Monthly Archives: "December 2023"

Here’s January 2024’s PlayStati...

Dec 31, 2023Comments off

January’s PlayStation Plus titles have been confirmed: A Plague Tale: Requiem, Evil West, and Nobody Saves the World. All three are playable on PS5, whilst

Eurogamer readers’ top 50 games of 20...

Dec 31, 2023Comments off

2023 is done! And we’re ending it in the traditional manner, with the top 50 games of the last twelve months, as chosen by you.

8 cozy games to enjoy on PlayStation Portal...

Dec 31, 2023Comments off

“Oh, the weather outside is frightful, but inside it’s so delightful…” As much as these words are commonly associated with winter snowstorms, inclement weather and

Eurogamer News Quiz of the Year 2023!

Dec 30, 2023Comments off

Ho ho hello! Christmas may already seem a distant memory, but we have gathered in our finest festive gear for one final treat – the

PlayStation in 2024: Highlights 

Dec 28, 2023Comments off

2023’s coming to a close… but even as we shut the book on an incredible 12 months of gaming, we can look forward to even

PlayStation Plus Monthly Games for January:...

Dec 28, 2023Comments off

Today, we’re happy to reveal the inaugural PlayStation Plus Monthly Games lineup of 2024. January’s titles of A Plague Tale: Requiem, Evil West and Nobody

The new PS5 owners’ guide to great gaming...

Dec 27, 2023Comments off

If you recently brought a PlayStation 5 console into your home, you’re in the right place. We know you’re itching to dive straight into PS5’s

Our personal top-five games of 2023

Dec 26, 2023Comments off

You’ve probably already seen Eurogamer’s top 50 games of 2023, but we didn’t want to leave our end of year thoughts there. Big lists can

Cocoon is Eurogamer’s game of 2023

Dec 25, 2023Comments off

Cocoon. Of course it’s our game of the year. Cocoon is ingenious, elegant, and thought-provoking. It’s precise, expressive, and generous. It takes game design forward

Dead by Daylight wants your views on these ...

Dec 25, 2023Comments off

Behaviour Interactive wants your views on its tentpole asymmetric horror game, Dead by Daylight. The team says it “encourage[s] you to be as honest as