Colt Canyon and Bladed Fury are December’s Xbox Games with Gold

Marilyn Dubinski Euro Gamer

Xbox Games with Gold still trundles on, and Microsoft has now confirmed December’s titles for Xbox Live members as Colt Canyon and Bladed Fury Colt Canyon is described as an “atmospheric and punchy” rogue-like shooter set in a pixel-art Wild West, where players can root and toot their way toward …

The Dark Pictures: Switchback VR confirmed as PSVR 2 launch title

Marilyn Dubinski Euro Gamer

The Dark Pictures: Switchback VR – developer Supermassive Games’ rail-shooter spin on its acclaimed narrative horror series – has been confirmed as a launch day title for Sony’s PlayStation VR 2, meaning it’ll arrive on 22nd February next year. Switchback isn’t Supermassive’s first foray into spooky VR, of course; it …

Grand Theft Auto started life as a dinosaur tech experiment

Marilyn Dubinski Euro Gamer

There are many things that come to mind when thinking about the Grand Theft Auto series. The characters, the settings, the weapons and cars, an awful lot of chaos – I could go on. However, one image that probably isn’t immediately conjured up in your head when thinking about Rockstar’s …

The original Warzone is back online

Marilyn Dubinski Euro Gamer

Almost two weeks after it went offline, the original Call of Duty Warzone is back online under the new name Caldera. During the game’s offtime, players were “encouraged” to play Warzone 2.0 for free, whilst developer Raven Software shifted its focus over. As promised, Warzone has been quietly relaunched as …

Witcher 1 remake will be open-world “modern reimagining”

Marilyn Dubinski Euro Gamer

The Witcher developer CD Projekt Red has described the upcoming remake of the series’ first game as a “story-driven, single-player open-world RPG – a modern reimagining of 2007’s The Witcher”. It’s the first detailed description we’ve had of the remake, and suggests a more from-the-ground-up reworking of the original role-player …

Here’s a The Last of Us Part 2 mod that makes Joel bald

Marilyn Dubinski Euro Gamer

Fran Lebowitz once said, “You’re only as good as your last haircut,” and perhaps she has a point. After all, Joel Miller from Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us series is easily recognisable, with his full head of hair and slightly scruffy facial furniture. However, it turns out that if …