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  • Blog Post: Bungie Gives Us A Birds-Eye View Of Destiny With Planet View

    Google Maps has given us a pretty great view of our planet's surface. Now, using some of those same technologies, Bungie is giving us a big-picture look at it’s new shooter with Destiny Planet View. We’ve already had a few opportunities to dive into Destiny’s world, but Destiny... More
  • Blog Post: Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel Get Four DLC Packs And A Season Pass

    During the Inside Gearbox Software panel at PAX, the studio announced that the upcoming shooter looter would have four post-release add-on content packs and a season pass granting players access to all the new content. Following the release of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel on October 14th, the game will... More
  • Blog Post: Crimsonland Cruising To Vita Next Week

    Developer 10tons has announced that its indie shooter title is coming to Vita. Despite lukewarm reviews, it has had a relatively positive response from fans. Crimsonland is a top-down twin-stick shooter that, despite working mechanically, may not have lived up to its full potential. Be sure to read our... More
  • Blog Post: More People Played Destiny's Beta Than Previous Bungie Titles

    After letting millions of people play the beta of its new game, Bungie has amasses some great intel about it new shooter. Thankfully, the developer isn't keeping all these details to itself, it's sharing some juicy details about the beta in a massive infographic. According to Bungie , the Beta... More
  • Blog Post: A Quick Look At Battlefield 4's Dragon's Teeth DLC

    Battlefield 4's latest DLC – Dragon's Teeth – comes out tomorrow (July 15) for premium members, and EA and developer DICE have released a quick teaser trailer to whet your appetite. The DLC, which takes place throughout Asia, features four new maps (Lumphini Garden, Pearl Market,... 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: Titanfall: Frontier's Edge DLC Pack Announced

    Today, Titanfall developer Respawn Entertainment announced Titanfall: Frontier’s Edge, the second of three planned DLC packs planned for the online competitive shooter. Frontier’s Edge includes three new multiplayer maps. The three new battlefields the DLC pack includes are Dig Site, an isolated... 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: The Flying Nazi Glitch In Sniper Elite 3

    War is hell, and nobody can blame a soldier for seeking respite from the pinpoint accurate bullets of Sniper Elite 3's protagonist. During my review of the game I encountered a glitch where one desperate Nazi climbed an invisible ladder towards the heavens. Do you want to guess how it worked out... More
  • Blog Post: Tragedy Is Inescapable In The Division's New Trailer [Trailer Added]

    An emotional new trailer sets the stage for The Division's viral outbreak and the ensuing drama. After showing off Just Dance 2015 with a joyous on-stage dance number, Ubisoft's E3 press conference took a decidedly abrupt change in tone with a haunting new trailer for The Division. Presented... More
  • Blog Post: EA Gives Us A Sneak Peek At Star Wars Battlefront [Trailer Added]

    EA opened its E3 2014 press conference with a video about the upcoming multiplayer shooter Star Wars Battlefront, and the game looks about as authentic as a Star Wars fan could hope for. In order to give Battlefront a truly authoritative feel, Dice visited LucasArts archives and took extensive photos... More
  • Blog Post: Classic Spy Shooter No One Lives Forever May Live Again

    Night Dive Studios recently filed four trademark applications based on Monolith Production's 2000 cheeky spy shooter No One Lives Forever, implying the the game and its sequels may have in impending rerelease. Classic game distributor Night Dive Studios filed trademarks No One Lives Forever, The... More
  • Blog Post: Plants Vs. Zombies Travels West In Free Update

    Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare is receiving a free update today, adding new maps, characters, and an increased level cap all set in the Wild West. "Zomboss Down" takes the war between garden plants and the deceased out West on the Cactus Canyon Graveyard and Garden maps. Dr. Zomboss's... More
  • Blog Post: Battlefield 4 Naval Strike Expansion Receives Release Date And Trailer

    A new Battlefield 4 trailer released today gives us a sneak peak at the destruction and additions that the Naval Strike pack is bringing. Battlefield 4 premium members have first dibs on the new content starting March 25. Included in the expansion are four new maps: Lost Island: You can blow open a crashed... More
  • Blog Post: Chroma Alpha Invites Are In The Wild

    If you signed up to participate in the alpha for Harmonix's upcoming rhythm shooter Chroma, you may want to check your inbox. You are advised to check your spam filters and junk mail receptacles, as I have just distributed a large chunk of Alpha keys to you. — Chroma (@ChromaOfficial) March... More
  • Blog Post: See Valve's Team Fortress 2 Reimagined As Snow Fortress

    Team Fortress 2 has evolved quite a bit since it's 2007 debut, but we've never seen it snowed in like this. This amusing fan video might make the perfect update to Valve's epic multiplayer shooter. Watch CorridorDigital reimagine Team Fortress 2 as a glorified snowball fight. If you liked... More
  • Blog Post: Titanfall Will Be Free Of Microtransactions

    Good news for the budget-conscious shooter fan – Respawn's highly anticipated shooter Titanfall will be free of microtransactions. It seems that all you'll need to get to all the 6v6 mech action is the initial $60 price of admission. The news was made official via a tweet from Respawn's... More
  • Blog Post: Ghost Recon Online Jumps On Steam Early Access

    Ubisoft's free-to-play, squad-based shooter already has four million registered users, and Ubisoft Singapore is continuing to polish the game. Starting today, Canadian players will be able to jump into the game via Valve's Steam Early Access service. “Bringing Ghost Recon Online to Steam... More
  • Blog Post: Brothers In Arms 3 Barrels Forward On Mobile Devices

    Before E3 last year, Gameloft announced that it would release another mobile entry in Gearbox's classic Brothers In Arms shooter series, but we finally got a chance to see the game in action at CES. Brothers In Arms 3 for mobile devices takes a new approach to the series. While previous entries tried... More
  • Blog Post: Another Day, Another Battlefield 4 Patch

    It wouldn't be a proper news day without some update regarding ServerGate 2013 and Battlefield 4. Today's message hopefully brings some much-needed aid to those suffering from inconsistent performance in DICE's bugged-out shooter. Here are the fixes promised by the new patches: PlayStation... More
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