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  • Blog Post: Grab Medal Of Honor: Pacific Assault For Free On Origin

    When EA released Medal Of Honor: Pacific Assault for PC in late 2004, it came out alongside a glut of World War II shooters. Despite being released in an oversaturated sub-genre, Pacific Assault trumped our expectations of it being just-another-WWII-shooter. You can now grab the game for free through... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Should Call Of Duty Keep Looking To The Future? Or Recall The Past?

    Between Ghosts, Advanced Warfare, and Black Ops III, Call of Duty has found comfortable footing in the future. Are you comfortable with that? It seems so long ago now that we were complaining about there being too World War II shooters on the market. For a period of time, it seemed like if you were playing... More
  • Blog Post: Sega Sues THQ For 941K In Company Of Heroes 2 Preorders

    Sega is seeking nearly $1 million from the bankrupt publisher THQ for money generated from Company of Heroes 2 Steam preorders. Sega purchased Relic Entertainment and the Company of Heroes IP in January for $26.6 million as part of THQ's bankruptcy sales . According to the claim , Sega says it's... More
  • Blog Post: Gearbox Says It Will Make Another Traditional Brothers In Arms After Furious 4

    Gearbox's impressed us with Brothers in Arms: Furious 4 at E3. The game reinvents the previously historically accurate WWII shooter series as a gonzo black comedy in the vein of Tarantino's Inglorious Basterds . However, the studio is not abandoning its traditional Brothers in Arms games, according... More
  • Blog Post: Konami Announces WWII Air Combat Title Birds Of Steel

    Today Konami has announced a WWII air combat title for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Developed by Gaijin Entertainment, Birds of Steel will let players into the cockpit of more than 100 famous fighters to engage in missions as a pilot in the American or Japanese Navy, Army, or Air Force. Birds of Steel... More
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