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It’s been a while since the F.E.A.R. series has popped up on anyone’s radar, but it looks like the fright-filled first-person shooter is ready to once again rise from the grave and haunt a brand new audience as a free-to-play online shooter. And, yes, the horror elements will remain intact. Boo!...See? Loads of horror.
It feels like I can't go two weeks these days without writing a story about Marvel Heroes receiving one update or another. And for those of you who have been playing the free-to-play, super-charged beat-em-up, you know that's far from a complaint. This latest Update 2.1 is called Siege, and it increases the content in the recently added Asgard level, as well as makes Ghost Rider a playable character.
Get ready to go questing through the holidays as Cryptic Studios and Perfect World Entertainment’s Neverwinter gears up to receive its second major update since launch, Shadowmantle, this time introducing the new Hunter Ranger character class and a new zone, the Dread Ring, for players to explore.
Young kids, teens and young adults are loving what Roblox has to offer in the community engagement and content creation arena. The online web portal has generated a significant amount of interest web users the world around, nabbing more than 13.4 billion pageviews in the first six months of 2013 and more than 339 million hours of site and gameplay user engagement.
If you're afraid of an always-on, digital-only gaming future, the new stats from Hi-Media Payments probably won't do much to sedate those fears. It looks like more than half the individuals who game online support microtransactions.
We reported on the growing number of Diablo III hackusations earlier and also offered some ways in which to safeguard yourself while playing online. But I think it's safe to say that this really does prove that Blizzard needs to consider an offline mode as soon as possible.
Reto-Moto released a new alpha log developer diary detailing how they've overhauled the look and feel of the game, including the way vehicles handle, weapon animations and reloading, as well as damage models and explosions.
Tripwire Interactive has announced that a brand new Christmas expansion pack will be arriving tomorrow, featuring brand new weapons, character packs, baddies and levels to exercise your FPS skills on.
Remember that indie browser-based co-op game called Guns of Icarus? Well, Muse Games is taking that concept a step further and doing things within the genre that few other companies are doing: making a steampunk, MMO airship co-op game.
GameForge released about two handfuls of screenshots featuring the Huntress, some mob combat and a few of the environments that players will travel throughout on their adventures.
A press release recently went out indicating that World Rotunda has successfully launched and represents a web portal for educational online gaming.
Lots of explosions, tons of gib and plenty of bullets and laser beams fill up the screen in the official launch trailer for the first-person shooter, Drug Wars.
Acony and K2 Networks recently announced that the closed-beta for Parabellum is starting and it appears they’ll need mercenaries to round out the experience…that means they want you to sign-up now.
Formerly known as Albatross 18, the casual online golfing game has been re-tooled and re-launched for North America under its new title, Pangya. Publisher and developer Ntreev USA has announced that the game has a new website and is currently in open beta.
Special early entrants will be accepted into the closed beta of Gaia Online’s zOMG! The online mmo will have 500 Golden Tickets available for applicants to participate in the beta before everyone and their casual relative floods the new zOMG!