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Practice in Offline Mode to dish out the pain later online!

Third Evolve Monster Revealed, Xbox One Open Beta Dates Set

Remember that small glimpse we got of the two new Evolve Monsters that were yet to be revealed via trailer footage? Well, we now have some insight on one of them, officially confirmed as the Wraith, along with additional information on the upcoming Open Beta and Offline Mode! As the third playable Monster that will be offered in Evolve, this...

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Epic beards on ferocious, rotting warriors. Be afraid.

Zombie Vikings Coming to PS4 and Steam Summer 2015

The warrior spirit of a Viking is hard to quell, even after death. In a upcoming 2D co-op title, Zombie Vikings, we'll see just how unnaturally fierce their zombies can be! Developer Zoink will be releasing their co-op brawler game around July 2015 for both PS4 and Steam (no word on Xbox One at this time). So far, the game will follow the st...

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Exo Zombies Are Storming Into Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare

Sledgehammer Games' critically acclaimed installment into the annual FPS franchise, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, contained a whole slew of improvements upon its predecessors.  From the Kevin Spacey-led campaign to multiplayer's added verticality, it was largely regarded as the best entry in recent memory.  Although Advanced Warfare retained most of the modes one would expect from the series, it was missing a core feature when it hit shelves one month ago, that being the wave-based "Zombies" mode.  Thankfully, Sledgehammer has finally decided to lift the curtain off of their take on the 4 player co-op mode.  

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It's more than a safari hat and killer beard.

See What Makes A Hunter In Evolve's Dev Diaries

Nobody does big game hunting quite like Evolve. Well, maybe Cabella, but let's not open up old wounds. Some might even suggest a fire breathing, human devouring monstrosity to be the "biggest game," considering it could make lunch out of a Panzer. While any fool decked out in camo and goat urine might be able to call themselves a hunter, it takes a special kind of crazy person to take on the Goliath.

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Just so long as it's some sort of variant on "really big creature".

Help Turtle Rock Name The Fourth Evolve Monster!

I knew this day would come!  Turtle Rock Studios, developers of Evolve, have finally seen the light and selected me, me, as the one to lend his creative juices to the development of the latest monster they're cooking up.  I've finally hit the big time, suckers!  No more typing away at the computer.  From here on out, it's flashing bulbs, fancy soirees, and seedy after-parties!

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Matchmaking issues persist

343 Issues Formal Apology for Halo: The Master Chief Collection Issues

While we found Halo: The Master Chief Collection to be an amazing value and a nearly perfect cooperative experience, the same joy we got from playing it could not be said for everyone. If your focus for the game is on Halo's competitive multiplayer you've been stuck in a matchmaking limbo since the game launched two weeks ago and dealing with constant frustration as you wait for the game to give you a match to play. Those issues still persist today and 343 Industries' Bonnie Ross has decided to formally apologize for not getting things fixed yet.

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