June 2016. Minecraft has also shifted another 21m copies since then, too. It must be ...

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How things end • Eurogamer.net

It’s 1978. You’re standing in front of a cabinet of monsters. This is Space Invaders, and you’ll fight the monsters until your space-craft is irredeemably compromised. Once that happens, the game will end. Once that happens, you’ll begin again, with the world wiped clean. Every game always ends. Nothing remains between games but high scores, memories and finger grease. There’s ...

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Switch vs PlayStation 4 • Eurogamer.net

Released alongside the Nintendo Switch in Japan last week, Dragon Quest Heroes 2 provides an interesting window into multi-platform development for Nintendo’s new console. It’s especially fascinating as the game is designed to support a wide range of hardware across multiple console generations. In addition to its appearance on Switch, the Square-Enix title is also available on PS4, PS3 and ...

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Full Throttle Remastered release date set for April • Eurogamer.net

Jeffrey Matulef Contributor @mrdurandpierre Tim Schafer’s 1996 biker-based point-and-kick adventure Full Throttle is finally getting its long-awaited HD remaster on 18th April for PC, PS4 and Vita. It will cost $14.99 (or your local equivalent), though PS Plus members will get it for 20 per cent off. You can pre-order it now on PSN and GOG.com. This remastered edition contains ...

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