The Hong Kong Massacre can best be described as Hotline Miami meets a John Woo flick. The game takes great care and measure in its depiction of bullet effects, explosions and blood splatter.
The new Halo: Spartan Assault game has officially been announced by Microsoft for Windows 8 and Windows 8 Phones. The game is a top-down, isometric shooter where players will assume the role of a Spartan and blast through opposition with a plethora of weapons made famous in previous Halo titles.
Rising Star Games announced that they will porting over Bohemia Interactive's Carrier Command. The game will be made available in North America for the Xbox 360 and PC sometime during the late third quarter of 2012.
Yingpei Games, also known as Epic Games China (although they're not actually a subsidiary of Epic Games), announced today that new media assets have become available for the PC exclusive, Mercenary Ops, which is due out this summer.
Are you yearning for the Golden Age of gaming to return? Well, it won't and it never will. However, there are some indie devs out there who are keen on trying to rekindle the fun that the Golden Era of gaming brought us and one of those games happen to be Deadly 30.
The Domaginarium released a new gameplay for version 2.0 of their isometric, 3D arcade-shooter, Steroids. The game -- unlike the testosterone enhancing drug -- is all about shooting things until they die and the trailer does a pretty good job of drilling that point home.
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.
Sega and Avalanche Studios' newest IP, Renegade Ops, is currently available for both Xbox 360 and PS3 gamers on each of the systemís respective digital service. Gamers can grab a copy of the destructive new 3D, arcade-style shooter for only $14.99 on the PlayStation Network or 1200 MS Points for the Xbox Live Arcade.
Demiurge Studios sent out word today that a new shooter for digital download is headed to the Xbox 360 and PS3 sometime in 2011.
Tropico 4 and Lucius are announced and KillZone 3 gets an update on beta sign-ups. New trailers for Deus Ex and Enslaved are also available in this week's recap.
A visionary new shooter from Ubisoft is in the works for the Xbox 360 and PS3 and is being designed to be compatible with Xbox Kinect.
Viva Media announced that the official release date for S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Call of Pripyat for North America falls on February 2nd. Yeah, so all the waiting and brooding and the nail-biting can finally come to an end.
EXOR Studios released a new gameplay trailer of their upcoming zombie arcade title, Zombie Driver. It features various vehicles laying waste to hordes of zombies, filling the streets with splattered zombie brains.
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.
Whenever the three letters form the abbreviation for massive-multiplayer online, people are automatically under the assumption that itís another Korean 3D, mythological RPG game. This time, however, things are a bit different as the game happens to be a vertical scrolling shooter.