Digital Foundry blog merges into Eurogamer

By Patrick Garratt, Thursday, 21 May 2009 12:46 GMT

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The “new” Digital Foundry blog has just launched on Eurogamer, adding HD video to the UK-based site.

The tech site, run by long-standing games industry media chap Richard Leadbetter, focuses on console technology and video-related coverage.

“It’s been a long time coming, but finally the Digital Foundry tech blog has been humanely re-homed and is ready to resume full service,” said Leadbetter.

“For those new to the site, our aims are remarkably straightforward – to go beyond the gameplay, telling you how games work, what makes them tick, and of course, crucially, what levels of performance you can expect from them.”

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