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Evolve Update 4.0 Goes Live, PC Hotfix Added

General AI improvement is a breath of fresh air for Evolve

Last week, Evolve received a pretty large update on consoles. And not just any large update, but the kind that makes your finger ache from all the page scrolling in reading about it online. Update 4.0 hits us with an explosion of fixes and a mini patch note novel.

 
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The sun sets on the first season as we witness the dawn of #MoreForCorr.

Shrimpers Forever Volume Six: The Season Finale

The Southend sewage system runs deep beneath the city proper.  A man who swears he saw the Apaches cut down Custer himself roams the muck-lined thoroughfares.  Once another swig of gas station whiskey has made its way past his craw, he crouches low.  Pure silence and invisibility are needed if he is to catch his prey.  He takes a few steps forward and peers down the dimly lit tunnel.  The rat ten feet away from him has discovered a food source of its own and is currently in the throes of a certain kind of pleasure that only rodents can know.  The man's addled mind imagines the face of the rat replaced with that of his Bulgarian nemesis, Bozhidar Mitrev.  The two creatures lock eyes for a moment and snarl.

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It provides even more evidence that we should just dynamite all abandoned mines.

New Path Of Exile Expansion Is Due Out July 10th

You hear rumors every now and again, tales from the hinterlands told by old coots and fresh, blurry-eyed adolescents.  They speak of free-to-play games that are neither invasive nor sleazy.  Games that wish only to provide enjoyment and to recoup costs in parallel with their players' desire.  Whispers on the autumn wind speak the name of one such game.  If you listen closely, you can hear the voice of what some attribute to a young girl, others to a pleasant old man.  Whatever the case, the phrase they speak is clear:  "Path of Exile".

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Drive in style - or, if you already were, a new style

GTA V's Ill-Gotten Gains: Part 2 DLC Releasing Next Week

Rockstar has announced that the Ill-Gotten Gains: Part 2 DLC will be coming to the Grand Theft Auto Online component of Grand Theft Auto V. It will drop on all available platforms July 8th. Rockstar also revealed that another Ill Gotten-Gains Event Weekend will follow the DLC's launch, starting on July 10th.

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Don't worry, you'll be acquainted with the insides of a bipedal space-horror soon enough.

Get Acquainted With A Couple Red Solstice Classes Before Its July 9th Release

The more games released about space and the dangers therein, the more I start to wonder if Elon Musk and Co. should maybe focus on exploring more domestic arenas, like IKEA stores or North Dakota.  The Red Solstice, an 8 player tactical co-op shooter coming out of Early Access on July 9th, provides even more reasoning why space just ain't worth it.

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And a Villain arises

Shimpers Forever Volume Six: The Season End Draws Near

A single, scorching light focuses upon Chester McSlappy. His vision blanks for a moment as his eyes adjust, raising a hand to shield himself from the cascade of light. Donned in his finest tracksuit, fresh from the cleaners,  with a belly full of vodka he may have snagged at a gas station on the way to this ever important board meeting, he hovers an easy three inches above the ground. Despite Southend United's recent success, and the wicked intoxication, his palms still sweat under the unseen gaze of the Board.

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There are physical things in space, and you need to reduce them to ideas.

SUPERVERSE Is Bringing The Hype In Its New Teaser Trailer

Be it debris, aliens, or more aliens, there are things in space that need to be destroyed.  At least, that's what the lineage of games leading up to SUPERVERSE would have you believe.  You know, they may very well be right.  Perhaps one day we'll be meandering out in the final frontier and come to the sudden realization that the universe really is out to get us, and the only way to ensure humanity's safety is to erase everything north of the mesosphere.

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Khajiit, Daedra, and... Kanye?

The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited Impressions

Early last year, we checked out the PC version of The Elder Scrolls Online, the first MMO set in the Elder Scrolls universe and came away quite pleased. While a console version was originally supposed to launch shortly after the PC version of ESO, it got pushed out quite a ways, and eventually Bethesda announced that the console version would arrive concurrent with a subscription-less update of the game known as Tamriel Unlimited. Similar to how Guild Wars has worked, Tamriel Unlimited gives you all of the game's content in return for purchasing the retail box.

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Playing hide and seek with drug dealers always goes well.

Devs Gush About Ghost Recon Wildlands Co-Op

"The Clance" as he is known in some circles, powerbombs onto the Patriot Mobile with Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands announced this year at E3. Well, not really. Mr. Clancy is no longer with us, so he doesn't really have much say in the matter. But, that doesn't stop the immortal legacy of highly trained special agents sniping drug czars and leveling a city block to get the job done.

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We're going BATTY for this de-*gunshot*

Bundle Stars Is Selling Every Last Bit Of Lego Batman 3 For Thirteen Bucks

For just thirteen of what the kids are calling "clams", you can be the proud owner of literally every facet of Lego Batman 3 on offer.  By paying the price of a movie ticket and coke (or a 3D movie, if you're feeling fancy), Bundle Stars will drive directly to your doorstep and shove as much plastic Bruce Wayne into your gaping mind-maw as you can handle.

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All the Borderlands for not all the money.

The Wicked Continue to Not Rest in the Humble Borderlands Bundle

The Humble Bundle is back with another not really humble but pretty dang awesome lineup of games, all available at the mesmerizing price of pay what you want. Borderlands is the star of the show, and for a few pence you can pick up the original game, the sequel, tons of DLC and add-on packs, and some coupons for 2K merchandise and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel.

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Wiggle it, just a little bit.

Classic SHMUP XIIZEAL Hits Steam

If you're looking to take a history lesson in SHMUPs, you probably won't want to pass on XIIZEAL, a recent re-release from developer Triangle Service on PC. The Steam version of the game is from the same studio founded by Toshiaki Fujino, a programmer from Konami and the now defunct Oriental Soft Japan Studio. The hook here is the arcade style gameplay with the ability to build combos by deflecting bullets and chaining kills.