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When the Hindenbork inevitably explodes, will people cry "Oh the Orc-anity!!"

New Content and Changes for Rogue Stormers on PC

Though it's been a year since it's somewhat rocky release, Black Forest Games hasn't given up on their run-n-gun roguelite, Rogue Stormers. A recent update, "The Rise of Hindenbork," has not only added new content, but also made some slight tweaks to the way experience works when playing with a friend locally.

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Nine year old maps for a two year old game

Remastered Zombie Maps Coming to Black Ops 3

Sure, the latest and greatest entry in the Call of Duty franchise was just recently announced, but that doesn't mean you can't still enjoy last year's entry, right? Jason Blundell, the co-Studio Head for Treyarch Games, took to JCBackfire's YouTube channel last week to announce a zombies bundle for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3. This new DLC for the game includes some remastered zombie maps from Call of Duty's past.

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I am cautiously hopeful, brothers

Latest Space Hulk: Deathwing Update Points to Big Changes in the Works

Space Hulk: Deathwing arrived on PC last year and while it managed to capture some of the feeling and atmosphere of being a walking killing machine sent inside a derelict spacecraft filled with relentless aliens out to harvest your genes, it fell short in a number of other ways. The latest update, though, teases at some great things in the works.

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Free games and dinosaurs

Steam Code Giveaway - Guardians of Orion and ORION: Prelude

ORION: Prelude was released back in 2012 to quite negative reviews. Over the years the developers continued to garner feedback and update the game, a process we documented in our Indie-Ana Co-Op with TREK Industries. Their next game, Guardians of Orion may be following a similar path. Since release it has transformed from a twin-stick shooter to a hybrid game where gamers can choose to play from any perspective. Both games are built around cooperative play.

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Just gotta break off these icicles.

A New Dauntless Trailer Has Emerged From PAX East

A blurry figure seems to emerge from Boston's ever-present snow flurries.  It looks haggard, as though the bitter cold has breached the confines of its very soul.  It stumbles toward you, and its outline begins to give way to detail.  It raises its head, and in its face, you slowly recognize the features of your OWN FATH- wait.  Never mind, it's just a new trailer for Dauntless.

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After a Year and a Half of Early Access, Epsilon is Cancelled

Serellen has had a rough go at trying to revive the CQB (Close-Quarters Combat) tactical shooter genre. After announcing, kickstarting and releasing Takedown: Red Sabre in late 2013, it was met with a lot of disappointment. Then in late 2015 the team announced a new take on the genre, a game called Epsilon that was released on Steam Early access.

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