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Red Orchestra 2 Free Tomorrow

If you’re logged into Steam tomorrow, make sure to navigate your way to the Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad store page to pick up a free copy (for keeps) of the celebrated World War II shooter. It’s yours to keep, as long as you pick it up tomorrow, and only tomorrow. For ...

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Grim Dawn Preview: Clone Saga

Grim Dawn Preview: Clone Saga

Starting an action RPG like Grim Dawn is always an exciting moment. I’m getting my PC prepped, ticking all the “very highs” and post-process boxes, and setting the game to borderless windowed mode (as I’m privy to do). Then the UI disappears. Entirely. That’s to be expected — this is an ...

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Battlefield 4: Naval Strike Review (PC)

Battlefield 4: Naval Strike Review (PC)

It must be hard to be an employee at DICE. Having to see your baby Battlefield 4 ushered out the door barely able to stand on its own two legs, much less support 64-player conflicts must have been the most heartbreaking thing they’ve ever had to do. After more than a ...

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Titanfall Review (PC)

Titanfall Review (PC)

When I signed on for this review, I realized I’d have to write a couple of paragraphs on how good Titanfall is instead of playing more Titanfall. Clearly, this was a mistake on my part. If you have yet to purchase Titanfall, enjoy competitive first-person shooters, and were looking for ...

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Titanfall: Community Loadout Corner – Week 1

Titanfall: Community Loadout Corner – Week 1

If you’re like one of many excited Xbox One or PC owners out there, you have Titanfall sitting on your hard drive, and you’re itching to give it a go. Just one problem: you’re getting thrashed around like a tiny Pilot in a Titan-sized blender. Here’s the solution: see what’s ...

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Battlefield 4: Unlock Naval Strike Gear Early

Battlefield 4: Unlock Naval Strike Gear Early

Today’s PC patch for Battlefield 4 saw the new weaponry for the upcoming expansion pack, Naval Strike, come to the game. While you can’t play on the new maps (or the returning Carrier Assault mode) just yet, you can complete the unlisted assignments to get some of the new weaponry a full week ...

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Outlast: Whistleblower DLC Revealed

Outlast: Whistleblower DLC Revealed

Perhaps you’ve played Outlast. Whether it was through your PC or PlayStation 4, Outlast provided intense scares from the menacing inmates of Mount Massive Asylum through the eyes of journalist Miles Upshur. Now, as Red Barrels Games has announced, this April, you’ll be able to explore the asylum through the eyes of ...

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Tales From the Borderlands Details at TellTale SXSW Panel

Tales From the Borderlands Details at TellTale SXSW Panel

1st details on ‘Tales from the Borderlands’ at @SXSW Panel on 3/8 w/ @telltalegames, @GearboxSoftware, & @IndoorKids It’s been a while since TellTale Games has mentioned Tales From the Borderlands, their next endeavor into telling the story of another franchise (as they’re known for). For the first time in three months, ...

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Hawken Review (PC)

Hawken Review (PC)

[Editor's Note: Hawken is a title still in open beta, but as the title has already opened up the option of paying microtransactions, we feel the game should be reviewed. The review will be updated as major changes occur in the title.] Personally, I get the feeling that Hawken has a bit ...

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Call of Duty: Ghosts Developer Teases Return of Captain Price

Call of Duty: Ghosts Developer Teases Return of Captain Price

Never underestimate the power of an exploitable image. After all, when it’s referencing A Song of Ice & Fire as well as everyone’s favorite Scottish CO from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, it’s got to be important. While it’s unlikely that this teaser refers to a new campaign story, Simon “Ghost” Riley ...

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