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  • Blog Post: N64 GoldenEye Track "Cradle" Has Heavy Metal Roots

    Legendary video game composer, Grant Kirkhope , is well known for his work on the Nintendo 64 soundtracks for Banjo Kazooie and GoldenEye 007. For the latter, Kirkhope found numerous inventive ways to play with and remix the classic James Bond theme while implementing his own original touch. For one... More
  • Blog Post: Destiny Now Available For Pre-Load On Xbox One

    Update : Microsoft has announced that Destiny on Xbox One is available for pre-load. The game comes out on September 9. [Source: Microsoft ] Original Story: Polygon has published a screenshot that seems to indicate that Bungie's next-gen shooter will be available for pre-loading when you purchase... More
  • Blog Post: The Battleborn Digital Issue Is Live Across All Formats

    If you have a computer or tablet, you could be reading all about Battleborn right now. Shortly after our cover story announcement , our digital issue went live on web browser , iPad , Android , and Google Play . You can download the apps for free . All four of these digital options are included in a... More
  • Blog Post: August Cover Revealed – Battleborn

    Gearbox Software became a household name for gamers last generation with the hit Borderlands series. Borderlands was an experience gamers didn't even know they wanted, wrapping a fusion of first-person shooting and loot-grabbing RPG elements in a living comic book art style. Gearbox wants to change... More
  • Blog Post: Dementium: The Ward Developer Returns To Survival Horror With Cult County

    Renegade Kid, the developers behind Dementium: The Ward on Nintendo DS and Moon Chronicles on 3DS, are seeking funding for a new survival horror title via Kickstarter . Titled Cult County, players will take on the role of Gavin Mellick. Following his mother's death, Gavin is unable to reach his older... More
  • Blog Post: Doom Turns 20

    Id Software's iconic first-person shooter was released 20 years ago today, and the genre that it helped make a phenomenon still rules the world of video games. On December 10th, 1993, id Software unleashed a game that did something few can claim - it quite literally changed the industry. Doom was... More
  • Blog Post: Respawn Shows Off Titanfall Collector's Edition Atlas Titan Statue

    Did you preorder the collector's edition of Titanfall? Was the reason that fierce Atlas titan statue? Respawn is letting you see it up close to amplify your excitement even more. Today, Respawn revealed the Atlas titan statue in all its glory in a short video, where lead artist Joel Emslie discusses... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Where Did You Earn Your FPS Skills?

    No one was born knowing how to play, let alone win, a first-person shooter. Navigating, aiming, and ultimately succeeding in multiplayer takes time to learn. We’re reminded of this whenever we convince a friend to try a shooter for the first time. So where did you earn your FPS stripes? With Killzone... More
  • Blog Post: Battlefield Beta Now Live For Select Players, Open Registration Coming Soon

    The much anticipated public beta of EA and DICE's Battlefield 4 is now online. Right now, the beta is not open to everyone. To receive access you have meet one of three criteria: you bought the Battlefield 4 Deluxe Digital Edition, you are a Battlefield Premium member, or you are a registered owner... More
  • Blog Post: Minecraft Creator Builds Zombie Shooter Shambles For The 7DFPS Challenge

    Markus "Notch" Persson is best known for creating Minecraft, but he likes to create small experimental games, too. His latest, Shambles, was created as part of the 7DFPS game jam , which challenges developers to create a first-person shooter in seven days. In the game, which you can play here... More
  • Blog Post: Black Ops II Dev Video Shows Off New Apocalypse Maps, Weapons, Enemies

    Yesterday Activision revealed Apocalypse , the final DLC pack for Call of Duty: Black Ops II. Now Treyarch developers are spilling more details about the content. In the video below, David Vonderhaar, game design director on Black Ops II, discusses the layouts, tactical options, and inspirations for... More
  • Blog Post: Final Black Ops 2 DLC Dated, Giant Robots Included

    Activision has revealed that yesterday's mysterious "Origins" video was a teaser for the final batch of Call of Duty: Black Ops II DLC, Apocalypse. Apocalypse features four new multiplayer maps, including remakes of Black Ops' "Stadium" and World at War's "Courtyard... More
  • Blog Post: Killzone: Mercenary Multiplayer Beta Registration Has Begun

    If you want in on the multiplayer beta for Sony's PS Vita shooter Killzone: Mercenary, act fast. Registration has begun and will only last until this coming Wednesday. According to the PlayStation Blog, you have until 2 p.m. PDT on Wednesday, July 17 to sign up. An unspecified number of applicants... More
  • Blog Post: Call Of Duty: Ghosts Pre-Order Earns You A Free Map

    The signature spectacle of Call of Duty’s campaign mode is heading to multiplayer. Those who pre-order Call of Duty: Ghosts before it releases on November 5 will receive access to Free Fall, a multiplayer level that reshapes itself as a match progresses. The map is set in a destroyed skyscraper... More
  • Blog Post: Rapid Decline In Playtime For Halo 4 Steeper Than Halo Reach

    In its first day of sales, Halo 4 amassed $220 million worldwide . But in the past 6 months most of the original players have jumped ship, leaving Halo 4 with fewer players now than Halo Reach had half a year into its own lifecycle according to a recent case study by Raptr . In an effort to boost the... More
  • Blog Post: Can Your Computer Run Rise Of The Triad?

    The reboot of the classic first-person shooter Rise of the Triad will surely test your reaction times, but will it test your PC? Developer Interceptor Entertainment has revealed the game’s recommended system requirements. They aren't exceptionally demanding, so hopefully you'll be prepared... More
  • Blog Post: The XCOM Shooter Disappears From The Internet

    XCOM: Enemy Unknown, the tactical strategy game, released last year, but there is (was?) another XCOM game in development. It is a first-person shooter, and like evidence of aliens on Earth after government intervention, it has suddenly and inexplicably disappeared. Digital Trends noticed yesterday that... More
  • Blog Post: Alternate BioShock Infinite Covers Now Available On Official Site

    Can’t get enough of Bioshock Infinite's art style? We don’t blame you, especially if you’re tired of Booker Dewitt having all the cover glory. Poor Elizabeth; she’s always locked away somewhere. We have good news to bear. Remember when Irrational Games let fans vote on an... More
  • Blog Post: Rumor: Images And Information On New Star Wars Game Leak

    The website Kotaku has reported on a new Star Wars game with ties to the Battlefront series entitled Star Wars: First Assault. Kotaku's Jason Schreier has published a story on the game, which is purported to be a downloadable online multiplayer game. According to Kotaku, the game was conceived as... More
  • Blog Post: Learn More About BioShock Infinite's Score

    Can’t wait for BioShock Infinite? Now we’re going to tempt you even more by giving you some insight and information into the score. The soundtrack is available exclusively to those who purchase the Ultimate Songbird Edition and Premium Edition of BioShock Infinite. Garry Schyman, composer... More
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