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by Jason Love 0
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Blends twin-stick shooting with survival and RPG mechanics

New Top-Down Shooter Infinite Desolation Greenlit on Steam

Far-flung Games' first title, Infinite Desolation, got the Greenlight last week and thus is making its way towards a full release on Steam sometime in 2017. This twin-stick shooter promises "deep character progression, exploration and looting, crafting, day-night cycles, environmental hazards, classic survival mechanics and world-jumping portals."

by Cecilia Good 0
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My babushka is better than yours

Polycrusher - Twin-Stick Co-op Shooter on Steam Greenlight

Steam Greenlight gives players the ability to determine which games will be available for purchase.This system allows for indie titles like Polycrusher to show what they can do in order to get votes from the community. Once the game has enough votes, the game will be Greenlit and available for distribution once the developer has completed the game. Polycrusher is a twin-stick shooter that is currently up for vote.

by Cecilia Good 0
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A mind is a terrible thing to waste

Twin-Stick Shooter NeuroVoider Coming to PS4

It's time to crash a robot doomsday party with Flying Oak Games' new rogue-lite NeuroVoider. Play as one of four human brains left after the robots have annihilated humanity, and have up to three friends join you for cooperative carnage. It might be nice to have the emotional support after repeated death due to environmental hazards, massive bosses, and unrelenting hordes of evil robots.

by Jason Love 0
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Left 4 Dead meets arcade

Co-Op Arcade Shooter Cyborg Rage Kicks Off Beta This Weekend

There are some co-op concepts I can get behind. Like the horde/director mechanics behind games like Left 4 Dead and Warhammer 40k: End Times - Vermintide. Developer Ragiva Games is taking those concepts and applying them to their side-scrolling arcade shooter, Cyborg Rage. If you're interested in checking out what that looks like, then you'll get your chance this weekend.

by Taylor Killian 0
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Give your friends the perfect gift: a corridor filled with demons toting rocketlaunchers.

Create Your Own Shooter In Gunscape: The FPS Creation Kit

If you stumbled by the ID@Xbox booth in Microsoft's section of E3 this year, you might have gotten a pixelated eyeful of Gunscape. You might have thought it was Minecraft running on an Xbox One, or Doom, which had somehow been sucked through a time vortex into modern day. It might surprise you, then, that Gunscape is a terribly ambitious project spearheaded by those crazy theorists down at Blowfish Studios.

by Taylor Killian 0
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First Person Wise-Cracking

Blue Estate Out On PS4 Now

Every once in a while, a game will materialize into existence solely to remind you of a genre you thought had been dead for years. For example, Blue Estate, a rail-shooter, just released on the Playstation 4. That's right! A rail-shooter. I harbor no ill will against the genre, but discovering they are still being made is like finding out your neighbor just bought a new brontosaurus.

by John Bardinelli 0
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All the content of the first two games, plus some visual upgrades.

PixelJunk Shooter Ultimate Coming to PS4 and PS Vita

It's been a few years since the PixelJunk Shooter series has been in the headlines. A collaboration between Double Eleven and Q-Games promises to change that, however. The teams have just announced PixelJunk Shooter Ultimate, an enhanced repackaging of the first two games that's heading to PS4 and PS Vita via the PlayStation Network.

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