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10+ most popular Eurogamer articles, as voted by our community.
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Why do so many modern games have tiny text?
A designer looks at the problems with tiny text in games.
Eurogamer on Game Development
How game development is continuing during Russia's invasion of Ukraine
Note: this article contains depictions and images of war that some readers may find harrowing. "We are doing what we ca…
Eurogamer on Gaming
Games that avoid capitalistic design
A look at game designs that avoid capitalist patterns.
Curry with the GOAT: Jeff Minter on 40 years operating on the far side
Jeff Minter is a genius. I don't know how else to describe a developer who's been dabbling in far out magic since 1982 …
Eurogamer on Nintendo
Here's where the Mario movie series may go next
The blockbuster success of Nintendo's new Super Mario Bros. Movie has likely guaranteed a galaxy of spin-offs and seque…
Eurogamer on Sports
Can the fundamental trouble with esports ever be properly solved?
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Happiness is a Game Boy
A fond look back at the beautiful purity of the Game Boy.
From abandoned board game to birthing a genre: Football Manager at 40
Over the last ten years, I've interviewed many of my childhood heroes - those talented coders I used to read about in t…
The Video Game City Week: Shenmue's harbour is everything that makes the game so special
Hello! Welcome back to the Video Game City Week. In this piece, Matthew makes the case for including Shenmue's harbour …
State of the Game: Genshin Impact - an anime open world not done with expanding
Our State of the Game series continues this week with our thoughts on anime mega-hit Genshin Impact.
Can we really only be wowed by something once?
There's something I keep thinking about lately. It's this idea that we only have so much space in our minds for formati…
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