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More zombie killing with Chuck and Frank

Dead Rising, Dead Rising 2 and Off the Record Coming to Consoles and PC

With the big announcement that a fourth game is coming to the Xbox One and PC this holiday season, it seems only appropriate that the first two games would somehow find their way onto the current gen of consoles. First leaked over the weekend thanks to some PS4 trophy listings, Capcom released a statement to Eurogamer.com that Dead RisingDead Rising 2, and Dead Rising 2: Off the Record will all be coming to PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.

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I remember when they were just special Chaos uints

Beastmen Race Coming to Total War: WARHAMMER Next Week

I've been spending a lot of time playing Total War: WARHAMMER these past few days. I have fond memories of the tabletop version back when I was in high school and, for me, Creative Assembly has done an excellent job of translating that into a video game that captures many of its ideas and mechanics. While not all of the playable races/factions may be present, CA has plans to add at least one more, the Beastmen, very soon.

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Story pack based on the Harry Potter spin-off

Fantastic Beasts Expansion for LEGO Dimensions Spotted in the Wild

We knew that more expansions for LEGO Dimensions would be coming this fall, including a new "story pack" expansion based on the 2016 Ghostbusters movie. Thanks to a Twitter user snapping a quick picture from an Argos (a UK digital retailer) catalogue, we now also know that the title will be getting a "story pack" based on the upcoming Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them movie.

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E! D! F! E! D! F!

Earth Defense Force 4.1 Hits PC

It's been a while since we last had the opportunity to cover ourselves in the gooey bits of giant, extraterrestrial insectoids, but that doesn't mean we haven't been craving it all the same.  Luckily for us, we have a brand new reason to venture forth onto the streets  in search of alien bug gut showers (which is coincidentally the name of my new sci-fi punk band).  Earth Defense Force 4.1: The Shadow of New Despair has made its way onto the PC and brings with it all the four player online co-op your body can handle.

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In which Terrence Howard runs into a public library screaming, "You're mine now, Clefairryyyyyy!"

Our Weekend In Gaming: Hustle & Go

G'day, folks.  Another scorching hot summer weekend is on deck, but that probably won't stop the droves of Pokemon Go players from swarming every landmark in a ten mile radius of their homes.  Honestly, can you blame them?  What's a little sun poisoning when you're given the opportunity to catch an "actual" Pokemon and give it an embarrassing nickname?

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Dibs on hunting horn.

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite Returns to iOS, Online Co-Op in Tow

The 2014 release of Monster Hunter Freedom Unite for iOS did the nigh impossible when it adapted precision-based gameplay for greasy touch screens. It wasn't perfect, but hey, it was fantastic. The release of iOS 9 about a year later made Freedom Unite unplayable, so Capcom pulled it from the store. Sad face. It took some time, but the game has finally returned, just in time to compete with Monster Hunter Generations!

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That's a lot of gold, and a lot of lead.

Lead and Gold Developers Giving Away 100,000 Copies for Free

Back in 2010, developer Fatshark released an old west themed third person shooter called Lead and Gold: Gangs of the Wild West. It was met with plenty of nodding heads, but as the wheels of time turned the game was all but forgotten. Now, Fatshark has decided to spice the summer up by doing the digital equivalent of throwing a pile of money in the air and watching it rain. 100,000 free copies of Lead and Gold are up for grabs!