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Bloodborne or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the “You Died” Screen

In the third of our only-marginally-not-aimless gaming chinwags that are proving such a hit with the late-night, post-pub crowd, Editor Matt Hill and News Editor Gerald Lynch analyse their gaming week, casual and otherwise. This week has been mostly playing Bloodborne… or trying to. Read More >>

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Handheld Heaven: Why Nintendo Needs to Leave the Candy Crush Clones Alone (But Won’t)

We really like our gaming at Giz UK, even though we’re not very good, so decided to start a series where we have a relaxed natter about what we’ve been playing and the main gaming stories that have grabbed us each week. Think of it as a slow-burn conversation with a hip flask round a campfire rather than shots of pure gaming zeitgeist – we, like many of you, play at our own place. Read More >>

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The Order 1886, Dragon Age and Why Quantity and Quality Aren’t Related

We're a bunch of keen gamers here at Giz UK. When we're not tapping keys, tickling touchscreens or taming techno babble, you'll probably find us nose-to-the-screen, stuck into a video game. In this first in a new series we're calling Fireside Chat, our Editor Matt and News Editor Gerald dig into what's been keeping their thumbs twiddling recently. Read More >>