Rising Storm 2: Vietnam is terrifying

Tripwire Interactive Rising Storm 2: Vietnam unlocked on Steam yesterday afternoon, and since then I’ve been putting some quality time into the game. Like its predecessors, it is an absolutely brutal experience that demands teamwork. Without a decent commander leading your side, expect to be utterly destroyed. The gamehas a somewhat confusing history. The series […]

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Gunheart brings Gears of War-style shooting to VR

In these early days of VR gaming, the first-person shooter’s journey to virtual reality has been a genuinely intriguing design challenge. VR offers difficulties in coping with fast movement and quick reactions, especially in surround environments. The genre is not a natural transplant from PC screens, at least not yet. The biggest successes to date […]

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Arma devs to release new competitive FPS for free

Bohemia Interactive, developers of survival shooter DayZ, have announced details of a new conversion for its popular military simulation game, Arma 3, called Argo. The free-to-play, standalone title will feature 5-on-5 multiplayer as well as 10-player cooperative missions on a new map. The popularity of games like Arma 3 and DayZ have remained consistent over […]

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Steven Universe: Save the Light’s cast gets bigger with its coolest mechanic

Grumpyface Studios/Cartoon Network Steven Universe’s first console role-playing game feels like a mash-up of many of the genre’s cult-beloved, idiosyncratic gems — with one twist that establishes it as unique in its own right. Much like the Cartoon Network show that it’s based on, Steven Universe: Save the Light features the Crystal Gems, a group […]

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Tekken 7 Review – Ruling With An Iron Fist

Tekken 7 has been a long time coming. After releasing the game in arcades two years ago, Bandai Namco has been building up to the home version since, adding new characters and improving polish and balance. The final product is a strong contender, offering a mostly smooth online experience, gorgeous visuals, and clever twists on […]

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Katsuhiro Harada’s Fight To Keep Tekken Relevant

Like Ed Boon and Mortal Kombat, Katsuhiro Harada is synonymous with Tekken. Loved by the community for his sense of humor and relentless trolling of fans, he's been involved with the storied franchise since 1994. Working his way up from a project producer on the first Tekken – while also voicing Yoshimitsu, Marshall Law, and […]

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Warhammer 40K’s 8th edition gives Space Marines a new look

Gravis armor appears to be a half-way step between the new Mk X Tacitus pattern and a full suit of Terminator plate.Games Workshop The Warhammer 40,000 franchise gets its eighth edition this month. Along with it comes a new look for the venerable Space Marine faction and a new boxed set called Warhammer 40,000: Dark […]

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