Archive - Oli Welsh
Deputy Editor, Eurogamer.net
Oli is Eurogamer's deputy editor and reviews editor and likes to take things one word at a time. He is among the best dressed people in South London.
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2 years ago Mike Morhaime opens up about pushing the world's most successful developer into new territory
3 years ago On DotA, the challenges of Battle.net, day-and-date digital releases and working with Bungie
3 years ago Pardo:"It should continue to be available to Blizzard and to our community"
4 years ago It will "definitely" happen, says WoW producer
4 years ago Items bought with in-game currency become more expensive; move proves unpopular with users
4 years ago Publisher denies game has been recalled; was advised to block terrorist level
4 years ago NetEase ordered to stop taking money and account registrations
4 years ago EA DICE responds to Infinity Ward criticism over third party PC network
5 years ago Full extent of Paul, Yoko and Olivia's involvement in game is revealed
5 years ago Publisher will no longer operate the free-to-play title in North America and Europe
5 years ago Jeff Strain, founder of ArenaNet, departs company on "amicable terms"
5 years ago Development of The Agency unaffected as founders quit to form new studio
5 years ago Law bans buying real goods and services with virtual currency, not vice versa
5 years ago 3D motion-sensing technology firm officially recognised as part of Redmond giant
5 years ago SEC filing from Interplay shows the Fallout 3 developer is disputing the online project
5 years ago Mario-maker "not particularly concerned" about PS3 momentum; DSi sells 600,000 on EU and US opening weekend
5 years ago Brad Wright admits the online title "should be happening by now"
5 years ago Spore, Mirror's Edge, Mass Effect, Burnout Paradise, Dead Space and Red Alert 3 take advantage of new tool
5 years ago In-game currency investigation reveals that 70% of all trade is in World of Warcraft gold
5 years ago 43 North American and 20 European low-population servers to close
5 years ago Activision, Capcom, EA and Koei among 24 companies licensed to create content
5 years ago Splash Damage's Paul Wedgwood on modders, critics and getting in bed with Bethesda.
5 years ago 49 realms cut to just 18 in order to improve overall player experience on remaining servers
5 years ago Atari now likely to publish the MMO following Cryptic Studios purchase