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  • 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
  • Blog Post: About Our Killzone: Shadow Fall Review

    One of the standouts of the PlayStation 4 launch is Killzone: Shadow Fall, and you may have started seeing reviews pop up on various sites. We've finished the single player campaign, but are holding out on posting a review until we've had a chance to play multiplayer. We're planning on posting... More
  • Blog Post: DICE Discusses Changes Coming To Battlefield 4 Console Controls

    As every player who participated in the console versions of the Battlefield 4 beta quickly realized, DICE made some subtle and not-so-subtle changes to the control scheme. As a result, the Battlelog forums were aflame in debate regarding whether or not the game is improved because of them. To understand... More
  • Blog Post: PixelJunk Shooter Coming To PC, Mac, And Linux Next Month

    Double Eleven Studios, the team behind the Vita port of PixelJunk Monsters, is bringing another PixelJunk title, Shooter, to PC, Mac, and Linux next month. The game will be available through Steam on on November 11 for $8.99. Unlike Double Eleven's previous port, PixelJunk Monsters: Ultimate HD ... More
  • Blog Post: Rare 1992 Shooter Summer Carnival '92 Recca Comes To 3DS

    For the first time, North American gamers will be able to play Summer Carnival '92 Recca , one of the most rare -- and most challenging -- top-down shooters ever made. The game was never officially released in the U.S., and was actually made for a one-time even, the Summer Carnival '92 in the... More
  • Blog Post: Live Stream – Call of Duty: Ghosts Multiplayer

    Remember, starting at 10:30 am PST, the team from Infinity Ward will be showing off the multiplayer for Call of Duty: Ghosts . This is the global premiere and the first time the team has shown off the game's competitive offerings . We just hope we get to play as the dog. Click the banner below to... More
  • Blog Post: MechWarrior Online Beta Stats Explained, Release Date Revealed

    MechWarrior Online developer Piranha Games released some fun statistics about the damage its players have caused in the open beta so far. Since the beta began last October, more than one million users have spent 9.6 million hours destroying nearly 47 million mechs. This works out to be about 3 billion... More
  • Blog Post: Defiance Gamer Makes It Onto TV Show

    Zachary Prast has won the first contest Trion and SyFy ran to feature a gamer from the 360/PS3/PC MMO shooter on the cable show of the same name. By earning more than triple the average rate of salvage per hour – meaning he farmed monsters and loot drops more efficiently than anyone else –... More
  • Blog Post: Planetside 2 'Looks Like PC On Max Settings,' Supports Vita Remote Play

    We sat down with Planetside 2's executive producer Clint Worley and senior art director Tramell Isaac to talk about why their work is something prospective PlayStation 4 owners should be excited about. For those that aren't up on the PC title, Planetside 2 offers a persistent war with three enormous... 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: Let Insomniac Guide You Through Fuse

    Founder and CEO Ted Price and the rest of the Insomniac crew have put together a video explaining advanced tips for their newest game, Fuse. It covers cooperative weapon tactics, advanced “leap” features, and some pointers for the game’s Horde-like Echelon mode. One of the tactics,... More
  • Blog Post: Call Of Duty Ghost DLC Timed Exclusive to Xbox One

    If you love playing Call of Duty's DLC right when it comes out then you'll want to pre-order Microsoft's new system. All DLC for Call of Duty: Ghosts will be timed exclusives for Xbox One. Similar to the deal Microsoft had with Activision for the Xbox 360, all upcoming DLC for Call of Duty... More
  • Blog Post: What Activision Needs To Do To Keep Call of Duty Fresh

    This year marks the 10-year anniversary of Call of Duty. Since the release of Call of Duty 2 in 2005, the series has had annual releases. In celebration of the announcement of Call of Duty: Ghosts, we came up with 50 ways for Activision to keep the series fresh. We're serious about all these: Create... More
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