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The "Minecraft" meets "Doom" of FPS

Gunscape Coming to PlayStation 4 and Wii U

Last year we heard about a game with an interesting take on the whole FPS genre. Gunscape combines world-building and FPS elements to create a game that allows players to build their own levels, and then play them with (or against) friends. Originally slated for a PC and Xbox One release, the title will be arriving on PlayStation 4 and Wii U early next year.

by Enoch Starnes 0
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Shrimpers Squad 2.0: Now with 25% more skill!

Shrimpers Forever Volume Eight: Look Out, It's Season Two!

Welcome, one and all, to a tale as old as a couple months ago.  We revisit our heroes only weeks after their promotion from League 2 and the celebrations that ensued.  Many of the cast has moved on to greener pastures (the free agency market) to accomplish wondrous things (desperately hope for a contract offer), but the few that remain, those loyal few, they will be the catalysts that spur us on to greater glories.

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Probably a party you're ok not being invited to

Zombie Party Arrives on Steam Early Access

We're so used to zombies just being these big downers; always coming after us for our brains and just generally being not sociable. But what if they threw a party and invited? That would be pretty cool right? Ok, so Zombie Party isn't really about zombies throwing a party, but it's got some kind of crazy rainbow shooting gun so it's got that going for it.... which is nice.

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And other updates, but yay for co-op!

Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds Overdrive Lands on PS4 with Online Co-Op

Hey, you're in the mood for an anime-inspired co-op brawler, aren't you? One of the best in the business just made its way to PS4, and it's ready to assault your face with combo-centric combat and enemies that just won't quit. Say hello to Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds Overdrive, an updated version of Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds just for PS4.

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Be our guest! Be our guest! Put our shadows to the test!

Warlocks vs Shadows Is Getting A Musical Guest

The music and video games industries certainly aren't strangers to one another.  Be it through Fez and Disasterpeace, Red Dead Redemption and Jose Gonzalez, or Destiny and the least conspiracized Beatle, the two have found many ways to intertwine over the years.  Continuing this tradition is Warlocks vs Shadows, a four player co-op game whose latest update will throw Venezuelan DJ Zardonic into the mix.

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Being an action movie hero is all about style.

You Can Die Hard in Killing, My Friend

Action movies have it all: action, um, more... action. Ok, but that action part, they've got down pat, and that's why we love 'em. The bad guys that can't aim, the protagonist jumping around like a monkey, the impossible crashes, explosions, and so on. Good stuff. Now, imagine if the stunts and "realism" of 80s and 90s action films was stuffed into a video game. Welcome to Killing, My Friend.

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Four player co-op, teleportation, possibly other rogue things.

Roving Rogue Wanders onto Wii U

Have you ever wondered what happens after you beat the final boss? After the credits roll and everybody lives happily ever after? You're about to find out. Roving Rogue from PadaOne Games begins where most stories end. You play as Kurt, a short rogue who can teleport short distances, and it's your job to find the beginning. With some friends, of course.

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The irony is that we're taking time to explain everything.

No Time to Explain Remastered Hits Xbox One, Steam Next Friday

The little studio that could, tinyBuild, ran successful Kickstarter and Greenlight campaigns a little while back, giving them the kick in the pants they needed to create No Time to Explain. Things went well, and now the team is back with a rebuilt, re-awesomed release with more guns, cake, sharks, alien crabs, and stuff from the future!

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Not that anyone truly can, but it's worth a shot.

Fend Off The Darkness In Warlocks vs Shadows' New Horde Mode

It's not often that one gets to witness the eternal encroachment of darkness first-hand, to see its inky tendrils consuming all that you know and love while you stand helplessly by.  Not the way you can in Warlocks vs Shadows' new horde mode, at least.  The light, in fairness, stands its ground for as long one can hope for.  It's a doomed effort, though.  It always was and always will be.  The darkness grows ever closer, dearest readers, I can feel it caressing my fingers at night.

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