Tag Archives: Shooter

Amazon’s free-to-play shooter ‘Crucible’ is now available on Steam

Amazon Games has officially launched Crucible, one of the two titles it’s been planning to release this year. The free-to-play third-person shooter is now available on Steam, and logging in before 11:59 PM PST on June 1st/2:59AM EST on June … Read the rest of this entry

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First-person shooter ‘Kingpin: Life of Crime’ is getting a remaster

Kingpin: Life of Crime, a first-person shooter from 1999, is getting a remaster. If you never imagined this happening — "I'll take games I never thought would be remastered for $ 100, Alex" — we feel you. The title didn't … Read the rest of this entry

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Cyberpunk shooter ‘Ruiner’ hits PC and consoles September 26th

When we played Ruiner during the Xbox showcase at GDC back in February, we compared it to a 3D, highly polished version of Hotline Miami. The cyberpunk-themed, top-down action game sets you up to kill the boss while taking out … Read the rest of this entry

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Snakes and Ladders as a first-person shooter might be an excellent idea

Why do snakes always hang around ladders? Why do ladders only allow upwards climbing? Why are we climbing the ladders, and what’s so bad about staying at the bottom? It’s possible we’ll learn the answers to these pertinent questions in Snakes-N-Ladders: Origins, … Read the rest of this entry

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Rust studio announces Riftlight, an arcade shooter with RPG elements

Survival simulation games are pretty serious. Sometimes you just want to shoot things without having to question whether it’s the right thing to do. Sometimes you want shooting to always be the answer to a problem. To sate these urges, … Read the rest of this entry

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PC Gamer Podcast #379 – Looter Shooter

Evan, Wes, and Cory introduce new intern Tom Marks to the podcast, and discuss today’s big game announcements: Gearbox’s “hero shooter” Battleborn and Cliff Bleszinski’s F2P shooter BlueStreak. The team talks about Blizzard’s release strategy for Hearthstone: Curse of Naxxramas, and … Read the rest of this entry

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Squad-based WWI shooter Verdun to launch soon; new footage released

Squad-based WWI FPS Verdun will exit open beta soon as it prepares for a fully fledged release. As the name implies, Verdun is named after the battle fought between the French and Germans in 1916, but it’s not the only … Read the rest of this entry

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Waves: Arena Tactics announced, adds online multiplayer to the gorgeous twin-stick shooter

Squid in a Box made waves with Waves back in the day, which is an annoying way of saying they released a celebrated twin-stick shooter that involved pretty particles exploding all over everything. Now they’ve announced a sequel, Waves: Arena … Read the rest of this entry

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Teleglitch DLC brings music and new weapons to the survival horror shooter

Indie roguelike shooter Teleglitch: Die More Edition’s new Guns and Tunes DLC tells you exactly what it is: “Music to kill by and weapons to make it happen.” And for only $ 2, it’s probably a reasonable investment in a … Read the rest of this entry

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Multiplayer survival shooter Nether reveals new trailer, new details

The few times I’ve been to Chicago, I never found myself having to fend off a teleporting, altered human monstrosity using only a machete. I had to zip my jacket up all the way on Michigan Avenue because the early … Read the rest of this entry

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