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Serious Sam was released in 2001, but just because 14 years have passed since its debut, that doesn't mean it's not still holding secrets.
Bizarrely enough, this year we've seen several popular AAA shooters being transformed into free-to-play options. Titanfall is the next on the list with EA having partnered with Nexon to create a special free-to-play version of the shooter to appeal to the Asian market.
We don't hear much about Reto-Moto's free-to-play World War II game, Heroes & Generals, but it's a real dozy and packs a serious punch in the content department thanks to having a lot of features and featuring ground, air and vehicular combat.
Red 5 Studios released a new trailer for their free-to-play MMO, Firefall. The new trailer is called the Chosen War and focuses on the fight between humans and a species fighting for planetary control. There are vehicles, jetpacks and plenty of headshots to go around.
Mastiff and developer Teyon have set in stone the release date for Heavy Fire: Shattered Spear, ensuring that gamers know that starting next Tuesday, the modern military shooter for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC will be released, bringing with it all the intense, fast-paced, on-rails action that gamers love in other titles that actually let you play, like Battlefield 3 and Call of Duty.
Hey, remember that Italian Renaissance-based competitive FPS from way back when? Probably not. There's a dozen or so FPS games that come out each year and it's hard to keep up with what's hot and what's not, but one game that disappeared from the media circles was Renaissance Heroes, and now it's back in the spotlight because the open beta phase is about to begin.
The post-apocalyptic, first-person shooter, Ravaged, is free right now. There's the brunt of it right there. It's free. So play it. If you need a few more reasons to jump in, just think Mad Max-style vehicular combat with Battlefield-sized multiplayer arenas set within a destroyed, post-apocalyptic America. Still need more reasons to jump in? I didn't think so.
If you’re looking to add a little action movie flair to your standard military first-person shooter diet, then you might want to jump in the open beta for free-to-play online shooter, Absolute Force. Developer NetDragon have announced that, now that the beta has gone live, a number of updates and a brand new map are coming quickly down the pipeline.
The free-to-play shooter from U4iA Games, Offensive Combat, has made its way onto Facebook. The title brings over-the-top action and in-your-face comedy to the social networking service, enabling gamers to hop into the title and enjoy some Offensive Combat without needing a big rig or requiring a hefty installation.
Webzen has announced that they have new content available for their first-person, free-to-play shooter, Arctic Combat. The update includes a new map, a brand new weapon, a new skill and brand new weapon customization options. The good news is that the update has gone live today in celebration of the new year, so there's no wait time on getting into the new content.
In today's networked infrastructure of employment and work methods it means that things can get done easily and efficiently without everyone having to be located out of a single office like in the old days. Interceptor Entertainment gives the gaming community at large a look at how their virtual team operates in the newest developer diary.
A new video log has been released for the upcoming – and currently in-beta FPS-strategy game – Heroes & Generals. The developer diary covers the restructure for infantry squads and the way that they level up, as well as the new and improved skirmish modes, maps and vehicles implemented into the latest build of the game.
Webzen has already let loose plenty of beta promo codes for Arctic Combat and now it's time to prep for the actual release of the game in just two days via Webzen's own game portal and on Valve's highly popular digital distribution service, Steam.
There's a new trailer from Sony Online Entertaniment and the basic premise of the trailer is to ask gamers a very simple, very straightforward, very basic question: Can your FPS do what Planetside 2 does? I'm going to go ahead be a buzzkill and lay out a big, emphatic, brotastic “No”.
If you've been craving for a real first-person, massive multiplayer online shooter with real-time epic battles, countless vehicles, players and artillery on-screen doing what they do best, look no further than Sony Online Entertainment's Planetside 2. The game has officially launched today and all of you eager shooter fans out there looking for a legitimate MMOFPS can join in on the action.