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  • Blog Post: Rearmed - Ten Unique Weapons That Change Our Favorite Games

    In most games, weapons are the player’s main way of interacting with the world. Enemies come at you and you dispatch them with whatever armament you’ve got. I imagine it must be extremely difficult to design a continually engaging gameplay system around a single weapon (I struggle even now... More
  • Blog Post: The Five Coolest Looking Weapons In Destiny

    Destiny players love to debate the pluses and minuses of their favorite exotic weapons. Should you level Patience and Time or Ice Breaker first? Which assault rifle rules the roost in Crucible play? Today, we take a step back from the stats, and look at which weapons simply look awesome. 5. Suros Regime... More
  • Blog Post: Behind The Crosshairs: The Weapons Of Transformers

    When High Moon started developing Transformers: Fall of Cybertron, the designers put out an open call for anyone in the studio to submit ideas for new weapons. A flood of concepts soon rushed in, and the programming team spent weeks turning a list of offhand and oddball ideas into a prototyped arsenal... More
  • Blog Post: The Gun Peddlers Of Pandora

    A massive variety of weapons was one of the primary selling points of the first Borderlands, touted in ad campaigns as featuring “87 bazillion” guns. While the game may not have actually invented a new unit of measurement, there certainly was a ton of unique weapons with a wide variety of... More
  • Blog Post: The New Weapons Of Saints Row: The Third

    With its roots in gang warfare, the Saints Row series has always had a healthy selection of weaponry - pistols, SMGs, assault rifles, grenades...all of the genre standards. In addition to these traditional guns, some wackier tools of destruction like the chainsaw, satchel charge, sledgehammer, samurai... More
  • Blog Post: Tools Of Destruction: A Look At Dead Rising 2’s Weapons

    Frank West may have let his camera do some of his dirty work in Dead Rising, but the sequel’s Chuck Greene is definitely more of a hands-on kind of guy. That’s not to say West was above getting his hands dirty—he could sling CD cases, break boards over heads, and auger the undead in... More
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