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Reckoning May Be Hitting PS4, But Xbox Owners Will Fear The Aftermath

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Reckoning coming to PS4 & PC September 3

The fourth and final DLC for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is day’s away and fellow Co-op gamers can look forward to the final chapter in the Exo Zombies story along with 4 new competitive multiplayer maps. The DLC will hit PS4 and PC gamers on September 3rd a full month after fans on Xbox One and Xbox 360 have experienced it. To most this date might not be all to important but if you are an avid COD player on the Xbox One it is worth noting that Reckoning will be the final DLC to get the 30-day exclusivity period on Xbox platforms. When Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 comes out this fall the roles will be reversed and PS4 owners will be the ones to get the DLC 30 days early.

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I spy with my big eye a beholder!

Behold! The Sword Coast Legends Launch Trailer and Screens

Sword Coast Legends saw a recent delay, but those that pre-ordered the upcoming D&D RPG will be able to obtain early access on the PC. Starting September 11th those who ordered via Steam and the Official website should be able to dig into the game with access to multiplayer content and a few of the built in tools with the single player access coming towards the end.  

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Luckily, Chester was able to guide him to the field using an open bag of Sour Patch Kids.

Shrimpers Forever Volume Twelve: In Which Jack Payne Gets Lost At The Emirates

Ryan Leonard glumly scanned the dressing room walls surrounding him.  Celta de Vigo's facilities were undoubtedly nicer than the converted boat repair shop that his former team used, but they lacked character.  Where were the mold-emblazoned ceiling tiles?  Where was the pile of discarded Wild Cherry Capri Suns that marked Jack's domain?  Where was the plaque dictating his friend Han Kook's Thirteen Standards For Polite Social Interaction?

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Stick that in your pipe and smoke it, Kirk.

Lovers In A Dangerous Spacetime Brings Romance To The Final Frontier This September

Space is such a stressful place.  When you're hurtling through the infinite void and encountering who-knows-what every half hour, odds are pretty good that things will eventually get dicey.  That's why you need a partner, someone to stick by your side no matter who you piss off or how many alien chainsaw guns you have to dodge.  Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime crystalizes this idea in game form, giving you and a galactic comrade the chance to guide your circular spacecraft through somehow increasingly dangerous situations.

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I can finally make use of that nine-way Best Friends Forever heart I bought at Six Flags.

Gather Your Posse, A Fistful Of Gun Hits September 24th

Of all the settings (both real and fictional) to justify the use of the terms "Bullet Hell" and "Shoot Em Up", I'd say the Wild West ranks pretty high.  Though A Fistful of Gun doesn't seem to map directly onto either of those genres, its combination of the two makes me wonder if there's even another contender for "Most Viable Setting".  Of course, these types of games have begun flooding the market as of late, so what makes AFoG so enticing?

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Nothing says "zombie apocalypse" like "dune buggy racing"

Feast Upon Gameplay of Dying Light "The Following" DLC; New Co-Op Demo Out

Dying Light is doubtless worth your attention if you're a fan of parkouring around ruined buildings and love zombies. Or maybe you hate zombies. Zombies are weird like that. Maybe you yearn only to crack them open wide with a police baton or, in the case of "The Following" DLC, a suped-up dune buggy. Two Techland Devs recently plopped down in front of a TV camera and recorded themselves watching some pals play the new Dying Light DLC, noting some of the new features added to the game.

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Go go go!

Serellan Announces Epsilon, Tactical Combat with Pre-Planning

If you ever played the original Rainbow Six titles (the PC ones from the 90s) - you know the best part about them was the planning phase. It was here you'd pick your team, equip them with gear, and then plan out a strategy that included routes, timing, and takedowns from a little top down tactical map. You could even run these plays without directly controlling your squad to see how well your plan would work. The recent indie game Door Kickers captured this feeling, but it missed the option to go in direct control.

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Heartbreak at the Loading Dock

Shrimpers Forever Volume Eleven: The Price of Povertyball

Chester McSlappy is a man at wits end. Whatever used to constitute a full head of strong, North Irish hair, has since withered into a morose frock of tufts. He's not balding-- not naturally, at least. Perhaps some eldritch force scorched his locks into translucent swaths. Or, perhaps the stress of the last few weeks have scoured almost every follicle from his once majestic mane. 

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Two top selling Steam indie titles gets up to 25% off

Co-Op Indie Deals: Rocket League Price Falls to $16, ARK: Survival Evolved to $23

Even though Rocket League has remained in the top 10 seller list on Steam since its July 7th debut, the price has been firmly in the list price range since release. Today it finally showed up for sale at third party retailer GMG, where you can take advantage of a site-wide 20% off coupon code and chop $4 off - the first significant discount on Rocket League from a authorized digital retailer. Accompanying it is ARK: Survival Evolved another indie title which has also strongly planted itself on the top charts.

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We speak with Jesse Attard about Immortal Empire and free-to-play models

Indie-Ana Co-Op and the Tactic Studios Interview

The free-to-play model of games has risen alongside the surge of mobile games and it often (at times, quite rightly) gets a bad name. However, not all free-to-play games are quite so onerous. In some cases, this model provides smaller developers an opportunity to get their title out the door and in the hands of gamers. Immortal Empire is one s...

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