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GF Podcast 47: Assassin’s Creed Woes, Dragon Age: Inquisition


It’s been a hectic week here in Video Game Land, with reviews, messy launches — oh, and BlizzCon. The release…

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel Review: To the Moon!


Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel changes very little from franchise’s previous installments, and that’s a great design decision. When rumors surfaced that…

Titanfall Review: Fun That Falls Short of the Hype


There’s often a singular joy in some of Titanfall’s best moments. Leaping into the air as a Pilot, skimming a…

Arma 3 Campaign Episode ‘Survive’ Review – You’re In The Army Now


It was mid-September back when we first took a look at Bohemia Interactive’s rather skeletal military sim-sandbox Arma 3. While…

Eldritch Procedurally Generates a Lovecraftian Hell

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A first-person shooter with roguelike elements set in a Lovecraftian universe. Enjoy.

Shadow Warrior Review: Wang-Tastic


Chopping dudes clean in half with a katana and bathing the scenery with absurd fountains of blood spray is wicked…

Rekoil Hands-On Preview: A Simple, Pure FPS with Mod Support


Will Rekoil’s focus on community and balanced gunplay be enough to make it stand out?

CoD: Ghosts Pre-Order Map “Free Fall” Gets A Video

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When I was at E3 earlier this year I saw a number of impressive reveals for upcoming games, but one…

‘DOOM: Scarkydarkfast’ — The Rise of the FPS

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We take a look at the book “DOOM: Scarydarkfast,” an analysis of the classic FPS’ impact on the genre and video games in general.

Payday 2 Review: Everybody Be Cool, This is a Robbery!


“Nooo!” is the PG-version of the exclamation I’ve used countless times in Payday 2. The crime caper shooter is teeming…

Interstellar Marines: Is the Shooter That Won’t Die Worth It?


After a decade of dropped funding and development debacles, Interstellar Marines is available on Steam Early Access. Should you dish out for this struggling shooter?

Guncraft Preview: Minecraft-Like Building Leads to Destruction

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We get hands-on with Guncraft, which uses building of structures a la Minecraft to facilitate some fast-paced first-person shooter action.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Review: Innovation vs. Expectation

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Treyarch adds a lot of innovation to Call of Duty, while maintaining the core formula. Some works, some doesn’t.

Natural Selection 2 Review: Beautiful, Startling Complexity

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Natural Selection 2 promises a lot, and delivers on everything, bringing a marvelously deep multiplayer experience.

Ravaged Review: An Empty Apocalyptic Wasteland

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The price is right for Ravaged, but there’s a lot of good stuff that is tough to play because the servers are mostly empty.

Love Impressions — A Game That Rewards Dedication

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Love is huge, beautiful, and not much like anything else out there. Just be ready to do some reading before playing.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Review


Is CS: GO just CS: HD? Does it matter?

Minecraft-like FPS Brick-Force Bringing New Content This Summer

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Two new game modes that are going to mix things up significantly are coming to free-to-play Brick-Force.

Sanctum Gets a Free Weekend on Steam, 75% Discount

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Check out this co-op PC tower defense slash first-person shooter this weekend.

Tribes: Ascend Review


Hi-Rez brings the classic shooter back in all its glory.

Far Cry 3 Preview: Carnage in Capri Pants

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Hands-on with Ubisoft’s tropical FPS.

Payday: The Heist Review


“Ever fired your gun up in the air and gone ‘Aaaagh’?” You can now.

RAGE Review (PS3)

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Beautiful and with plenty of ability to kick ass, RAGE is a pretty fun experience, but not quite groundbreaking or spectacular.

Nuclear Dawn – Circle of Life Tutorial


Yes, the cirrrrrcle of liiiiife. Involves explosions.

E.Y.E.: Divine Cybermancy Review

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Huge, ambitious and confusing, E.Y.E. is the kind of indie title that could only be possible on PC.

Hands-On With Project Blackout: Dino Mode

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We traveled to farthest Irvine, California for a sweet hands-on with Project Blackout’s new Dino Mode. Hell. Yes.

Sanctum Review

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Mixing the tower defense and FPS genres is a great idea — if only there was more game here to play.

F.E.A.R. 3 Review

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Day 1 Studios finds most everything great about the modern first-person shooter and improves on it a little bit. The result is lots of great single-player, cooperative and multiplayer action.

Brink Review


Splash Damage’s new shooter takes you to the Ark. Will you enjoy the journey?

Section 8: Prejudice Review


TimeGate Studios delivers an awesome multiplayer shooter for $15.

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